I don't blame Huawei for trying to pump up their future sales. I'm sure many other manufacturers have used fake shots to advertise.
However, I'm grateful that smart people have the ability to prove the ads are faked and take the time to inform the rest of us.
If you carefully read the guys article, you may come to the same conclusion I did: He just made up a bunch of shit to explain why he streams and doesn't buy physical media. Samsung was a convenient headline to get you to click on it.
According to the study, "Nearly 48 percent of people mooching Netflix said they got the login from their parents, while another 14 percent took their credentials from a sibling."
I'd say that's family sharing, not piracy.
Let me get this straight: Nvidia is using a supercomputer to create maps/models to improve DLSS on a per game basis?
That means the "AI" portion of the deep learning crap is all offline and not a part of RTX technology (in case you thought RTX was the AI cat's meow).
Are game publishers...
I'm not sad. Who needs another site with high prices and a "loyalty" system that gives minor discounts if you buy their overpriced hardware?
Now if they had made their own launcher - I'd be bitching like crazy at the shutdown. Love me another launcher.
Thank god I got a BDP-203 before stock was gone!
Streaming video quality completely blows compared to physical disks.
However, I'm old so watching movies on my phone seems to me like pissing in the wind. Sure you get the job done but it really is a sucky experience.
Let me explain it to you and the other professional commenters.
The whole point of the article is about clients not getting fucked up by some douchbag trying to kill/kidnap them. It's not about "data privacy". The World Protection Group doesn't give a shit about someone hacking their clients'...
No need to speculate, let me see if I can break it down for you. The article said it was a DDOS attack and even explained what that means. It also said it was targeted specifically at WOW servers. It even mentioned that Blizzard Entertainment was based in Irvine, CA (an american company) which...