AMD, Business, Companies, Graphics

ATI vs. Nvidia: Payback is a beach

Following newly introduced Saturday Light Special, I’ve received an e-mail from anonymous source (yes, I know who you are 😉 ), linking to a YouTube video which portrays the fall of a cute little dinosaur named “G4saurus Defectus”. Pun is definitely intended, and personally, the world would be a better place if the author didn’t mention some of the things which ATI copied badly (anyone remembers the historical SNAFU patchwork called Crossfire pass-through cable… ah, right. Never existed), but the video is a laugh. Over the past several years, it looks like we haven’t seen anything but bashing of the red team, and now the

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Apple, Companies

Saturday Light Special: An Unlikely iPhone Review

Welcome to the first edition of Saturday Light Special. The goal of this weekly articles will be to provide you with a bit of fun for the weekend. In future, Sundays will continue to feature weekly recap and announcements for the week ahead. For now, I bring you this golden piece from EatLiver.com:

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3D, Hardware

RED announces 3D and 261 MPixel cameras, revolutionizes cinema production forever

Two days ago, I published a small piece about the announcement that RED will make on Thursday. Well, as it turns out, the announcement was bigger than anyone could have imagined, and without any doubt, this announcement was the biggest in history of digital cinema. What happened? For starters, Jim Jannard, founder of Oakley (and more importantly, RED) stated that all previous announcements were invalid, and that the company managed to create something “beyond the wildest dreams”. “Obsolescence Obsolete” is the new keyword for RED, since the company launched two bodies that aren’t going to become obsolete even 10 or 20 years in future. All

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