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Metal has nothing to do with OpenCL. It is a low level alternative to OpenGL to reduce the overhead, just like Mantle.The same advantages in Mantle and Metal are being rolled into OpenGL NG (OpenGL 5).Games are heavily congestive on the CPU, not the GPGPU. The reduction in overhead calls improves the performance and reduces tearing, all on the CPU.
Horrible story and fantasy on prediction. Project Zen by AMD arrives at the precise exact time with performance of an SoC APU that would dwarf these chips, at half the cost of Intel.
Apple just rolled in support for WebGL 2 context creation into WebKit2.
http://www.patentlyapple.com/patently-apple/2015/01/apple-granted-a-patent-for-a-superior-gopro-like-camera-system.html Just read the article.
Sure thing genius. Ask Boeing if it thinks it can even exist without the Engineering Union at Boeing. Just circle jerk on Serfdom as a feature in the political threads.
Are the owners of this web site a bunch of Libertarian/FOX Neus hacks? Who give's a rat's behind whether they want to unionize. Grow a sack and talk tech.
Think the medical industry:http://www.eizoglobal.com/products/radiforce/
It's a matter of consumer available 10-bit RGBA per channel monitors becoming more common. HP and others will help this happen in 2015.Before it was reserved for monitors starting at $2k-$3k from Eizo and others. A monitor less expensive than the TB Display and you can bet Apple will make the support, system-wide as part of an update.10-bit LED has taken forever to arrive at consumer price levels.
How do you not list the new HP series at 5K and 10-bit per channel? http://www8.hp.com/us/en/campaigns/workstations/ultrazdisplays.html The 4K 27" Z27s for $750 to the 5K for $1399?
Speaking of apps...
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