Re: What's Not Mentioned .....
I noticed there was no mention of the possibility this was an intentional act to boost product benchmark scores, compared to Intel's rival(s), by purposely avoiding a known processing bottleneck. .... red03golfWill the future cost and markets hit on Intel eclipse the $30 billion charge on VW for their dieselgate affair, for is not the game the same albeit it being played in another arena/industry/market?
amanfromMars 1 Thu 4 Jan 10:40  ..... laments, commenting on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2018/01/04/intels_spin_the_registers_annotations/
Re: Daily Telegraph hackette on the BBC World Service this morning @Archtech
Anybody at all "on the BBC" is likely to display utter ignorance, otherwise they wouldn't be working for the BBC or invited to speak.If, by some freak of chance, someone who does know what he is talking about gets on air, you can trust the BBC drones to cut them off before they get fairly started. .... Archtech
How very odd that some who be down voters here do not realise the perilous state of parlous play which occupies and governs the BBC.
Just try to find anywhere on their virtual systems where you can voice an opinion on what they are pushing ....... you know, something as simple and effective as a comments facility which as El Regers will know provides hidden gems of information which prevent crass arrogant and ignorant brainwashing of the masses for a crooked see on worlds their programs would be presenting.
Anybody here old enough to remember the BBC good old days/better beta times whenever fab forums were aplenty and The Great Debate ruled the news airwaves and discovered all manner of shenanigans and offered virtually anonymous remedies for next day/next week presentations ....... which is probably why the BBC www platform is now practically neutered ...... for one can't have anonymous beings leading the news with their undeniable views whenever corporations are so reliant upon secrets being hidden and tall tales being trailed?
amanfromMars 1 Thu 4 Jan 11:38  ...... replying to nkuk on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2018/01/04/intels_spin_the_registers_annotations/
Re: BBC's Not Fit for Future Greater IntelAIgent Games Purpose
The lament is still valid, nkuk, for service provided today is but a sad shadow of its phormer self, and let's not get started on the non state of political comment during the fact.
Anyone would think there was an active conspiracy to mislead and/or hide the real state of affairs from that and those who would tuning in to turn on.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 4 Jan 09:21  ..... doing a ponder with a wonder on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/01/04/intel_amd_arm_cpu_vulnerability/
Re: Intel CEO avoiding a personal hit. A dream scenario at best whenever regulators are bought.
And just before Christmas, who sold most of their stock in Intel? Intel's CEO.Just a coincidence, A Non e-mouse ........ not.
www.fool.com/investing/2017/12/19/intels-ceo-just-sold-a-lot-of-stock.aspx .... A Non e-mouse
amanfromMars 1 Thu 4 Jan 17:34  .... setting alight a long burning fuse on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/01/04/our_ai_overlords_will_not_magically_arise_from_deep_learning_says_expert/
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