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Intel AMD announced its new high-end desktop (HEDT) platform, the 16-core 32-thread Threadripper a couple of weeks ago. At Computex in Taipei, it's Intel's turn to update its HEDT platform, and it's one-upping AMD in the process. The Intel platform, consisting of the new X299 chipset and new X-series processors, will go all the way up to 18 cores and 36 threads. The HEDT segment is aimed at gamers, video streamers, and content creators with deep pockets or an insatiable desire for more concurrent threads than the mainstream processor segment has to offer. The value proposition for this segment is always a little skewed, with the chips being as much prestige parts as anything else. Straightforward gaming workloads may struggle to make full use of the chips' resources, but serious Twitch streamers, for example, can make good use of the extra cores. Software developers are another group that can make good use of all those cores. Read 14 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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Intel AMD announced its new high-end desktop (HEDT) platform, the 16 core 32 thread ThreadRipper a couple of weeks ago. At Computex in Taipei, it's Intel's turn to update its HEDT platform, and it's one-upping AMD in the process. The Intel platform, consisting of the new X299 chipset and new X-series processors, will go all the way up to 18 cores and 36 threads. The HEDT segment is aimed at gamers, video streamers, and content creators with deep pockets or an insatiable desire for more concurrent threads than the mainstream processor segment has to offer. The value proposition for this segment is always a little skewed, with the chips being as much prestige parts as anything else. Straightforward gaming workloads may struggled to make full use of the chips' resources, but serious Twitch streamers, for example, can make good use of the extra cores. Software developers are another group that can make good use of all those cores. Read 12 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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Intel AMD announced its new high-end desktop (HEDT) platform, the 16 core 32 thread ThreadRipper a couple of weeks ago. At Computex in Taipei, it's Intel's turn to update its HEDT platform, and it's one-upping AMD in the process. The Intel platform, consisting of the new X299 chipset and new X-series processors, will go all the way up to 18 cores and 36 threads. The HEDT segment is aimed at gamers, video streamers, and content creators with deep pockets or an insatiable desire for more concurrent threads than the mainstream processor segment has to offer. The value proposition for this segment is always a little skewed, with the chips being as much prestige parts as anything else. Straightforward gaming workloads may struggled to make full use of the chips' resources, but serious Twitch streamers, for example, can make good use of the extra cores. Software developers are another group that can make good use of all those cores. Read 12 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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Nvidia has promised a new generation of gaming laptops that will be three times thinner and three times faster than currant laptops thanks to its new Max-Q technology. Unveiled at Computex 2017 , Max-Q takes its name from the idea that Nvidia is pushing maximum efficiency, as well as maximum performance. Nvidia claimed it has applied a similar precision-engineered design philosophy to the one used by NASA, to create technology that will allow device manufacturers to build incredibly thin and powerful gaming laptops. This means that the days of lugging around bulky and heavy gaming laptops could be at an end, with Nvidia stating that the Max-Q platform could lead to gaming laptops that are as thin as 18mm around the same thickness as a MacBook Air . Not only that, but these laptops should be up to 70% more powerful than currant gaming laptops, signifying a generational leap.
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Similarly, Suman Howladar, Founder, Foiwe Info Global Solutions, says that employees are not pushed to screen violent content from the word go but are put through a two-week training process, sensitising them about the scope of work. "We give gruesome content to only certain people in the organisation and in case they have issues, our HR helps puts them in less sensitive projects," says Howladar. AMBIGUOUS STANDARDS Another challenge that content moderators grapple with on a regular basis is the ambiguous standards that vary from country to country. "The concept of racism and nudity varies from client to client and even countries. What may sound abusive to Indians may not be true to Europeans," says Rao. For instance, clients from India are skittish about any form of nudity while a dating platform in the US is okay with partial nudity, where a user covers his or her private parts with hands.
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Malware and Android are quite synonymous for a variety of reasons. Given the versatility and openness of the Android platform, malicious apps can easily make their way into the Play Store. However, things are slightly different now with the introduction of Google Bouncer which screens every app for malware. However, some developers are clever enough to bypass this altogether and still have malicious apps on the Play Store. Earlier today, we discovered a new Android-based malware called Judy. The name stems from the app, Chef Judy. The app comes from Korean developer Kiniwini under ENISTUDIO Corp. The vulnerability was spotted by research and security firm Check Point. The developer apparently has a total of 41 apps on the Play Store that come with this malware. These apps have reportedly spread malware to nearly 36.
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Nvidia has promised a new generation of gaming laptops that will be three times thinner and three times faster than currant laptops thanks to its new Max-Q technology. Unveiled at Computex 2017 , Max-Q takes its name from the idea that Nvidia is pushing maximum efficiency, as well as maximum performance. Nvidia claimed it has applied a similar precision-engineered design philosophy to the one used by NASA, to create technology that will allow device manufacturers to build incredibly thin and powerful gaming laptops. This means that the days of lugging around bulky and heavy gaming laptops could be at an end, with Nvidia stating that the Max-Q platform could lead to gaming laptops that are as thin as 18mm around the same thickness as a MacBook Air . Not only that, but these laptops should be up to 70% more powerful than currant gaming laptops, signifying a generational leap.
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Similarly, Suman Howladar, Founder, Foiwe Info Global Solutions, says that employees are not pushed to screen violent content from the word go but are put through a two-week training process, sensitising them about the scope of work. "We give gruesome content to only certain people in the organisation and in case they have issues, our HR helps puts them in less sensitive projects," says Howladar. AMBIGUOUS STANDARDS Another challenge that content moderators grapple with on a regular basis is the ambiguous standards that vary from country to country. "The concept of racism and nudity varies from client to client and even countries. What may sound abusive to Indians may not be true to Europeans," says Rao. For instance, clients from India are skittish about any form of nudity while a dating platform in the US is okay with partial nudity, where a user covers his or her private parts with hands.
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frontier.com ). Another area where you might save more by hiring a third-party service, is with tech support. If you outsource the work, then you do not have to pay for computers and repair gear for one or more technicians along with the wages and benefits you must pay when you have technicians on your staff. Business owners do not need to spend too much money on technology to make money. You can easily save hundreds of dollars per piece of equipment by using a combination of these ideas in your new technology acquisition strategy. Eileen O'Shanassy is a freelance writer and blogger based out of Flagstaff, AZ. She writes on a variety of topics and loves to research and write. She enjoys baking, biking, and kayaking. Check out her Twitter @eileenoshanassy. Check out ways to sell Iphone 6 models and get your business a better mobile platform here. The post How Your Company Can Save Money on Technology appeared first on SiteProNews .
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5. Choosing the Wrong Distribution Platform(s) Once you’ve created your eBook, you’ll need to market it. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong distribution platform can put a big damper on the success of this effort. While you could sell the eBook on your own website, you should also consider distributing it on your social media platforms, including FaceBook, Instagram, and Twitter. As always, take the time and energy to determine which of your distribution platforms will be most lucrative for your brand. After you launch the book, dont be afraid to adjust your distribution strategy according to which platforms are performing, or not. 6. Not Sticking to a Marketing Plan Marketing an eBook requires a carefully constructed plan. Throw it to the wind, and you’ll watch your success fade as a result. If you’re like most marketers, you didnt write an eBook just because you were lacking something to do.
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LONDON: Seamers Kagiso Rabada and Wayne Parnell wreaked early havoc to set the platform for an easy South African victory in the third and final one-day International against England at Lords’ on Monday. South Africa won by seven wickets but lost the series after defeat in the first two games as both countries prepared for the start of the Champions Trophy this week. Rabada and Parnell decimated the English top order in the opening five overs and rendered the contest effectively over with England teetering at 20 for six. It was the first time six wickets had been taken inside the opening five overs of an ODI. England, who rested Ben Stokes and made four other changes after Saturday’s narrow victory in Southampton, were eventually dismissed for 153 after 31 overs to which the South Africans replied with 156 for three. Hashim Amla scored 55 before being bowled by debutant Toby Roland-Jones and Quinton de Kock (34) fell in the next over to Jake Ball.
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Neill Blomkamp may not be making his proposed Aliens sequel as we'd all hoped, but if this first trailer for the District 9 director's upcoming short film project is anything to go by, certain elements from that film will surely end up in front of our eyes. Dubbed Oat Studios Volume 1, the project aims to distribute an experimental series of short science fiction films to fans via online streaming and is currently eyeing different distribution methods. According to comments made by Blomkamp on his Twitter account , the director has been toying with the idea of distributing the shorts via Steam, though has since stated that volume 1 "could be entirely free," with YouTube used as a platform. Steamin' and streamin' When asked about his plans for making money on the venture, Blomkamp tweeted that fans could "hopefully pay for volume 2" or perhaps "go to theatres to see [a] feature adapted from one of the shorter films.
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Similarly, Suman Howladar, Founder, Foiwe Info Global Solutions, says that employees are not pushed to screen violent content from the word go but are put through a two-week training process, sensitising them about the scope of work. "We give gruesome content to only certain people in the organisation and in case they have issues, our HR helps puts them in less sensitive projects," says Howladar. AMBIGUOUS STANDARDS Another challenge that content moderators grapple with on a regular basis is the ambiguous standards that vary from country to country. "The concept of racism and nudity varies from client to client and even countries. What may sound abusive to Indians may not be true to Europeans," says Rao. For instance, clients from India are skittish about any form of nudity while a dating platform in the US is okay with partial nudity, where a user covers his or her private parts with hands.