Intel Corp. may very well bundle its Atom CPU and graphics chipset to netbook PC makers for a lower price than Atom alone, as rival Nvidia Inc. CEO Jen-Hsun Huang charged last week. Jon Peddie argues that the assumptions may actually be backwards. “If Atom can be sold for, say $20, and Intel can make a profit, and if it can sell the chipset for $5 and make a profit so the combination is $25, then selling the processor (Atom) alone for $45 is simply raising the price,” said Peddie. “There is no law against raising your prices unless you are a government-regulated monopoly.”
The new site has a whole page dedicated to Vulkan tools and support, giving developers access to SDKs, profilers, debuggers, libraries, language bindings, game engines, and frameworks
Esports and other virtual events have a loyal fan base, just as live events like the NBA or NFL have. To bring the excitement levels up a notch or two for fans and audiences within live events, sports, or esports broadcasts, producers are increasingly turning to real-time options to enhance their graphics and image content.