Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Monday, October 22, 2007
Thursday, October 18, 2007
NYTimes - Canada’s Policy on Immigrants Brings Backlog|
With an advanced degree in business management from a university in India and impeccable English, Salman Kureishy is precisely the type of foreigner that Canada’s merit-based immigration system was designed to attract.
Friday, October 12, 2007
TheInquirer.net: G92 and RV670 are GPGPU monsters|
Oooh. double-precision floating pt in the GPU. Droool.
We learned that G92 and RV670 are sporting dual-precision units (128, 112 or 96 to be available in G92, RV670 will have 320 units), albeit it is unknown what type of Binary Floating-Point formats are these units supporting.
TheInquirer.net: Speeding up Flash... in a flash|
Faster is usually better...
During one of those obscure hidden tech sessions at the recent IDF, Intel showed something that caught my eye: ONFI. What the hell is that? By the name alone, one would think of Paris Hilton's next puppy...
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
NYTimes - The Everyman Who Exposed Tainted Toothpaste|
The NY Times interviews the man who overcame the Panamanian government bureaucracy to report the diethylene glycol ingredient in some toothpaste.