You should analyze the patches before advancing such nonsense. Microsoft patches only apply their own driver, without affecting the rest. In fact they are so gifted that they have had so many patches to get to do something right, what has amused some in the LKML..
This notation odd / even was abandoned there already for quite some time
Google acquires PittPatt: facial recognition into your videos. Google has many products based on photo and video: Google’s YouTube has pictures through Picasa, Google Goggles, or +.
It will perhaps soon they add very powerful capabilities for recognizing objects and faces PittPatt.
With the acquisition of PittPatt, Larry Page, co-founder of Internet firm that took control, seems to have an idea to exploit this technology. Without hurting the users?
In June, rival Facebook had opted for the generalization of face recognition technology, despite several admonitions from the European institutions for the protection of privacy as the CNIL.
The second quarter of 2011, sales of its mobile platform have cheap Atom decrease of 15% (352 million).
So Paul Otellini thinks the next generation: the arrival of the processors 22 nanometers (nm) expected by the end of the year. Intel is betting heavily on the synergies to be realized with the new architecture Tri-Gate transistor 3D supposed to increase performance while drastically reducing energy consumption (Intel evokes a decrease of 50%).
Intel believes that the arrival of Windows 8 should allow Intel to compete more aggressively ARM.
But Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, was held to dot the i. Windows 8 will also be compatible with the System-on-a-Chip (SoC) that includes the ARM-based machines.
Intel believes it has all the cards to change that.
Adapted from an article from eWeek UK as of July 21: Intel To Move Along With Ultrabooks, Chips And Fabs
Also read in complement: Quarter jackpot for Intel (Silicon.com, 21/7/11)
Interesting concept but. when was the first really operational machine and marketed?