Sway 1.0 is not going to support the Nvidia proprietary driver

Drew DeVault’s Blog Nvidia sucks and I’m sick of it Published 2017-10-26 on Drew DeVault’s blog — Permalink There’s something I need to make clear about Nvidia. Sway 1.0, which is therelease after next, is not going to support the Nvidia proprietary driver,EGLStreams, or any other proprietary graphics APIs. The only supported driverfor Nvidia cards […]

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Amazon.com Announces Third Quarter Sales Up 34% to $43.7B

Amazon – Press Room – Press ReleasePress ReleasesInvestor RelationsCareersBlogReturn to Amazon.comTransformationsOpportunitiesEconomic ImpactIn the CommunityOur InnovationsWorking at AmazonSustainabilityPress ReleasesInvestor RelationsCareersBlogReturn to Amazon.comTransformationsOpportunitiesEconomic ImpactIn the CommunityOur InnovationsWorking at AmazonSustainabilityAbout AmazonPress RoomPress ReleasePress Release<< BackAmazon.com Announces Third Quarter Sales up 34% to $43.7 Billion SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 26, 2017– Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced financial results for its third […]

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Introducing the Graphcool Framework

Including GraphQL Database, Permission System, real-time Subscriptions and Cloud Native runtimeWe couldn’t be more excited to introduce the Graphcool Framework, the next big step forward in the evolution of Graphcool (and it’s now open-source). Based on our learnings from building and operating the Graphcool Backend-as-a-Service platform for almost two years, the Graphcool Framework is the fastest […]

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