If you've been living under a rock like I have, and you're also a Gnome user like me, well GOOD NEWS, Gnome 3.20 has been released official to the public.
Who gets it first?
If one of these is your preferred distro it's available.
AMD's 8-Core Zen CPU has been spotted and is allegedly being clocked at 3 Gigahertz. The boost clock is still unknown, but if it's like Intels CPU it will probably be a boost to 3.4ghz or 4%. It has also been allegedly tested and seems to be perform around the same or better than Broadwell-E chips.. only time will tell, but if this is true, we may have our Enthusiast grade AMD CPU to look forward to.
Oculus one of the "Leaders" that restarted the Virtual Reality Movement, has released their terms of Service and it is Shady as hell. Time to Put on Your Tin-Foil Hat's now. According to the Terms of Service..
If you're care about your "Privacy" get ready you will be "SON I DISAPPOINT". Oculus is collecting data so that they may "Improve the Product".. which sounds similar to what another company has said Cough Microsoft Cough.
Would be nice ! Still wonder how that is going to be priced if it is true ? It is not a win if it is roughly the same price. It just means they played catch up. Now if it came out with that performance and a decent price that is somewhat cheaper. Then it is a Win.
Also for those interested in Gnome 3.20 DON'T install it. it's still buggy and for the most part has been doing weird shit and also has mice/touchpad and GTK issues. I tried it, still has a few quirks it needs to iron out.
You know I am glad that Oculus brought a huge shift for VR but my gosh, they really have gone draconian with their developments. My respect for them has diminished entirely. Glad there are other competitors like HTC Vive out there.
I want AMD to succeed but I am taking those benchmarks with a grain of salt. I'll wait until we get official benchmarks from AMD themselves.