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    Capitalism: All main standards organizatrions must be destroyed
    • "Those alliances and consortiums are mostly for big, deep-pocketed western companies to show their muscle and to make contributions when the new standards are formulated," a senior chip industry executive, whose company is in both consortiums, told Nikkei.

      Huawei could still develop those related chips and products, as those standards are open to the whole industry, the executive said, but the Chinese company would no longer have a say in crafting those western standards.

      "They could always develop their own standards within China," the executive said. "But if you are going overseas and link to other people's network, you need to accept the standards that everyone else is adopting worldwide."

      "It is foreseeable that Chinese tech companies will choose not to join the technology alliances led by the U.S. in the future"

      Here we see horrible capitalist influence going against another capitalist, but in reality hurting real progress and normal people interests.

      And we soon will see completely incompatible standards in core areas.

      Story of such things like HEVC group where bunch of morons who bough various questionable patents sit and does not allow to use more efficient compression is also very useful. Same is story of Google and other entries who make very similar algorithms wasting tens of thousands of man hours in attempt to go around existing patents.

      I am not even talking about horrible situation with video raw formats where whole industry is set aback by private agreements and greedy company.

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    Image sensors market
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      http://file.mk.co.kr/imss/write/20190522113859__00.pdf

      One interesting view on compacts demise is that it is Sony that had been very interested to make smaller and much more profitable smartphone sensors. Sony especially hate to do 1/1.7" and later 1" sensors and set very high prices on them to not allow this niche to feel good.

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    Bad design: Non modular car info systems
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      Car manufacturers for quite long time started to build in quite shitty but very costly to repair systems.

      Such system must be fully modular, replaceable and ALL car manufacturers must be forced to remove it from package so you can select it among lot of options and install yourself. Same goes for replacement of repair. All this thing really needs from the car is standard serial interface that also supply power.

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    Bad design: VRM cooling made by marketing
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      From Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme.

      Issue here is not only chunky heatsinks with small surface area. But this guys cut them with RGB shite, so only working part of heatsink is small bottom one with top one having almost no use due to extreme distance from heat source.

      Also usage of heatpipes.

      To work normally heatpipe must have one end being hot and another being cool where coolant condenses back, this is whole point of it's usage.
      If you just connect two same VRM areas (with same temperature) by heatpipe all you do is making cooling worse and spending money without reason.

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    Meet the future - how most MB will look in 5 years time
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      This one is for Xeons.

      Yep, 2 CPUs, 6 channel memory for both. 7 full size slots can be absent in cheap consumer MB, but all else will be same.

      Intel and AMD still want to trick people, just watch new 16 core AMD testing guides and how reviewers will tell you how nice is to have 2 channel memory (if you properly select benchmarks) . :-)

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    Quality of Ricoh top management
    • “Currently, mirrorless is a newcomer, so of course many users are very interested in the new systems, they want to use [them],” Ricoh marketing general manager Hiroki Sugahara tells Imaging Resource. “But after one or two years, some users who changed their system from DSLR to mirrorless come back to the DSLR again.”

      And it is our only hope :-)

      It will be no Ricoh cameras soon.

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