Love them or hate them, listicles are here to stay. Earlier last month TIME assembled a team of journalists to compile the ultimate tech catalogue
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We’re halfway through our series of blog posts on Vulkan – hopefully you’ve checked out the other blog posts, or tuned into the webinars, and are following so far!
Welcome to the second article in our series of blogs on the Vulkan API! This time I’ll be describing why Vulkan is so important for mobile and embedded systems, with
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Several months after participating in the successful launch of Vulkan™, we are very excited to announce an upcoming series of talks designed to discuss the
I’m fond of telling the story about why I joined Imagination. It goes along the lines of: despite offers to go work on graphics in
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