Wow... it's already time for another podcast. We've recently changed to a bi-weekly schedule, but these episodes come so fast... for me, anyways.
Recording, editing, and posting of our next episode, episode 44, is going to wait until next week... ETA to be determined. I'm just back from a well-needed vacation, Cyril has been busy at Computex the whole week (and apparently only speaks French when jet lagged), and Scott is deep in CPU review mode. These factors have prevented us from recording on our typical Friday afternoon. We'll regroup sometime this next week (again, not entirely sure when, Friday at the latest) and bring you an episode worthy of song and dance. Your patience is appreciated.
In other news, the best in show from E3 (Microsoft's Project Natal), looks actually revolutionary IMHO, the Palm Pre is out and is being recieved well, and I'm all geared up for a Steve Jobs return at WWDC on Monday. It's a good time to be a geek.
|G.Skill's DDR4-4400 kit seizes the four-module memory speed crown||9|
|Rumor: December Radeon drivers will bring a performance OSD||12|
|Intel spins up new assembly-and-test site for Coffee Lake CPUs||6|
|Deal of the day: A laptop with an i5-8250U and Pascal graphics for $680||23|
|EVGA DG-7 cases cover every base||19|
|Radeon 17.11.2 drivers take the fight to the Galactic Empire||36|
|Intel readies a family of 5G modems and talks up a storm on 28 GHz||24|
|National Fast Food Day Shortbread||19|
|OnePlus 5T stretches its screen without straining wallets||40|
|The amount of flak EA are catching for the microtransaction BS is just glorious. I doubt it'll amount to anything but EA are being investigated by the...||+22|