Well, news today may be a little bit slow. Cyril is knee-deep in an important mission that will soon pay big dividends for us all, and Geoff has been working on a special assignment that may keep him occupied. As for me, between the amount of effort I put into the Gulftown review and reading the comments on my last Etc. post, I'm mostly sitting around watching chick flicks, eating chocolates, and crying a little into my herbal tea.
Ok, maybe not. But I do have a few things to do today. I'll see if I can swing a few news posts along the way. Stay tuned.
|Corsair's Hydro GFX GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card reviewed||4|
|Qualcomm hides a fingerprint scanner under your screen||10|
|Toshiba prepares a 96-layer 3D NAND parfait||14|
|Baidu's DeepBench can now measure inference performance||8|
|Toshiba QLC 3D NAND squeezes a fourth bit into flash cells||22|
|Microsoft resurrects EMET to improve Windows 10 security||7|
|Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 returns as the Fandom Edition||20|
|European Commission fines Google $2.7 bn over Shopping results||79|
|Thermaltake glasses up its Suppressor and Core cases||8|
|So they're part of a fire sale?||+36|