Weekend Shortbread


— 9:37 PM on December 21, 2013

7 Up

  1. CNBC: BlackBerry hemorrhages red ink, but Foxconn saves its bacon
  2. Microsoft names Jim DuBois new CIO
  3. Reuters: Red Hat raises forecast after results beat estimates
  4. The Chromium Blog: Keeping Chrome extensions simple
  5. Spotiamp - Long live the Llama
  6. Linux Federation: What is wrong with Steam OS?
  7. Windows Phone Blog: Temple Run 2 for Windows
    Phone
    brings new obstacles, same wild-running fun

Weekend

  1. MegaTech Reviews on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition)
  2. Phoronix posts SteamOS vs. Ubuntu 13.10 Linux benchmarks
  3. LanOC Reviews on Nvidia's Shield
  4. TweakTown reviews The Novelist (PC)
  5. Newegg's weekend deals
  6. Dealzon's deals: $50 coupon for 17.3" Dell Inspiron i5-4200U,
    $400 off 15.6" Acer V3 i7-4702MQ / GTX 760M, and $450
    coupon
    for 15.6" Lenovo Y510p i7-4700MQ / GT 750M SLI
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Macworld on the new Mac Pro: First look and hands-on slideshow
  2. Futurelooks: The new Apple Mac Pro is here—
    but can we build it better (and cheaper) PC DIY
  3. Guru3D's Guru3D's rig of the month - December 2013
  4. Phoronix: Intel Haswell Linux performance improved a lot in 2013
  5. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - Force update ESCD
  6. Ocaholic's Asus Z87-A motherboard review
  7. TWL's 4TB Western Digital drives roundup
  8. TweakTown's Asus USB-AC56 802.11ac wireless adapter review
  9. Legit Reviews on Netgear R6100 Wi-Fi router
  10. Hardware Heaven reviews TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT
    Wi-Fi Powerline extender starter kit
Multimedia, power, and cases

  1. techPowerUp! reviews MSI R9 270X Gaming 2GB
  2. HardwareOC reviews EVGA GTX 770 Superclocked ACX (in German)
  3. BCCHardware reviews SteelSeries Flux Pro in-ear headset
  4. TweakTown reviews 1000W FSP Aurum Pro PSU
  5. Ocaholic's 750W OCZ Fatal1ty PSU review
  6. Benchmark Reviews on Fractal Design Arc Mini R2 mATX case
  7. HT4U reviews Aerocool Dead Silence mATX cube (in German)
   
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