Happy Good Friday, folks. Today is officially a TR holiday, so news may be a little bit thin. Then again, I'm probably going to work most of the day, so we'll see.
Speaking of news, thanks to Ronald and Bruno for pitching in earlier this week with some news items. Ronald in particular was a huge help in keeping the site active while Geoff, Cyril, and I all traveled to different places.
In a bit of good news, we recorded a TR Podcast last night, for the first time in a while. 'twas a good recording session, I think, although weirdly enough, I never can tell without listening to the final product. Once Jordan cuts out the parts where we sound dumb, it'll be half as long and ready for release. Hoping that will be Monday.
One more reminder here: don't forget to sign up for our Spring Cleaning contest over the weekend. The sign-up period ends soon. I'm curious to see if anybody can find a dirtier system than this guy. Yikes.
|NexDock offers a home for Intel Compute Cards||4|
|Radeon 17.1.1 drivers bring support for Resident Evil 7||4|
|Imagination Technologies freshens up mid-range PowerVR GPUs||4|
|Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 flaunts a quad-core SoC||16|
|be quiet! unveils entry-level Pure Base 600 chassis||19|
|Sapphire launches Radeon RX 460 with 1024 SPs in China||14|
|Google RAISR upsamples thumbnails for massive bandwidth savings||56|
|Biostar's Z270 boards race to the finish||20|
|Synology RT2600ac offers up speedy Wi-Fi and tight controls||5|