Monday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on July 21, 2014

Eight is Enough

  1. WCCFtech: AMD assures 20nm products in 2015—16nm
    FinFET in 2016, upcoming GPUs to use existing 28nm process
  2. CPU World: Intel releases new Core i3 and Pentium CPUs
  3. AppleInsider shares rumor: Retina MacBook Air may be pushed
    back to 2015, next-gen models hit production in August
  4. KitGuru: Seagate ships 8TB 'customer development' hard drives
  5. PCPer's Xiaomi Mi Pad 7.9 Android tablet
    review—utilizing Nvidia Tegra K1 SoC
  6. GameSpot: Valve responds to Steam developers'
    security concerns, but leaves unanswered questions
  7. TechCrunch: Snowden calls on developers to champion privacy by design
  8. Linux.com: Linux creator Linus Torvalds is your
    guide to this rare look inside his home office

Monday

  1. CPU World: Microsoft may drag out layoffs for a year
  2. Computerworld: Surface survives Microsoft
    cuts, but tablet strategy remains muddled
  3. GCC 4.9.1 released
  4. TweakTown reviews Valiant Hearts: The Great War
Hardware

  1. Engadget's Samsung ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition review
  2. BestRouter on the top 3 routers and modem routers under £50
  3. Funky Kit's Ozone Onda Pro headset review
  4. NikKTech reviews Tt eSports Sybaris wired and wireless headsets
  5. NikKTech's be quiet! Dark Rock 3 CPU cooler review
   
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