Tuesday Night Shortbread

— 8:01 PM on March 3, 2015

Eight is Enough

  1. Kroll Ontrack survey reveals solid state disk (SSD)
    technology highly adopted, but not infallible
  2. Microsoft: A first look at the Windows 10 universal app platform
  3. Softpedia: PC gaming expected to grow to 35 billion dollars by 2018
  4. PC Gamer: Valve announces $50 Steam Link
    streaming box and StreamVR for November release
  5. Polygon: Valve announces Source 2 engine, free for developers
  6. WCCFtech: Stardock's DirectX 12 game looks so
    good that the partners wouldn't believe it was real
  7. VideoCardz: Khronos releases OpenCL 2.1 provisional specification for public review
  8. WCCFtech: Find out if Qualcomm's still got it; Exynos
    7420 vs. Snapdragon 810 benchmarks analyzed

Tuesday Night

  1. Reuters: Connecticut launches probe into Lenovo use of Superfish software
  2. VR-Zone: hp announces Spectre x360 13" convertible with a 360° hinge
  3. Reuters: Apple plans fix next week for newly uncovered Freak security bug
  4. PCPer: AMD LiquidVR SDK aims for silky smooth VR on all headsets
  5. VirtualBox 4.3.24
  6. Xfce 4.12 released
  7. Softpedia: Windows 10 build 10022 screenshots leak, reveal new system icons
  8. Softpedia: Mozilla Firefox 64-bit Developer Edition launches on Windows
  9. Computing on Demand's best KODI (XBMC) add-ons for 2015
  10. Newegg's deals
  11. Dealzon's deals: $200 off 13" 1080p Dell 2-in-1 i5-4210U, $139 off 7" hp
    Slate 7 Extreme tablet, and $50 coupon for Lenovo K450e i7-4790 PC

  1. Intel at MWC 2015: SoFIA, Rockchip, low cost integrated
    LTE, Atom renaming and 14nm Cherry Trail - AnandTech
  2. Ars Technica: BlackBerry goes keyboardless again with new Leap
  3. LinuxGizmos: Jolla shows off Sailfish tablet, promises ultra-secure phone
  4. Softpedia: Samsung CEO says Qualcomm
    chipset wasn't good enough for Galaxy S6
  5. Neowin: Windows Phone 8.1 Update 2 will bring Bluetooth keyboard compatibility
  6. TechSpot's Dell Venue 8 7000 review
  7. Ars Technica's review: The new Moto E is the most phone you can get for $150
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. HardwareOC on Intel's Core i5-4690K - the 5GHz project (in German)
  2. TweakTown's Gigabyte X99-UD4 motherboard review
  3. Guru3D's ECS Z97I-Drone motherboard review‏
  4. Ocaholic's MSI Z97 Gaming 9 AC review
  5. Legit Reviews on WD My Cloud DL4100 business NAS
  6. NikKTech's Netgear D6300 AC1600 dual-band Gigabit router review
  7. BCCHardware's Trendnet TPL-420E2K 1200Mbps Powerline kit review
Multimedia, power, case & cooling

  1. KitGuru's MSI GTX 960 Gaming 2G OC Edition review‏
  2. techPowerUp! reviews CM Storm NovaTouch TKL keyboard
  3. Hardware Asylum's Roccat Tyon mouse review
  4. HTL's EVGA SuperNova 1000 PS Silent Series PSU review
  5. techPowerUp! reviews Antec Nineteen Hundred case
  6. NikKTech's Cryorig H5 universal CPU cooler review‏
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