Thursday Night Shortbread


— 11:32 PM on October 8, 2015

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: Net neutrality on chopping
    block as Democrats fight to save FCC's rules
  2. Softpedia: Zero-day exploit found in Avast Antivirus
  3. Re/code: Photography startup Light takes on
    DSLR with the point-and-shot L16 camera
  4. DigiTimes: AMD partners with Oculus
    and Dell to power Oculus ready PCs
  5. 9to5Mac: Apple planning to launch new 4K 21.5-inch
    iMac next week, iPad Pro in early November
  6. Thurrott.com: Microsoft's Surface Book has a custom Nvidia GPU
  7. Nvidia GeForce 358.50 (WHQL) driver
  8. WCCFtech: Star Wars Battlefront benchmarked on Nvidia
    and AMD, runs best on Radeon—exceptionally well-optimized
    across the board

Thursday Night

  1. DigiTimes: Toshiba, SanDisk reportedly
    among takeover targets of Tsinghua
  2. CNN Money: Verizon to add $20 to grandfathered unlimited data plans
  3. Consumerist: Best Buy testing robot customer service employees
  4. Neowin: Here is how the new liquid cooling
    system
    works in the Surface Pro 4
  5. ITworld: Memory is dirt cheap at a time when it should be expensive
  6. VR-Zone: Samsung announces SE370 AMD FreeSync
    monitor with integrated wireless charging feature
  7. techPowerUp!: BitFenix announces the Nova chassis - budget evolved
  8. Softpedia: Valve makes SteamOS 2.0 the
    official distro, now based on Debian 8.2
  9. KDE ships Plasma 5.4.2, bugfix release for October
  10. Softpedia: LibreOffice 4.4.6 to be last in the series, new RC is out
  11. AnandTech on the Seagate Game Drive
    for Xbox: do you need a green drive?
  12. WCCFtech: Sonic Lost World making its way
    to PC in November with full optimization
  13. WCCFtech: No ETA on ARK DX12 update, says dev
  14. Bullets or Blades GeForce GTX bundle: get Assassin's
    Creed Syndicate or Rainbox Six Siege for free
  15. Dealzon's deals: $100 off 13.3" Alienware i7-6500U / GTX 960M,
    $100 off 15.6" Dell 7000 i5-6300HQ / GTX 960M, and $75 off
    XFX Radeon R7 260X GPU
Mobile

  1. WCCFtech: Convert your Windows 10 Mobile
    to a PC with Microsoft's new display dock
  2. VR-Zone: Samsung Galaxy View specs outed
    on GFXBench, packs an 18-inch 1080p display
  3. SamMobile: Samsung rumored to launch three
    Galaxy S7 variants, each with a different processor
  4. TechSpot's Apple iPhone 6s Plus review
Hardware

  1. KitGuru's MSI GS60 6QE (Ghost Pro 4K) Skylake notebook review
  2. HotHardware's Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming G1 review
  3. Technology X reviews 1TB Plextor M6V SSD and PlexTurbo
  4. KitGuru's 500GB SK Hynix Canvas SL301 SSD review
  5. Madshrimps review Lexar JumpDrive P20 jump drive
  6. PCPer explains SD card speed classes, grades, bus modes, and file systems
  7. Hardwareslave's Raijintek Aeneas mATX Cube review
  8. Benchmark Reviews on SilverStone ML06-E mini-ITX HTPC case
  9. Modders-Inc's Swiftech H240-X AIO CPU cooler review
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