Play Tennis Day Shortbread


— 12:29 PM on February 23, 2016

The Starting Five

  1. Reuters: U.S. government, Apple take
    encryption case to court of public opinion
  2. The Motley Fool: Intel Corp. confirms first
    10-nanometer product on track for 2017 introduction
  3. VideoCardz: AMD Radeon 400 series leaks and rumors
    and AMD Radeon M400 series to be released in April
  4. Android Police: Cyanogen launches a new MOD
    platform
    for deeper integration of apps in Android
  5. VideoCardz: Microsoft feared XBLA would
    "completely destroy the console industry"

Play Tennis Day

  1. Neowin: Piracy could be helping Windows' marketshare
  2. TechCrunch: 'A small number' of RIft
    pre-orders were just canceled by Oculus
  3. Softpedia: Linux kernel 4.3.6 is the last in
    the series, users urged to move to Linux 4.4
  4. Linux 4.5-rc5
  5. Newegg's deals
Mobile

  1. Ars Technica's Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge hands-on
  2. Neowin: Windows 10 Mobile Redstone builds to
    "open up to more models soon" says Gabe Aul
Hardware

  1. Ocaholic pits Core i7-6700K vs. i5-6600K stock and OC
  2. KitGuru's Supermicro C7Z170-SQ motherboard review
  3. AnandTech and Legit Reviews on Samsung Portable SSD T3
  4. PCPer's Logitech Artemis Spectrum G933/G633 headset review
  5. OCinside's Tt Suppressor F1 mini-ITX case unboxing video
  6. Technic3D's Corsair Carbide Series 400Q case review (in German)
  7. techPowerUp! reviews Swiftech H220 X2 watercooling kit
  8. Technology X's Noctua NH-C14S C-Type CPU cooler review
   
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