We've got a new poll for your voting pleasure today, but before we get into that, let's look at last week's results. It's a good thing our polls are anonymous, because 80% of voters use pirated software. Of that 80%, 35% pirate most of their software, 31% only steal a little, and 14% don't pay for a thing. Of the 20% who don't pirate software at all, 6% use open source or otherwise free alternatives.
May the BSA have mercy on your souls.
This week we're asking you to gaze into your crystal ball and answer the following:pick a winner.
|Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 flaunts a quad-core SoC||8|
|be quiet! unveils entry-level Pure Base 600 chassis||15|
|Sapphire launches Radeon RX 460 with 1024 SPs in China||8|
|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|
|Deals of the week: a gaming monitor and system components||17|
|Nintendo reveals Switch launch date, pricing, and initial line-up||68|
|Consumer Reports approves MacBook Pros after retesting||40|