Time for a new TR poll. Before we go there, though, I should summarize the results of our biggest annoyance poll. Amazingly, "adware/spyware" took over a third of the votes, at 35%, while the admittedly overlapping category of "legit software that installs lots of crap" grabbed 31%. Spam was a distant third at 16%. Nothing else came close.
In part because we're wondering about how to focus our editorial attentions over the coming months, we now want to know what CPUs, chipsets, and mobos interest you most. Pentium 4 and PCI Express? Athlon 64 and AGP? Or what? Let the world know what you think.
|1. BIF - $340||2. Ryu Connor - $250||3. mbutrovich - $250|
|4. YetAnotherGeek2 - $200||5. End User - $150||6. Captain Ned - $100|
|7. Anonymous Gerbil - $100||8. Bill Door - $100||9. ericfulmer - $100|
|10. dkanter - $100|
|Radeon Pro specs hint at a full-fat Polaris 11 GPU in MacBook Pros||17|
|We're giving away our Aimpad R5 review unit||10|
|Apple's latest MacBook Pros ditch the F keys||76|
|In the lab: Gigabyte's GeForce GTX 1050 G1 Gaming graphics card||6|
|Google's Jamboard takes the whiteboard into the cloud||8|
|Transcend hops on the 3D NAND bandwagon with the SSD 230||3|
|Apple puts its AirPods in the oven a little longer||29|
|Microsoft helps hardware companies make VR more affordable||18|
|Intel P3100 M.2 SSD has datacenters in mind||9|