Wednesday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. CPU World shares AMD A10-7870K APU: a few extra details
  2. AnandTech: SanDisk releases Z400s SSD
    for mainstream PCs & embedded applications
  3. VideoCardz: Nvidia is teasing GTX 980 Ti launch for June 2nd
  4. AMD: It's Coming... (video)
  5. VideoCardz: Leaked driver confirms Hawaii rebrands in Radeon 3000 series
  6. Android Police shares rumor: No Nexus tablet in 2015, but two phones
  7. Microsoft: Announcing Dolby Audio for
    high performance audio in Microsoft Edge
  8. Ars Technica on the state of 4K gaming in 2015


  1. The NY Times: Avago in talks to acquire Broadcom
  2. ZDNet: Mark Shuttleworth considering Canonical IPO
  3. Ars Technica: Flawed Android factory reset
    leaves crypto and login keys ripe for picking
  4. Encryption for everyone: The free service that
    will change how you think about security
  5. Computerworld: Large-scale attack uses browsers to hijack routers
  6. Newegg's deals

  1. VR-Zone: OnePlus 2 landing June 1
  2. PocketNow: iPhone 6s screen will utilize
    smaller backlight chips, iPhone 6s Plus too
  3. 9to5Mac: iOS 9 & OS X 10.11 to bring 'quality' focus,
    smaller apps, rootless security, legacy iPhone / iPad support
Software and gaming

  1. Linux 4.1-rc5
  2. Fedora Magazine: Fedora 22 is "Go" for May 26
  3. Microsoft: How we are improving Windows Store app catalog
  4. VR-Zone: Nvidia Shield Portable 2 possibly
    with 3GB RAM and FHD screen
  5. Humble Nindie Bunde

  1. HotHardware's ASRock X99 Extreme 11 review
  2. Neoseeker's 480GB Patriot Ignite SSD review
  3. HardwareHeaven's Netgear Powerline 1200 review
  4. LanOC Reviews does GTX 980 SLI testing
  5. PCPer reviews Sapphire R9 285 ITX OC
  6. HTL's Func MS-2 mouse review
  7. Ocaholic's Aerocool Aero-1000 case review
  8. techPowerUp's Deepcool Tristellar case review
  9. Big Bruin and Hardwareslave on Noctua's NH-L9x65 CPU cooler
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