Freedom of Information Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. GameSpot: Nvidia's new driver causing more problems
  2. DigiTimes Research: Worldwide notebook
    shipments up slightly on month in February
  3. WCCFtech: Intel 14nm Kaby Lake processors shipping in Q3
    2016 - 10nm Cannonlake chips will be available in Q3 2017
  4. VideoCardz: AMD talks Radeon Pro Duo and Polaris architecture
  5. PlayStation VR: Launching October for $399 - PS Blog
  6. VR-Zone: HTC 10 to come with 'world first, world class' cameras
  7. Neowin: Stardock announces the release of WindowBlinds 10
  8. Engadget: 'Gears of War 4' multiplayer beta starts April 18th

Freedom of Information Day

  1. Apple: U.S. founders would be 'appalled' by DOJ iPhone request
  2. SecureList: "All your creds are belong to us" - the evolution
    of malware targeting Steam accounts and inventory
  3. VAR Guy: Dell updates Project
    Sputnik line of Ubuntu Linux laptops
  4. Ars Technica: Six under-the-hood Android N
    features you should know about
  5. Android Police: Google is calling Android N
    "New York Cheesecake" (NYC) internally
  6. Guru3D's Hitman 2016: PC graphics
    performance benchmark review
  7. Newegg's deals

  1. KitGuru's 240GB AData XPG SX930 SSD review
  2. Hardware Canucks review Acer Predator Z35 200Hz monitor
  3. TweakTown on Ministry of Sound Audio On headphones
  4. TweakTown on Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L/S keyboard
  5. LanOC Reviews on Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L keyboard
  6. HotHardware's Das Division Zero X40 Pro keyboard review
  7. NikKTech's Antec Signature S10 case review
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