Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day Shortbread

PC hardware and computing

  1. EK Supremacy MX CPU waterblock review @ PC Perspective
  2. Synology DS216 [NAS] review @ bit-tech
  3. Team Group T-FORCE CARDEA M.2 480GB SSD review @ Guru3D
  4. NZXT Kraken X52 all-in-one CPU liquid cooler review @ HardOCP
  5. Gigabyte AX370-Gaming 5 AM4 motherboard review @ Hardware Canucks
  6. Nixeus NX-VUE27P 1440P IPS monitor review @ Hardware Canucks
  7. Review: Adata SC660H external SSD @ Hexus
  8. Micron 5100 ECO and MAX SSD review @ HotHardware
  9. Roccat Isku+ Force FX analog keyboard review @ KitGuru (I'll keep waiting for the Aimpad)
  10. Intel Core i7-7700K versus AMD Ryzen 1700X 14 game CPU showdown @ Legit Reviews
  11. AMD Ryzen 5 1400 review @ TechSpot
  12. Gigabyte Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 motherboard review @ Tom's Hardware

Games and VR

  1. Samsung's Facesense recognizes facial expressions for VR navigation @ Upload VR
  2. Super Mario Happy Meal toys now available at McDonald's in the US @ Nintendo Life
  3. Tiny Worlds In Flasks lets you make cute scenes! @ Rock Paper Shotgun
  4. Sonic Forces gameplay vid shows new 3D side-hogging @ Rock Paper Shotgun (the 'Green Hill Zone' music is already stuck in my head)

Science, hacks, makers and gadgets

  1. Artificial womb to give premature babies a better start @ New Atlas
  2. New evidence suggests humans arrived in the Americas far earlier than thought @ npr
  3. A vigilante is putting a huge amount of work into infecting IoT devices @ Ars Technica
  4. New drug-delivery method doubles duration of ibuprofen @ New Atlas (so much about modern medicine comes down to packaging)

Tech news and culture

  1. Silicon Valley security robot beat up in parking lot, police say @ Ars Technica
  2. Ask Slashdot: are accurate software development time predictions a myth? @ Slashdot
  3. Celebrating AnandTech's 20th Anniversary: 1997-2017 @ AnandTech (congrats guys!)

Cheese, memes, and RGB LEDs

  1. Cream cheese has a history wrapped in tin foil @ marketplace.org
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