Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Two tempered glass panels, three LL120 RGB fans, and iCUE software control for £110.
An £80 mid-tower with a focus on low noise.
Patches begin rolling out to end users.
Better detection, easier fixes.
Core i7, up to 512GB of NVMe.
Claims to beat Chrome.
Whitelist or cough up, visitors told.
Only for Windows users with >4GB.
Not for Google ads, naturally.
Though probably not at launch.
Pushing users to HTML5.
Outlines roadmap to HTML5 by Default.
Gave Microsoft just one week's warning.
Change begins in January 2017.
Adds New Hope to Chrome Canary.
Runs its own test to compare.
Beats out its rivals in internal testing.
New warning symbol impending.
Company claims browsers to blame.
No launch date yet, sadly.
Goes click-to-play from today.
Pushes deadline to year end.
Compute Stick-style Chrome OS dongles.
All major browsers fall to researchers.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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