The News: Banana Ice Cream Edition Beth Snyder July 4, 2012 I just learned what is quite possibly the neatest thing ever. Well…this week, anyway. Did you know if you slice ripe bananas, then freeze them, you can blend them (or use a food processor) to make something that has the texture of ice cream or frozen custard with nothing else added? Apparently so! You just blend the frozen banana slices until they’re smooth, then you can either immediately serve them (frozen custard) or freeze again for a texture more like actual ice cream. You can also add peanut butter or chocolate syrup while you’re blending. I am definitely buying bananas this week! With the heat, they shouldn’t take more than a couple of hours to ripen. TweakTown starts us off with the HIS Radeon HD 7850 IceQ X TurboX 2GB in CrossFire Video Card eTeknix counters with the Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OC Dual-X fleX 3GB Graphics Card TechwareLabs gets its hands on the Ozone Radon Opto Mouse Legit Reviews checks out the Super Talent USB 3.0 Express RC8 50GB Drive PureOverclock examines the MSI Z77-GD55 TechRadar goes mobile with the Samsung Galaxy SIII (T-Mobile) techREACTION goes inside the Thermaltake Armor Revo – Snow Edition Pro-Clockers takes a look at the Antec Bias LED Lighting Kit The SSD Review shares its LSI SAS 9207-8i PCIe 3.0 HBA Overview – Eight Crucial M4 SSDs Pushed to 4.1GB/s Performance BCC Hardware hooks up with the Crucial Adrenaline SSD Cache Drive Hi Tech Legion gets into the Icy Dock MB559U3S Ultra Slim 3.5in USB 3.0 and eSATA Enclosure Real World Labs weighs in on the OCZ Agility 4 128GB SSD Benchmark Reviews explores the SilverStone Grandia SST-GD07B HTPC Enclosure ThinkComputers tries on a CM Storm Sonuz Gaming Headset Finally, VR-Zone presents Ivy Bridge i7 vs Bulldozer FX @ 4.6GHz – July 2012 Battle of the Flagships Share This With The World!