The News: Monday, July 22 Edition Beth Snyder July 22, 2013 Today I have a rant. Has everyone collectively lost their minds? The number of hoaxes, scams, and other stupidities being posted online, either in email, on Facebook or various internet forums, is astounding to me. Pictures of “missing” children who were found months (if not years) ago. “Hover over my name and click on” whatever for privacy on Facebook. Disneyland is giving away free tickets. You’re going to win an iPad. Seriously, people. Has the internet robbed all of you of any modicum of common sense you might once have possessed, or has the internet opened up to me a whole world of ignorance of which I was previously unaware? Do everyone a favour. Before you repost something, before you forward that email…do a search using your favourite search engine. Look at the top ten results. I will bet each and every one of you the sum of one US dollar that in those top ten results, at least three of them will be a link to a site like Snopes or Urban Legends that says unequivocally what you are about to trumpet from the rooftops is not, in fact, true. Futurelooks starts us off with Unboxed and Previewed The ASUS Z87I-Deluxe Mini-ITX Haswell LGA1150 Motherboard (Video) techPowerUp examines the High Power Astro GD 750 W eTeknix goes inside the Thermaltake Urban S71 Chassis TweakTown counters with the NZXT Phantom 530 Mid-Tower ChassisM TestFreaks spends some time with the Korg Kaossilator 2 Portable Synthesizer Real World Labs weighs in on the Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme 256GB SATA III SSD TechnologyX comes back with the KingFast E-Drive Pro KF2510SCF 120GB SLC SSD Hi Tech Legion hooks up with the Neptor 10000mAh Battery Pack MadShrimps tries on a ZOWIE Mashu Gaming Headset Bjorn3D tests out the MSI Z87 Xpower Motherboard Benchmark Reviews taps away at the CM Storm Quickfire Stealth Mechanical Keyboard ThinkComputers sees that and raises the Rosewill RK-9100BR Mechanical Keyboard TechReviewSource sits down with the Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Techgage presents Securely Erasing Your SSD with Linux: A How-To Finally, TechwareLabs gets into the Crucial Ballistix Sport XT 1866 MHz 4x4GB Share This With The World!