Word To Webmasters/IT Folks Beth Snyder July 20, 2010 If you plan to do a major site overhaul (changing domain name, software, formatting, colours, functionality, etc.) YOU NEED TO BETA TEST. There is a site I once frequented, often checking it 5-6 times a day. Last week Tuesday they “improved” the site. It no longer works, not even a little. Everything that could possibly be screwed up is, and the “new and improved” features are non-functioning. Please…if you insist on fixing something that isn’t broken, for the sake of your thousands of customers worldwide, PLEASE…beta test. We all know these things can be a logistical nightmare and bugs crop up where you least expect them, but my understanding of beta testing is to discover those bugs that will crop up in everyday normal use and fix them before going public. Don’t just change your logo and add “beta” underneath the name and assume that means all will be forgiven. Especially not for eight days and counting. Benchmark Reviews starts us off with the Cooler Master HAF-X Computer Case KitGuru counters with the NZXT Beta EVO Case TechRadar goes mobile with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro TrustedReviews spends some time with the Cryo Pico bit-tech has some fun with the Parrot AR.Drone RC Helicopter TechwareLabs examines the ATI HD 5550 Video Card TweakNews chills out with the Thermaltake FRIO CPU/Processor Cooler Guru3D presents Starcraft II Wings of Liberty GPU graphics performance TestFreaks tries on a Sony Ericsson MW600 Stereo Bluetooth Headset ThinkComputers weighs in on the G.Skill Phoenix Pro 60GB Solid State Drive Legit Reviews checks out SRS Labs HD Audio Lab – The Ultimate PC Audio Software Technic3D reports on GOOC2010 from Gigabyte iGadget Life shares its thoughts on the Canon PIXMA MP980 All-in-One Printer Modders-Inc. gets into the Jetway NC63-330-LF Mini ITX Motherboard To finish us off for now, TechReviewSource tests out Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Beta Share This With The World!