Friday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on April 4, 2008


  1. Dell moves away from build-your-own-PC and plans to cut more jobs in cost-cutting "mission"
  2. Google mulls next moves on U.S. wireless networks
  3. MySpace forms music venture with big labels (MySpace Music)
  4. DailyTech reports that Rogers Cable follows Comcast's lead, puts the squeeze on HD
  5. VR-Zone unveils Intel's UMPC & MID roadmap
  6. says welcome to the world's fastest laptop (Centrino 2)
  7. bit-tech's IDF Spring 2008 content index (news coverage)
  8. Ars Technica's book review: Here Comes Everybody by Clay Shirky
  9. Win a Zotac 9800 GTX from DriverHeaven
Software and gaming

  1. Next Photoshop will get 64-bit boost—on Windows only
  2. Ubuntu 8.04 final release set for April 24
  3. Microsoft security bulletin advance notification for April 2008
  4. Apple launches QuickTime 7.4.5
  5. HardwareZone reviews Windows Mobile 6.1 - on the dot
  6. Intel and Epic Games launch "$1 million Intel make something Unreal contest"
  7. Beyond3D on SwiftShader 2.0: a DX9 software rasterizer that runs Crysis
  8. Team Fortress 2 update released
  9. Crymod Modding Portal on Crysis—new patch in development
  10. Shacknews recounts the evolution of Nintendo commercials part 1
Systems and networking

  1. TweakPC reviews Asus Eee PC (in German)
  2. looks at Intel's Atom processor
  3. AMDZone reviews Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition
  4. HotHardware reviews Asus M3A78-EMH HDMI
  5. Guru3D reviews ECS A780GM-A
  6. Techgage reviews Asus WL-520gU wireless router

  1. AMDZone reviews Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX
  2. HardwareOC Austria reviews EVGA e-GeForce 9600 GT KO (in German)
  3. BHFO reviews Leadtek WinFast PX8800GT
  4. TweakTown reviews Asus EN8800GS TOP 384MB
  5. MadBoxPC reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 3850 1GB (in Spanish)
  6. AnandTech reviews Sony A350: full-time live view at 14.2MP
  7. Digital Trends reviews Creative Aurvana Live headphones
  8. X-bit labs have 2GB mini-USB flash drives roundup
Power, modding, cases, and cooling

  1. Big Bruin reviews 1000W Cooler Master Real Power Pro PSU
  2. PC Perspective reviews BFG Tech ES-800 PSU
  3. [H] Enthusiast reviews 650W Thermaltake Toughpower QFan PSU
  4. bit-tech's ten minute modding
  5. Viper Lair reviews Cooler Master CM 690 case
  6. Hardware Secrets reviews Thermaltake M9 case
  7. reviews SilverStone Kublai KL02 case
  8. Techware Labs review Cooler Master Cosmos S case
  9. HardwareLogic reviews Apevia X-Supra G Type case
  10. X-bit labs have Apack ZEROtherm CPU coolers roundup
  11. techPowerUp! reviews OrigenAE C10 low profile CPU cooler
  12. Legit Reviews on CoolIT Systems Pure CPU cooler
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