Thursday Shortbread


— 11:50 AM on May 15, 2008

Thursday

  1. The RIAA explains how it catches alleged music pirates
  2. Icahn to fight Yahoo to accept Microsoft bid
  3. CBS to buy C|Net Networks
  4. DailyTech reports Asus looks to tame rivals with Atom-based Eee PC 901
  5. Valve posts latest hardware survey results
  6. DigiTimes reports VIA to adopt 45nm process and launch dual-core CPU by the end of 2009
  7. Fujitsu announces Intel Atom-based UMPC
  8. Intel Atom inside 3G iPhone? (in German)
  9. TG Daily reports Intel's Nehalem to play nice with enthusiast memory
  10. PCGH takes Gigabyte fab tour (in German)
  11. TechCrunch on Touchwall: Microsoft's inexpensive wall-based multi-touch interface
  12. DriverHeaven's CoolIT Systems interview
  13. CDFreaks have Datarius interview
  14. Ars book review: "The Pirate's Dilemma"
  15. PC Perspective's Memorial Day system giveaway
  16. VIA Arena's naked Pico challenge
Software and gaming

  1. DailyTech reports companies adopt "just say no" policy on Vista, wait for Windows 7
  2. Microsot on five misunderstood features in Windows Vista (PDF)
  3. Video claims to demo breathtaking Windows 7 features (Update: confirmed to be fake)
  4. eCoustics on Windows Vista: new horizon or the end of the road for PC operating systems?
  5. Digital Trends compares music services
  6. Techgage reports Asus shows faith in DeviceVM's Splashtop
  7. Adobe Flash Player 10 public beta
  8. MissingRemote on watching Netflix on your TV w/ Vista Media Center & Xbox 360
  9. Alienware": game PCs need more than faster chips
  10. Fudzilla reports Assassin's Creed gets patch 1.02, kills DX 10.1
  11. PCGH's interview with Doug Lombardi about Left 4 Dead part 2 (DX10 and multithreading discussion)
  12. Kotaku reports rumored Xbox 360 spring update touts "motion sensor" features, game installs
  13. CVG interviews Microsoft Game Studios Shane Kim
  14. SuperSite for Windows previews Gears of War 2 (Xbox 360)
  15. Shacknews previews Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
Systems

  1. ChileHardware reviews MSI Wind notebook (in Spanish)
  2. HotHardware reviews Smooth Creations Broodling
  3. Computer Shopper reviews hp Blackbird 002
  4. Guru3D on quad-core CPU scaling vs. gaming
  5. [H] Enthusiast's XFX 790i 3-way SLI motherboards review
  6. Overclock3D has Asus Maximus II Formula pictorial
  7. Hardware Canucks review Asus Rampage Formula
  8. X-bit labs review DFI LANParty LT X48-T2R
  9. HardwareOC Austria reviews Asus Striker II Extreme (in German)
Graphics

  1. Sharky Extreme reviews Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 512MB
  2. ASE Labs review Sapphire Radeon HD 3870 Toxic
  3. PC Perspective reviews Asus AX3850 X2 1GB
  4. TheTechLounge reviews AMD Radeon HD 3850 256MB CrossFire
  5. AMDZone reviews Asus EN9800GTX/HTDP/512M
  6. bit-tech reviews BFG Tech GeForce 9800 GTX OCX 512MB
  7. Overclockers Club reviews Foxconn GeForce 9800 GTX
  8. BIOS Magazine reviews Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP
Multimedia

  1. X-bit labs review Asus Xonar D2 PM
  2. CDFreaks review Sony DRX-S70U and Pioneer DVR-215BK DVD burners
  3. DriverHeaven reviews Razer Piranha gaming communicator & Destructor gaming mat
  4. I4U reviews Asus P527 GPS smartphone
  5. CPU3D reviews 16GB Corsair Flash Voyager GT USB drive
Power and cooling

  1. SilentPCReview on Zalman ZM1000-HP: quiet KiloWatt PSU
  2. 3dGameMan reviews 1000W OCZ EliteXStream PSU
  3. techPowerUp! reviews 800W BFG ES-800 PSU
  4. Hardware Secrets reviews PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750 Quad PSU
  5. FrostyTech's top 5 heatsink chart—May 2008
  6. [M]adshrimps review Xigmatek HDT-S1283 and Red Scorpion CPU coolers
  7. [H] Enthusiast reviews Thermaltake DuOrb and V1 CPU coolers
  8. bit-tech reviews CoolIT Freezone Elite
  9. TweakTown reviews ThermoLab Nano Silencer CPU cooler
  10. X-bit labs review akasa Revo, Auras Conditioner, and Xigmatek AIO-S80DP
  11. Elite Bastards review OCZ Freeze thermal compound
 
   
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