Friday Shortbread


— 3:32 AM on September 5, 2008

Friday

  1. Intel ready to announce 6-core chip
  2. IBM: solid-state drive sets speed record
  3. First Microsoft make-over ad airs: $300 million well spent?
  4. DailyTech reports iPod nano 4G, iPod Touch 2G to launch at press event September 9
  5. Hardware-Infos reports Intel Nehalem (Havendale) in Q1 2010 (write-up in German)
  6. Sony recalls 438,000 laptops on burn concern
  7. C|Net reports timing rumors surface for AMD plant spin-off
  8. Dell plans to sell computer factories: report
  9. Collins Stewart starts Intel, AMD with buy (stock)
  10. Comcast appeals FCC traffic-blocking ruling
  11. Verizon gives first 6 months of DSL away for free
  12. Fudzilla reports Intel working on B43 chipset
    and Intel to kill many Core 2 processors by Q1 09
  13. Commodore impresses with prototypes at IFA, really
  14. TG Daily reports LG announces Blu-ray player with Netflix streaming
  15. AnandTech reports biggest guns still missing from pre-Photokina announcements
  16. Nvidia, AMD gaming graphics buck green-PC trend
  17. Techgage on fall processor pricing - finding the best bang for the buck
  18. PC Perspective's podcast #36
Software and gaming

  1. Hexus.net: there's another killer browser, and it ain't Google Chrome
  2. TheTechLounge's editorial: Google and Chrome - a plausible future
  3. Ars Technica's hands-on overview of the Access Linux Platform
    and report: inside the network architecture of spam and malware
  4. SuperSite for Windows has Vista feature focus: Windows Mobility Center
  5. Microsoft Research: AutoCollage 2008
  6. The Mojave Experiment - now with Silverlight
  7. Shacknews reports PC dev says piracy crisis 'overblown'
  8. Devs Leery on "Gamer's Bill of Rights"
  9. GameSpot's PSP 3000 hands-on
  10. CrunchGear reports Call of Duty: World at War coming November 11,
    multiplayer betas out next month
  11. bit-tech, Gaming Heaven, and Technic3D (in German) review Spore
  12. Gaming Heaven reviews S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. AnandTech reviews Dell Inspiron Mini 9: refining the netbook market
  2. Overclockers Club reviews Core 2 Duo E8400
  3. HardwareZone reviews DFI LANParty DK P45-T2RS Plus
  4. AMDZone reviews Gigabyte GA-EG45M-DS2H
  5. Big Bruin reviews 2GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-1800 memory kit
  6. hardCOREware reviews 4GB OCZ ReaperX PC2-6400 low latency kit
  7. TechwareLabs review 2GB Crucial Ballistix PC2-6400 memory kit
  8. X-bit labs test 400GB hard disk drives in RAID 0, RAID 5, and RAID 10 arrays: part 2
  9. HotHardware's 4-way SSD roundup - OCZ, Super Talent, and Mtron
  10. Legit Reviews asks, "Is your Linksys SD2008 switch overheating or losing connectivity?"
Multimedia

  1. Madshrimps test GeForce GTX 280 & Radeon HD 4870 X2 AA scaling in XP & Vista
  2. Tech ARP reviews Asus ENGTX260 TOP
  3. TweakTown reviews Zotac GeForce 9500 GT Zone Edition
  4. techPowerUp! reviews S3 Graphics Chrome 440 GTX 256MB
  5. bit-tech reviews Acer G24 widescreen LCD monitor
  6. I4U reviews Microsoft SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard
  7. BenchmarkReviews on WolfKing Timber Wolf gaming keyboard
  8. Overclockers Club and TweakTown review NZXT Avatar gaming mouse
  9. techPowerUp! reviews OCZ Dominatrix gaming mouse
  10. Digital Trends reviews Logitech V550 Nano mouse
  11. Hardware Bistro reviews SteelSeries QcK+ mouse pad
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. bit-tech's first look at Enermax Revolution 85+ power supply
  2. AMDZone reviews 900W Cooler Master UCP 80 Plus PSU
  3. ThinkComputers reviews 850W Antec Signature Series power supply
  4. AnandTech looks at Cooler Master's Cosmos S case
  5. ProClockers review Zalman GS1000 case
  6. Tweaknews reviews Thermaltake Vi-On external hard drive enclosure
  7. Overclock3D reviews Matrix Orbital GX Typhoon MCE
  8. X-bit labs review Thermaltake ProWater 850i
  9. t-break reviews Asus Lion Square HSF
  10. Digit-Life reviews Thermaltake DuOrb CPU cooler
  11. ThinkComputers review Titan Cool Idol TTC-NK75TZ(RB) CPU cooler
  12. DriverHeaven reviews Xigmatek CPU coolers
  13. FrostyTech and XSReviews review Zalman CNPS9300 AT
 
   
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