Saturday Shortbread

— 4:27 PM on October 18, 2008


  1. VR-Zone on Intel's upcoming desktop CPU price cut (Q4 08 to Q1 09)
  2. Apple to report results as economic concerns mount
  3. Report: new Apple iMacs due in next couple weeks
  4. C|Net reports Apple, Psystar agree to dispute resolution process
    and AMD talks more about chipmaking strategy
  5. X-bit labs report another dual-chip AMD Radeon graphics card finally approaches the market
  6. XFastest posts Asus Rampage II Extreme retail box pictures
  7. DigiTimes reports notebook players paying close attention to multi-touch technology
  8. Puget Custom Computers considers the 64-bit question
  9. tkArena on VoIP - the next generation voice communication
  10. Ars Technica on sculpting light: interview with Naomi Halas, plasmon pioneer

  1. Mozilla release Fenec alpha 1 (mobile version of Firefox)
  2. TechRadar UK's 25 essential Firefox add-ons for power users
  3. Phoronix reports OpenSolaris 2008.11 starts coming together
  4. Java SE 6 update 10 released
  5. Digital Trends asks, "Should Apple license the iPhone OS?"
  6. ATi-Forum's Catalyst 8.9 vs. Catalyst 8.10 comparison (in German)
  7. Before Dark's ForceWare 178.15 vs. 178.24 driver comparison
  8. TG Daily on Windows 7: a rebadged, much better Vista?

  1. PC World reports Kentucky may kill online gambling permanently
  2. Kotaku reports Nintendo leads console sales in September, Xbox 360 rebounds
  3. PS3 Fanboy reports firmware 2.50 adds hidden recovery menu
  4. Red Orchestra MODs - now on Steam
  5. Fudzilla reports Far Cry 2 is DirectX 10.1
  6. AMD posts Far Cry 2 HotFix
  7. GamersHell has F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin elite Power Armor Kills trailer
  8. YouGamers: The Lich King is coming - part 1
  9. Shacknews on video games to be released next week
  10. GameSpot's Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 interview—the Soviet faction
  11. TTGamer reviews Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning (PC)
  12. Gaming Heaven reviews Dead Space (Xbox 360 & PS3)
  13. YouGamers review Civilization IV: Colonization
  14. Futurelooks on Nintendo Wii Fit - a month in review
Systems and storage

  1. InsideHW reviews Acer Aspire 5530G
  2. CPU3D previews Core i7 (Nehalem) processor
  3. ATi-Forum does Phenom RAM scaling (in German)
  4. VR-Zone's Foxconn Quantum Force 'Blood Rage' X58 sneak preview
    and Intel P55 Ibex Peak chipset features
  5. Overclock3D reviews Foxconn BlackOps X48
  6. Björn3D reviews EVGA 790i Ultra
  7. TestFreaks review 2GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600MHz KHX12800D3K2/2G kit
  8. Modders-Inc reviews 4GB OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 Reaper HPC memory kit
  9. HotHardware on Intel's new solid state disks in RAID 0, a case study in speed

  1. VR-Zone's MSI Radeon HD 4830 first look
  2. HardwareZone reviews XFX GeForce 9600 GSO XXX Edition
  3. PC Perspective on GPUs under $70 - HD 4550, HD 4350,
    Galaxy 9500 GT & S3 Chrome 440 GTX
  4. bit-tech reviews Asus VK222H 22" widescreen LCD monitor
  5. TheTechLounge reviews Mitsubishi LaserVue 65" HDTV
  6. TweakTown reviews Microsoft SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard
  7. I4U reviews Microsoft Explorer mouse with BlueTrack
  8. Technic3D reviews Roccat Kone mouse (in German)
  9. Digital Trends reviews Nextar I4-BC GPS
Power, stand, casing, and cooling

  1. Overclockers Club reviews 650W Thermaltake Toughpower QFan PSU
  2. HardwareLogic reviews LapWorks Wizard notebook stand
  3. Legit Reviews on Sunnytek mobile mini backplane
  4. ThinkComputers reviews Vantec Nexstar MX dual bay hard drive enclosure
  5. Tech-Reviews on Noctua U12P CPU cooler
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