Wednesday Shortbread

— 9:10 AM on November 5, 2008


  1. Disney could raise its game with EA
  2. Fudzilla reports 55nm GT200 confirmed, again
  3. The Inquirer reports Nvidia 270 / 290 in deep trouble
  4. FCC clears Google-backed plan on airwaves use
  5. DigiTimes reports TSMC to ramp up 32nm production in 2009
  6. DailyTech reports the French senate passes law to terminate pirates
  7. AMD powers world's first ATI CrossFireX high performance notebook by Alienware
  8. Wired reports hp cuts price on Voodoo PCs
  9. reports ice cold RAM in the works
  10. Digital Trends has holiday preview: digital cameras and camcorders
  11. TheTechLounge's editorial: Nikon's D90 through the eyes of a video pro
  12. Win an XFX 9800 GTX+ Black Edition from Bjorn3D

  1. C|Net reports Core Security finds critical Adobe Reader hole
  2. InfoWorld on multicore: new chips means new challenges
  3. Icrontic introduces Core i7 overclocking calculator NehalemCalc v1.0
  4. Microsoft ranks Windows 7 features most likely to affect app-compatibility
  5. InfoWorld asks, "If Windows is a dead end, what's next?"
  6. SuperSite for Windows on Windows Azure: true blue, or just blue in the face?
  7. Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 3.2 now available
  8. VentureBeat reports Firefox hits 20% market share as Internet Explorer continues to sink
  9. The OpenBSD 4.4 release
  10. The Foundation announces the release of Theora 1.0
  11. Camtasia Studio 6 gets high-def, editing upgrades
  12. ITreviewed on Adobe Photoshop Elements 7

  1. Real taxes for real money made by online game players
  2. Video games to become UK's top entertainment form
  3. Nintendo: why the Wii won't get a price cut
  4. Ars Technica and Maximum PC report EA offers
    customers 36 options in DRM / serial code snafu
  5. Shacknews reports Call of Duty: World at War
    multiplayer beta now open to the Xbox 360 public
  6. Fudzilla reports Fallout 3 to get a patch later this week
  7. GameSpot has The Sims 3 Q&A: dreams, wishes, and improving on The Sims 2
  8. bit-tech reviews Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3
  9. [OC]ModShop reviews Midnight Club Los Angeles

  1. Benchmark Reviews on Asus Eee PC 1000H 160GB netbook
  2. HardwareZone's Core i7 overclocking and graphics performance update
  3. Overclock3D reviews Gigabyte GA-EP45-Extreme
  4. Björn3D reviews ECS P45T-AD3 Black
  5. Phoronix reviews ASRock G43Twins-FullHD
  6. InsideHW reviews Asus M3A79-T Deluxe
  7. ProClockers review 2GB Kingmax Long DIMM DDR3-1600 memory kit

  1. bit-tech, Hardware Secrets, ProClockers, and techPowerUp!
    review Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 X2 2GB
  2. Digit-Life reviews GeForce GTX 260 with 216 stream processors
  3. Overclockers Club reviews XFX GeForce GTX 260 Black Edition
  4. CPU3D reviews Radeon HD 4830 512MB: Sapphire vs. HIS
  5. AMDZone reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4830
  6. reviews EVGA e-GeForce 9600 GSO Superclocked
  7. ThinkComputers reviews Kodak EasyShare V1253 12MP digital camera
  8. TestFreaks review Samsung Epix SGH-i907 smartphone
  9. Hardware Secrets reviews iPod Nano Mono-Chromatic
  10. Digital Trends reviews Mio Moov 310 GPS
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. Technic3D reviews 1200W Xigmatek NRP-HC1201 PSU (in German)
  2. ITreviewed on Antec Skeleton case
  3. Overclock3D reviews Gigabyte 3D Aurora case
  4. XSReviews on GMC R3 Corona case
  5. TweakTown reviews Thermaltake Vi-ON 2.5" USB HDD enclosure
  6. Hardware Bistro reviews Vizo Shuttle ST HDD enclosure
  7. Legit Reviews on OCZ Gladiator Max HDT CPU cooler
  8. DriverHeaven reviews Titan Cool Idol NK75TZ CPU cooler
  9. DragonSteelMods review Gelid Silent Spirit CPU cooler
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