Wednesday Shortbread

— 1:00 AM on January 14, 2009


  1. Yahoo names software exec Carol Bartz as new CEO
  2. Yahoo CEO pick makes Microsoft (search) deal more likely
  3. Psystar: We bought Mac OS fair and square
  4. TG Daily on ruling: Amazon and Overstock must pay out-of-state sales tax in New York
  5. Microsoft: We are expanding, not killing, the Zune
  6. Will Sony post a loss this year?
  7. [H]ard|OCP: Ask an Intel solid state drive engineer
  8. Intel reportedly cutting prices; Pacific Crest cuts estimates
  9. DigiTimes reports Intel Atom N280 netbooks to hit the market between 2Q09 and 3Q09
  10. Lenovo H200 puts Atom chip in fan-less desktop
  11. Engadget: Shuttle's X50 all-in-one desktop pulls up alongside the Eee Top
  12. Fudzilla reports Lucid can scale with 2 GPUs close to linear
  13. Seagate Barracuda drives failing en masse?
  14. Lego to offer digital camera, MP3 player & more
  15. HotHardware and Futurelooks cover CES 2009
  16. Futureloooks covers CES 2009: Antec and YUBZ
  17. Newegg has Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2 for $399.99 with $50 mail-in rebate

  1. Microsoft security bulletin summary for January 2009
  2. InfoWorld reports Microsoft issues first Windows 7 beta patch
  3. How to get Windows 7 Beta 1 scot-free
  4. Installing the Windows 7 beta with Virtual PC 2007 SP1
  5. The bumper list of Windows 7 secrets
  6. SuperSite for Windows on evaluating the Windows 7 Beta for Business
    and Windows 7 feature focus: Aero Shake
  7. Microsoft Exchange 14 video
  8. TC Magazine reports Diskeeper officially intros the HyperFast SSD optimizer
  9. Nvidia PhysX WHQL driver 9.09.0010
  10. Benchmark Reviews on AMD Fusion Media Explorer tool
  11. Tech ARP's editorial: installing DirectX 9 can & will kill DirectX 10

  1. C|Net: Next big PS3 price cut set for April?
    and piracy prompts iPhone developer to put ads in game
  2. C&C Red Alert 3: Uprising clarifications
  3. Left 4 Dead PC patch expected this week
  4. Mirror's Edge patch 1.0.1 now available
  5. bit-tech and Gaming Heaven review Mirror's Edge
  6. Could World of Warcraft be a college class?
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Phoronix reviews Dell Inspiron 1525 notebook
  2. InsideHW reviews Toshiba Tecra R10-10S
  3.'s first look: Lenovo give you more screenspace with the ThinkPad W700ds
  4. Legit Reviews: Nvidia Ion platform benchmark preview
  5. Phenom II X4 940 overclocked to 6.3GHz
  6. HardwareZone has AMD's Dragon unleashed - overclocking the Phenom II
  7. Madshrimps have Foxconn X58 Quantum Force BloodRage overclocking test
  8. Hard Tecs 4U reviews 256GB G.Skill Titan solid state drive (in German)
  9. The TechZone reviews TrendNet TEW-637AP wireless Easy-N-Upgrader

  1. Ultimate Hardware reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4830
  2. Overclockers Club reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4550
  3. XSReviews on XFX GeForce 9800 GTX+ Black
  4. Digital Trends reviews Epson Artisan 800 and has 10 best photo printers reviewed
  5. TweakTown reviews Asus Xonar Essence STX
  6. TheTechLounge reviews SumoLounge Chief Rocker
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Overclock3D improves its PSU testing equipment with a SunMoon SM-268 ATE load tester
  2. DriverHeaven reviews Arctic Cooling Fusion 550R PSU
  3. Hardware Secrets reviews Lian Li PC-888 case
  4. CowcotLand reviews NOX Coolbay HX case (in French)
  5. Guru3D and Hardware Canucks review CoolIT Domino A.L.C.
  6. CPU3D reviews OCZ Gladiator (Max) CPU cooler
  7. PCShopTalk reviews GlacialTech UFO V51 CPU cooler
  8. Technic3D reviews Cooler Master Hyper Z600 (in German)
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