Wednesday Shortbread

— 7:15 AM on January 28, 2009


  1. Yahoo! posts net loss but beats expectations
  2. C|Net reports Bartz wants Yahoo! whole, not sold as piece parts
  3. Akihabara News reports Fujitsu to discontinue HDD head business
  4. C|Net reports EU court rejects Intel bid for delay
  5. Lawmakers mull Internet, wireless tax credits
  6. TG Daily reports IBM to pay shareholders cash dividend after layoffs
  7. Ex-IBM exec to go to Apple as lawsuit settled
  8. TechRadar UK shares a rumor: Google to buy Skype
  9. DailyTech reports Facebook pulls away from MySpace in traffic
  10. Ars Technica's hands-on: Noovo, a confused social discovery service
  11. Fudzilla reports full-disk encryption coming
    and AM3 performance is not great
  12. [H]ard|OCP reports Galaxy Tech video cards now selling at Best Buy
  13. Gizmodo reports DSTL1 Android smartphone is Battlestar Galactica's iPhone
    and Prism 200 lets you see through walls
  14. One small step for a man, one giant leap for teleportation

  1. Linux Foundation opens registration for annual collaboration summit,
    posts call for participation for LinuxCon 2009
  2. Ctrl-Z: a return to the Supreme Court's software patent ban?
  3. C|Net reports Gmail grows up with offline e-mail access
  4. Gizmodo's Windows 7 tip: The Windows key is actually useful now, with tons of hotkey shortcuts
  5. InfoWorld reports Microsoft repeats IE8 lock-in warning for XP users with SP3
  6. The Inquirer reports Torvalds warns of Windows 7 threat
  7. Windows 2008 R2 features part I: offline domain join
  8. Microsoft releases source code under Apache license
  9. Phoronix on Intel Moblin V2 Core Alpha: It boots fast
  10. GameDaily reports morpheme 2.0 with PhysX releases
  11. Gizmodo reports iPhone 2.2.1 update available now, fixes bugs
  12. tkArena on DVDVideoSoft’s free video to iPhone converter
    and converting MP3s to audiobook files for the iPhone

  1. Xbox Live is 'proverbial gold mine' for Netflix, says analyst
  2. Microsoft: Windows still a "first-class gaming platform"
  3. Rumor: PSP 2 coming soon
  4. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War multiplayer beta open to all
  5. F.E.A.R. 2 goes gold
  6. Empire: Total War release date and minimum specs confirmed
  7. Crysis Warhead patch - coming soon
  8. bit-tech on abandonware: The ethics and essentials
  9. Tech ARP's editorial: Nvidia GeForce & Fallout 3
  10. Study StarCraft for college
Systems and storage

  1. TheTechLounge reviews Dell Inspiron Mini 9
  2. InsideHW reviews Asus G71V notebook
  3. CdrInfo reviews Shuttle X2700B PC
  4. AnandTech on Core 2 Quad 9550S: A new 65W quad-core
  5. ATi-Forum: Phenom II X4 910 / DDR3 platform tested (write-up in German)
  6. Hard Tecs 4U's Core 2 processors roundup (in German)
  7. Viper Lair reviews MSI X58 Platinum
  8. Legit Reviews on Asus M4A79T Deluxe
  9. FiringSquad reviews Asus P6T
  10. reviews Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3R
  11. t-break reviews ECS A780GM-A Ultra
  12. TweakTown reviews 3GB CSX Diablo DDR3-2000 3GB triple channel kit
  13. EOC reviews Kingston KHX16000D3K3/3GX triple channel kit
  14. PureOverclock reviews 4GB Patriot Viper DDR3-2000 memory kit
  15. PC Perspective reviews 250GB OCZ Apex Series SSD
  16. CdrInfo reviews LiteOn iHAS422 22x and Slimtype eSAU208 external DVD-RW drives

  1. The Inquirer reports GTX 295 weakness revealed
  2. Guru3D reviews BFG Tech GeForce GTX 285 OCX
  3. HardwareLogic reviews EVGA GeForce GTX 285 SSC
  4. Björn3D reviews XFX GeForce GTX 285 XXX
  5. ITreviewed on Nvidia GeForce GTX 285
  6. Big Bruin's ATI Catalyst driver release 8.12 hotfix HD 4850 X2 test
  7. HardwareZone reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 1GB Toxic
  8. TechReviewSource on 16GB Cowon S9 touch-screen MP3 player
Power, case, and cooling

  1. Modders-Inc reviews 750W Thermaltake Toughpower cable management power supply
  2. Overclockers Club reviews 600W OCZ ModXStream Pro PSU
  3. Overclock3D reviews 500W OCZ ModXStream Pro PSU
  4. bit-tech reviews Scythe Fenris Wolf chassis
  5. ThinkComputers reviews Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro CPU cooler
  6. CdrInfo's LGA 1366 CPU coolers roundup
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