Thursday Shortbread

— 3:33 AM on March 5, 2009


  1. Microsoft's Ballmer puts positive spin on future of IT
  2. Bloomberg reports Activision will consider acquisitions amid recession
  3. DigiTimes: Third quarter to be key period for notebook market, says Inventec CEO
  4. Statement from Time Warner Cable on DNS issues in southern California
  5. Intel dubs 2009 'The year of 10Gb Ethernet'
  6. PCGH on 16 virtual cores in a desktop PC: Asus presents
    ATX motherboard with two LGA 1366 sockets
  7. VR-Zone reports Asus explains Marine Cool boards features
  8. Fudzilla reports OCZ shows a working 1TB SSD
  9. The Inquirer reports Charlie loses his heart to a Thermaltake case
  10. HardwareZone covers CeBIT 2009: Asus
  11. CPU3D and DriverHeaven cover CeBIT 2009
  12. Sapphire's Adrian Thompson talks shop
  13. Ars Technica: Hackintosh sector undeterred by Apple product refreshes
  14. TG Daily reports virtual reality cocoon promises full sensory experience
  15. Blockbuster seeks debt overhaul, shares halted
  16. YouTube and Universal talk on music video site: sources
  17. ZillionTV promises unlimited TV through targeted ads
  18. Wired reports Flickr video goes HD and opens to everyone
  19. TorrentFreak reports MPAA study links piracy to gangs and terrorists

  1. Try the Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 SP2 RC2 today
  2. PCGH reports Windows 7 to be released in Q1 2010
  3. Microsoft hedges its Windows 7 beta with new IE 8 'removal' option
  4. SuperSite for Windows on Windows 7 build 7048 and saying goodbye to iPhone
  5. AnandTech: A peek at Windows 7 RC1 part II: Hardware changes and more
  6. Microsoft Windows 7 IT pro guides
  7. Microsoft: You can absolutely run Office 14 on Windows XP (MSFT)
  8. Ars Technica offers opinion: Windows 7's UAC is a broken mess; mend it or end it
  9. Firefox 3.0.7 release notes
  10. Firefox 3.1 beta 3 to be released on March 10
  11. Beyond3D reports Ahead Nero gets CUDA support for video encoding
  12. Phoronix reports AMD dropping R300-R500 support in Catalyst driver

  1. Capcom: "Retail is falling away"
  2. Gamasutra on experiments and innovations: The EA Approach
  3. PCGH reports Stormrise first DX10 only game - Interview with lead designer
  4. Eurogamer has Empire multiplayer campaign details
  5. TechFlash reports Microsoft hints at more 'Halo'
  6. Inside Bioware Corp. - The creators of world's best RPGs (video)
  7. Shacknews has Need for Speed: Shift hands-on preview
  8. bit-tech reviews Halo Wars
  9. Gaming Heaven reviews Silent Hill: Homecoming (Xbox 360 & PS3)
Systems and storage

  1. AnandTech: World's fastest notebook... coming soon
  2. VR-Zone reviews Asus 1000HE
  3. Hardware-Infos: Phenom II X4 800 to 6MB L3 cache unlock (write-up in German)
  4. Fudzilla reports first Core i7 920 D0 overclock results are promising
  5. HotHardware reviews Asus P6T6 WS Revolution
  6. Phoronix reviews ASRock N7AD-SLI
  7. Overclockers Club reviews Sapphire Pure PC-AM2RS790GX 790GX motherboard
  8. Legit Reviews on ECS A780GM-A Ultra Black Series
  9. Futurelooks reviews 1TB Seagate FreeAgent Desk for Mac
  10. TechwareLabs review 128GB Patriot Warp SSD
  11. ThinkComputers and TweakTown review 64GB Super Talent Luxio Series USB flash drive
  12. CCE Reviews on 64GB Patriot Xporter Magnum USB flash drive
  13. Overclockers Club reviews Synology DS408
  14. Björn3D reviews Synology DS209+
  15. X-bit labs on an affordable home NAS: D-Link DNS-313 review

  1. Hardware-Aktuell: First GeForce GT 102M tested at CeBIT (in German)
  2. reviews Asus ENGTX260 HTDP 896M
  3. Hard Tecs 4U reviews Nvidia GeForce GTS 250 (in German)
  4. X-bit labs tries gaming on HTPC: Inexpensive graphics cards performance review
  5. PCShopTalk on AMD Radeon HD 4830 CrossFire video card setup
  6. Guru3D reviews HIS HD 4650 512MB iSilence4
  7. Clutch Kills reviews Samsung 2233rz 120Hz LCD monitor
  8. Digital Trends reviews Pioneer Elite SC-07 receiver
  9. HardwareZone reviews HTC Dream
  10. Hi Tech Legion reviews iharmonix Platinum i-Series ear buds
  11. Arm3D and XSReviews on Mionix Saiph 3200 mouse
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. TweakTown reviews 1100W Topower PowerBird Special Edition power supply
  2. I4U reviews Medis 24/7 PowerPack fuel cell
  3. FiringSquad reviews Thermaltake Element S case
  4. Hardware Canucks review Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package case
  5. bit-tech reviews SilverStone Sugo SG03 enclosure
  6. Alien Babel Tech reviews Cooler Master Storm Sniper case
  7. TweakPC reviews Tagan A+ El Diablo Advance case with huge fans (in German)
  8. X-bit labs review Scythe Mugen 2 and Thermalright AXP-140 coolers
  9. Overclocker Café reviews Cooler Master Hyper N520 cooler
  10. Viper Lair reviews Thermaltake V1AX Socket 1366 cooler
  11. XtremeComputing reviews Thermaltake V14Pro CPU cooler
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