Friday Shortbread


— 1:17 AM on March 27, 2009

Friday

  1. DSL Reports: AT&T says it won't boot P2P users
  2. The Inquirer reports Palit retreats from the US
  3. The Official Google Blog: Changes to our sales and marketing organizations
  4. Google waiting on acquisitions
  5. Best Buy: Quarter better than expected
  6. Apple schedules developers event for June
  7. TG Daily reports Apple sued over iTunes, App Store, and iPhone's camera
  8. Techdirt reports music industry folks worried about iTunes variable pricing
  9. VR-Zone on Photofast G-Monster PCIe SSD by MobileMode
  10. MSI's first ever graphics card to equip SuperPipe technology - N285GTX SuperPipe
  11. Editorial: All your PC boutiques are belong to China
Software

  1. Microsoft accidentally confirms Windows 7 RC coming in May
  2. Microsoft's new ad campaign goes recessionista chic
  3. The Microsoft Exchange Team blog: OST sizing guidance changes
  4. SDTimes reports cheaters turn to Web to game certification system
  5. Users already honing their IE 9 wish lists
  6. IE 8 best at blocking malware sites, says study
  7. Ars Technica reports location awareness spreads to Opera browser
  8. Skype for iPhone to be released as early as next week
  9. ComputerWorld reports Google plans 5th birthday present for Gmail users
  10. Slashdot reports Google Voice fixes security flaws, almost
Gaming

  1. New Nvidia Apex technology accelerates physics creation pipeline for content developers
  2. Hi Tech Legion has a first look at Nvidia's Apex
  3. Ars Technica reports mobile 3D gaming revolution leaving Wintel behind
  4. Amazon: Trade in games and get $20 off select new releases
  5. Ubisoft brings the hits to GOG.com
  6. Stardock throws GOO on DRM
  7. Far Cry 2 - 50% off on Steam
  8. Shacknews reports Wolfenstein 3D coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
  9. Planet Command & Conquer: C&C heading to iPhone?
  10. Eurogamer reports Bungie far from done with Halo 3
  11. Battlefield Heroes: Following this morning's communication
  12. God of War III trailer
  13. AnandTech on Nintendo's development secrets, cloud gaming & new Killer NIC - GDC 09
  14. Shacknews: Lead Blizzard dev outlines 9 WoW quest problems
    and Metal Gear creator: 'I want to make the impossible'
    and why Hellgate: London failed and how developer Flagship got flagshipped
  15. The 9th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards winners announced
  16. 2009 Independent Games Festival Awards winners announced
  17. Empire: Total War update released
  18. hardCOREware's TV show review: WCG Ultimate Gamer
Systems and storage

  1. HardwareZone: AMD's Yukon platform and the hp Pavilion dv2 unveiled
  2. Digital Trends on hp Firebird 802
  3. InsideHW reviews Acer Aspire One D150
  4. Hardware Secrets reviews Gigabyte GA-EX58-Extreme
  5. Ninjalane reviews DFI LANParty Jr. X58 T3H6
  6. Technic3D reviews MSI DKA790GX Platinum (in German)
  7. ASE Labs review 4GB Kingston HyperX PC2-8500 memory kit
  8. SilentPCReview on 2TB WD Caviar Green & 500GB Seagate Pipeline HD: Two very quiet drives
  9. Legit Reviews on Asus SDRW-08D1S-UM external DVD-RW USB 2.0 slim drive
Multimedia

  1. Motherboards.org reviews Nvidia Quadro CX
  2. Hexus.net reviews XFX Radeon HD 4870 X2
  3. Neoseeker reviews Sapphire Vapor-X HD 4870 1GB
  4. Hartware reviews Asus EAH4850 and EAH4870 Matrix (in German)
  5. Hi Tech Legion reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 512MB
  6. TweakTown reviews Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ OC
  7. Phoronix reviews PowerColor HD 4650 SCS3 512MB
  8. techPowerUp! reviews HIS HD 4650 iSilence 512MB
  9. Digital Trends reviews Marantz SR6003 A/V receiver
  10. XSReviews on Speedlink Mini Chat keyboard
  11. Frag the Planet: Flatten your Ratpadz mouse pad
  12. PureOverclock reviews ATP PhotoFinder Mini
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Björn3D reviews 750W Antec True Power New PSU
  2. Verdis Reviews on Nox Coolbay HX case
  3. TweakPC reviews GMC R4 Bulldozer case (in German)
  4. CowcotLand reviews Thermaltake Element S case (in French)
  5. TweakTown reviews Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 cooler
  6. Overclockers Club reviews Thermaltake ProWater 880i
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