April Fool's Day Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on April 1, 2009

April Fool's Day

  1. X-bit labs report Nvidia threats it could ban Larrabee from entering the market
  2. TG Daily reports Intel responds officially to Nehalem power concerns
  3. Fudzilla reports Radeon HD 4770 to launch in week 19 (after May 4th)
    and Seagate to launch 2TB next month
  4. MSI U115 Hybrid with an amazing 16 hours battery life
  5. hp's "Chameleon" concept laptop designed to surf the web, avoid predators
  6. DigiTimes reports hp to launch 13.3" CULV notebooks in 2Q09, sources say
  7. hp considering Android netbooks: report
  8. EETimes reports GlobalFoundries promises stability for Dresden location
  9. Hitachi executive indicted in LCD price-fixing scheme
  10. Seeking Alpha reports Jim Cramer sees no catalyst for Comcast
  11. Ericsson pushes HSPA world record to 56Mbps
  12. BetaNews reports YouTube wins out in the race against Hulu for ABC content
  13. Ars Technica reports "Billion Dollar Charlie" takes on the RIAA
  14. HardwareZone: Sony's latest business projectors revealed
  15. AMD case study: How not to use social media
  16. Deal of the day: Intel boxed Core i7 920 processor for $199.99 (thanks twizttid13)
Software and gaming

  1. SuperSite for Windows reports world preps for Conficker attack
  2. Microsoft updates: KB969058 and KB967760
  3. Why can't Windows shut down promptly?
  4. The EVGA SLI enhancement patch
  5. Everest v5.01 is now available
  6. DailyTech reports Sony offers PS2 for $99
  7. Sony: PS3 will secure Blu-ray format
  8. VentureBeat reports game industry executives react
    to OnLive video games on demand announcement
  9. EA releases general DRM de-authorization tool
  10. Underwater Hunters in U-Wars takes aim at Nvidia PhysX technology
  11. 16-bit classic military madness comes to PSN, XBLA, WiiWare
  12. Primotech posts video of The Game Developers Choice Awards 2009
  13. Gaming Heaven reviews The Last Remnant (PC)
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Digital Trends reviews Alienware Area-51 X58 and Fujitsu LifeBook U820
  2. DriverHeaven reviews Asus G71V gaming laptop
  3. Legit Reviews on Intel's Xeon X5570 and E5520 Gainestown processors
  4. iXBT Labs review Intel Xeon "Nehalem" X5560
  5. Hardware Secrets has Core Duo and Solo models decoder ring
  6. Techgage reviews Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4P
  7. FiringSquad reviews Sapphire Pure CrossFireX 790GX
  8. Legit Reviews on 6GB Corsair DDR3-1866 Dominator GT memory kit
  9. techPowerUp! reviews 2GB Mushkin Ascent XP3-14400 CL8 memory kit
  10. InsideHW reviews 32GB Silicon Power eSATA / USB SSD
  11. Modders-Inc reviews Synology DS209+ NAS
  12. TweakTown reviews Asus WL-500g Premium V2 multi-function wireless router
  13. TechReviewSource on D-Link DIR-825 Xtreme N dual band Gigabit router

  1. Techgage reviews Asus ENGTX285 TOP
  2. TweakPC's GeForce GTX 275 benchmark and performance preview (in German)
  3. CPU3D reviews Gigabyte GeForce GTS 250 OC
  4. Ultimate Hardware reviews EVGA GeForce GTS 250
  5. Björn3D reviews Thecus M3800 Stream Box
  6. Big Bruin reviews Argosy HV675 MediaPlay HDMI media player
  7. Verdis Reviews on XTracPads Fat Mat
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. TechReviews on 650W Antec Signature PSU
  2. Technic3D reviews 600W OCZ ModXStream Pro PSU (in German)
  3. ThinkComputers reviews NZXT Zero 2 case
  4. HardwareLogic reviews SilverStone Raven RV01 case
  5. XSReviews on In Win X-Fighter case
  6. TheTechLounge reviews Cooler Master Sileo 500 case
  7. techPowerUp! reviews In Win Na eSATA & USB enclosure
  8. Madshrimps test Mushkin eXtreme Performance liquid
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