Friday Shortbread

— 3:38 AM on May 29, 2009


  1. Dell, its quarterly earnings down 63%, predicts recovery
  2. DSLReports on Time Warner metered billing TOS changes
  3. Comcast about to launch 100Mbps Internet?
  4. FiringSquad reports new HDMI spec adds Ethernet capabilities
  5. VR-Zone reports MSI introduced GT729 gaming laptop
  6. Dell aspires to be top Asia PC brand by 2012
  7. DailyTech reports Dell unveils Studio 14z notebook
  8. TG Daily reports hp considers ARM processor for netbooks
  9. Fudzilla reports Phenom II X2 550 for $102
  10. ATi-Forum: Gainward to stay AMD / ATI partner (write-up in German)
  11. MacNN reports Apple to renovate 100 existing storefronts
  12. Scientific American on racetrack memory: The future third dimension of data storage
  13. PCPer podcast #58
  14. Guru3D's contest #3 - The Dragon challenge

  1. SuperSite for Windows has Bing preview
  2. Woz: Microsoft Bing 'astounding'
  3. SuperSite Blog: Inside the Touch Pack for Windows 7: Lagoon
  4. C|Net reports Microsoft to patch new DirectX hole
  5. Betanews on 5 Vista perception problems Windows 7 must overcome
  6. Tech ARP: Downgrade rights for Windows 7 & Windows Vista leaked
  7. WSUS 3.0 SP2 RC program now available on Microsoft Connect
  8. Operations Manager 2007 R2 hits RTM
  9. Silverlight 3 to launch July 10
  10. TechFlash: Could Microsoft cut your TV bill?
  11. Ars Technica reports iTunes on the Mac plays nice with Palm Pre—for now (updated)
  12. Developer World: Mozilla Jetpack and the battle for the web
  13. Slashdot: KOffice 2.0.0 now open for Firefox-like extensions
  14. PC World reports Hulu releases software client for Mac, PC
  15. DOSBox 0.73 has been released

  1. Opinion: The PC as champion of the game revolution
  2. FiringSquad reports Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine announced
  3. Shacknews: Doom iPhone details and screenshots arrive as id's Carmack muses future plans
  4. Valve: Team Fortress 2 random-item issues improved last night
  5. GossipGamers have StarCraft II details, fansite summit, screens & more
  6. GameSpot's Q&A: Dean Tate on BioShock 2
  7. Empire: Total War strategy guide
Systems and storage

  1. Engadget reports liquid helium trumps liquid nitrogen at AMD's Phenom II overclocking love-in
  2. Digital Trends on blurring the line between netbook and notebook
  3. VIA Arena: Introducing Shuttle's VIA Nano-powered XS29 SFF PC
  4. ITreviewed on hp Pavilion dv2
  5. Inside the Asus Eee PC 1008HA (in Italian)
  6. TechwareLabs review Core 2 Quad Q9400
  7. [H] Enthusiast reviews Asus Rampage II Gene
  8. PureOverclock reviews 6GB OCZ Reaper DDR3-1866 kit
  9. Technic3D reviews 6GB G.Skill Trident DDR3-2000 CL9 memory kit (in German)
  10. HotHardware: Windows 7 hard drive and SSD performance analyzed
  11. Hardware Secrets: Install an SSD and improve your
    laptop speed, reliability, and battery life – part 2
  12. Benchmark Reviews on 128GB Patriot Torqx MLC SSD
Multimedia, case, and cooling

  1. Legit Reviews on Cyberlink MediaShow Espresso GPGPU performance
  2. FiringSquad reviews Gigabyte GV-N275UD-896H
  3. Neoseeker reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4890 Atomic
  4. Tweaknews and Ultimate Hardware review Sapphire Radeon HD 4770
  5. APH Networks on V-Moda Vibe II earphones
  6. HardwareZone previews Samsung I8910 Omnia HD
  7. TechFragments on world's most expensive mouse
  8. TechReviews UK on XTracPads Hybrid gaming mouse pad
  9. InsideHW reviews Thermaltake Spedo chassis
  10. Overclockers Club reviews Kingwin XT-1264 CPU cooler
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