Thursday Shortbread

— 1:34 PM on July 16, 2009


  1. Stocks, oil surge on Intel-driven recovery hopes
  2. TheStreet's tech rumor of the day: Don't buy the Intel rally
  3. The Inquirer reports Intel is not doing as well as it appears
  4. Ars Technica on Intel's gain, Dell's pain as PC market coasts along bottom
  5. Palm shares sink after Apple closes iTunes sync
  6. Microsoft's fiscal 2010 battle cry: Growing our share
  7. Microsoft: Apple wanted 'Laptop Hunters' ads pulled
  8. Microsoft stores to open near Apple stores this fall
  9. TechFlash reports cracked Kindle prompts lawsuit versus
  10. Bright Side of News reports Marvel 88SE9123 SATA 6G chips to be pulled
    from P55 boards and Intel 32nm Core i3 / i5 (finally) kills the analog VGA port
  11. NordicHardware reports 3 Lynnfield models at launch, 2 branded as Core i7
  12. DailyTech reports AMD defends CPU performance against Facebook complaints
  13. [H]ard|OCP reports AMD Phenom II TWKR BE only $7,100 on eBay
  14. reports Asus adds more (battery) life to Eee PC with the Seashell series
  15. DigiTimes reports eMachines launches an Atom-based all-in-one PC
  16. Expreview reports MSI N260GTX Lighning reaches 1.1GHz core
    clock speed and Asus readies up another Radeon HD 4870
  17. Fudzilla reports Nvidia could have beaten ATI with 40nm introduction
  18. AnandTech on exploring input lag inside and out
  19. 'The Hobbit' heirs seek $220 million for 'Rings' rights


  1. MacNN reports iTunes 8.2.1 breaks Palm Pre sync
  2. Installing (European) E editions of Windows 7
  3. Read the fine print in Microsoft's new application platform license
  4. Another company signs Linux patent-protection deal with Microsoft
  5. SuperSite for Windows covers WPC09 day 2: Ballmer, Windows Azure pricing, Windows Mobile
  6. Mozilla security blog: Critical JavaScript vulnerability in Firefox 3.5
  7. FiringSquad reports Nvidia ForceWare 190.38 beta driver released
  8. MVK Tech releases NiBiTor v5.1
  9. Popfly shutting down
  10. Digital Trends on best free alternatives to commercial software

  1. Pachther: Apple prepping game console for 2013 launch
  2. Spall: Xbox 720 and PS4 will be browser-based
  3. Dyack: Single platform future (for video gaming) is 'inevitable'
  4. FiringSquad reports Capcom announces ship date for Resident Evil PC; 3D benchmark
  5. Forced to connect: Ars Technica reports C&C 4 requires always-on Internet
  6. VE3D reports Red Faction: Guerilla PC release date & system
    requirements announced; DX10 screenshots released
  7. Shacknews has Trine interview: Frozenbyte on pricing, online co-op, future projects, and more
  8. Blizzard being suspected of illegal joint venture, WoW facing suspension forever in China
  9. The Demoman on Fuel
  10. Team Fortress 2: A collection of avatars
  11. Download patch 1.12 for Red Alert 3
  12. Steam news: Counter-Strike 1.6 and RailWorks updates released
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. C|Net: Intel Core i7 laptops coming--or already here?
  2. FiringSquad's summer 2009 PC buyer's guide
  3. TechReviews UK on Asus Eee Box B204
  4. HotHardware reviews Asus Eee PC T91 swivel-screen tablet netbook
  5. Phoronix on netbook performance: Ubuntu vs. OpenSolaris
  6. AnandTech's lab update: Celeron E1500 in bench, Twitter & AT redesign
  7. Ninjalane on installing a Core i7 LGA 1366 processor
  8. Tech ARP adds 2 BIOS features to its BIOS guide
  9. DriverHeaven's X58 motherboards roundup - July 2009
  10. CPU3D reviews ASRock P45X3 Deluxe
  11. TechwareLabs on hacking Seagate's 1.5TB drive to turn it into a Velociraptor Killer
  12. Björn3D on making an NTFS USB boot disk
  13. HardwareLogic reviews 2TB Seagate Barracuda LP
  14. TheTechLounge reviews 16GB Corsair Flash Voyager GT USB thumb drive
  15. VR-Zone reviews Netgear N150 WNR1000 wireless router

  1. Dr. Dobb's: Reinventing ray tracing
  2. OC3D reviews Asus ENGTX275 896MB
  3. Digital Trends reviews Canon PowerShot SD970 IS
  4. TweakTown on Hypersonic Sound (HSS) technology: Reinventing sound
  5. Verdis Reviews on MSI SyrenSpeaker Mini
  6. Digital Trends reviews Sony Ericsson W995a
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. [H] Enthusiast reviews 1250W Enermax Galaxy Evo PSU
  2. XtremeComputing reviews 910W PC Power and Cooling Quad Silencer PSU
  3. Technic3D reviews 750W Seventeam ST 750Z-AF PSU (in German)
  4. OverclockersHQ reviews AeroCool Touch-2000 LCD touch screen fan controler
  5. ProClockers review Cooler Master Notepal X2 notebook cooler
  6. compares Cooler Master Hyper N520 vs. Scythe Mugen 2 vs. Xigmatek Achilles S1284C
  7. DeXgo: Bitspower EIX58NSC installation on EVGA's X58 Classified (in German)
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