Saturday Shortbread


— 11:44 PM on August 8, 2009

Saturday

  1. DailyTech reports SEC filing shows Google CEO earned
    over $16,000
    in Apple loot, passed on income
  2. C|Net has report: Apple, Google agreed not to poach each other's workers
  3. U.S. government will not get secret company Internet data
  4. Comcast: DOCSIS 3 well ahead of schedule
  5. TheStreet's tech rumor of the day: Oracle, Sun flagged by EU
  6. Ars Technica reports EC criticized for conduct during Intel investigation
  7. X-bit labs report Qimonda to be shut down by the end of the year
  8. Fudzilla talks to Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang; Jensen promises more Ions by Xmas
  9. The NY Times on why customer service is so bad
  10. Slashdot: Apple working on tech to detect purchasers' "abuse"
  11. Apple tablet PC could take in $1.2 billion
  12. DailyTech reports MacBook Pro users complain of poor HD performance, random beeping
  13. Donanim Haber reports AMD preps 795 GX chipset and
    Sapphire to launch Radeon HD 4650 AGP (in Turkish)
  14. HotHardware reports OCZ and Indilinx collaborate on new SSD garbage collection scheme
  15. TechFlash on Amazon's A9: Rumors of its death are greatly
    exaggerated and first glimpse of a Microsoft store
  16. LA Times reports DVD business down but not out for biggest titles
  17. Gizmodo on a 3D etch-a-sketch
  18. eWeek reports Large Hadron Collider to run at half power
Software

  1. Betanews reports Windows XP SP3 runs browsers 13% faster than Windows 7 RTM
  2. Release documents for Windows 7
  3. Miscellaneous changes in Windows 7
  4. The Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) for Windows 7
  5. Digital Trends and SuperSite for Windows review Windows 7
  6. Web citizens trying to kill Internet Explorer 6
  7. PC Perspective has ATI Stream vs. Nvidia CUDA: GPGPU computing battle royale
  8. GeForce 190.38 WHQL vs 190.56 beta comparison
  9. C|Net reports Microsoft joins HTML 5 standard fray in earnest
  10. How will Silverlight 'light up' Microsoft's Web-based Office apps?
  11. Ars Technica reports new WebGL standard aims for 3D web without browser plugins
Gaming

  1. Joystiq reports Best Buy testing price matching of used games
  2. IndustryGamers' feature: Activision's Rise to Glory
  3. Shacknews reports QuakeCon 2009 schedule released
    and Dragon Age: Origins officially delayed
  4. Kotaku reports Valve studying sign language for deaf Half-Life character
  5. Quake Live gets QuakeCon update
  6. The latest on Battlefield 2 v1.50
  7. The latest on Final Fantasy XIV
  8. MMO documentary "Second Skin" debuts in theaters
  9. Gaming Heaven reviews Fallout 3: Mothership Zeta (PC)
  10. Direct2Drive has Fallout 3 on sale for $24.95 until Sunday
  11. Steam's weekend deal: Save 75% on 10 top indie hits
Systems and storage

  1. DriverHeaven reviews Mesh Slayer Elemental system
  2. HardwareZone's first look at hp Mini 5101
  3. Maximum PC has your hardware exposed: 22 PC parts bare all
  4. Expreview's overclocking test of Pentium E6500K: Intel's new secret weapon
  5. TweakTown reviews ASRock X58 Extreme
  6. Björn3D tests 60GB OCZ Vertex & 128GB Agility
  7. DriverHeaven's SSDs roundup - August 2009
  8. TestFreaks review 500GB ioSafe Solo rugged USB external hard drive
Multimedia, power, cases, and cooling

  1. NordicHardware: RV830(?) - RV770 + DirectX11, X2 part to use SFR
    (scissor frame rendering mode) and the 5 flavors of GT300
  2. LostCircuits on Nvidia GeForce GTX 280
  3. Digital Trends reviews Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b headphones
  4. InsideHW reviews Logitech G13 Advanced Gameboard
  5. Technic3D reviews 550W OCZ Fatal1ty PSU (in German)
  6. OC3D reviews Thermaltake Element G case
  7. OverclockersHQ reviews Thermaltake Element T case
  8. Big Bruin reviews CoolIT Domino A.L.C.
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