Monday Shortbread

— 8:14 AM on August 10, 2009


  1. DigiTimes reports Intel x86 market share rose to 80% in 2Q09 and
    DDR3 prices up by double-digits in 1H August, says DRAMeXchange
  2. The Washington Post reports cybersecurity official resigns
  3. WSJ reports Publicis to buy Razorfish
  4. TechCrunch: Which search engine do you choose in the blind test?
  5. What is the real reason Dell is discontinuing 12" netbooks?
  6. Expreview reports Intel's roadmap reveals 32nm Clarkdale specs
    and Nvidia licenses SLI technology to Intel's P55 motherboards
  7. Fudzilla reports Western Digital readies 2TB 7200 RPM drive
    and next round of iMacs will get Blu-ray
  8. Engadget reports Sony laptops can't use Windows 7's XP mode due to disabled HW virtualization
  9. Ars Technica: Despite Intel hype, Atom-based MIDs are a retail no-show
  10. reports Active Media Products ships 1.8" PATA ZIF SSD upgrade for hp Mini
  11. Donanim Haber on world's most expensive SSD storage: $4.4 million (in Turkish)
  12. Inpai reports Radeon HD 4750 will have 2 different PCBs
  13. TG Daily reports Toshiba caves in and joins Blu-ray camp
  14. Engadget reports walls are no longer a limitation for U-verse with new RF Point Anywhere remote
  15. C|Net on the short, troubled life of SpiralFrog
  16. Today's deals: $80 off and $79.99 off Asus Eee PC 1005HA netbooks (both with free shipping)

  1. Editorial: It's time to get rid of Windows
  2. TweakTown's Windows 7 (Final OEM) vs. Vista VGA performance comparison
  3. SuperSite for Windows has Windows 7 screenshots: Starter Edition
  4. Tested: 5 web browsers you've never heard of
  5. TestFreaks review Diskeeper 2009 Professional
  6. DH guide: Photoshop & textures
  7. PC World reports Google Voice can sneak onto iPhone
  8. VirtualBox 3.0.4
  9. Nvidia Linux display driver - x86 v185.18.31

  1. Inside Crytek - Alex McCarthy - gameplay programmer
  2. Ars Technica: Pleasing the hardcore (and casual) racing fans in DiRT 2
  3. Joystiq reports Madden 10 DLC lets you buy injury
    healing, retirement prevention, 'Elite Status,' more
  4. Eurogamer's retrospective: Command & Conquer - The Tiberian Saga
  5. Linux Today's complete guide: Configure and customize ioQuake3 in Linux
  6. Shacknews on video games to be released this week
  7. GameTrailers have Wolfenstein Zeppelin Bloodbath gameplay trailer
  8. BioShock 2 teaser follows through, clues found on beach
Systems and storage

  1. Laptop reviews MSI X600
  2. Engadget reports Intel's Core i5 750 spotted in the box, hastily removed and photographed
  3. AnandTech's MSI P55-GD80 pictorial preview
  4. TweakTown's MSI P55-GD65 video unboxing and preview
  5. Björn3D and Guru3D preview Asus P7P55D Deluxe
  6. OCC reviews G.Skill F3-12800CL8T-6GBHK memory kit
  7. Madshrimps have DDR3 roundup: New Elpida-powered kits from OCZ, Mushkin, and Corsair
  8. CCE Reviews on Corsair P64 SSD
  9. PCStats reviews Plextor PX-B310U external BD writer
  10. Benchmark Reviews on Patriot Corza NAS

  1. Expreview's quick test of the most powerful GTX 260 from Zotac
  2. Ultimate Hardware reviews PowerColor Radeon HD 4730 PCS
  3. InsideHW reviews Asus 22T1E display
  4. Björn3D reviews Razer Megladon headset
  5. Engadget reports Zune HD interface and media playback demoed on video
Casing and cooling

  1. ProClockers review Azza Fantom 900 case
  2. TweakTown reviews Vizo Arius II ARS-250 dual 2.5" SATA drive bay
  3. PureOC reviews Noctua NF-S12B case fan
  4. Hi Tech Legion reviews NZXT Cryo S laptop cooler
  5. XtremeComputing reviews Prolimatech Megahalems CPU cooler
  6. ThinkComputers reviews Thermaltake ISGC-400 CPU cooler
  7. Verdis Reviews on Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler
  8. DriverHeaven's CPU coolers roundup part 2 - August 2009
  9. FrostyTech reports Intel's heatsink clip is called the C33389 reference fastener
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