Saturday Shortbread

— 12:20 PM on August 15, 2009


  1. Epic's Tim Sweeney: The end of the GPU roadmap
  2. The Inquirer reports Apple accuses Psystar of destroying evidence
  3. Mac|Life reports Borders survey name drops the Apple iPad
  4. Engadget: Hey, maybe that iPod touch with a camera is real after all
    (video) and the MacBook Micro is here, also might have a camera
  5. Dell refutes Microsoft's Linux netbook return claims
  6. Expreview reports Intel's new CPU package design offers more convenience
  7. [H]ard|OCP reports Core i5 750 processors in the wild
  8. X-bit labs: Intel set to launch new quad-core mobile platforum (Calpella) in late September
  9. Fudzilla reports Corsair readies new dual-channel kits
  10. TechPulse 360 reports AMD's Evergreen to launch on September 10
  11. SemiAccurate reports GT300 to have an NVIO chip
  12. Expreview reports XFX Radeon HD 4650 AGP listed in U.S.
  13. Bright Side of News reports Roline's $10 cable can cause $1,100 in damage
  14. DailyTech reports Boston and Seattle to be first with Verizon LTE service
  15. C|Net reports iLike's download store debuts
  16. Ars Technica reports U.S. digital music sales to eclipse CDs by 2010
  17. Get more out of Twitter: 160 - 200 letters at Maxitweet
  18. iPhone 3GS owners happier than Palm Pre owners
  19. Google users search more, very loyal: comScore
  20. XSReviews has Cooler Master CM 690 competition

  1. Microsoft: Firefox's billion claim is 'interesting math'
  2. Serious Firefox security flaw for non-admin users
  3. Linux null pointer dereference due to incorrect proto_ops initializations (CVE-2009-2692)
  4. TG Daily on chip wars: Nvidia and ATI spar over OpenCL GPU support
  5. Microsoft starts rolling out final Windows Server 2008 R2 bits
  6. SuperSite for Windows has Windows 7 review part 2: Picking a product edition
  7. Talking About Windows: Sumeeth Evans
  8. Engadget reports Zune 4.0 software won't play nice with HDTV Media Center recordings
  9. Microsoft offering iPhone developers "buckets of money" to go Zune?

  1. TechFlash reports downturn hits sales of consoles, accessories, and video games
  2. Kotaku reports Valve not even bothering with the PS3 any more
  3. Ars Technica reports PS3 fights the 360 on features, needs to compete on price
  4. Gaming console price cuts may not stimulate sales - analyst
  5. MAG arrives on January 26, 2010
  6. LucasArts will discuss new internal IP in an interview on September 10
  7. QuakeCon videos posted on including John Carmack's keynote
  8. PC Perspective covers QuakeCon 2009
  9. 1UP reports Quake Live updated to support Linux and Mac users
  10. Premium service coming to Quake Live, Carmack confirms
  11. Shacknews posts Rage screenshots fresh from QuakeCon
  12. IndustryGamers' interview: Mythic on the future of Ultima
    Online, Warhammer and working with BioWare
  13. New episode of GameTrailers TV featuring Valve
  14. ArmA 2 and Team Fortress 2 updates released
  15. World of Warcraft PTR - patch notes (3.2.2)
  16. GameTrailers have new Serious Sam HD trailer
  17. OS X Reality has Wolfenstein RPG hands-on video
  18. Steam weekend deal: 66% off everything Half-Life and 10% off The Valve Complete Pack
  19. GamersGate has S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl for $9.95
  20.'s weekend promo: Flight simulators 30% off

  1. HardwareZone reviews hp ProBook 4411s: Budget business class
  2. AnandTech on Phenom II X4 965: Can it be undervolted?
  3. GameZone: AMD reveals next gen of CPUs for the PC
  4. Legit Reviews: Intel DP55KG Kingsberg motherboard preview at QuakeCon 2009
  5. [H]ard|OCP previews MSI P55-GD80
  6. OC3D reviews EVGA X58 x3 Classified
  7. PC Perspective reports AMD demos DX11 hardware at QuakeCon 2009
  8. techPowerUp's world exclusive: MSI N275GTX Lightning 1792MB
  9. Digital Trends has media center showdown: Xbox 360 vs. PlayStation 3
  10. DragonSteelMods review Ulti-mat Breathe F-X3 mousing surface
  11. OverclockersHQ reviews 1000W Nexus RX-1K PSU
  12. TestFreaks review Callpod Fueltank portable charging unit
  13. Hardware Secrets reviews Lian Li PC-8N case
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