Wednesday Shortbread

— 11:36 AM on August 26, 2009


  1. JPR: No big rebound for Add-In-Boards, but Q2'09
    shows more - and very welcome - signs of stability
  2. Netbooks, goldilocks, and Nvidia
  3. iSuppli: Blu-ray sings the PC blues
  4. DailyTech reports Nokia to offer ARM-based smartbook in addition to
    Booklet 3G and Asus rumored in talks to sell Pegatron stake to Inventec
  5. Ars Technica reports MacBook on life support, but Apple not pulling the plug yet
  6. Gizmodo reports Intel next-gen mobile platforms make
    Windows 7 launch an awesome time to buy a laptop
  7. Fudzilla reports Medion cooks up AMD-based netbook
  8. 'Arrandale' chip will be an Intel laptop first
  9. B3D Forum's poll: How will Nvidia counter the release of HD 5xxx?
  10. [H]ard|OCP reports Asus ROG Mars hits North America
  11. Fudzilla reports 256GB X25-E SSD planned in Q2 2010
  12. Expreview reports ELECOM nanoSSD plugs straight into your motherboard
  13. TG Daily reports Intel, AMD, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Google & others
    sued over patent and SanDisk wins partial review of patent ruling
  14. New FCC boss: We'll defend net neutrality
  15. Forget Microsoft, Yahoo's value is overseas: Eric Auchard
  16. The Pirate Bay ISP victim of sabotage after shutdown
  17. DailyTech reports number of phishing attacks drops; attackers learning new tricks
  18. Michael Robertson: Digital music's bad boy was right
  19. Sony adds wireless reader as Kindle rival
  20. Digital Trends on Apple's worst products and biggest failures
  21. Media multitaskers pay mental price, Stanford study shows
  22. The opposite of Twitter: New site requires 1,400-character minimum
  23. Dealzon's deal: $115 off 10" MSI Wind U100-451US
    and $50 off 1.5TB WD Caviar Green

  1. Licensed memory in Windows Vista (The 4GB memory limit in 32-bit
    Windows is more Microsoft's licensing preference than an architectural limit)
  2. TechFlash reports Parallels courts PC refugees with new 'Switch to Mac' package
  3. Open source file-system vendor signs patent deal with Microsoft
  4. Windows 7 users faced with 'treacherous' OS
  5. Fudzilla reports Windows 7 not that great for battery life
  6. Windows 7 language packs available
  7. Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2
  8. Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2
  9. Microsoft expands Office antipiracy 'nagging' to U.S. users
  10. TechSpot brings the old Windows Taskbar to life in Windows 7
  11. Report: Antivirus feature for Snow Leopard?
  12. HardwareZone and SuperSite for Windows look at Apple's Snow Leopard
  13. AnandTech's revisiting Linux part 1: A look at Ubuntu 8.04
  14. Slashdot: Why is Linux battery life still poor?
  15. Nokia bets on Linux in iPhone battle: sources
  16. Symantec's Norton 2009 and Norton 320 v3.0 update
  17. Opera 10 sprints toward the finish line with new release candidate
  18. Google Chrome update: Security fixes
  19. Java SE 6 update 18

  1. Best Buy offering free games to prevent PS3 Slim trade-in
  2. First PS3 Slim taken apart w/ pics
  3. According to EA's Rich Hilleman, hard core gamers crash and burn
  4. Stardock updating Impulse, rolling out ready-to-play
  5. Shacknews reports Blizzard plans region edits for Diablo III and
    Star Wars: The Old Republic - The 20-minute GamesCom walkthrough
  6. G4tv's Diablo III game director interview
  7. Command & Conquer 4 fact sheet
  8. Warcraft III patch information
  9. Mass Effect Pinnacle Station DLC
  10. Counter-Strike: Source update released
  11. Modern Warfare 2 doubles your shooting pleasure
  12. Dragon Age contains over 120 hours of play, says Muzyka
  13. 5 RPG tips from watching The Guild
  14. Ars Technica reviews Wolfenstein and Batman: Arkham Asylum
  15. GOG: Unreal Series 15% off this week only
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Elite Bastards review Mesh Slayer Elemental desktop system
  2. [H]ard|OCP's Core i5 performance preview
    and Core i5 750 overclocking preview
  3. OCC previews Asus ROG Maximus III Formula P55
  4. Legit Reviews on Asus Crosshair III Formula
  5. Björn3D reviews Gigabyte EX58-Extreme
  6. HardwareZone's triple mainstream AMD 785G roundup
  7. Rbmods on 1GB Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.B
  8.'s first look at Crucial's 64GB SSD
  9. ThinkComputers reviews 128GB Kingston SSDNow V-Series
  10. PureOC reviews 128GB Patriot Torqx SSD
  11. Benchmark Reviews on Panasonic UJ-875A slim optical drive
  12. TweakTown reviews TRENDnet TPE-80WS 8-port power over Ethernet web smart switch

  1. DriverHeaven on Asus Mars: Quad SLI - extreme gaming
  2. HT4U reviews Gainward Bliss GTX 275 (in German)
  3. Hartware reviews KFA² GeForce GTS 250 Cooler Master Edition (in German)
  4. Digital Trends reviews Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T90
  5. TweakTown's WD TV Mini media player video review
  6. Labs review Genius EasyPen i405 graphics tablet
  7. Metku shows how to mod a 25-year old mobile phone to work as a HTPC
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. SilentPCReview on 850W Nexus RX-8500 PSU
  2. Hardware Secrets reviews Antec Basiq BP500U PSU
  3. InsideHW reviews NZXT Apollo case
  4. TWL reviews NZXT Panzerbox case
  5. XSReviews on Cooler Master HAF 922 case
  6. ProClockers review Thermaltake Luxa2 LM200 HTPC case
  7. SilentPCReview on Luxa2 LM100 Mini HTPC case
  8. Hardware Bistro reviews Aerocool Touch 1000 control panel
  9. OverclockersHQ has NZXT Cryo LX and Thermaltake
    Massive 23 ST notebook coolers roundup
  10. DeXgo's GeForce GTX 285 cooling comparison (in German)
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