Saturday Shortbread

— 11:47 PM on September 19, 2009


  1. Bright Side of News: Pat Gelsinger left Intel because of Larrabee fiasco?
  2. Sharky Extreme reports AMD and Intel beating sales projections
  3. Netbooks salvage PC volumes, but take a toll on shipment value, says IDC
  4. U.S. regulator to unveil open Internet plan
  5. U.S. urges court to reject Google book deal
  6. Groups call for EU scrutiny of Google book deal
  7. Sprint CEO: Exclusive phone deals need limits
  8. The NY Times reports Verizon boss hangs up on landline phone business
  9. AMD posts the scorecard
  10. TG Daily reports IBM develops dense, fast, 32nm DRAM
  11. VR-Zone reports “SuperSpeed” USB 3.0 demoed at IDF
  12. RAID's days may be numbered
  13. AMD: Radeon HD 5850 up to 40% faster than GeForce GTX 285
    and Radeon HD 5870 3DMark Vantage and 2001 scores appear
  14. VR-Zone has Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 / 5870 pictured and
    reports Dell introduces UltraSharp U2410 24" LCD monitor
  15. California advances tough flat-screen energy standards
  16. 5 things to hate about HDTV
  17. iSuppli: Samsung gains in handset applications processor chips courtesy of iPhone
  18. TechFlash reports Amazon creates own house brand of consumer electronics
  19. The tech behind eHarmony

  1. Snow Leopard less secure than Windows, says hacker
  2. Microsoft Internet Explorer SSL security hole lingers
  3. Support changes coming July 2010 for Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003
  4. ComputerWorld reports Microsoft pulls covers off Project 2010
  5. C|Net reports LogMeIn can control some PCs, even when off
  6. Google says Apple rejected voice app for iPhone
  7. C|Net on Google vs. Apple: Who's telling the truth?
  8. Palm officially breaks up with Windows Mobile
  9. Improvements in current Hotmail features rolling out soon
  10. C|Net on why virus writers are turning to open source
  11. Ars Technica talks mobile web with Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner
  12. TG Daily reports COBOL turned fifty years old
  13. SuperSite for Windows has Zune HD review part 2: Zune 4.0 PC software
  14. Restoring Zune 4.0's "missing" features
  15. Microsoft Reader 2.4.2 for Windows Mobile released 4 years after last release

  1. PC World on breaking up with Xbox 360
  2. Ars Technica reports PSP Go to come preloaded with ESRB ratings guide
  3. Shacknews reports Valve responds to Left 4 Dead 2 ban (in Australia)
  4. Gamasutra on the road to Diablo III
  5. Volvo: Computer games make you more efficient at work
  6. Big Download reports Batman: Arkham Asylum free content available to download
  7. Shacknews: First footage of The Witcher 2 and
    Call of Duty: World at War patch 1.6 now available
    and Need for Speed Shift PC demo released
    and video games to be released next week
  8. Frontier invites you to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Elite
  9. FiringSquad reviews Resident Evil 5 (PC)

  1. Engadget reports hp and Dell working on 3D gaming laptop?
  2. Fudzilla: AMD's 8-core Bulldozer is first
    and Tigris 2009 AMD notebook platform
  3. PCGH on Core i9: Intel's 6-core desktop CPU pictured
  4. AnandTech's Core i7-860 review and Lynnfield followup:
    Turbo Mode and overclocking investigated
  5. VR-Zone reviews Kingston SSDNow V+
  6. Fudzilla reports Point of View gets Batman: Arkham Asylum bundle
  7. [H]ard|OCP reviews 750W Antec EarthWatts PSU
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