Saturday Shortbread

— 11:59 PM on October 24, 2009


  1. Nvidia CEO: We are a software company
  2. reporst AMD calls Nvidia's marketing bluff
  3. Microsoft: Strong Windows demand helps earnings
  4. WD announces record quarterly revenue of $2.2 billion
    with net income of $288 million, or $1.25 per share
  5. C|Net reports Carl Icahn resigns from Yahoo board
  6. Europe backs down on piracy plans
  7. Fudzilla reports dual-GPU Radeon HD 5950 and HD 5970 coming in November
  8. TC Magazine reports S3 reveals the OpenCL-capable
    Chrome 5400E GPGPU processor (thanks Mr. Meadows)
  9. C|Net reports universal phone charger OK'd
  10. Björn3D's Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 1GB contest

  1. Steve Ballmer: Windows 7 launch transcript
  2. DailyTech reports Apple mocks Windows history in
    ads, but will add Windows 7 Boot Camp support
  3. SuperSite for Windows: Clean install Windows 7 with Upgrade Media
  4. Microsoft: We are unable to create or save new files in
    the folder in which this application was downloaded
  5. Windows 7 direct download available from the Microsoft Store
  6. 7 Ways to Change the World (with Windows 7)
  7. C|Net reports Psystar releases Mac clone software
  8. Jobs and Apple seek patent on operating system advertising
  9. HardwareZone: Side by side with Windows 7 and Snow Leopard
  10. Ars Technica takes a first look under the hood of Fedora 12
  11. DailyTech reports Opera 10's Turbo Mode proves to be hit, scores almost 3 million users
  12. C|Net reports Mozilla tries to build the ultimate in-box: Raindrop
  13. Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer 2.1.1 (for IT professionals)
  14. Windows 7 USB / DVD download tool (direct download)
  15. Microsoft Power and Utilities POV white paper
  16. Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) release candidate
  17. Google Chrome's early access release channels
  18. EVGA's SLI enhancement patch version 18
  19. TestFreaks review MacSpeech Dictate
  20. Nation's first open source election software released

  1. Gizmodo reports Microsoft say no Xbox Blu-ray drives
    period, says Ballmer was talking about PCs
  2. Shacknews reports Modern Warfare 2 adopts Steamworks on PC
  3. R.U.S.E. - Strategy comes to multi-touch
  4. Shacknews has interview with Dan Connors of Telltale Games and composer Matt Uelmen
  5. Shacknews on video games to be released next week
  6. Ars Technica reports Best Buy offering "Buy 2 get 1 more free" games

  1. X-bit labs review Athlon II X3 435
  2. PureOC reviews 4GB G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3-1600 memory modules
  3. X-bit labs' roundup: 17 SAS hard disk drives
  4. Legit Reviews on 256GB Kingston SSDNow V+
  5. Hardware Secrets reviews Corsair TX950W PSU
  6. Overclocker Café reviews NZXT Panzerbox
  7. Hardware Secrets reviews Antec Two Hundred case
  8. X-bit labs review Alphacool Xtreme Pro 360 rev. 2 liquid cooling system
  9. DeXgo reviews Noctua NH-U9B (in German)
  10. TestSeek Labs review Kingston HyperX memory cooler
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