Thursday Shortbread

— 9:43 AM on November 19, 2009


  1. TechCrunch reports the Google phone is very real. And it's coming soon.
  2. Fudzilla reports ARM promises dual-core mobile phones in 2010
  3. C|Net reports Best Buy starts Black Friday craze a week early
  4. Acer, Asus dominate Euro netbook biz
  5. EU ombudsman rebukes EU over errors in Intel case
  6. C|Net reports Intel Labs Europe tackles large-scale computing
  7. Judge denies AT&T motion to dismiss Verizon ads
  8. 9 ways ISPs screw you over
  9. DailyTech reports Asus to add Nvidia Ion graphics to some netbooks and nettops
  10. Ars Technica reports scientists create the first programmable quantum processor
  11. Fudzilla reports Atom for 2011 is Cedar Trail
  12. TweakTown: Nvidia pushes 3D Vision outside the gaming box
  13. Sony says e-readers in demand, shipments delayed
  14. [H]ard|OCP has PC Power & Cooling user news
  15. Microsoft: 'You get a free laptop! And you get a laptop! And you!'
  16. Win the fastest graphics card in the world from

  1. Windows 8: More roadmaps
  2. Ars Technica reports JavaScript, graphics performance improvements on tap for IE9
  3. SuperSite for Windows previews Internet Explorer 9
  4. NSA is giving some help on Windows 7 security
  5. Top 7 things you need to know about activation for TDMs
  6. techETA reviews Windows 7 Ultimate
  7. Ars Technica reports Ars reviews VMware Fusion 3 and Ubuntu 9.10
  8. Phoronix posts Mac OS X 10.6.2 vs. Ubuntu 9.10 benchmarks
  9. Microsoft Office 2010 deployment kit for App-V (beta)
  10. Firefox 3.6 beta preview release

  1. DailyTech reports easy fix to prevent Microsoft from bricking Xbox 360 HDDs arrives
  2. Fudzilla reports PS3 3.10 firmware arrives early
  3. Shacknews reports Xbox Live free weekend brings online multiplayer, other Gold perks to all
    and Supreme Commander 2 hitting Europe in spring, screenshots show big robots
  4. Report: Activision sets up third Call of Duty team
  5. "Call of Duty" game sells $550 million in five days
  6. bit-tech reviews Left 4 Dead 2
  7. Ars Technica reviews God of War Collection
  8. techPowerUp! posts S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat benchmark
  9. Steam client update released
Systems and storage

  1. TWL reviews hp DM3 laptop / netbook
  2. Hardware Canucks review Asus Maximus III Formula
  3. Techgage reviews Asus P7P55D Pro
  4. Hardware Secrets on Gigabyte G41M-ES2L
  5. Technic3D reviews Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P (in German)
  6. techPowerUp! reviews 6GB Elixir 1600MHz CL9 tri-channel memory kit
  7. Futurelooks reviews 4GB Kingston HyperX 2133MHz dual channel memory kit
  8. Björn3D reviews 60GB OCZ Agility SSD (SLC)
  9. Björn3D and PureOC review 40GB Kingston SSDNow V Series boot drive
  10. CowcotLand tests 12 solid state drives (in French)

  1. and TweakTown test Radeon HD 5970 in CrossFireX
  2. Guru3D does Radeon HD 5970 overclocking
  3. TweakTown reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 OC 2GB
  4. bit-tech, Björn3D, and HT4U (in German) review AMD Radeon HD 5970
  5. Neoseeker reviews Palit 240 GT Sonic
  6. OCC reviews Inno3D GeForce 220 GT
  7. Hardwareslave reviews Mushkin Radeon HD 4850 512MB UltimateFX
  8. Hardware Secrets posts AMD and Nvidia GPU comparison tables
Multimedia and cooling

  1. Digital Trends reviews Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP8
    and Western Digital WD TV HD Live
  2. Big Bruin reviews Western Digital WD TV
  3. Digital Trends reviews Bose Wave SoundLink music system
  4. DriverHeaven reviews Sharkoon XTactic digital surround sound headset
  5. HardwareZone reviews Nokia E72
  6. BmR on Antec Notebook Cooler 200
  7. HardwareOC reviews Noctua NH-D14 CPU cooler (in German)
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