Saturday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on November 28, 2009


  1. TweakTown on AMD vs. Nvidia - Are they even playing the same game?
  2. Apple's Mac mini tops chart of 'green' computers
  3. Nearly half the money spent at U.S. retail on desktop PCs goes to Apple
  4. PC World reports Psystar hoped to sell 12 million Mac clones annually
  5. C|Net reports Apple sues power adapter knockoff maker
  6. Engadget reports Lenovo begins $200M buyback of Lenovo Mobile
  7. Verizon CEO: Hulu will be dead soon
  8. VR-Zone's Sitex 2009 coverage
  9. NordicHardware covers Asus ROG Showdown at DreamHack Winter 2009: Day 1
  10. DailyTech reports broadband initiative backed by large tech firms
  11. PC Perspective's podcast #83
  12. Windows Videos: Family Guy & Windows
  13.'s trio of fantastic competitions
  14. Best Buy offers hp's controversial Celeron laptop for $197

  1. Fudzilla reports Office 2010 to ship in June 2010
  2. PC World reports China warns about return of destructive Panda virus
  3. Techgage shows how to change the logon screen wallpaper on Windows 7
  4. Ars Technica reports Microsoft enables Silverlight video streaming to iPhones
    and Apple releases iTunesLP and Extras specs, TuneKit SDK
  5. The NY Times: Bringing big smiles to iPhone shutterbugs
  6. Download Squad reports new website covers the rejected iPhone app beat
  7. PreCentral reports patch enables Palm Pre CPU scaling, power savings

  1. Activision says "Call of Duty" series tops $3 billion
  2. Nintendo boasts 9 million player advantage among female console gamers
  3. Microsoft: Project Natal to replace remote controls
  4. Ars Technica: How PC gamers can be heard (hint: not by threats of piracy)
  5. Eidos Forums: Follow-up to a report claiming Deus Ex 3 is a PC exclusive
  6. IncGamers report Thief 4 coming along in leaps and bounds
  7. Shacknews posts Borderlands 'Zombie Island' DLC review
  8. AMD's hotfix to improve DiRT 2 performance
  9. Steam: Left 4 Dead 2 update released
  10. The Steam early holiday - Saturday's deals
Systems and storage

  1. Asus debuts first ever netbook to go multi-touch
  2. NordicHardware reports Qualcomm Snapdragon powers Lenovo smartbook
  3. Engadget's Nvidia Tegra tablet prototype hands-on
    and Adamo XPS hands-on impressions
  4. Netbooked has Stantum Slate PC with multi-touch panel hands-on
  5. NordicHardware reports Athlon X3 gets 20% boost from L3 hack
  6. Expreview reports Core 2 Duo E8700 leaked accidentally
  7. Fudzilla reports Atom 2011 graphics support 2560x1600 resolution and 1080p
  8. Asus EFI GUI BIOS for P5QE motherboards
  9. PCStats reviews Asus M4A785TD-V Evo
  10. TC Magazine reports G.Skill reveals new 8GB, 12GB DDR3 memory kits
  11. OCC reviews 2.5TB MicroNet MaxNAS server
  12. CowcotLand reviews Xigmatek Lighter 60 Go (in French)

  1. Fudzilla reports Nvidia launches first 300 series card
    and MSI comes up with a new HD 5770
  2. Donanim Haber runs Radeon HD 5970 @ 1GHz (in Turkish)
  3. Björn3D reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 OC
  4. Engadget's Nikon D3S unboxing and hands-on
  5. DriverHeaven reviews Roccat Kave gaming headset
  6. Technic3D reviews Revoltec K101 keyboard (in German)
  7. XSReviews on Energy Sistem URC 3100
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. DeXgo reviews 600W Xilence SPS-XP600.XQ PSU (in German)
  2. Legit Reviews on NZXT Beta Evo case
  3. OverclockersHQ reviews Azza Helios 910 case
  4. Technic3D reviews Raidsonic Icy Dock MB664US-1S 3.5" enclosure
  5. PCShopTalk reviews Noctua NF-P14 FLX fans
  6. XSReviews on Choixx Mini Air laptop cooler
  7. Hardware Secrets reviews Zalman CNPS9900 NT CPU cooler
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