Groundhog Day Shortbread

— 10:26 AM on February 2, 2010

Groundhog Day

  1. Report: Bad guys go social; Facebook tops security risk list
  2. SuperSite Blog on Steve Jobs and control
  3. Google v. China: A view from the Middle Kingdom
  4. The Register reports December chip sales reach 2007 levels
  5. Intel IT 2009 performance report available
  6. DigiTimes reports MSI expects 50% profit growth from servers and
    IPCs in 2010, says chairman and Asus swings to profit in 4Q09
  7. TUAW shares rumor: Mac Pro Intel 6-core i7 this month
  8. The NY Times: In the iPad, Apple is betting on its own microchip
  9. Apple releases 2nd potential fix for flickering 27" iMacs
  10. Engadget reports Lenovo X201 tablet, W701, and new L series revealed by
    ThinkPad roadmap slide and Dell Latitude 13: a thin-and-light for big business
    and Sony busts out colorful Vaio E series laptops
  11. Fudzilla reports DDR3 Atom is N475
  12. Samsung announces massive 2TB Eco-friendly drives for high-performance desktop systems
  13. reports Corsair launches Reactor and Nova SSDs
  14. Expreview reports MSI builds Radeon HD 5770 HAWX for mainstream users
  15. Fudzilla reports Nvidia shows five Quadro FX mobile GPUs
  16. Engadget reports NEC MultiSync PA241W brings full
    1920 x 1200 IPS glory to the well-heeled schooler
  17. Photo of Apple's next generation iPhone in the wild - sources
  18. Engadget on Sony Ericsson Aspen: First with Windows Mobile 6.5.3
  19. TC Magazine reports Samsung has first Bluetooth 3.0-supporting mobile phone
  20. Shacknews reports Microsoft's SideWinder X4 keyboard is a ghostbuster
  21. Fudzilla reports new EU rules about batteries come in
  22. Gizmodo reports Fusion Garage files to dismiss TechCrunch lawsuit as JooJoo wars escalate
  23. Ars Technica reports patent infringement lawsuits raking in the big bucks
  24. DOCSIS 3 now reaches 43% of cable users
  25. Maximum PC reports BitTorrent census proves 99% of files
    downloaded are illegal & DRM might be to blame
  26. Towards a kinder, gentler "three strikes" for file-sharers
  27. DailyTech reports eBook costs may soar up to 50% as Amazon gives in to Macmillan
  28. WindowsITPro reports Apple entry into market means higher eBook prices
  29. The Register reports Google boss worries about the future of reading
  30. C|Net reports PBS documentary questions tech and our future
    and Microsoft tries to reinvent the bar code
  31. HotHardware and TechVi video podcast no. 7
  32. Dealzon's deals: $230 off 15.6" Lenovo G550, $300 off 14" Lenovo IdeaPad U450p,
    $520 off 47" LG 47LH30 LCD HDTV, and $41 off Sony Webbie camcorder

  1. TechRadar UK has strongest hint yet: Chrome OS to go touch
  2. Microsoft addresses Windows 7 battery drain
  3. C|Net reports tide turns against IE 6 as usage drops
    and Mozilla weighs privacy warnings for web pages
  4. TechFlash reports new Firefox add-on from Amazon adds products to web search
  5. InfoWorld reports Chrome grabs market share from IE, Firefox
  6. Ars Technica reports iPad SDK hints of video calls, handwriting "keyboard"
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Windows 7 system image disc recovery
  8. Phoronix releases Test Suite 2.4 and
    open source ATI Evergreen support arrives
  9. Microsoft delivers beta of 'Xdrive' tool for moving Windows apps to the Azure cloud
  10. Apple iTunes 9.0.3
  11. PrimeCores 2010 3.0.0 (benchmark)
  12. Tech ARP's x264 HD benchmark 3.11
  13. Daring Fireball on SublimeVideo - HTML5 video player
  14. TUAW: Logitech gives away free wireless mouse and keyboard (it's an app)

  1. New Sega console hitting this summer
  2. Kojima: "There is no greater crime" than delaying a game
  3. Shacknews on Command & Conquer 4 media: A class act
    and more Duke Nukem Forever footage leaks?
  4. CVG on BioShock 2: New characters detailed
  5. Greywardens have Dragon Age: Origins - Return to Ostagar walkthrough
  6. Happy birthday, id Software
  7. Counter-Strike: Source update released on Steam
Systems and storage

  1. Hardware Heaven reviews Alienware M11x notebook
  2. Rbmods on Asus UL50-V laptop
  3. OC3D reviews Asus Eee PC 1005HA netbook
  4. t-break reviews Toshiba NB 200 netbook
  5. Madshrimps: Clarkdale CPU overclocking with IGP enabled - reaching high BCLK
  6. Ultimate Hardware reviews Athlon II X2 240
  7. [H]ard|OCP reviews Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7
  8. Techgage reviews Asus P7H55D-M Evo & Intel DH55TC
  9. PCStats reviews Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6
  10. Hardware Secrets has a first look at MSI P55-GD85
  11. OCC reviews ECS A785GM-AD3
  12. Legit Reviews and PC Perspective on Intel and Micron's 25nm flash memory production
  13. Hardware Canucks review 4GB Corsair Dominator GTX2 PC3-18000 CL8 memory kit
  14. Elite Bastards review 4GB OCZ DDR3 PC3-15000 Platinum LV dual channel kit
  15. Tweaknews reviews Synology DS-210J 2-bay NAS

  1. TweakTown tests MSI Radeon HD 5670 1GB in CrossFire
  2. HT4U reviews MSI R5670 (in German)
  3. Legit Reviews on ECS GeForce GT 240
  4. Digital Trends reviews Vizio VF551XVT 55" LCD HDTV
  5. TestFreaks review AirLive WL-2000CAM wireless IP camera
  6. bit-tech reviews A.C. Ryan PlayOn! HD media player
  7. t-break reviews 8GB SanDisk Sansa Fuze
  8. HardwareZone reviews Epson PictureMate PM310
  9. PureOC reviews Mionix Naos 5000 gaming mouse
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. ProClockers review 1000W Tuniq Ripper PSU
  2. OverclockersHQ reviews 750W Cooler Master GX PSU
  3. ThinkComputers reviews NZXT Beta Evo case
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Vantec NexStar TX NST-210S2-BK enclosure
  5. XtremeComputing reviews In Win Ammo 2.5" RFID USB enclosure
  6. lab501 offers a complete study of Noctua's NH-D14 CPU cooler (in Romanian)
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