Unique Names Day Shortbread


— 5:59 AM on March 9, 2010

Unique Names Day

  1. Cisco to "change the Internet forever" on March 9
  2. C|Net: Could Cisco be announcing a killer set-top box?
    and 100Mbps broadband may be closer than you think
  3. Don't blame your community: Ad blocking is not killing any sites
  4. Dot-com craze peaked 10 years ago
  5. [H]ard|OCP: Counterfeit Intel CPU saga comes to a close
  6. C|Net reports more states propose Internet sales taxes
  7. TechFlash reports Amazon cuts off affiliates in Colorado over new sales tax law
  8. DailyTech reports Canada plans shift to plastic currency
  9. Ars Technica: Why Google keeps your data forever, tracks you with ads
  10. TUAW on Apple patent: Use your iPhone as an electronic "iKey"
  11. Madshrimps have CeBIT 2010 coverage
  12. AOL News: Death of the desktop and other dire predictions
  13. DigiTimes reports Gigabyte closes gap with Asus in motherboard shipments
    and Asus subsidiary eyeing AMD south bridge design orders
  14. Engadget reports hp Slate makes an appearance to show off Flash
  15. DailyTech reports Tegra-powered Microsoft Courier to wage war with iPad late this year
  16. Fudzilla reports Asus shows off its 890FX offer
  17. TUAW reports iPad ad reveals book pricing and NYT button
  18. Stanford survey contemplates iPhone addiction
  19. Fudzilla reports Blu-ray prices fall
  20. Blockbuster still seems afraid of broadband
  21. TUAW reports remote webcam activation now disabled in
    software that led to controversy at Pennsylvania school
  22. Strobeshnik HDD clock (video)
  23. DailyTech reports MIT researchers discover new electricity production method
  24. Dealzon's deals: $110 off 15.6" Compaq CQ61, $110 off Dell Inspiron 15,
    $150 off 14.1" hp dv4, and $300 off 55" Vizio LCD TV
Software

  1. Technologizer on the future of Windows
  2. Microsoft changes algorithm behind its browser ballot
  3. Tech ARP posts Windows 7 Service Pack 1 roadmap
  4. Ars Technica reports Mozilla previews new feature to guard against Flash crashes
  5. DailyTech reports Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight vie for dominance amid HTML5 threat
  6. Ars Technica reports MeeGo code coming in March, will run on Atom boards and N900
  7. InfoWorld reports Energizer Bunny's software infects PCs
  8. C|Net reports Android coders get high-speed graphics ability
  9. TechReviewSource on 2009 tax preparation software
  10. Maximum PC on five apps for perfect podcast recording, listening, and editing
  11. Sysinternals suite - March 8, 2010
  12. DirectX Happy Uninstall 5.1 (shareware)
  13. BayReviews.com has WinX DVD Ripper Platinum v5.9 giveaway contest
Gaming

  1. AMD: Game devs only use PhysX for the cash
  2. GameSpy reports Sony preps the PlayStation 3 for 3D gaming
  3. Fudzilla reports Sharkoon showcasing waterproof mouse pad for gamers
  4. VG247 reports Ubisoft PC DRM downtime due to "server attack"
  5. Left 4 Dead 1 and 2 are coming to the Mac
  6. Shacknews reports Modern Warfare 2 DLC details due soon as game accumulates 25 million
    players and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 server issues continue; PS3 VIP content on the way
    and first Fallout: New Vegas screenshots appear
  7. Gaming Heaven's interview with The Creative Assembly (Total War)
  8. Kotaku: Can Hurt Locker inspire a new generation of "war" games?
  9. C|Net: At GDC, iPhone game development breaks out
  10. TechSpot's Battlefield: Bad Company 2 GPU performance in-depth
  11. Shacknews and TweakPC (in German) review Battlefield: Bad Company 2
  12. Ars Technica reviews God of War 3
  13. Games For Work: Super Mario Star Scramble Flash game
  14. Dragon Age: Source update released on Steam
  15. Steam's Monday deals
  16. Nvidia BFBC2 Battle for PAX tournament (PC)
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. AnandTech reviews Dell Precision M6500
  2. HotHardware reviews Toshiba Satellite E205-S1904 laptop
  3. TweakTown reviews ViewSonic ViewBook Pro VNB131S 13.3" notebook
  4. t-break reviews Alienware M11x notebook
  5. Guru3D puts Asus M4A89GTD USB 3.0 mobo to the test
  6. [H]ard|OCP reviews Asus Maximus III Extreme
  7. Benchmark Reviews on WD SiliconEdge Blue SSD
  8. HardwareLogic, Legit Reviews, TestFreaks, and
    ThinkComputers on 30GB Kingston SSDNow V Series
  9. OCC reviews 2GB Mushkin Mulholland Drive USB drive
  10. AnandTech on 10Gbit Ethernet: Killing another bottleneck?
Multimedia

  1. HT4U: Nvidia GeForce GTX 400 at CeBIT (in German)
  2. Legion Hardware on Radeon HD 5870 CrossFire CPU scaling performance
  3. techPowerUp! reviews Asus EAH 5850 TOP DirectCU
  4. Tweaknews reviews 58" Samsung PN58B650 plasma TV
  5. CCE Reviews on Brother HL-3070CW LED printer
  6. TWL reviews EOS wireless loudspeaker system
  7. LanOC Reviews on SteelSeries Siberia v2 headset
  8. OverclockersHQ reviews iFrogz Ozone earbuds
  9. XSReviews on SteelSeries Xai gaming mouse
  10. Technic3D reviews Razer Naga and Megasoma (in German)
  11. CowcotLand reviews SteelSeries 7G gaming keyboard (in French)
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. ProClockers review Cooler Master GX 750 PSU
  2. PureOC reviews Nexus RX-6300 PSU
  3. OC3D reviews NZXT Panzerbox
  4. Overclockers Online reviews Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case
  5. TweakTown reviews Raidmax Skyline windowed case
  6. Hardware Bistro reviews Thermaltake Element V case
  7. UMLan on Ineo Technologies I-NA205Ue HD enclosure
  8. Hi Tech Legion reviews Thermaltake BlacX Duet HD docking station
  9. OverclockersHQ reviews Cooler Master NotePal laptop cooler
  10. BayReviews on Noctua NH-D14 CPU cooler
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