Ides of March Shortbread


— 8:26 AM on March 15, 2010

Ides of March

  1. Pew Research Center: Readers prefer ad-supported news to pay walls
  2. C|Net: When malware strikes via bad ads on good sites
  3. PC market rebound will drive double-digit growth through 2014, according to IDC
  4. Dell sues 5 Asia tech firms, alleging LCD cartel
  5. U.S. to roll out major broadband policy
  6. C|Net reports China warns Google partners: Look for backup
  7. Bright Side of News reports Ian McNaughton joins GlobalFoundries
  8. C|Net on RealNetworks: A tale of opportunities missed
  9. Techdirt reports Hollywood Howard Berman to introduce 'Internet Freedom' bill
  10. Lenovo sees mobile as a money maker
  11. DigiTimes reports Lenovo acquisition plan may hurt second-tier notebook makers
    and MSI launches 17" gaming notebook and
    MSI aims to ship 1 million all-in-one PCs in 2010
  12. PC Magazine: Apple's iPad could kill the Mac
  13. Register Hardware reports AMD to pitch Fusion chip at netbooks, ultrathins
  14. Donanim Haber reports one of the GTX 480 OC editions consumes 305W
    and official details of Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 Edition (in Turkish)
  15. Maximum PC reports Dell delivers 24" G2410H LCD display for $399
  16. Madshrimps cover Integrated Systems Europe 2010 trade show
  17. WSJ reports Microsoft employees love gadgets, but iPhone fans lie low
  18. Win a gaming PC valued at $4,200 from Techgage
  19. Dealzon's deals: $100 off Dell Mini 10 w/ TV tuner, $70 off Slingbox Pro-HD,
    $157 off 11.6" Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, and $120 off Sylvania BD player
Software

  1. Fudzilla reports XP passwords cracked in 5.3 seconds
  2. The Inquirer reports ATI puts out a FirePro driver update
  3. C|Net on the challenge ahead for iPad developers
  4. Ars Technica cracks open 5 of the best open source easter eggs
  5. The MS Exchange Team Blog: Scale Limitations Spreadsheet - v2
  6. System Information Viewer v4.6
  7. WinRAR 3.93
  8. 7-Zip 9.11 beta
  9. TechFlash reports Rhapsody promises offline music playback in iPhone app update
  10. Programming books, part 3: Programming the Commodore 64
Gaming

  1. Eurogamer reports crunch killed Ensemble Studios
  2. Maximum PC considers the case of Infinity Ward vs. The People
  3. Xbox 360 games on the iPhone? Sure—but not from Microsoft
  4. OfficialBFBC2 tweet: EA maintenance (for BFBC2) has now completed
  5. Star Wars The Old Republic EA's "largest ever" project
  6. Platform Nation: Modern Warfare 2's Stimulus Package DLC detailed (updated)
  7. GameTrailers have CryEngine 3 stage demo video
Systems and storage

  1. AnandTech reviews Asus N61J-X2: Optimus GT325M meets Arrandale
  2. TechSpot reviews Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13" notebook
  3. Hardware Canucks review Asus RoG Rampage III Extreme
  4. Guru3D reviews MSI P55 GD85
  5. ProClockers review Jetway XBlue H55 motherboard
  6. bit-tech reviews 128GB G.Skill Falcon II SSD
  7. Hi Tech Legion reviews 32GB Patriot Warp V2 SSD
  8. CowcotLand reviews 50GB OWC Mercury Extreme SSD, SandForce SF-1500 inside (in French)
Multimedia

  1. AnandTech on designing its next GPU test suite
  2. Guru3D reviews MSI R5870 Lightning
  3. Fudzilla has XFX Radeon HD 5850 Black Edition tested
  4. PureOC reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 5830 1GB
  5. Björn3D reviews MSI R5770 Hawk
  6. [H]ard|OCP's first time gaming experience with ATI Eyefinity
  7. OCC reviews Diamond ATI TV Wonder 750 USB
  8. The Inquirer reviews Western Digital TV Live
  9. Elite Bastards review SteelSeries Siberia v2 headset and mobile device adapter
Casing and cooling

  1. TweakTown reviews Antec Two Hundred case
  2. BCCHardware reviews Thermaltake Element Q ITX case
  3. Overclocker Café reviews Kingwin Dock Master USB 3.0 HDD docking station
  4. Vortez Hardware reviews Evercool Fit NB-FT1 notebook cooler
  5. LanOC Reviews on Cooler Master Excalibur 120mm case fan
  6. Benchmark Reviews on best CPU cooler performance
  7. PureOC reviews Thermaltake Contac 29 CPU cooler
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