Repeat Day Shortbread

— 1:47 AM on June 3, 2010


  1. Microsoft: Windows Phone 7 not planned to hit tablets, Courier was always a concept
  2. hp CEO Mark Hurd talks datacenters, networking, and Palm
  3. DigiTimes reports MSI chairman expects tablet PC market to take off in 2011
  4. DreamWorks CEO Katzenberg: Real-time 3D rendering on the way
  5. Gizmodo reports Steve Jobs will fix this Foxconn suicide nonsense
  6. Ars Technica reports "Canadian DMCA" defends DRM,
    legalizes DVRs and India vows to sabotage ACTA
  7. VR-Zone: AMD Ontario in H1 2011
  8. Gigabyte presents world's first Internet-based overclocking technology
  9. Gigabyte: Lucid Hydra is not 100% ready for us to make a product

Computex 2010

  1. DigiTimes reports AMD in no hurry to enter tablet PC market
  2. The next billion users: Q&A with Intel's Stanley Huang
  3. TC Magazine reports EVGA aims to expand its European presence
  4. KitGuru interviews AData managing director JJ Jan
  5. Hardware Canucks cover Computex 2010: Noctua & Coolink and Zalman
  6. TWL covers Computex: NZXT and OCZ Technology
  7. Ninjalane and OCC cover Computex 2010
  8. Engadget reports Nvidia shows 16 new Optimus laptops at Computex, teases GTX 460M GPU
    and Intel Moorestown tablets will arrive before smartphones, won't hit for at least 6 months
  9. TC Magazine reports dual-core VIA Nano processor running at Computex
    and Asus and MSI P67 motherboards seen at Computex and
    new Ballistix DDR3 memory has thermal sensor, taller heatspreader
  10. Gigabyte shows Sandy Bridge motherboard: P67A-UD9
  11. reports Super Talent introduces USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache
  12. Engadget reports Intel demos Android 2.1 on Moorestown smartphone (video) and
    Aava Virta Android reference platform will be the first shipping Moorestown smartphone
  13. PC Magazine reports Thermaltake ships keyboard - with a fan
  14. Fudzilla reports CoolIT updates its ECO A.L.C. cooling system
Repeat Day

  1. PC Magazine reports Steve Jobs ushers in post-PC era
  2. NYT reports Steve Jobs muses on all things Apple
  3. D8: Facebook's Zuckerberg defends privacy strategy
  4. AllThingsD's D8 Conference coverage
  5. C|Net reports streaming video to outpace P2P traffic growth
  6. PC Magazine reports Canada begins Google Wi-Fi investigation
  7. [H]ard|OCP: Storm LLP answers heat pipe lawsuit for FrozenCPU
  8. Engadget on Dell Streak: $500 unlocked in U.S., available next month
  9. TechFlash reports Target to take Kindle national
  10. C|Net: Verizon testing iPads?
  11. Fortune on the iPad's weekend spike
  12. Business Insider: Why you'll pay more for magazines on the iPad
  13. New leaked images of the 4th generation iPhone
  14. TUAW has candid answers from AT&T on the new iPhone data plans
  15. TechFlash's FAQ: What to know about AT&T's new wireless data pricing plans
  16. Ars Technica's iPhone data usage: We show you ours, please show us yours
  17. DigiTimes reports WiMAX to remain feasible for at least 10 more years, says Acer chairman
  18. How fast is your broadband? FCC bets you don't know
  19. C|Net reports now ready for custom photos
  20. Engadget HD podcast 196
  21. Fatal1ty Intel contest 2010
  22. Dealzon's deals: $350 off IdeaCentre K320 i5 Nvidia, $199 off 14" Asus UL80Vt-A1
    11.5hr, $175 off 18.4" hp dv8t i5 1080p, and $90 off Philips WiFi music player

  1. C|Net: So is Flash dying as Steve Jobs said?
  2. Ars Technica reports Google's Chrome OS to arrive on hardware "later this fall"
  3. Ars Technica: Mac OS X and Linux are no magic security bullet for Google
  4. Windows, Mac, or Linux: It's not the OS, it's the user
  5. Linux Compatible reports Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring RC2 released
  6. Ars Technica on the BeOS file system: an OS geek retrospective
  7. C|Net reports free apps install spyware on Macs
  8. Engadget reports Sonic acquires DivX to expand online
    movie delivery options, share of Kazaa downloads
  9. Macworld reports Adobe releases Camera Raw 6.1 update
  10. Fudzilla reports QT wants to replace .Net
  11. Ars Technica reports Mozilla to weave sync features into next version of Firefox
  12. Windows Live Wave 4: A guide for the perplexed
  13. DSLReports: Skype for iPhone released with a few twists
  14. mvkTech releases Nvidia BIOS Editor (NiBiTor) v5.6
  15. HWiNFO32 v3.51-757 beta
  16. Auslogics Disk Defrag
  17. PerfectDisk 11 build 174
  18. VirtualBox 3.2.2
  19. 3.2.1 Final
  20. Microsoft Application Virtualization Dashboard v1.0
  21. Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager v2.2
  22. Google Earth 5.1.3535.3218
  23. Engadget reports AVSForum launches free iPhone app

  1. Engadget: Project Natal retail unit revealed at D8?
  2. Shacknews shares rumor: Xbox 360 getting Hulu video streaming
  3. IndustryGamers report NPD delays May data until July
  4. VG247 reports Company of Heroes launching free-to-play in U.S.
  5. PlayStation 3 server and client update imminent for BFBC2
  6. Shacknews: Activision unveils indie games competition and
    Deux Ex: Human Revolution teaser images; new video coming soon
  7. StarCraft II Beta - Patch 14 notes
  8. Ars Technica reports Google blocks Tetris clones from Android market
  9. Shacknews reports BlizzCon tickets on sale last evening
  10. Ars Technica's Blur review: Fast and intense—and released at a bad time
  11. Beat Hazard, Garry's Mod, and X3: Terran Conflict updates released
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Kno dual-screen tablet appears at D8, Engadget goes hands-on
  2. Engadget's hands-on with PixelQi's tablet-ready screens
  3. TweakTown Commander PC benchmarked
  4. AnandTech's Asus U30Jc revisited: Adding an SSD
  5. bit-tech reviews Asus G73 gaming laptop
  6. PureOC reviews Samsung R580 notebook
  7. VR-Zone exclusive: Retail Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3 unboxed
  8. AnandTech and Guru3D review ASRock X58 Extreme3
  9. OC3D reviews Asus M4A89TD Pro
  10. KitGuru reviews MSI 890FXA-GD70
  11. Hardware Secrets reviews Foxconn A88GM Deluxe
  12. Tech ARP's SSD performance comparison guide
  13. TweakTown reviews 100GB RunCore Pro V SandForce SF-1200 SSD
  14. Techgage reviews 100GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD
  15. Madshrimps review 500GB Hitachi USB 2.0 portable HDD
  16. Guru3D reviews iNeo I-NA312N1 NAS
  17. TweakTown reviews TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G/A 3150Mbps 3G mobile wireless router

  1. bit-tech: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 specs and launch date leaked
  2. TweakTown has Galaxy GeForce GTX 465 in SLI tested
  3. InsideHW on AMD CrossFireX: It takes two to tango
  4. KitGuru reviews PowerColor HD 5850 PCS+
  5. AnandTech on a new 30" contender: hp ZR30w review
  6. HotHardware's hands-on with the new Asus eReader / writer
  7. TestFreaks review Virgin Mobile LG Rumor Touch
  8. t-break spends 5 minutes with Logitech
  9. PureOC reviews Thrustmaster Ferrari F430 force feedback driving wheel
  10. Bona Fide Reviews on Nextar M3-03 3.5" touchscreen GPS
Power, cases, modding, and cooling

  1. Hardware Heaven reviews 850W SilverStone Strider Plus PSU
  2. ThinkComputers reviews 750W Antec EarthWatts PSU
  3. Overclockers Online reviews 500W OCZ ModXStream Pro PSU
  4. XSReviews has PSU roundup: Cooler Master vs. be quiet! vs. Antec
  5. previews Antec Lanboy Air
  6. OverclockersHQ reviews Thermaltake Armor A90 case
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Thermaltake Element-Q mITX HTPC case
  8. [OC]ModShop shows how to etch a printed circuit board
  9. UMLan reviews Cooler Master NotePal ErgoStand
  10. ThinkComputers on the $2.50 laptop stand
  11. Hardware Secrets reviews Prolimatech Armageddon CPU cooler
  12. ProClockers review Noctua NH-C12P SE14 CPU cooler
  13. Hardware Canucks review Coolink Corator DS CPU cooler
  14. Big Bruin reviews Thermalright AXP-140 CPU cooler
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