National Signing Day Shortbread

— 7:27 AM on February 2, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: Do large downloads need "Not Safe for Canada" badge?
  2. Computerworld reports Egypt restores links to Internet
  3. Bing shares thoughts on search quality (see related story here)
  4. AnandTech: Gigabyte announces 6-series motherboard replacement program
  5. Donanim Haber: AMD's Bulldozer still on schedule for first half 2011 (in Turkish)
  6. VR-Zone's exclusive: Intel's first LGA 2011 motherboards unveiled
  7. NordicHardware: Nvidia handpicks GF110 chips for GeForce GTX 590
  8. VG247: Crysis 2 gets minimum PC specs, Intel Core 2 Duo and up

National Signing Day

  1. Ars Technica: Tech giants to enable IPv6 on "World IPv6 Day" in June
  2. CBC News: CRTC's Internet billing decision faces review (thanks dpaus)
  3. Leaked at BusinessInsider: AOL's master plan
  4. SuperSite for Windows editorial: Microsoft should abandon the consumer market
  5. The Official Google Blog: Check in with Google Latitude
  6. Website du jour: Art Project powered by Google
Hardware news

  1. Laptoping: Toshiba recalls Sandy Bridge-based Satellite, Portege, Qosmio laptops
  2. Dealzon's deals: $89 off 13” MacBook white, $189 off 15.6” Dell XPS 15 / Blu-ray,
    $100 coupon for Dell Studio XPS 7100 + 23” LED, and $70 coupon for Logitech
    diNovo Edge keyboard

  1. DailyTech reports Microsoft kills disastrous Kin phone's data service
  2. Ars Technica: Samsung Galaxy Tab return several times that of the iPad
  3. HotHardware reviews ViewSonic gTablet
  4. Ars Technica's hands-on: Hear iMainGo X ultraportable speakers loud and clear
  5. Ars Technica reports world's first 3D smartphone, LG Optimus 3D, to debut 2/14
  6. HotHardware reviews HTC Evo Shift 4G
  7. Ars Technica: Android enthusiasts hack Honeycomb to run on Nook Color

  1. Ars Technica: Chrome takes 10% usage share, IE continues to hemorrhage
  2. Important update about Exchange 2010 Personal Archives support in Outlook 2007

  1. Steam's screenshot feature feedback
  2. Ars Technica on Sony's latest PS3 firmware gaffe: No hard drive upgrades
  3. Satin silver version of Sony PlayStation 3 to launch in Japan on March 10
  4. Shacknews: OnLive launches PlayPack with 38 games
  5. Company of Heroes Online beta closing March 31
  6. Shacknews reports Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword expansion coming
    to PC later this year and Demon's Souls successor named Dark Souls and
    Square releasing Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection in North America
    on April 19
  7. VGChartz: The top 20 games of 2010 in the USA, UK, France, Germany & Spain
  8. LiveScience: Girls who play video games with dad are happier
Systems and storage

  1. Hardware Heaven reviews Alienware M17x R3 with 3D Vision gaming laptop
  2. StorageReview's Lenovo ThinkPad T410 review
  3. ThinkComputers reviews Zotac IONITX-P-E mini-ITX motherboard
  4. OCC reviews 640GB Seagate FreeAgent Go & 500GB FreeAgent GoFlex Ultra
  5. Benchmark Reviews on 60GB Muskin Callisto Deluxe SSD

  1. t-break on the 72" LG LZ9700 LED TV launch
  2. Tweaknews on Samsung BD-C6900 3D Blu-ray player
  3. TweakPC reviews Corsair HS1 headset (in German)
  4. PureOC reviews Cooler Master Storm Spawn gaming mouse
  5. Overclockers Online reviews Mionix Naos 3200 gaming mouse
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. TweakTown reviews 1200W AData HM-1200 PSU
  2. BCCHardware reviews 1000W Cooler Master Silent Power Gold PSU
  3. OCIA reviews 760W PC Power & Cooling Silencer PSU
  4. ocaholic's CM Choiix Power Fort 5.5 review
  5. Neoseeker's NZXT Bunker review
  6. OC3D's Zalman CNPS 9900 Max video review
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