Dr. Seuss Day Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on March 2, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Engadget: Microsoft's Rahul Sood says every PC industry exec should use a MacBook
  2. AMD Fusion APU Llano in a multi-tasking technology demonstration
  3. Business Insider: Microsoft preparing Windows 8 tablet design demos for June
  4. Intel delivers new dual-core Atom N570 processor for netbooks
  5. Intel on ARM servers: Wimpy cores niche at best - ZDNet
  6. VR-Zone reports Intel Solid-State Drive 320 series to launch mid-April
  7. techPowerUp!: AMD Radeon HD 6990 press deck leaked
    and March 8 launch date for Radeon HD 6990
  8. PCGA: Global PC gaming market grew 20% in 2010 to $16.2 billion

Dr. Seuss Day

  1. AllThingsD: Apple's Steve Jobs considering appearance at iPad 2 event
  2. Wired: 1 million workers. 90 million iPhones. 17 suicides. Who's to blame?
  3. The Telegraph: Gordon Brown 'blocked knighthood' for Steve Jobs
  4. Intel completes acquisition of McAfee
  5. Funky Kit's exclusive interview with Intel's Barry Sum (APAC region)
  6. Barron's: Seagate pares losses following JP Morgan downgrade
  7. Defining Internet "freedom": Ars interviews Senator Al Franken
  8. Yahoo! News reports NJ congressman tops 'Jeopardy' computer Watson
Hardware news

  1. Intel: EUV late for 10nm milestone - EE|Times
  2. C|Net reports Lenovo's got an eye-controlled laptop
  3. DigiTimes: Acer & Asus vigilant over Samsung's aggressive notebook shipment goal
    and Foxconn kicks off desktop PC production in Turkey
  4. SemiAccurate: SeaMicro updates their 512-core SM10000 server
  5. TC Magazine: Zotac debuts Brazos-powered Zbox mini-PCs and
    AMD Fusion-powered Asus Eee Box nettops seen at CeBIT
    and Maingear goes after gamers with the Titan 17 notebook
  6. VIA Eden X2 unveiled at Embedded Word 2011,
    world's most power-efficient dual-core processor
  7. SemiAccurate reports Intel H61 and Z68 shown at MSI
  8. Hexus.net reports G.Skill previews Phoenix II SATA 6Gbps SSD
  9. Hardware-Infos: Why AMD called HD 6800 HD 6800 (in German)
  10. TC Magazine: AOC announces 27" monitor with MVA panel, LED backlight
  11. Engadget: Panasonic celebrates higher plasma TV sales for 2010, sets prices for 2011
  12. TC Magazine: Razer readies Dragon Age II-themed gaming peripherals & accessories
    and Corsair now shipping the Hydro H60 liquid CPU cooler
  13. C.O.D. giveaway: GlacialTech Alaska
  14. Dealzon's deals: $389 off 15.6” Dell Vostro 3500 i7, $40 coupon for 11.6”
    Lenovo ThinkPad X120e AMD Fusion, $50 coupon for B&N Nook Color,
    and $50 off 320GB PS3 + Move bundle

  1. Ars Technica: Supreme Court rules AT&T can't keep bad behavior a secret
  2. Verizon CFO: We will move to tiered data pricing mid-summer - FierceWireless
  3. X-bit labs: Fujitsu to develop microprocessors featuring latest ARM architecture
  4. JPMorgan says tablets to grow into $35 billion market by 2012
  5. Laptop: hp says BlackBerry PlayBook imitates webOS, RIM responds
  6. Engadget's Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Windows 7 tablet hands-on
  7. HotHardware's Samsung Nexus S with Gingerbread review
  8. C|Net reports Opera, Inq ink mobile browser deal
  9. Symantec: Malware masquerading as Android apps - C|Net
  10. Gizmodo shares rumor: Amazon's app store for Android is coming this month
  11. Engadget: Survey finds a quarter of adults in the U.S. and U.K. are 'avid' mobile gamers

  1. TechFlash: Apple fights for 'App Store' name, calls Microsoft clueless as usual
  2. Beyond3D reports 3ds Max 2012 and Maya 2012 adds PhysX support
  3. Trillian for Windows: The continuous client (5.0 build 30)
  4. Ars Technica's hands-on: Google Cloud Connect for Office not ready for prime-time
  5. BCW reviews Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  6. Adobe Flash Player
  7. TC Magazine: GeForce 267.24 beta available, brings tweaks, extra game support
  8. Mozilla Firefox 3 3.6.14
  9. Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.8
  10. Google Chrome 11.0.686.1 and 9.0.597.107

  1. IGN reports GameStop accused of recording personal information
  2. Panasonic has dropped game development project (Jungle handheld)
  3. Edge Magazine: Sony announces Home 1.5 at GDC 2011
  4. Humble Bundle creator on Ars Technica's influence and why Linux is important
  5. Shacknews reports Sins of a Solar Empire Rebellion announced and
    Civilization V adding free multiplayer maps, premium 'Polyneisa DLC' 3/3
    Dawn of War II - Retribution pre-order bonus now sold separately
    and Magicka: Vietnam expansion announced
  6. 2011 IGF finalists
  7. Steam client update released
  8. Shacknews posts Brink hands-on preview
  9. Ars Technica reviews Pixeljunk Shooter 2
Systems and storage

  1. AppleInsider's first look: Apple's 13" & 15" MacBook Pros with Thunderbolt
  2. Ars Technica's virtualization in the trenches with
    VMware, part 2: Storage, networking, and blades
  3. KitGuru reviews Sapphire Edge-HD mini PC
  4. TR alum Dustin Sklavos on AVADirect's Clevo P170HM
    with GeForce GTX 485M: High-end you've been waiting for
  5. Engadget's Asus Eee PC 1015B and 1215B hands-on
  6. Björn3D reviews 750GB Seagate Momentus 3Gb/s HDD
  7. PC Perspective reviews 250GB Intel 510 series SATA 6G SSD
  8. Tech ARP reviews 80GB OCZ RevoDrive PCI-E SSD
  9. ProClockers review 50GB OCZ RevoDrive PCI-E SSD

  1. AnandTech posts Lucid Virtu performance preview
  2. X-bit labs on pre-overclocked GeForce GTX 570 cards: Gainward vs. Zotac
  3. techPowerUp! reviews PowerColor HD 6970 PCS+ 2GB
  4. Guru3D reviews HIS HD 6970 Turbo 2GB
  5. AnandTech reviews NEC PA301w: The baddest 30" display around
  6. Examiner reviews Razer Naga Epic gaming mouse
Power and cooling

  1. Hardware Heaven reviews 760W PC Power and Cooling Silencer PSU
  2. [H]ard|OCP reviews 550W Kingwin LZP-550 PSU
  3. TweakTown reviews Antec Kühler H2O 620
  4. Legit Reviews on Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Pro CPU cooler
  5. Hardware Secrets posts thermal compounds roundup - March 2011
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