Ash Wednesday Shortbread


— 5:59 AM on March 9, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Nvidia CEO: Mobile computing poised to disrupt PCs
    and servers - VentureBeat (Nvidia CEO Q&A is here)
  2. SlashGear reports webOS on every hp PC from 2012, as firm seeks its "lost soul"
  3. Expreview reports Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 to roll out on March 22nd
  4. Fudzilla: AMD causes confusion over HD 6990 BIOS switch
  5. Guru3D Forums and Techgage have early previews of AMD's Catalyst 11.4
  6. Fudzilla reports Intel's B3 stepping Sandy Bridge motherboards are available
  7. The NY Times: Software progress beats Moore's Law
  8. Ars Technica: Supremes to decide if public domain works can be re-copyrighted

Ash Wednesday

  1. The essence of the 'Net: Ars Technica has a history of the protocols that hold the network together
  2. Bing welcomes Kayak
  3. Microsoft's music / video services futures: The plot thickens with 'Ventura'
  4. Bloomberg: Apotheker seeks to save hp's 'lost soul' with software growth
  5. UK scientists warn of 'dangerous over-reliance' on GPS
  6. Ars Technica: Future of Qt brighter after Digia buys licensing biz from Nokia
  7. Ars Technica reports Anonymous revives Operation Payback, wages war on "copywrong"
  8. TorrentFreak: The Pirate Bay founder 'disappears,' but not with malice
  9. Ars Technica reports Warner Bros. taking movie rentals to its Facebook pages
    and million-song dataset: Take it, it's free
  10. The Dasient Q4 malware update
Hardware news

  1. Donanim Haber has GeForce GTX 590: First picture and details (in Turkish)
  2. SIA: Global chip sales rise in January, bucking recent declines - WSJ
  3. TC Magazine: Toradex develops uber-compact Intel Oak Trail-based PC
  4. DigiTimes reports Asus and Gigabyte shipping new Sandy Bridge products
  5. TC Magazine: Core i7-980x hexa-core is scheduled for retirement
    and Gigabyte readies WindForce-cooled Radeon HD 6970
  6. SemiAccurate reports Plugable launches $65 USB docking client
  7. Engadget: Logitech intros $350 surround sound speakers Z906
  8. TC Magazine: Zalman officially intros the CNPS11X Extreme CPU cooler
  9. VR-Zone reports Gelid showcases GX-7 CPU cooler
  10. Dealzon's deals: 30% coupon for 15.6” hp dv6t quad i7 2nd gen, $50 coupon
    for 17.3” Alienware M17x i7 2nd gen, $150 off 15.6” Toshiba L655D-S5164
    AMD quad, and $80 off 27” Samsung p2770hd LCD monitor
Mobile

  1. Bloomberg: Sprint, Deutsche Telecom said to discuss T-Mobile USA merger
  2. TmoNews: T-Mobile unveiling new webConnect plans including 10GB plan
  3. Bloomberg: Internet by the minute lures mobile users in emerging markets
  4. DailyTech: Microsoft's mobile marketshare down during the first few months of Windows Phone 7
  5. ARMDevices.net: Hard Kernel presents Samsung Exynos 4210
    ARM Cortex-A9 1GHz dual-core in 10.1" capacitive tablet
  6. Engadget: ExoPC Windows 7-based slate not coming until September, will play 1080p vids
  7. CrackBerry reports 7digital and RIM strike a chord with music store on the BlackBerry PlayBook
  8. DigiTimes: Acer sees larger than expected order volumes for initial tablet PCs
  9. Mac Rumors: 64GB iPhone 4 prototype leaked from Foxconn [update]
  10. Liliputing: Motorola Atrix 4G hack turns the phone into a desktop... no dock required
  11. Google Instant Previews for mobile: How to poach an egg
  12. Download Squad: Foursquare 3.0 update adds recommendation
    engine, more deals, and SXSW AmEx experiment
  13. Computerworld: Android now more profitable than iOS for well-known game developer
  14. Review Horizon: TetherGPS brings GPS navigation to Nook Color without Bluetooth
Software

  1. Microsoft's March 2011 security bulletin release
  2. Phoronix on the direction of AMD graphics in Ubuntu 11.04
  3. Ars Technica's virtualization in the trenches with VMware, part 3: Networking in the enterprise
  4. FEP, MSE, and FCS - and Windows 7 SP1
  5. Visual Studio 2010 enhancements
  6. Update Rollup 3 for Exchange 2010 SP1 and Exchange 2007 SP3
  7. TechSpot on Apple Mac OS X Lion: A preview of what's to come
  8. Expreview on FurMark 1.9.0 GPU stress test tool
  9. Download Squad reports Chromium, Chrome's open-source brother, has a new logo
  10. Google Chrome 11.0.696.0
  11. Latest Opera 11.10 snapshot: Password Monster vanquished by heroic developer
  12. TUAW reports Apple updates iTunes to 10.2.1
  13. gnuru.org on iPod touch, iPhone, and Linux - making it all work
Gaming

  1. CVG: Games for Windows Live 'will get better,' promises Microsoft
  2. Engadget: Microsoft goes on a hiring spree for new Xbox
    hardware devs, staffing up for next console push?
  3. Fudzilla: Xbox Spring Update to bring Live Lab?
  4. Joystiq on Kinect hacks: Ambient music within arms' reach
  5. Use of interactive digital exercise games by children
    can result in high level of energy expenditure
  6. Ars Technica on why Mortal Kombat was the surprise hit of GDC: It's awesome
  7. Shacknews reports Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception video introduces us to the bad guy
    and Dragon Age 2 high-res texture pack released
    and Deus Ex: Human Revolution due in August
    and Bungie vets Moonshot announce Fallen Frontier
    and Battlefield Heroes celebrates 7M users
  8. Ars Technica's Alice hands-on, interview, impressions;
    Shacknews pens Alice: Madness Returns preview
  9. Shacknews posts Shadows of the Damned hands-on preview
  10. FiringSquad's Minecraft tips: Quick start guide
  11. Crysis 2: PC vs. Xbox 360 side-by-side graphics comparison (HD)
  12. Super Mario Bros. nextgen AAA (video)
  13. Steam's midweek madness - Mafia II (75% off sale ends today at 6PM CST)
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. InsideHW pits AMD Fusion vs. Intel Atom: Clash of the integrations
  2. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews Toshiba Satellite L645D: Mobile AMD at 3GHz
  3. TweakTown reviews Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4
  4. OCC's Intel P67 motherboards roundup
  5. Hardware Canucks review Sapphire Pure Black X58
  6. The SSD Review on Areca 1880 SAS / SSD RAID card
  7. Ars Technica's Verizon LG VL600 review: Blazing LTE comes to your laptop
Multimedia

  1. Hardware Heaven's Sapphire Radeon HD 6990 CrossFire review
  2. KitGuru's HIS HD 6990 dual CrossFireX review
  3. FiringSquad. Hardware Secrets, HT4U, and Techgage p/review AMD Radeon HD 6990
  4. Expreview previews XFX Radeon HD 6990
  5. Three HIS HD 68xx graphics cards tested at Metku
  6. Tweaknews on Zotac GeForce GTX 570
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Asus ENGTS450 DirectCU OC
  8. AnandTech reviews TViX Slim S1: Bidding adieu to the Realtek RTD1283
  9. SweClockers on Asus Thunderbolt sound and Killer NIC card combo (in Swedish)
Casing and cooling

  1. Hi Tech Legion reviews Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition case
  2. TechReaction reviews NZXT Whisper case
  3. Everything USB reviews Thermaltake Max 5G USB 3.0 enclosure
  4. OCIA reviews Corsair Hydro H70 liquid CPU cooler
  5. XtremeComputing reviews Noctua NH-D14 CPU cooler
  6. PureOC reviews Thermaltake Jing CPU cooler
   
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