Friday Shortbread


— 6:55 AM on September 16, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Reuters: hp execs misled investors before August stock crash: lawsuit
  2. VR-Zone reports AMD benchmarks FX against Intel CPUs
  3. X-bit labs: Intel unveils details about research near-threshold voltage processor
  4. X-bit labs on Intel's Hybrid Memory Cube: When ultra high-density meets high-speed
  5. SemiAccurate reports Supermicro shows off a Larrabee box
  6. Fudzilla reports Intel SSDs to get SandForce and
    AMD switchable graphics support Intel CPUs
  7. Planet Battlefield: Battlefield 3 PC beta ready, waiting on Microsoft & Sony
  8. Research@Intel: Wolfenstein gets ray traced - now with more horsepower and new effects

Friday

  1. Fudzilla reports Intel rules out buying hp's hardware business
  2. Analysts: Facebook should buy webOS - X-bit labs
  3. Fudzilla: Italian security expert releases list of industry vulnerabilities
  4. Cost of Europe's 20-year copyright extension? €1 billion - Ars Technica
  5. PCPer podcast #170
Hardware news

  1. VR-Zone covers IDF day 2: Mobile Ivy Bridge, Haswell show up
  2. SemiAccurate reports PCI Express is on a quest for speed
    and Thunderbolt on display @ IDF
  3. Fudzilla reports Nvidia Kal El in notebooks, too
  4. TC Magazine: Netbooks based on 'Cedar Trail' now expected in December
    and Micron rolls out RealSSD P400e enterprise SSDs and OWC
    offering first SATA 6.0Gbps SSDs for Apple's 2011 MacBook Air
  5. VR-Zone has ECS X79R-AX Black Series motherboard pictured and Canon unveils
    PowerShot S100 and PowerShot SX40 HS with new DIGIC 5 image processor
    and Sony unveils new range of Balanced Armature in-ear headphones
  6. Dealzon's deals: $550 coupon for 14” Lenovo Y470 i5-2410M / Blu-ray, $189 off
    14” Dell Inspiron 14z i3-2330M / 6GB RAM, $30 coupon for 11.6” hp dm1z AMD
    Fusion / 4GB RAM, and $25 coupon for Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB GDDR5
    PCIe video card
Mobile

  1. AnandTech looks at Windows 8 tablets running on TI, Qualcomm, Nvidia, AMD & Intel silicon
  2. PCWorld - Windows 8 on ARM processors: Three working tablet demos
  3. Ars Technica reports Archos launching 8" Android 3.2 tablet for $299
  4. VR-Zone: Google Nexus Prime with dual-core processor to launch end October?
  5. TC Magazine: LG LU2600 detailed, comes with 720p display, 1.5GHz dual-core
    chip, LTE and HTC Vigor press shot leaks, release rumored for October 13th
  6. Ars Technica's hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S II
  7. Ars Technica's hands-on: Firefox Mobile's new Android tablet interface
  8. Fudzilla reports portable and phones not on Valve's radar
Software and gaming

  1. Fudzilla reports Microsoft pioneers software compiler as a service
  2. Google: Windows 8 App Store not competition for Chrome Web Store - TechRadar
  3. X-bit labs: Sony PS Vita to ship in late December, set to have shorter battery life
  4. Battleblog #11: Every Battlefield 3 multiplayer game mode explained
  5. Bethesda Blog: Watch the Rage TV spot and when TF2 met Skyrim
  6. Ars Technica reviews Gears of War 3
  7. Techgage's Hard Reset review
Systems and storage

  1. Overclockers.com reviews Gigabyte G1.Sniper2
  2. techPowerUp! reviews Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z
  3. OCIA reviews Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5
  4. Björn3D reviews 60GB Silicon Power Velox V30 SSD
Multimedia, case, and cooling

  1. OC3D reviews Asus RoG Mars 2
  2. Björn3D reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 Vapor-X
  3. Fudzilla reviews Gainward GTX 560 2GB
  4. Hi Tech Legion reviews NZXT Avatar S gaming mouse
  5. Real World Labs on In Win Buc case
  6. OCC's Corsair Hydro Series H100 review
  7. VR-Zone reviews Thermalright Silver Arrow CPU cooler
  8. TWL reviews NZXT Havik 140 CPU cooler
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