Wednesday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on January 18, 2012

The Pick 6

  1. WSJ reports Jerry Yang resigns from Yahoo!
  2. Sources tell AllThingsD: Four more board members will be following Yang out the door
  3. AllThingsD: RIM jumps on Samsung buyout rumors, but licensing deal more likely
  4. X-bit labs: AMD describes Piledriver architecture peculiarities to software developers
  5. VR-Zone: Multi-display support futures on Intel CPUs and
    rumor: Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 to release in February
  6. The Daily Beast: Even Woz thinks the Android bests the iPhone


  1. DigiTimes: Asus expected to suffer 20% on-quarter decline in 1Q12 revenues
  2. USA Today: Hackers swipe Zappos data; customers should change password
  3. PCMag: What will Apple reveal at Thursday's education event?
  4. Fortune: Scott Forstall is Apple's 'CEO-in-waiting' says new book
  5. OCIA covers CES 2012: Zotac
  6. VR-Zone: Samsuung announces 46" transparent LCD panel
  7. Dealzon's deals: $450 coupon for 17.3” hp dv7t i7-2670QM / 2GB Radeon HD
    7690M, $370 off 17.3” Toshiba L770D AMD A6-3420M, $150 off 13.3” Toshiba
    L730 i3-2350M, and $50 off 60GB Corsair Nova 2.5" SSD

  1. VR-Zone: Apple iPad 3 to launch in March with new features
Systems and storage

  1. Real World Technologies on IBM's z196 mainframe
  2. Ultimate Hardware reviews Phenom II X4 960T
  3. Legit Reviews: ECS enables Intel X79 SAS ports on X79R-AX motherboard
  4. techPowerUp! reviews 256GB Corsair Performance Pro SSD
  5. RAID 0 of SSDs: Two 120GB Kingston HyperX
    SSDs vs. 240GB Kingston HyperX SSD - X-bit labs
Multimedia, power, cases & cooling

  1. XSReviews on SteelSeries Diablo III headset
  2. Real World Labs on Jabra HALO2 Bluetooth headset
  3. TWL reviews Epson LabelWorks LW-400 label printer
  4. X-bit labs have 550W - 850W PSUs roundup
  5. Hardware Heaven, Hardware Secrets, Metku, Neoseeker,,
    and ThinkComputers review NZXT Swtich 810 case
  6. ProClockers review SilverStone Sugo SG08 mITX case
  7. PC Perspective reviews Corsair Hydro series H100 CPU cooler
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