Wednesday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on January 25, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. Austin American-Statesman: Despite progress in
    processor sales, AMD earnings in the red for 4Q
  2. C|Net reports Nvidia cuts revenue outlook, citing hard disk shortage
  3. Judge: Fifth Amendment doesn't protect encrypted hard drives - Ars Technica
  4. X-bit labs: Arctic Cooling reportedly plans to sue AMD for "Fusion" trademark
    and WD's shipments drop 42% due to severe flooding in Thailand
  5. AnandTech reports TRIM Enabler 2.0 for OS X Lion released and
    Samsung updates the firmware of SSD 830 series, fixes BSOD issue
  6. VR-Zone: Intel graphics to challenge Nvidia, AMD in CAD pro space?
  7. 9to5Mac: Steve Jobs looked to reinvent Apple's iPhone photography
    with instant capture system, advanced light-field sensors
  8. The Verge: Android 4.0 runs on an AMD tablet, thanks to the Android-x86 project

Wednesday

  1. CBC News: Rogers violating federal net neutrality rules, CRTC says
  2. DailyTech on bribes and LTE: the bizarre case of LightSquared, Obama, and the USAF
  3. X-bit labs: Micron takes over Virtensys to boost enterprise SSD effort
  4. AppleInsider: Dutch court rules Samsung Galaxy
    Tab 10.1 doesn't infringe on Apple's designs
  5. Bloomberg: Verizon posts loss on pension costs as rising iPhone sales boost
    expenses and Elpida shares rise after report of Micron, Nanya merger talks
  6. Fudzilla reports AT&T and T-Mobile seek approval of $1 billion spectrum transfer
  7. MediaBeat: Audiobooks.com lets you fill your ears for $25 per month
  8. VR-Zone: Microsoft names former anti-virus employee as Kelihos botnet suspect
  9. Jurors: leave the information—or go to jail
  10. Hi Tech Legion's CES 2012 coverage part 5
  11. Ars Technica: Apple expected to adopt gigabit WiFi standard ahead of schedule
  12. Fudzilla reports Sony refreshes Vaio line and
    OCZ releases Octane SSD firmware update
  13. VR-Zone: PowerVR discrete GPGPU PCIe card coming later in 2012
    and Compucase to unleash Cougar Evolution BO 'Super Mid Tower'
  14. Newegg's portable gadgets sale
  15. Dealzon's deals: $240 off 17.3” Toshiba L770D AMD A6-3420M,
    $100 off 15.6” Asus G53SX-XR1 i7-2630QM / GeForce GTX 560M
    2GB, $150 off 14” Toshiba R845 i5-2430M, and $170 off 14” Toshiba
    L740 i3-2350M / 6GB RAM
Mobile

  1. Real World Technologies on Medfield, Intel's x86 phone chip
Software and gaming

  1. AIDA64 v2.20 is released
  2. AnandTech on VLC 'hack' for encrypted Blu-ray playback compatibility
  3. Phoronix's preview: Intel's open-source driver can beat Mac OS X
  4. Is Lion Server suitable for home use? Ars investigates
  5. Bethesda Blog - save the date: QuakeCon 2012 dates announced
  6. Kotaku: Hackers brag that they're banning innocent Battlefield 3 users
  7. Origin adds games from 11 more publishers
  8. Fudzilla reports PC version of Alan Wake to be released
  9. Jagged Alliance: Back in Action - gameplay-trailer PEG
  10. Fudzilla: Kinect Star Wars in April?
  11. Kotaku: There will be official Minecraft Lego sets
  12. Notch: "It's become hip to pay for indie games" - PC Gamer
  13. Ars Technica's Dustforce review: a wonderfully maddening focus on player perfection
Systems and storage

  1. TechReviewSource on hp Envy 15 (early 2012)
  2. HotHardware's AMD A8-3870K unlocked Llano quad-core APU review
  3. NinjaLane reviews Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3
  4. AnandTech reviews ASRock X79 Extreme9 and Asus F1A75-M Pro
  5. Hardware Canucks test 3TB Seagate Barracuda in RAID 0
  6. ThinkComputers reviews 750GB Silicon Power Diamond D10 USB 3.0 2.5" HDD
  7. Motherboards.org's 1TB OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid review
  8. The SSD Review on 240GB Silicon Power Velox V30 SATA 3 SSD
  9. TweakTown reviews 128GB Samsung 830 series SSD
  10. circuitRemix reviews OWC DIY SSD upgrade kit
  11. KitGuru's Synology RackStation RS212 review
  12. Tweaknews on Asus DRW-24B3LT SATA DVD-RW drive
Multimedia

  1. KitGuru's Asus Radeon HD 7970 tri-CrossFire review
  2. Tbreak's Asus Radeon HD 7970 review
  3. TechReviews UK on BenQ XL2420T monitor
  4. Legit Reviews on Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421 portable USB monitor
  5. XSReviews on SteelSeries Siberia v2 – Natus Vincere edition headset
Cases and cooling

  1. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews Antec Three Hundred
    Two
    and Cooler Master Cosmos II cases
  2. Rbmods on Xigmatek Asgard Pro case
  3. Benchmark Reviews on SilverStone SST-GD06B HTPC case
  4. CowcotLand reviews Xilence Interceptor Pro case (in French)
  5. Technic3D reviews SilverStone PS07 case (in German)
  6. Hi Tech Legion reviews Fractal Design Define XL USB 3.0 upgrade kit
  7. ocaholic reviews Enermax ETS-T40-VD tower cooler
  8. X-bit labs review Prolimatech Panther CPU cooler
  9. HardwareOC reviews Corsair Hydro series H100 (in German)
  10. XtremeComputing reviews Arctic Accelero Xtreme Plus II VGA cooler
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