Thursday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on February 9, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. NC State: Engineers boost computer processor performance by over 20%
  2. Windows 8 on ARM: The desktop is still there - All About Microsoft
  3. Engadget: Sprint announces Q4 2011 results - the iPhone brings in new
    customers & Sprint adds Kansas City and Baltimore to list of LTE markets
  4. LA Times: Verzon brings back double-data promo for 4G phones
  5. The Verge: hp releases Android test kernel for TouchPad to CyanogenMod team
  6. Building Windows 8: Improving power efficiency for applications
  7. Eurogamer: Valve makes Portal 2 Space Core mod for Skyrim
  8. The Verge reports Windows Store games for Windows 8 revealed

Thursday

  1. WSJ: Apple asked standards body to set rules for essential patents
  2. The Huffington Post reports iPad 2 trademark in China may cost Apple millions
  3. Boxee Blog: Cable companies want government
    to help them increase your bill & limit competition
  4. KitGuru interviews Arctic's Brice Vandervoorde
  5. Engadget: Maingear's Titan 16 has a change of heart, keyboard
  6. LaptopReviews: hp Envy 14 Spectre now available to order for $1,399
  7. VR-Zone reports Pentax outs 13th generation of waterproof cameras
  8. TUAW: Canon introduces two new AirPrint inkjet printers
  9. VR-Zone: Cooler Master to drop prices on HAF X & HAF 932 Advanced in Europe
  10. NCIX's Sweetheart sale event
  11. Dealzon's deals: $250 off 14” hp Envy 14 Spectre ultrabook i5-2467M /
    128GB SSD, $200 coupon for 14” hp dm4t Beats Edition, $50 coupon
    for hp Elite h8qe i7-3820 / Radeon HD 7570, and $45 off 128GB OCZ
    Octane 2.5" SSD
Mobile

  1. C|Net: Study credits 'app economy' with 500,000 U.S. jobs
  2. Nokia: We've nowhere to go but Windows Phone
  3. Engadget: Android 4.0.4 ROM leaks for Verizon's Galaxy Nexus and
    LG teases Optimus Vu Android smartphone with 5" screen, 4:3 aspect
    ratio (video)
  4. VR-Zone: Samsung's Galaxy S III reported to be a slender 7mm thin
  5. Engadget's white Nokia N9 hands-on
  6. The Next Web: Google Voice update for Android
    brings Ice Cream Sandwich looks, offline SMS
  7. The Verge: Vonage Mobile app for Android and
    iOS promises to undercut Skype's rates by 30%
Gaming

  1. The Verge: PlayStation 3 v4.10 update changes PSN
    account names and breaks Netflix, fix available
  2. HotHardware: Should next-gen consoles be upgradeable?
Systems and storage

  1. Motherboards.org and BCCHardware
  2. Engadget and The Verge on Alienware's X51
  3. TweakTown shares Razer Blade initial impressions & user interface panel hands-on
  4. TechReviewSource on Asus Zenbook UX21E-DH52
  5. Bits 'n Chips review Alienware M17X R3 (in Italian)
  6. Legit Reviews on Gigabyte GA-X79-UD7
  7. Funky Kit reviews Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3
  8. Björn3D reviews Biostar TPower X79
  9. Hardware Secrets on ASRock X79 Extreme6/GB
  10. ocaholic reviews 16GB Crucial Ballistix Elite 2000MHz memory kit
  11. Technic3D on 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 CL9 memory kit (in German)
  12. circuitRemix's MacBook Pro SSD upgrade guide and performance testing
  13. TWL reviews Diablotek SSD to USB 3.0 SATA adapter
  14. Big Bruin reviews Synology DiskStation DS212
Multimedia

  1. Hi Tech Legion reviews Asus GTX 560 Ti 448 Core DirectCU II 1280MB
  2. OCC's Sapphire VID-2X review
  3. The Verge's Sony NEX-7 review
  4. TechReviews UK on Jabra Drive Bluetooth speakerphone
  5. Guru3D reviews Corsair Vengeance K60 keyboard
Cases, power, and cooling

  1. Hardware Heaven and Neoseeker review Antec Eleven Hundred case
  2. Hardware Canucks and PC Perspective review NZXT Switch 810 case
  3. TweakTown reviews BitFenix Raider case
  4. OCIA reviews Azza Fusion 3000 case
  5. Futurelooks has SilverStone Raven 3 and 850W Stider Gold PSU combo review
  6. MissingRemote on Fractal Design Core 1000 mATX case
  7. APH Networks on SilverStone SST-AP121-USB air channeling fan
  8. Rbmods on Noctua NF-B9, NF-P12 & NF-R8 fans
  9. KitGuru reviews Arctic Accelero Xtreme 7970 cooler
   
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