Tuesday Shortbread

— 5:29 AM on February 21, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. Microsoft: Google bypassed privacy settings in IE, too
  2. Bloomberg reports single-atom transistor may beat Moore's Law
  3. Laptop Reviews: Lenovo IdeaPad U300e
    ultrabook now available, costs under $1,000
  4. SweClockers: Nvidia to release GK104 in
    March as GeForce GTX 670 Ti (in Swedish)
  5. VR-Zone has Nvidia GK107 details
  6. Building Windows 8: Connecting your apps, files, PCs
    & devices to the cloud with SkyDrive and Windows 8
  7. F Secure on Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper: More control for "you"
  8. Microsoft extends support for Windows 7 and Vista


  1. Bloomberg: Yelp seeks to raise up to $100 million in initial offering
  2. VR-Zone: Broadcom talks in-car networking
  3. Engadget: Ceton officially drops the InfiniTV 4 price to $199
  4. GTV Hacker: Root for Sony Google TV with unsigned kernels

  1. Engadget: ICS update for Eee Pad Transformer delayed (again) until March
  2. GigaOM: Android apps on PlayBook won't support mobile advertising from RIM
  3. Tweak.dk: LG announced its new Optimus LTE Tag smartphone
  4. VR-Zone: Prima releases Skyrim interactive iPad and iPhone app
Software and gaming

  1. Windows 8 builds list
  2. Eurogamer: Alan Wake PC makes money back in 48 hours
  3. Strategy Informer reviews Alan Wake

  1. KitGuru reviews Sapphire Edge HD3 mini PC
  2. Hardware Canucks post 240GB Intel 520
    Series SSD RAID 0 performance review
  3. X-bit labs review 512GB OCZ Octane SSD
  4. HCW reviews 240GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD
  5. Tbreak reviews MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III
  6. Madshrimps review Cooler Master Silencio 550 case
  7. circuitRemix reviews Corsair Hydro Series H100
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