Monday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on February 27, 2012

The Starting Five

  1. Bruce Schneier: Government, big data pose
    bigger 'Net threat than criminals - Ars Technica
  2. AnandTech reports Orange to sell co-branded Intel smartphone
    reference design directly to customers, codename: Santa Clara
    and Intel demos Graphics Performance Analyzer 2012 for Android
  3. Fudzilla reports Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2 10.1
  4. Neowin: Details about hp's Windows 8 tablet hardware leak
  5. AnandTech on HTC's new strategy - The HTC One

Monday

  1. Ars Technica: FBI turns off 3,000 GPS trackers after Supreme Court ruling
    and SSL fix aims to mend huge cracks in 'Net's foundation of trust
  2. Gigabit Internet for $80: the unlikely success of California's Sonic.net
  3. Computerworld reports Lenovo stops selling netbooks online
  4. Dealzon's deals: $380 coupon for 15.6” Lenovo Y570 i7-2670QM / GeForce
    GT 555M / Blu-ray, $150 off 15.6” Dell XPS 15z i5-2410M / GeForce GT
    525M / $200 bonus, and $100 off 15.6” Samsung Series 7 i7-2675QM /
    Radeon HD 6750M / $200 bonus
Mobile

  1. VR-Zone: Huawei announces in-house quad-core ARM SoC, new handsets
    at MWC and Samsung shoves pico projector inside the Galaxy Beam
  2. AnandTech: Sony announces Xperia P and U, joining Xperia S NXT series
  3. Fudzilla: Lenovo's affordable Ideapad A1 put to the test
  4. DragonSteelMods on HTC HC C652 case
Software and gaming

  1. New csf 5.47
  2. VG24/7: Second major patch for SWTOR to contain
    docking tweaks, ship customization put on hold
  3. Massively: Guild Wars 2 crafting explained
Hardware

  1. The SSD Review: Examining the SSD industry – researching
    the controller or processor with Wayne Eisenberg
  2. Hi Tech Legion reviews 8GB AMD Performance Edition DDR3-1600 memory kit
  3. PC Perspective on Asus DirectCU and DirectCU II for AMD:
    6850, 6870, 6950, and 6970 boards under the microscope
   
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