Wednesday Shortbread

— 11:49 AM on March 7, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. Intel exec: We never wanted to buy SeaMicro, anyway - PCMag
  2. Ars Technica: Apple wins right to Android development details in patent lawsuit
    and Apple offered to license its patents to Android handset makers at $15 a pop
  3. Computerworld: FTC to require Western Digital to sell off assets in acquisition
  4. "Everything incriminating has been burned": Anons fight panic after Sabu betrayal
  5. AnandTech's Ivy Bridge preview: Core i7-3770K tested
  6. VR-Zone: Sapphire demos 6GB Radeon HD 7970
    card at CeBIT, might be the next Toxic card
  7. Reuters: Video game industry looks for new plan to reach players
  8. LA Times: Billions of DVDs headed to digital cloud, Warner executive says


  1. AnandTech reports Google rebrands and renames Android Market to Google Play
  2. Reuters has an exclusive: Netflix in talks for cable partnership
  3. Ars Technica on how the FBI tracked and busted a Chicago Anon
  4. Forbes: Anonymous posts response letter to snitch Sabu (on a hacked firm's website)
  5. Yahoo! News: No surprise the U.S. growth of Facebook has slowed
  6. Intel's Xeon E5 (Romley-EP) launch: VR-Zone's interview with Intel APAC team
  7. VR-Zone: Gigabyte displays its first LGA-2011 workstation board at CeBIT
    and ECS to offer Z77 on a budget with Z77H2-A3 and Shuttle displays Z77-
    equipped XPC Z77R5 barebone at CeBIT
  8. [H]ard|OCP: Asus shows off Z77 motherboards
  9. TechDigest: Toshiba reveals Qosmio X870 gaming laptop
  10. X-bit labs: Micron develops world's first 2.5" PCIe enterprise SSD
  11. AnandTech reports Corsair releases Accelerator series SSDs
  12. VR-Zone: Genius shows off an interesting projector screen at CeBIT
    and Sappire wants to bring Vapor-X to the CPU cooler market
  13. Dealzon's deals: $100 coupon for 15.6” Dell Latitude E5520 i5-2430M,
    $120 off 14” Toshiba R845 i5-2430M / 6GB RAM, $10.00 coupon for
    23” hp x2301 LED monitor, and $21 coupon for Lenovo M0520 speakers

  1. Ars Technica takes a closer look at Google Play
  2. AnandTech reports Verizon Wireless announces its Android 4.0 update list
  3. Senseg hints to Pocket-lint that iPad 3 will feature its Feel technology
  4. Network World on why the holdouts aren't buying an iPad 3
  5. HardwareLook reviews Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Software and gaming

  1. Ars Technica: Adobe releases Lightroom 4 with improved features, $150 price drop
  2. Timberwolf browser for AmigaOS
  3. MCV: Peter Molyneux quits Lionhead and Microsoft
  4. Ars Technica reports EA reveals new Medal of Honor Warfighter
    for October 23 and indie game devs fight blatant rip-offs
  5. CVG reports Assassin's Creed 3 will have online co-op
  6. Nvidia Moscow: A gamer's destination
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. TechReviewSource on Lenovo IdeaPad A1
  2. AnandTech on the Xeon E5-2600: Dual-Sandy Bridge for servers
  3. VR-Zone's Xeon E5-2690 and E5-2660 8-core Sandy Bridge-EP review
  4. VR-Zone's MSI Z77A-GD65 quick preview
  5. PC Perspective reviews MSI X79A-GD65 (8D)
  6. Tbreak reviews 240GB Intel Series 520 SSD
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Asus USB-N53 dual-band wireless adapter
Graphics and power

  1. TweakTown tests VisionTek Radeon HD 7970 3GB cards in 4-way CrossFireX
  2. [H]ard|OCP reviews AMD Radeon HD 7870 and 7850
  3. X-bit labs review Asus GTX 560 Ti 448-cores DirectCU II
  4. VR-Zone's 1000W Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 PSU review
  5. techPowerUp! reviews 1000W Kingwin Lazer Platinum PSU
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