Selection Sunday Shortbread


— 2:14 PM on March 11, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: At hacking contest, Google Chrome falls to third zero-day attack (updated)
  2. DailyTech: Microsoft Office for iPad? Microsoft moves to kill OnLive's free workaround
  3. VR-Zone: ASRock's X79 Extreme11 has a very fitting name
  4. AnandTech's brief look at some upcoming 7-series motherboards
  5. ValueTech: The SSD / NAND isn't dead, even in 2024
  6. Fudzilla notes that GTX 580 gets substantial price cut and
    Intel's Medfield phone outpaces Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  7. Ars Technica's review: iPhoto for iOS out-does Adobe for mobile image editing
  8. John Romero has plans to make a good old school FPS

Selection Sunday

  1. Ars Technica: With arrests, HBGary hack saga finally ends
  2. T3: Google paying Apple $1 billion to be default search engine?
  3. GamePolitics: Minnesota lawmakers seek to ban community broadband
  4. KitGuru reports Asus Master of Overclocking Finals begin and final result
  5. Tbreak's interview with Symantec's Amit Walia & Brian Greene
  6. DailyTech reports one ring is crux of hp's photonic supercomputing project
  7. Fudzilla: EVGA gives sneak peek at its 7-series motherboard
    and Seagate rolls out new ultrathin 2.5" FreeAgent drive
Mobile

  1. Ars Technica: iPhone Configuration Utility enables running iPhoto on original iPad
  2. AnandTech's analysis of the new Apple iPad
  3. Ars Technica's mini review: iPhones get a charge from Third Rail
Gaming

  1. Mojang announces Scrolls will be Scrolls
  2. Gaming Blend: Capcom's disc-locked content could combat used game sales
Hardware

  1. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - NX technology
  2. Rbmods on Verbatim's 120GB 2.5" SSD
  3. ThinkComputers unboxes the Tt eSports Black Element mouse
   
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