Wednesday Shortbread


— 4:17 PM on March 28, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. X-bit labs: hp sees Microsoft Windows and Linux
    as viable solutions for mission-critical systems
  2. Ars Technica: Leaks imply first Ivy Bridge-based Macs could launch in late April
  3. VR-Zone: Intel Valleyview 2 clock speeds and more unveiled and Intel's
    Smart Response, Smart Connect & Rapid Start requirements detailed
    and Nvidia Tegra 4 to get GPGPU i.e. GPU computational capabilities,
    Kepler inside?
  4. Fudzilla: Five desktop Core i3 Ivy Bridge processors in Q2
  5. AnandTech reviews the new iPad
  6. Ars Technica: Sony PS3 "Orbis" rumored for
    late 2013, ties retail games to online accounts
  7. VR-Zone reports FBI and other license Unreal game engine
    and Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition to launch on iPad and PC
  8. VG24/7 reports Battlefield 3 PC patch dropping tomorrow

Wednesday

  1. Neowin: Anonymous threatens to bring down the Internet
  2. VR-Zone: Huawei aims to be the new IBM?
  3. X-bit labs: Court grants Asus rights to use "Transformer" and
    Hynix becomes SK Hynix, plans to start making custom chips
  4. Fudzilla reports Google Drive coming in April
  5. Intel: 75 ultrabook designs on track for 2012 - X-bit labs
  6. Fudzilla: Next-gen netbooks support 12.1"
    and Tyan releases new Xeon platform
    and Intel sticks to WiMAX in 2012 and
    EVGA GTX 680 Superclocked now official and
    PowerColor's HD 7970 Vortex II comes soon
  7. VR-Zone: Microsoft considering Kinect as home security camera, facial tracker
    and Zalman soon to release VF3000-equipped HD 7950 graphics card
  8. DailyTech: MIT builds 3D solar structures capable of
    generating 20 times the power output of flat panels
  9. Ars Technica: Hacking Scarlett Johansson—and
    50 other celebs—using Google and gumption
  10. Newegg's Quick-Draw Deals
  11. Dealzon's deals: $280 coupon 14” Lenovo U400 i5-2450M / Radeon HD 6470M,
    $337 coupon for 27” hp Omni 27q i5-2400S, $287 coupon 21.5” hp Omni 220q
    i7-2600S / Radeon HD 7450A / Blu-ray, and $600 off 50” LG 3D plasma TV
Mobile

  1. Fudzilla reports Near Field Communication takes off
  2. VR-Zone: Lenovo launches Enterprise App Shop for Android
Software and gaming

  1. Ars Technica: Microsoft offers free cloud backup beta for Windows Server "8"
    and Microsoft takes ASP.NET MVC into the open with community patches &
    bug-fixes and new, easier-to-update Flash designed to snuff out malware attacks
  2. AIDA64 v2.30 is released
  3. fink-0.32.4.1
  4. Diablo III - class skill videos
  5. Fudzilla: Shortcuts offered for Battlefield 3
  6. GameSpy previews Assassin's Creed III (PC)
  7. Ars Technica on The Witness
Hardware

  1. VR-Zone's first look at ECS Z77H2-A2X Black Extreme
  2. X-bit labs review Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3
  3. Fudzilla tests Gigabyte GTX 680
  4. Hardware Canucks review 64GB OCZ Synapse Cache SSD
  5. BestRouter on Netgear N900 WNDR4500 wireless router
  6. CowcotLand reviews Asus HD 7970 (in French)
  7. VR-Zone reviews Noctua NH-L12 CPU cooler
  8. NinjaLane reviews Cooler Master X6 Elite heatsink
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