Tuesday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on April 17, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. Rage3D has Eric Demers - farewell interview (from AMD)
  2. The Windows Blog: Announcing the Windows 8 Editions
  3. AppleInsider: Latest Mac trojan spreads through Microsoft Word documents
  4. Fudzilla: Intel migrates to desktop Multi-Chip Modules (MCMs) with 14nm Broadwell
  5. PCWorld: Asus to ship quad-core Transformer Pad 300 tablet on April 22
  6. Engadget: Transformer Prime GPS dongle spotted, won't play nice with keyboard dock
  7. The H: Firefox gets click-to-play option for plugins
  8. MCV shares rumour: Apple console in the works

Tuesday

  1. The Toronto Star: Canada's top court strikes
    down
    police powers to wiretap without warrants
  2. X-bit labs: ATIC and state of Saxony to jointly research three-dimensional chip packaging
  3. The NY Times: The cybercrime wave that wasn't (thanks Neutronbeam)
  4. AppleInsider: Customers report long delays when customizing Apple's Mac Pro
  5. Apple II Forever: A 35th-anniversary tribute to Apple's first iconic product
  6. Fudzilla: Gigabyte launches B75 motherboards and
    and EVGA officially launches GTX 680 SuperClocked
    and PowerColor launches two Vortex II series cards
  7. Dealzon's deals: $250 off 13.3” Asus U31SD i5-2430M / GeForce GT 520M, $350
    coupon
    27” hp Omni 27q PC, $480 coupon for hp Elite h9se Six Core i7-3930K /
    GeForce GTX 550 Ti, and $80 off EVGA GeForce GTX 480 1.5GB video card
Mobile

  1. DailyTech: Android OS in the hot seat as Oracle v. Google legal battle kicks off today
  2. Pocket-lint: Samsung Galaxy S III launch confirmed for May 3
  3. AnandTech: Sprint makes its Galaxy Nexus variant
    official - $199 with $40 Google Wallet credit
Software and gaming

  1. Phoronix: AMD Fusion on Gallium3D leaves a lot to be desired
  2. The H: Facebook SDK holes leaves accounts vulnerable
  3. MCV: FarmVille sequel could be on the way
  4. World of Warcraft patch 4.3.4: Customer support changes
  5. Wired editorial: Video games can't afford to cost this much
Hardware

  1. Neoseeker reviews Sapphire Pure Black X79N
  2. The SSD Review: Garbage collection and TRIM in SSDs explained
  3. Hi Tech Legion on 90GB Kingston V+200 SSD upgrade bundle
  4. XSReviews on HIS HD 7870 IceQ
  5. NiKKTech reviews Noctua NH-L12 low-profile CPU cooler
   
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