Friday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on May 4, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. The Inquirer: Intel admits Ivy Bridge chips run hotter
  2. X-bit labs: As latest SSD prices hit $0.65 per
    GB, OCZ forecasts further drop of costs
  3. AnandTech, Benchmark Reviews, Björn3D, Guru3D, [H]ard|OCP,
    Hardware Canucks, Hardware Heaven, Hi Tech Legion, HotHardware,
    Legit Reviews, Neoseeker, OCC, PC Perspective, techPowerUp!, and
    X-bit labs review Nvidia GeForce GTX 690
  4. SemiAccurate: Why can't Nvidia supply Kepler / GK104 / GTX 680?
  5. AnandTech and Ars Technica on Samsung Galaxy S III reveal
  6. Übergizmo: E Fun Next 7S Android 4.0 ICS tablet arrives in time for Mother's Day
  7. Max Payne 3 multiplayer gameplay video part 2
  8. Enizr.com: PC Gamer scans reveal Company of Heroes 2

Friday

  1. VR-Zone: Researchers claim cyber attack
    could by prevented by "hyperspeed signalling"
  2. X-bit labs: Nokia sues HTC, RIM, ViewSonic for patent infringement
  3. Ars Technica: "MacMan" or "iMac?" The creative director behind Apple's turnaround
  4. TechSpot recounts the biggest tech failures of the last 10+ years
  5. Fudzilla: hp readies cheap Trinity laptop
    and netbook shipments continue to fall
    and Atom D2700 last shipment in late Q3 2012
  6. SemiAccurate: How does AMD's Leo demo use GPU compute?
  7. CPU World: Mobile Intel Core i3-3110M CPU to launch in Q3
  8. VR-Zone: Asus updates its ProArt professional displays with the PA2428Q
  9. PC Perspective podcast #200
  10. NCIX's deals
  11. Newegg's deals
  12. Dealzon's deals: $170 coupon for 14" Lenovo Y480 i3-2370M, new
    14" Alienware M14x Ivy Bridge i7-3610QM / GeForce GT 650M,
    $77 off Dell Vostro 470 Ivy Bridge i5-3450 PC, and $100 off 32"
    Viore LCD TV
Mobile

  1. X-bit labs: Fujitsu proposes to use palm vein biometric authentication on tablets
  2. Ars Technica: Apple dominates global handset
    profits as smartphone sales shoot up
  3. VR-Zone: TSMC catches GlobalFoundries with
    their own 28nm Cortex-A9 Core at 3.1GHz
  4. TechnologyReviewed on Samsung Galaxy S III
Software and gaming

  1. Computerworld: Snow Leopard users most prone to Flashback infection
  2. Network World on why Linux is a desktop flop
  3. H Online: VMware patches vulnerabilities in ESX 4.1
    and Chrome 18 update closes high-risk security holes
  4. SeaMonkey 2.9.1 release notes
  5. GamesIndustry International reports Call of Duty: Black
    Ops II to bring "disruptive innovation" says Activision
  6. Ars Technica: No Valve product announcements planned for E3
Systems and storage

  1. VR-Zone's Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe review: Redefining the ITX gaming PC
  2. ocaholic's Z77 motherboard charts: 13 models tested
  3. Hardware.Info's 4TB Hitachi 7K4000 / 5K4000 review
  4. The SSD Review on 256GB Plextor M3P SSD
  5. Futurelooks reviews 240GB Kingston HyperX 3K SSD
  6. TweakTown reviews 240GB RunCore Pro V Max
  7. Hi Tech Legion reviews 180GB Corsair Force GT SSD
Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. KitGuru's MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III 3GD5/OC review
  2. Tbreak pits Asus HD 7870 DCUII TOP vs. XFX R7870 Black Edition
  3. Madshrimps review HIS Multi-View+ sound adapter
  4. NiKKTech's Egreat S-Series R300 network HD media player review
    and exclusive first look of the Leetgion El'Druin gaming mouse
  5. Hardware Secrets on SilverStone Precision PS07 white case
  6. HardwareLook reviews Zalman Z11 case
  7. ThinkComputers reviews Raidmax Seiran case
  8. TweakTown reviews Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E CPU cooler
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