Saturday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on May 12, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. VR-Zone via PC Watch: Ivy Bridge proven to suffer from poor thermal grease
  2. Fudzilla: Faster 17W low power Core i7 in Q4 2012
  3. CPU World: AMD readies R-series embedded APUs
  4. VR-Zone's exclusive: Intel's mobile Haswell chipset names revealed
  5. Kotaku's rumor: GameStop to start selling MacBooks?
  6. Engadget: hp teases new Envy all-in-one printer (video)
  7. EA CEO: "Mobile games are not going to wipe out the console business"
  8. Max Payne 3 official launch trailer


  1. TechCrunch: Facebook fleshes out privacy policy to comply
    with data protection audits, will hold Q&A on Monday
  2. X-bit labs: Nvidia blames TSMC's 28nm process technology for slow sales
  3. Fudzilla: TSMC reports record sales in April and
    Western Europe sees decline in PC shipments
    and Asus UX32VD ultrabook shows up and
    Intel plans revamped 11.6- and 12.1-inch netbooks
  4. Visualized at Engadget: hp's all-in-one PCs over the years, one from 1983
  5. VR-Zone: Panasonic shoves Core i5 chips in a netbook package
    and Belkin is working on 802.11ac Wi-Fi products
  6. AppleInsider: Foxconn chief says company is preparing for Apple television - report
  7. Shop for the latest GeForce GTX 670 video cards at NCIX
  8. Build or buy? — deals

  1. Dual-core processors powered 20% of smartphones in 2011 - analysts
  2. WMPoweruser: Siri knows which is the best phone ever, and it's not the iPhone
  3. iMore: iPhone 5 design still not finalized, still no big screen,
    still no metal back, still on track for October release
  4. Dev-Team Blog: 5x redux
  5. AllThingsD: Apple's coming map app will "blow your head off"
  6. 9to5Mac: iCloud beta website reveals plans for Notes and
    Reminders web apps, affirms iOS 6 beta coming soon
  7. AppleInsider: Dropbox fixes app rejection issue, complies with Apple's rules
  8. VR-Zone: Samsung announces the Omnia M Windows Phone 7 smartphone
  9. Engadget: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and
    Galaxy Player 4.2 come stateside on May 13th
  10. Opinion: Data caps aren't perfect, but that's OK - Ars Technica
Software and gaming

  1. Adobe: Working together on keeping our mutual customers up-to-date
  2. Spotify: Playlist-based radio, post to Tumblr, and embeddable
    Play Buttons come to Spotify for Windows and Mac OS
  3. Face Off: Behind the Scenes preview - official CoD: MW3 video

  1. PC Perspective on Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180: Atom's wake
  2. Björn3D's Gigabyte Sniper M3 review
  3. ProClockers review 8GB G.Skill Ripjaws Z DDR3-2133 quad-channel kit
  4. Bits and Chips review 240GB and 90GB Kingston SSDNow V+200 (in Italian)
Multimedia, power, and cooling

  1. VR-Zone: Zotac GeForce GTX 680 2GB meets sub-zero Ivy Bridge 3770K
  2. PC Perspective: The GTX 670 and the case of
    the missing (and returning) 4-way SLI support
  3. VR-Zone's Gigabyte GTX 670 OC WindForce 3X 2GB review
  4. VR-Zone's Cooler Master Trigger keyboard review
  5. CowcotLand reviews 1000W OCZ Fatal1ty PSU (in French)
  6. Hardware Secrets reviews 475W Cooler Master Extreme 2 PSU
  7. TweakTown reviews Cooler Master TPC 812 vapor chamber CPU cooler
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