Friday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on June 1, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: Google wins crucial API ruling, Oracle's case decimated
  2. AppleInsider: Reliable source says no chance Apple will ax Mac Pro
  3. Steve Jobs almost named the iMac the MacMan, until this guy stopped him
  4. Engadget: Intel details 14 dual-core Ivy Bridge processors ahead of Computex
  5. Android and Me: Asus Computex teasers hint at dual-booting Transformer
  6. AnandTech: Intel renames Orange Santa Clara to Orange San Diego, launches June 6
  7. TechReviewSource's hands-on with Windows 8 Release Preview
  8. Ars Technica: Skyrim gets vampiric with Dawnguard expansion trailer

Friday

  1. Bloomberg: White House unveils initiative to fight computer viruses
  2. X-bit labs: Intel-based ultrabooks and tablets to
    access
    millions of Devicescape Internet hotspots
  3. One of Apple's first computers for sale at auction
  4. Hardware Secrets: Inside the Apple III
  5. Ars Technica: Apple may be hiring engineers to redesign 30-pin dock connector
  6. KitGuru has Nvidia GT 640 pics, specs, and launch info
  7. BGR: Apple to demo new TV OS at WWDC in two weeks
  8. Google's World Wonders Project
  9. PC Perspective podcast #204
  10. NCIX's Grand Slam savings event
  11. Newegg's month-end clearance
  12. Dealzon's deals: $200 off 17.3" Asus K73SV i5-2430M / GeForce GT 540M,
    $500 coupon for 14" Lenovo Y480 Ivy Bridge i7-3610QM / 32GB SSD, $270
    coupon
    for 13.3" Lenovo Z380 i5-2450M / 6GB RAM, and $600 coupon for
    23" Lenovo B520 1080p 3D multi-touch PC
Mobile

  1. Bloomberg: Acer, Toshiba to take on iPads with Windows 8 tablets
  2. AnandTech: Samsung makes Canadian SGS3 variants with Krait official
  3. X-bit labs: hp envisions memristor-based mobile devices in 2014 - 2015
  4. GigaOM: Apple inching closer to selling the new iPad in China?
Software and gaming

  1. Ellison: Next version of Oracle database set
    for December or January release - PCWorld
  2. Ars Technica: Activision, Infinity Ward settle long-standing legal dispute
    and Epic awarded nearly $4.5 million in Silicon Knights lawsuit
  3. VR-Zone: Sony's future gaming console will have an optical drive
  4. Phoronix: One of the new Valve Linux employees is...
Systems and storage

  1. ThinkComputers reviews CyberPower Zeus
    Thunder 2500 SE Ivy Bridge gaming system
  2. TechReviewSource on Dell XPS One 2700
  3. AnandTech, HotHardware, and PC Perspective
    review Core i5-3427U: Ivy Bridge for ultrabooks
  4. AnandTech and HotHardware's review Core i5-3470
  5. Phoronix on Intel Ivy Bridge Linux virtualization performance
  6. PureOC reviews Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe and Pro
  7. ProClockers review Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H
  8. Hi Tech Legion reviews Asus P8Z77-M Pro mATX motherboard
  9. ocaholic tests OCZ Vertex 4 with firmware 1.4
  10. Neoseeker reviews 256GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD
  11. TweakTown reviews 240GB MemoRight MS-701 mSATA SSD
  12. KitGuru reviews 60GB VisionTek GoDrive and 120GB Racer series SSDs
  13. NikKTech reviews 16GB Kingston DataTraveler Micro USB flash drive
Multimedia and power

  1. ocaholic on HD 7970 CrossFire gaming performance:
    AMD Catalyst retail drivers vs. 12.4
  2. techPowerUp! reviews Sapphire HD 7770 Vapor-X 1GB
  3. KitGuru's Philips 248X3LFH LightFrame monitor review
  4. Legit Reviews on Corsair Vengeance 2000 7.1 headset
  5. TweakTown reviews CM Storm Sentinel Advance II mouse
  6. Hardware.Info's megatest: 43 PSUs from 500W to 700W
   
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