Friday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on July 20, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. DigiTimes: PC players need to consider selling smart
    services
    in the post-PC era, says Quanta chairman
  2. CNNMoney: Apple granted 'the mother of all smartphone software patents'
  3. DigiTimes: Intel to release 8 series chipsets in April 2013 (thanks localCitizen)
  4. Fudzilla: Intel Lynx chipset features 25% lower TDP
    and AMD Richland 28nm chipset is Bolton
  5. X-bit labs: Market observers predict increase of DRAM prices in coming
    quarters and Crucial starts to sell m4 SSDs for ultrathin laptops
  6. TechRadar on Windows 8 security: How next-gen Windows will be even more secure
  7. Message from Mike Morhaime about Diablo III
  8. VentureBeat: Taiwanese gamer dies after 40-hour Diablo III session

Friday

  1. Fudzilla: Seagate probing OCZ acquisition
  2. Reuters: TSMC posts second-highest quarterly profit; sees Q4 dip
  3. USA Today: Google's 2Q earnings rise 11%
  4. Engadget: Verizon issues Q2 earnings, touts $15.8 billion service revenues in wireless
  5. Yahoo! News Canada: Nokia disappoints with big loss, slumping sales (thanks dpaus)
  6. The SSD Review: OWC Mercury Aura Pro
    Express 6G SSD first pictures (MBA 2012 ver.)
  7. Fudzilla: MSI teases water-cooled HD 7970 Lightning
  8. VR-Zone: Logic3 and Ferrari team up to make slick
    headphones
    and oddly shaped Microsoft wedge mouse
  9. PC Perspective's podcast #210
  10. Fudzilla: EVGA celebrates its 13th anniversary with massive sweepstakes
  11. NCIX's Massive Christmas in July sale
  12. Newegg's electronic sale
Mobile

  1. Intel: 20 Atom-based Windows 8 tablets in the
    pipeline and 140 ultrabook designs - The Verge
  2. VR-Zone: Nexus 7 dead pixels and lifting screens
Software and gaming

  1. Dedoimedo's VMware Player 4 review
  2. GamesIndustry International: Xbox Live upgrades security
  3. IncGamers: How do you build a story into Borderlands 2's open world
  4. GamerZines: Borderlands 2 campaign is 58 hours long
Systems and storage

  1. HotHardware: Asus turbocharges USB 3.0 with SCSI technology
  2. TechSpot's laptop buying guide
  3. TechReviewSource on Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A-DB51
  4. Bits and Chips: AMD FX-8120 review after price fall (in Italian)
  5. VR-Zone's MSI Z77A-GD65 review
  6. Tbreak's ASRock Z77E-ITX motherboard review
  7. Legit Reviews on Satechi premium 4-port aluminum USB 2.0 hub
  8. ABT reviews 2TB Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000
  9. Hardware Canucks review 800GB Intel 910 Series PCI-E SSD
  10. techPowerUp! reviews 256GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD
  11. ocaholic reviews 240GB Kingmax SMP35 SSD
  12. TweakTown's 120GB OCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS review
  13. circuitRemix's 120 - 128GB SSDs roundup
  14. OCC's 32GB Patriot EP Pro SDXC / SDHC card
  15. TweakTown's Western Digital Red Series review
  16. Computing on Demand reviews LaCie 2big NAS
Multimedia

  1. Tbreak on Google Glass: The flip-side
  2. PCPer's MSI R7870 Hawk review and CrossFire performance
  3. TweakTown reviews HIS HD 7870 GHz Edition 2GB
  4. Tbreak's Asus GTX 680 DirectCU II TOP review
  5. XSReviews on Tt eSports Saphira mouse
  6. Rbmods on Tt eSports Theron mouse
Cases and cooling

  1. Hardware.Info's Cooler Master HAF XM case review
  2. Hardware Secrets reviews 650W In Win GreenMe PSU
  3. NikKTech's Anker Slimtalk 3200mAh external battery review
  4. XtremeComputing reviews BitFenix Shinobi XL case
  5. HTL's Icy Dock Blizzard 3.5" external actively-cooled HDD enclosure review
  6. CowcotLand reviews NZXT HUE RGB LED controller (in French)
  7. PureOC reviews Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro and Performer
   
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