Wednesday Shortbread


  1. After Dow's loss, Apple earnings delight
  2. BetaNews quotes Apple's Jobs: 'There are some customers we choose not to serve'
  3. C|Net has other voices on the Apple earnings and Yahoo earnings
  4. reports Yahoo slashes 10% of workforce
  5. C|Net reports Samsung withdraws offer to buy SanDisk
  6. Fudzilla reports Nvidia denies six partners only
    and AMD planning netbook products
  7. DigiTimes reports from IDF Taiwan: Asus chairman conservative
    about Intel's Moorestown MID potential
  8. Google keeps talking on Yahoo deal
  9. Intel upbeat on 2009 consumer laptop market
  10. Toshiba releases its premium gaming laptop
  11. Yahoo! Tech summary: PC deals could come soon
  12. NordicHardware: Intel's Lynnfield to offer limited overclocking?
  13. Maximum PC's exclusive: oil immersion cooling goes mainstream with Hardcore PC's
    Reactor; Custom PC has an interview with Hardcore Computer
  14. Microsoft's SideSight: something Apple should watch
  15. bit-tech reports Nvidia to encourage partners to develop for Mac
  16. Ars Technica reports Mac mini may have had the final nail put in its coffin
  17. Engadget reports Epson readies MiniNote netbook
  18. Cheap, easy-to-mod netbooks are a hacker's paradise
  19. TG Daily reports Motorola has a $2,000 phone. Do you care?
  20. Slashdot reports Cray's CX1 desktop supercomputer, now for sale
  21.'s Palit GeForce 9800 GT cards giveaway
  22. Madshrimps have NZXT Avatar mouse giveaway
Software and gaming

  1. System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 released to market
  2. Pirates prefer Windows XP over Vista, says Microsoft;
    The Inquirer reports pirates scoff at Microsoft's anti-piracy day
  3. WSJ on going dark: China's computer screens
  4. SuperSite for Windows: download a free chapter from the Windows Vista Secrets book
  5. Opera 9.61 for Windows
  6. Before Dark's ForceWare 180.42 beta driver test and comparison
  7. VR-Zone's Nvidia ForceWare 180 Series preview part 2
  8. Tech ARP on Nvidia's Big Bang 2
  9. [OC]ModShop's DRM editorial
  10. NBA 2K9 ships with missing keys
  11. 'Little Big Planet' musician defends controversial song to MTV
  12. Shacknews on BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO revealed
    and Left 4 Dead system requirements updated
  13. Gamasutra has EA CEO Riccitiello: prioritizing profits can be 'the beginning of an end'
  14. Gameplayer: Cliff Bleszinski tells all
  15. Expreview reports Nvidia can use the DX10.1 effects in Far Cry 2
  16. [H] Enthusiast's Far Cry 2 early performance review
  17. bit-tech reviews Dead Space
  18. Gaming Heaven reviews Lego Batman: The Videogame (PC)
  19. Futurelooks reviews Soul Calibur IV (Xbox 360)
Systems and storage

  1. HardwareZone on biting the aluminum Apple - new MacBooks
  2. Rbmods review Asus U6V laptop
  3. Techgage previews Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition
  4. AnandTech has updates - GF9300 chipset launch article
  5. Sharky Extreme reviews Intel DX48BT2 (X48)
  6. TechwareLabs and X-bit labs review Gigabyte GA-EP45-DQ6
  7. X-bit labs review Biostar TP45 HP
  8. ITreviewed on AMCC 3ware 9690SA-81 RAID controller
  9. X-bit labs have first look at Intel's 80GB X25-M SSD
  10. TweakTown reviews 32GB Crucial 2.5" SSD
Multimedia, power, casing, and cooling

  1. X-bit labs review HIS HD 4870 X2 HDMI 2GB
  2. Overclockers Club reviews Diamond Radeon HD 4870 1GB and PowerColor HD 4670 PCS
  3. Techgage reviews Asus EN9800GTX+ 512MB Dark Knight
  4. TechReviewSource reviews HTC Touch Diamond (Sprint)
  5. HardwareZone's first look at Samsung G400
  6. Björn3D reviews 1100W Cooler Master UCP PSU
  7. Hardware Secrets reviews Sunbeam Acrylic HTPC case
  8. TweakPC reviews Cooler Master RC-590 case (in German)
  9. DriverHeaven reviews AMA Serac 770 watercooling kit
  10. X-bit labs review Swiftech H20-220 Apex Ultra+
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