Saturday Shortbread


  1. DigiTimes reports DRAM module makers increase prices; 1GB DDR2 quoted at $10
  2. The Consumerist reports Circuit City close to being sold... or liquidated
  3. DailyTech reports Yahoo's CEO search down to few candidates
  4. AMD: Netbooks? No, thanks.
  5. Fudzilla reports Intel doesn't want dual Atoms in netbooks
  6. TG Daily: A $999 MacBook Air lands in the online Apple store
  7. TC Magazine reports Intel to put Core 2 Quad Q6600 to rest
  8. VR-Zone reports Asus unleashes M4A boards w/ 8-phase power
  9. Four-core iPhones and firmware 3.0
  10. Tech Fragments reports Panasonic unveils world's first portable Blu-ray player
  11. Engadget on Dell's new UltraSharp 2709 27" LCD
  12. Demo: 'Eee PC' Tablet (video)
  13. ThinkComputers covers CES 2009: showstoppers
  14. Hardware Secrets covers CES 2009: cameras and camcorders
  15. HardwareZone on the Olympus E-30 launch - an artistic approach
  16. TheTechLounge posts video card price / performance guide (Jan 09)
Software and gaming

  1. Neowin: Psst... here's how to get your Windows 7 beta key
  2. InfoWorld reports Microsoft to kick off 2009 with single security fix
  3. Video: Windows Media Center in Windows 7
  4. Chrome gets Mac deadline, extenstions foundation
  5. AMD Catalyst driver release 8.12 hotfix
  6. FurMark 1.6.0 (OpenGL benchmark)
  7. XSReviews has budget gaming part 4: finale
  8. Strategy Informer's Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II interview
  9. Game Informer: Phantasy Star Ø announced for US release

  1. ATi-Forum reviews Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition (write-up in German)
  2. Expreview reviews Nvidia GeForce GTX 295
  3. Madshrimps review Tecon Model 55 tube amp for PC
  4. Overclockers Online reviews Tritton AX51 true 5.1 surround sound gaming headset
  5. Hardware Bistro reviews 17-in-1 retractable USB toolkit
  6. reviews GMC K2 Noblesse Ebony R2 Toast and R3 Corona cases
  7. PCStats reviews IoSafe's 1500° fire / flood proof external hard drive enclosure
  8. FrostyTech reviews akasa Nero AK-967 heatsink
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