Thursday Shortbread


  1. C|Net reports hp earnings dip nearly 10%, will cut salaries
    and Verizon expects 4G launch next year
  2. DigiTimes reports China reportedly to unveil $15 billion program for building next-generation
    LCD fabs and Lenovo adopts Nvidia Ion plaform for over-10-inch netbooks, says paper
  3. Fudzilla: More details about Lucid Logix Hydra revealed
    and Nvidia CEO Huang claims Steve Jobs said Ion is an incredible chip
  4. DailyTech reports Intel wants its CPUs to be the Cloud's silver lining
  5. Maximum PC reports OCZ's Vertex SSDs reach 250MB/s read and 240MB/s write speeds
  6. VR-Zone reports Thermaltake establishes new luxury brand: LUXA2
  7. Facebook reverses course on privacy policy
  8. TG Daily reports President Obama okays $7 billion to improve broadband: Is it enough?
  9. ComputerWorld reports Mozilla backs move to decriminalize iPhone jailbreaking
  10. AppleInsider reports Apple settles disability lawsuit over San Francisco store
  11. Ars Technica reports judge throws out lawsuit against Google Street View
  12. TechFlash reports judge strips class-action status from Vista Capable lawsuit
  13. Gizmodo's Pirate Bay trial watch day 3: The legendary "King Kong" defense
  14. HardwareZone covers Mobile World Congress 2009: The Samsung saga (updated with video)
  15. Fudzilla reports anonymous calls are a thing of the past
  16. Student arrested for classroom texting
  17. Cinematographers use tech to bring visions to life
Software and gaming

  1. Oh, the humanity: Ars Technica on Windows 7's draconian DRM?
  2. Expreview posts screenshots of Windows 7 Home Premium 7036
  3. TG Daily reports showstopper bug prevents mobile Firefox from running on Windows Mobile
  4. Microsoft's IE 8 incompatibility list: 2,400 major sites (and counting)
  5. Google Lat Long Blog: 1,000 is the new 10
  6. Shacknews reports Nintendo DSi US launch date, pricing announced
  7. gi reports Xbox Live accounts hit by email expiry blunder
  8. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II now available on Steam
  9. World of Warcraft: Welcome to Ulduar
  10. Braid (PC) price reduced following outcry
  11. Shacknews reports Men of War demo released
  12. bit-tech posts the complete guide to Left 4 Dead
Systems and storage

  1. Tech ARP posts BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 10.5
  2. PCShopTalk reviews MSI Memory Lover motherboard
  3. NordicHardware on Corsair's 3GB Dominator 1866C8 TEC - Peltier-cooled memories
  4. DriverHeaven's Corsair, Crucial, and Patriot DDR3-1600 (Core-i7) review
  5. reviews 6GB Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR3-1600
  6. PureOverclock reviews 6GB OCZ DDR3-1600 Platinum kit
  7. Futurelooks reviews 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black

  1. AcceleNation: Graphics card self-test utility?
  2. Guru3D reviews BFG Tech GeForce GTX 295 H20 (water-cooling exclusive)
  3. HardwareZone's fast and furious - GeForce GTX 285 duel
  4. Elite Bastards review XFX Radeon HD 4870 X2 2GB
  5. Overclockers Club reviews XFX GeForce GTX 285 Black Edition
  6. ThinkComputers reviews Vizio VX20L 20" widescreen LCD HDTV
  7. Digital Trends reviews Nikon Coolpix S710 and Sony Handycam HDR-SR11
  8. ITreviewed on Brother MFC-790CW printer
  9. Verdis Reviews on XTracPads Pro mouse mat
Power, case, and cooling

  1. Björn3D reviews 850W Seventeam modular power supply
  2. Overclock3D reviews Corsair TX850w PSU
  3. Big Bruin reviews 650W Tuniq Potency power supply
  4. TechwareLabs review SilverStone TJ-10 Nvidia Edition case
  5. Legit Reviews on Gelid Solutions Wing 8 UV case fan
  6. TweakTown reviews Xigmatek Thor's Hammer S126384 H.D.T. CPU cooler
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