Tuesday Shortbread


  1. DailyTech reports Radeon HD 4870 gets $50 price cut to $149, Radeon HD 4850 will drop to $129
  2. The Inquirer reports AMD shouldn't kill core unlocking
  3. Fox News on Obama's high-speed Internet plan: Broadband or boondoggle?
  4. DSL Reports asks, "Would you ever head back to dial-up?"
  5. PC shipments to sink record 12 percent in 2009: Gartner
  6. TG Daily reports updated Mac desktops arrive March 24, as does a "pleasant surprise"
  7. Intel to extend European Research and Development
  8. New specialized Intel Atom processor targets cars, Internet phones
  9. Fudzilla reports Intel's Core i7 D0 stepping launches
  10. Eurocom's D900F Phantom i7, the first mobile PC based on Intel's Core i7 processor
  11. Ars Technica reports new mobile Nvidia GPU sips power, decodes HD
  12. Engadget reports Gigabyte lays out new mice and keyboards for CeBIT debut
  13. Hexus.net reports Corsair raids the chassis market: Competitors beware?
  14. [H]ard|Forum: A report alleging OCZ EliteXStream PSUs are being recalled
  15. Microsoft's Live Search to get new features... oh and a new brand, too
  16. Warner Bros. announces support for CBHD
  17. Ars Technica on Microsoft Research TechFest 2009: A glance at the road ahead
  18. TG Daily reports Maryland's Supreme Court rules anonymous web posting is protected
  19. Fudzilla reports RIAA sued for legal abuse
  20. The Pirate Bay trial day 10: Calls for jail time
Software and gaming

  1. ComputerWorld reports Microsoft spells out Windows 7 activation
  2. New features in DHCP for Windows Server 2008 R2 / Windows 7
  3. Forefront TMG Beta 2: Virtualization ready
  4. C|Net reports new antivirus software looks at behaviors, not signatures
  5. Engadget repports red Xbox 360 Resident Evil Limited Edition spotted in the wild
  6. iCast: iMac + LCD + Dreamcast
  7. PCGH on Dawn of War II: Benchmark review with 25 CPUs
  8. Dawn of War II and Audiosurf updates released
  9. GamersHell and FileShack have Tom Clancy's HAWX demo
  10. Download S.T.A.L.K.E.R. build 1935 from FileShack
  11. bit-tech reviews Empire: Total War
GeForce 250 GTS

  1. HotHardware on Nvidia GeForce GTS 250 mainstream GPU
  2. t-break lists GeForce 250 specs
  3. Hi Tech Legion reviews EVGA GeForce GTS 250 SuperClocked Edition 1GB
  4. DriverHeaven reviews Gainward GeForce GTS 250 / XFX Radeon HD 4850 XXX
  5. TweakTown reviews Galaxy GeForce GTS 250 1GB
  6. Guru3D, Ninjalane, and PC Perspective review Palit GeForce GTS 250
Systems, storage, and graphics

  1. AnandTech's Phenom II system buyer's guide
  2. Futurelooks asks, "Are netbooks already obsolete?"
  3. iXBT Labs on Phenom II X4 940 overclocking
  4. PCShopTalk reviews Jetway NF94-270-LF ICS Atom motherboard
  5. Legit Reviews shows how to install Vista on the Asus P6T Deluxe with SAS RAID
  6. Overclockers Club reviews MSI X58 Platinum
  7. TweakTown reviews 6GB Crucial Ballistix Tracer Blue PC3-12800 triple channel kit
  8. SilentPCReview on Momentus 5400.6 & Scorpio Blue: Seagate & WD 2.5" HDDs at 500GB
  9. HardwareZone on streaming into the future - ATI Stream update
  10. [H] Enthusiast reviews Asus GeForce GTX 260 55nm & 4870 Dark Knight 1GB
  11. techPowerUp! reviews Inno3D iChill GTX 260 896MB
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. Tweaknews reviews 680W Hiper Type R MKII PSU
  2. The "Retr0brite" Project
  3. Guru3D and Technic3D (in German) review Ikonik RA X10 SIM case
  4. TweakPC reviews NZXT Guardian 921 case (in German)
  5. ThinkComputers reviews In Win `Na external hard drive enclosure
  6. XtremeComputing reviews Sandberg 2.5" fingerprint HDD enclosure
  7. Hardware-Aktuell: Arctic Cooling shows Core i5 (Socket 1156) coolers (write-up in German)
  8. FrostyTech reviews Xigmatek Talisman NPC-D721 laptop cooling pad
    and Thermaltake RamOrb
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