Wednesday Shortbread

Wednesday

  1. The Inquirer reports Nvidia says Nvision delayed not cancelled
  2. IBM in talks to buy Sun Micro: report
  3. Intel’s new processor price list (PDF)
  4. DigiTimes reports AMD says Intel fabricated claims
  5. AMD to Intel: Fine, let’s make the cross-license deal public
  6. Patent cross license agreement between AMD and Intel
  7. C|Net reports AMD spinoff names marketing chief
  8. Hardware-Infos: Phenom II X4 955 with 3.2GHz on April 20
  9. Register Hardware reports VIA pushes netbook reference design
  10. VR-Zone reports Nvidia preparing MCP82 XE chipset for AMD AM3 CPUs
  11. Silicon Madness reports OCZ 2.5" to 3.5" SSD adapter arrives
  12. PC Magazine reports Iomega adds BitTorrent support to NAS
  13. Channel Register: Dell bringing SSDs to the EqualLogic party?
  14. Microsoft and Lexmark enter broad patent cross-licensing agreement
  15. Discovery sues Amazon over Kindle patent
  16. [OC]ModShop covers Live MST3K Show in Seattle
  17. DriverHeaven interviews Psyko Audio’s James Hildebrandt
  18. Exchange reports file sharing has become the "new normal" for most online Canadians
  19. Network World reports computer science major is cool again
  20. Tech ARP posts Core i7 installation guide rev. 2.0
  21. Ars Technica: Building a theory of dark matter annihilation

Software and gaming

  1. Catalyst 9.3 released
  2. Nvidia intros nForce driver 15.25 and 15.26 drivers
  3. X-bit labs report ATI to promote DirectX 11 usage at Game Developer Conference
  4. Opera chief: Microsoft’s IE 8 ‘undermines‘ web standards
  5. Google takes Chrome back into beta
  6. Discussion about MS09-008
  7. A new way to get Hotmail on your phone
  8. Neowin reports Microsoft Surface v2 due within a year
  9. Gizmodo and TechFragments on iPhone 3.0 OS
  10. TG Daily reports PlayStation 3 gets physics effects
  11. Mass Effect 2 – teaser
  12. bit-tech reviews Nintendo DSi
  13. Shacknews has an early glimpse of Zombie’s Blacklight
  14. [OC]ModShop reviews Resistance: Retribution

Systems and storage

  1. ITreviewed on Dell Adamo ultraportable laptop
  2. Phoronix: Asus Eee Top fails with Linux
  3. InsideHW reviews MSI EX620 notebook
  4. VIA Arena reviews Samsung NC20 12.1" mini-notebook
  5. CPU3D reviews Asus Rampage II Gene (X58)
  6. CowcotLand’s 4 Mini ITX motherboards oundup (in French)
  7. AnandTech’s lab update: Patriot Memory Viper Series DDR3-1333
  8. TestFreaks review 3GB Kingston HyperX KHX16000D3K3/3GX kit
  9. AnandTech publishes the SSD anthology: Understanding SSDs and new drives from OCZ
  10. X-bit labs have 1TB hard disk drives roundup: 14 solutions reviewed
  11. TweakTown reviews LiteOn eSAU108 external slim DVD writer
  12. XtremeComputing reviews akasa Elite card and SIM reader

Multimedia

  1. Hexus.net reports ATI rolls out Catalyst 9.3 with official Windows 7 support;

    we benchmark high-end cards

  2. HardwareZone reviews Palit GeForce GTX 260 Sonic 216SP
  3. Legit Reviews on Palit GeForce GTX 260 55nm
  4. X-bit labs test contemporary graphics cards in F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin
  5. Hardware Canucks: The future of stereo 3D part I – Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision
  6. Futurelooks reviews Ultrasone HFI-680 natural surround sound headphone
  7. Digital Trends reviews LG Lotus and Motorola Moto W233
  8. Hardware Secrets reviews Amazon Kindle 2
  9. Digital Trends on decorative technology
  10. HardwareLogic reviews SteelSeries Ikari Iron.Lady laser mouse
  11. TechwareLabs review Qpad CT gaming mouse pad

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. [H] Enthusiast reviews 1000W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
  2. Overclockers Club reviews Cooler Master CSX Stacker 830 Red Flame Edition case
  3. bit-tech reviews akasa Enigma enclosure
  4. Modders-Inc reviews Thermaltake V9 gaming case
  5. Motherboards.org reviews Lian Li PC-E8 MID black case
  6. Verdis Reviews on Coolink Silent Savior HDD cooler
  7. Benchmark Reviews has best CPU cooler performance LGA 1366 – Q1 2009
  8. Björn3D reviews Spire TherMax II CPU cooler
  9. Tech-Reviews review Scythe Kama Angle and Thermal Elixir Scyte-1000
  10. XSReviews on Scythe Mugen 2 CPU cooler
Comments closed
    • dearharlequin
    • 12 years ago

    Er. Wasn’t that Mass Effect teaser in another shortbread a while back?

    • pmonti80
    • 12 years ago

    What about Anand’s new article about SSD’s? It’s a very good article.

    • Forge
    • 12 years ago

    Nvidia semi-officially named the MCP82 XE as well. If you go to NV’s download section and choose ‘nforce drivers’, the default option is a new ‘nForce 9 family’, and the only member is the ‘Nvidia nForce 980a’.

    • tfp
    • 12 years ago

    Good bye Sun, you had fast workstations years ago.

      • LovermanOwens
      • 12 years ago

      You could say that the “Sun” is about to set.

      • willmore
      • 12 years ago

      When? Never with the SPARCs. Maybe you’re thinking of a 3/60?

    • Meadows
    • 12 years ago

    When will this “Opera chief” finally shut it?

      • jdaven
      • 12 years ago

      When you stop using crappy IE and start using a real browser.

      • poulpy
      • 12 years ago

      How does “the day MS stops undermining standards” sound to you?

    • ssidbroadcast
    • 12 years ago

    q[< V. AMD to Intel: Fine, let's make the cross-license deal public<]q Wow. The plot thickens!

      • pluscard
      • 12 years ago

      Looks like the whole cross license deal backfired on Intel. AMD shot up 20% over the last 5 days – analysts are saying Intels actions indicate they consider AMD’s new setup to be a real threat, drawing the attention of investors!

        • HurgyMcGurgyGurg
        • 12 years ago

        Looks like the publicity is working both ways, Intel’s up 17% in the last 10 days.

          • khands
          • 12 years ago

          It’s all a stock buffing scheme developed by both companies? I’ll say yes when it’s settled for pennies out of court.

            • Meadows
            • 12 years ago

            Stock buffing. It’s the new price fixing.

        • UberGerbil
        • 12 years ago

        When you have what amounts to a penny stock, significant volatility comes with the territory. Most of that rise was before the latest dueling press releases, and can be ascribed to larger market forces.

        • UberGerbil
        • 12 years ago

        When you have what amounts to a penny stock, significant volatility comes with the territory. Most of that rise was before the latest dueling press releases, and can be ascribed to larger market forces.

          • Usacomp2k3
          • 12 years ago

          You can say that again.

          • pluscard
          • 12 years ago

          Your information is incorrect.
          Here is a 5 day chart showing AMD, INTC and the S&P index for reference. While the whole market is up, INTC is up less than the average. AMD is up more than 3x the average, with the biggest movements coming after the INTC claim that AMD is violating the agreement.

          §[<http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?t=5d&s=AMD&l=on&z=m&q=l&c=intc&c=<]§^GSPC

            • MadManOriginal
            • 12 years ago

            Daytrader alert!

            • pluscard
            • 12 years ago

            Frankly – I think that’s uncalled for.
            The amount of disinformation here is sometimes unbelievable. AMD is obviously not a penny stock, and my post was not intended to invite day trading, or any kind of trading for that matter. My intent was simply to point out that Intels actions appear to have backfired. Replies to my original post had further incorrect info – that AMD was /[

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