Saturday Shortbread


  1. DailyTech reports EU plans to prosecute Microsoft on more antitrust charges despite IE decision
  2. My Bing experiment: Can it be the default search engine?
  3. InfoWorld reports new SPEC benchmark tool measures server muscle and watts
  4. Expreview reports AMD denies locking down cores
  5. SemiAccurate Forums on AMD's TWKR Black Edition
  6. Fudzilla reports Core i7 950 to be replaced by 960
  7. ComputerWorld reports Rambus reaches tentative settlement with European Commission
  8. Ars Technica reports Psystar owes Apple $75,000 while Apple moves to lift stay (updated)
  9. C|Net: New ARM chips headed for iPhone, Palm Pre?
  10. Expreview reports LiteOn’s low-cost Blu-ray drives hit retail
  11. SuperSite for Windows has need to know: Google Wave
  12. HotHardware's CES 2010 sneak peek: Lightglove, slotRadio, and more
  13. Top French court rips heart out of Sarkozy Internet law
  14. Barry Diller: The Internet 'absolutely' will become a 'paid system.' Time projection: Within 5 years
  15. Major UK ISP: Video streaming's "free ride" is over
  16. DSLReports on BitBlinder: Like TOR, but faster
  17. Ars Technica on your chance to win a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate

  1. NY Times reports Microsoft browser offer fails to impress Europe
  2. Opera says Microsoft EU browser offer "not enough"
  3. bit-tech: Thank you, EU regulators. You have broken Windows 7.
  4. InfoWorld reports Windows 7 upgrade programs may not be free
  5. Tech ARP on Direct3D improvements in Windows 7
  6. Download Internet Explorer 8 & help fight hunger
  7. Apple at its best: Safari 4 an “incredible” success
  8. SophosLabs report more Mac OS X malware discovered
  9. Microsoft launches Visual Studio Lab Management 2010 beta
  10. Computing on Demand reports low transfer speeds from WHS fixed with jumbo frames
  11. Phoronix reports ATI Radeon driver re-write still has work left
  12. PC Perspective has Nvidia CUDA-enabled applications roundup

  1. Shacknews reports PSP Go battery life 'equivalent' to current PSP: Around
    3 to 6 hours of gameplay and new Max Payne 3 art hits alongside new details
  2. Joystiq reports Microsoft justifies price for Halo 3: ODST
  3. Engadget reports Palm Pre runs Doom, smartphone-loving space marines rejoice
  4. YouGamers: Shattered Horizon beta signups
  5. Demigod nears its second month
  6. MMOs on Steam 20% - 75% off
  7. bit-tech reviews Fuel
  8. [OC]ModShop reviews Ghostbusters: The video game
Systems and storage

  1. AnandTech on Apple's 2009 MacBook Pro: Battery life to die for
  2. VR-Zone on the effects of CPU frequency on FPS (single GTX 280)
  3. reviews Asus M4A79 Deluxe
  4. TweakTown reviews 64GB Silicon Power eSATA / USB portable SSD
  5. Legit Reviews on 16GB SanDisk SDHC netbook memory card
  6. XSReviews on Seagate BlackArmor NAS 440

  1. X-bit labs report ATI to boost efficiency of multi-GPU operation in OpenGL
  2. Radeon HD 4790 specs revealed
  3. bit-tech reviews Asus Radeon HD 4890 Voltage Tweak
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4890 Toxic / Vapor-X
  5. Big Bruin and DriverHeaven review Sapphire Radeon HD 4890 Vapor-X
  6. ITreviewed on ViewSonic PJ359w and 3M Vikuiti netbook filter
  7. Digital Trends reviews Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR
  8. DragonSteelMods review BlueAnt X3 Micro Bluetooth headset
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. Technic3D reviews 680W Tagan PipeRock II PSU (in German)
  2. DeXgo reviews 400W Xigmatek NRP PC402 PSU (in German)
  3. Hardware Secrets reviews Seventeam ST-380PAS PSU
  4. Rbmods on NZXT Beta case
  5. TestFreaks review NZXT Guardian 921
  6. Björn3D reviews Icy Dock MB881US-1S-1 HDD docking station enclosure
  7. ProClockers review Enermax Aeolus laptop cooler
  8. ThinkComputers reviews Thermaltake Xaser S1000 notebook cooler
  9. Modders-Inc reviews Cooler Master V10 Hybrid T.E.C.
  10. TechReviews on Zalman CNPS9900 LED cooler
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