Wednesday Shortbread


  1. PC market to suffer first decline in 2009 since dot-com bubble
  2. TG Daily reports sun sets on Sun Microsystems in prophet warning
  3. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejects additional
    patent claims that Rambus is asserting against Nvidia
  4. Semicon West preview: Fab 2 anticipation builds to a fevered pitch
  5. SemiAccurate reports Intel drops a modular bomb
  6. NordicHardware reports new SyncMaster 80 LCD monitors forthcoming from Samsung
  7. eTeknix reports Nvidia responds to benchmark claims
  8. TG Daily's editorial: The great netbook ripoff
  9. The amazing world of version numbers

  1. Microsoft security bulletin summary for July 2009
  2. Microsoft security advisory: Vulnerability in Microsoft Office
    web components control could allow remote code execution
  3. C|Net reports Microsoft's Project Natal to bring gesture recognition to Windows, too
  4. Windows 7 themes: Germany, Nature, Japan, United Kingdom, and United States
  5. Windows Azure: Confirming commercial availability and announcing business model
  6. SuperSite for Windows on WPC09: Microsoft networks with partners
  7. Apple developers get new iPhone 3.1 and Snow Leopard betas
  8. Donanim Haber: Android LiveCD is avaliable; Google
    Android works on x86 PC (write-up in Turkish)
  9. Want to put Android on your netbook? Try this.
  10. Ars Technica reports Instant-on Linux vendors respond to Chrome OS
  11. InformationWeek reports Firefox 3.5 vulnerability rated 'highly critical'
  12. DirectX 11 computer shader: 3 times faster than DX10.1 due to local data share
  13. Ars Technica reports 3D CSS transforms available in Leopard via WebKit nightlies
  14. PC World touts Zoho office apps
  15. DSLReports: Verizon promising application store

  1. It's true - Remedy comments on No PC version rumors for Alan Wake (thanks yogibbear)
  2. CoD Prestige Edition to cost $149
  3. TG Daily reports BioWare co-founder criticizes Activision's PS3 bashing
  4. Shacknews reports Battlefield 1943's 'Coral Sea' map unlocked for Xbox 360
    and Wolfenstein suffers brief delay (updated)
  5. Quick intro to The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut
  6. Empire: Total War - The naval gameplay enhancement (plans for patch 1.4)
  7. Crysis Wars EX 1.0 released
  8. Steam news: Team Fortress 2 and The Path updates released
  9. Gamasutra on the history of Defender: The joys of difficult games
  10. TestFreaks on the hardest video games of all time
Systems, storage, and multimedia

  1. AnandTech on Gigabyte's GA-MA785GPMT-UD2H - AMD's 785G is here, sort of...
  2. HotHardware's Gigabyte Lynnfield P55 motherboard sneak peeks
  3. Legit Reviews on Asus P7P55D Evo
  4. techPowerUp! reviews 16GB A-Data S805 flash drive
  5. HotHardware reviews Pogoplug NAS device
  6. ThinkComputers reviews QNAP TS-809 Pro NAS
  7. InsideHW reviews AMD Radeon HD 4730 CrossFire
  8. PCShopTalk reviews TRENDnet 7" wireless Internet camera and photo monitor
  9. ProClockers review Eagle Tech Arion ET-AR504LR-BK 2.1 multimedia subwoofer speaker system
  10. Digital Trends reviews Aiaiai Pipe earphones
  11. Techgage reviews Logitech G19 gaming keyboard
  12. TechwareLabs review Razer Goliathus gaming mouse pad
Power, case, and cooling

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews 700W Cooler Master UCP PSU
  2. TweakPC reviews 550W Cougar CM PSU (in German)
  3. JonnyGuru reviews 500W Xigmatek NRP-PC502 PSU
  4. XSReviews on Cooler Master Silent Pro M500 PSU
  5. Futurelooks has Mophie Juice Pack Air mini-review
  6. TweakTown reviews Lian Li PC-B70 case
  7. PureOC reviews NZXT Beta case
  8. Technic3D reviews Lian Li PC-9 case (in German)
  9. CCE Reviews on NZXT Cryo S aluminum notebook cooler
  10. DragonSteelMods review NZXT Cryo LX notebook cooler
  11. lab501's thermal interface material - July 2009 roundup (in Romanian)
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