Friday Shortbread


  1. Nintendo, Sony, and Western Digital report financial results
  2. Yahoo gets hard look from investors following deal
  3. Yahoo costs: The slide Microsoft didn't want you to see
  4. Engadget reports Dell fined $30,000 by Taiwan government over pricing mishaps
  5. When the chips are down - Moore's Law may be slowed by economics, not physics
  6. Fudzilla reports Intel to lead 6 to 9 months in 32nm transition
    and Turbo clock to overcome multithreading problem
  7. DigiTimes reports Intel to suspend Atom Z sales to netbook makers, say sources
  8. Ballmer: Ultra-thin PCs will be the answer to netbooks
  9. Intel: It's well past time for IT to upgrade hardware
  10. The Register: Intel's Moorestown left homeless?
  11. X-bit labs report Core i7 "Lynnfield" processors due on September 6 - documents
  12. Nvidia chief scientist to EDA: Give us power tools
  13. Engadget reports RIAA says consumers shouldn't expect DRM servers to run forever
  14. DailyTech reports Apple remains silent about CES 2010 plans
  15. How to hijack 'every iPhone in the world' (thanks dpaus)
  16. Details on presidential motorcades, safe house for First Family, leak via P2P
  17. NordicHardware reports Fujitsu completes 3.0 to SATA chip
  18. Who needs a 12GB, $1,400 RAM kit?
  19. Creative and THX Ltd. to launch THX TruStudio PC for desktops, notebooks, and netbooks
  20. Tweaknews on traveling with technology
  21. TestFreaks give away 7 USB drives

  1. Adobe patches critical Flash hole
  2. The Windows Blog: Showing our thanks to Windows 7 Beta testers...
    (by giving away free copies of Windows 7)
  3. Ballmer: Microsoft Windows has hit 'right balance' vs. Linux, Mac
  4. SuperSite for Windows has Windows 7 feature focus RTM
    update #4: WEI, Windows Live Essentials, and Taskbar
  5. What if Microsoft had to approve every app on Windows?
  6. Ars Technica reports Black Hat attendees warn of impending Mac OS X hacker doom
  7. How will Microsoft fix Windows Mobile? The Softies still aren't saying
  8. Engadget reports Apple kicks out MobileMe iDisk app for iPhone
  9. C|Net reports themes support now lets you re-skin Google Chrome
  10. Mozilla Firefox's 1 billionth download website coming soon
  11. Bright Side of News on SPECviewperf 11
  12. Catalyst 9.8 beta (8.634) for Vista / Windows 7

  1. Video game industry looks for second-half comeback
  2. Game makers pause, reload: Are price cuts next?
  3. Microsoft: 'Next gen will be new software, not hardware'
  4. Shacknews reports Microsoft 'not anywhere close' to simultaneous digital, retail launches
  5. Dev slams 'lack of transparency' in digital sales
  6. "iPhone is much more powerful than Wii" - Telltale Games
  7. Carmack: Rage runs faster on Xbox 360
  8. Ars Technica reports unauthorized charges getting WoW accounts suspended
  9. Valve responds to racism accusations
  10. Halo 3: ODST video documentary Desperate Measures trailer
  11. F.E.A.R. 2 Reborn with new single player DLC
  12. IGN reports Modern Warfare 2 PC not getting special editions
  13. Demigod demo available
  14. Dawn of War II 'There is Only War' release notes 1.50
  15. GameSpot's Wolfenstein multiplayer Q&A
  16. TG Daily reports EA preps Warhammer MMORPG for the Mac
  17. 'Father of electronic games' on his next project, the state of the industry
  18. Steam's weekend deal: All Relic games 50% off including Dawn of War II
  19. GamersGate has BioShock on sale for $11.98
  20. Impulse weekend buys for July 30th
  21. MESS (multiple emulator super system) has been updated to 0.133
  22. Frank Klepacki: Behind the music of the first Command & Conquer
  23. The Demoman: ArmA 2
  24. Gaming Heaven reviews Wii Sports Resort

  1. Maximum PC's Dream Machine 2009: How to build the best PC for any budget
  2. Mundie: The desktop of the future is a room
  3. Guru3D reviews SmoothCreations LANShark
  4. NordicHardware reports Acer Aspire One D250 gets HD display
  5. Engadget reports Acer further bolsters Timeline lineup with new 8000 Series
  6. DriverHeaven reviews Novatech X1 Pro laptop
  7. ComputerWorld reports Intel to offer Larrabee details at Siggraph conference
  8. The Inquirer reports Asus cancels its first USB 3.0 motherboard
  9. TC Magazine reports Intel readies a new revision of the DX58SO motherboard
  10. OCC previews Gigabyte GA-EP55-UD4P
  11. previews MSI P55-GD65
  12. ATi-Forum: MSI with new 785G mainboards (in German)
  13. Elite Bastards review Asus Maximus II Gene mATX
  14. Futurelooks reviews ASRock X58 Extreme
  15. HardwareLogic reviews Asus P5Q Pro Turbo
  16. PC Perspective reviews MSI 785GM-E65
Storage and networking

  1. Big Bruin reviews 2TB Seagate Barracuda LP
  2. TweakTown's exclusive review of 256GB PhotoFast G-Monster V5 SSD
  3. techPowerUp! reviews 64GB Patriot Xporter Magnum flash drive
  4. Digital Trends on Iomega eGo Mac Edition
  5. C|Net reports Apple releases 2TB Time Capsule
  6. ThinkComputers reviews D-Link DGL-4500 Xtreme N gaming router

  1. TweakTown reviews Gigabyte GeForce GTX 285 2GB OC
  2. CPU3D reviews Gigabyte GeForce GTX 285 1GB
  3. GeForce GTX 275 vs. Radeon HD 4890 battle at Legit Reviews
  4. DriverHeaven's Nvidia graphics card roundup - August
  5. reviews Gigabyte Radeon HD 4650
  6. BmR on using dual-monitors to optimize productivity
  7. VR-Zone reports Crunchpad on schedule to launch in November
  8. HardwareZone previews Creative Zii Egg
  9. HotHardware reviews Palm Pre
  10. Digital Trends on PlayStation 3 media server setup
  11. TestFreaks: Hi tech coming to car audio
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews 750W Thermaltake Toughpower XT PSU
  2. Technic3D reviews Enermax Eco 80+ EES 350AWT PSU (in German)
  3. PC Perspective reviews GMC Noblesse K-2 case
  4. Björn3D reviews Max Cube Amoris 6010 case
  5. Ninjalane reviews Thermaltake Element G case
  6. Overclocker Café reviews Cooler Master HAF 922 case
  7. OCC reviews AMA Orc CPU cooler
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