Monday Shortbread


  1. C]Net on Intel and Apple—future rivals?
  2. Expreview reports Nvidia CEO to visit Taiwan in October for a discussion with TSMC
  3. In-Stat: External storage devices will be among leading peripherals for SuperSpeed USB adoption
  4. DigiTimes reports VIA hopes to create NetNote segment between netbooks and notebooks
    and HDD supply to remain tight until end of 2009, says Western Digital Taiwan
  5. NordicHardware reports hexa-core Intel Gulftown moved to 6.4GHz
  6. BmR's Seagate interview: SSD and enterprise storage
  7. Fudzilla reports Toshiba and SanDisk to produce 20nm-class NAND flash in 2H 2010
  8. AMD: Radeon HD 5870 up to 200% faster than Radeon HD 4870
    and AA optimization of Radeon HD 5870 is largely better than GTX 285
  9. Engadget reports AT&T's MicroCell site goes live
  10. Pink and Microsoft Tablet (Take 2): A couple of updates
  11. Apple iPhone abuse detection sensors: Who is abusing whom?
  12. The NY Times: Can Amazon be Wal-Mart of the web?
  13. TUAW reports Apple store is down... and now back up
  14. The Register reports AT&T juices PC rescue service with Intel's Fast Call for Help
  15. Engadget podcast 163
  16. Win a iBuyPower Gamer Paladin system from Legit Reviews
  17. Dealzon's deals: $100 off Lenovo C300 all-in-one desktop, $100 off Memorex
    DVD+R (2 X 50) dual pack of discs, $9 off pre-order Halo 3: ODST for Xbox 360,
    $99 off 2-pack Dell S2209W 21.5" LCD monitors, and $150 off Dell Vostro A860
    laptop has been extended to 9/21
Software and gaming

  1. NordicHardware: AMD to launch DirectX 11 in November?
  2. TG Daily: Word is, Windows 7 for Netbooks won't be crippled
  3. InsideHW on top 10 free Windows applications
  4. Wii price drop effective 9/27 supposedly confirmed during a retailer conference call
  5. Joystiq reports Square Enix head predicts new Wii in 2011,
    says motion 'impact' for Xbox, PlayStation will be 'small'
  6. Fudzilla on PS3 250GB for North America
  7. PlayStation 3 ads through the years
  8. Big Download reports S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat goes gold; still no word on
    U.S. release and Batman debuts strongly on weekly Steam top 10 best seller list
  9. Ars Technica: $60 for an expansion pack? Halo 3: ODST underwhelms
    but terrific Brutal Legends demo brings metal to the masses
  10. OCC's Darkest of Days performance testing review
  11. Gaming Heaven reviews Majesty 2 (PC)
  12. Gas Bandit Gaming: Why Warhammer Online is on its deathbed
Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Ars Technica: ARM attacks Atom with 2GHz A9; can servers be far behind?
  2. SuperSite for Windows on hp MediaSmart Servers (late 2009)
  3. Engadget reports Asus adds textured pattern 'wow-factor' to purported
    Eee PC and the Ion-infused Eee PC 1201n netbook emerges overseas
  4. PC Pro has Intel Core i7 for laptops: First review
  5. Madshrimps have P55 roundup: Gigabyte P55-UD6 / P55-UD6 and MSI P55-GD80
  6. Futurelooks reviews MSI P55-GD65
  7. Benchmark Reviews has Seagate Barracuda XT 6Gbps SATA-III HDD preview
  8. Elite Bastards review 64GB Team Group Supreme U100 USB flash drive
  9. TestFreaks review Wi-Fire Wi-Fi adapter
Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. Madshrimps post video card comparison charts
  2. TweakTown reviews HIS Radeon HD 4890 iCooler x4 1GB
  3. DragonSteelMods review Calibre X260 GeForce GTX 260 896MB
  4. Techgage reviews CM Storm Sentinel Advance gaming mouse
  5. CCE Reviews on Targus netbook accessory kit
  6. PC Perspective reviews Corsair Obsidian 800D case
  7. ThinkComputers reviews AeroCool PGS Vx-e case
  8. PureOC reviews AZZA Spartan 101 case
  9. CowcotLand reviews Lian Li PC-A03 case (in French)
  10. ProClockers review Cool Age Frozen Orb X120 Transform CPU cooler
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