Work@Home Father’s Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Steve Ballmer is right: The PC market is getting bigger
  2. AMD: Low-end graphics cards will continue to exist even after Fusion launch
  3. Palm: New devices, webOS upgrade in the works
  4. Ars Technica cites study: Net neutrality could lead to "devastating" job losses
  5. Salon: Let’s subsidize open broadband, not journalists
  6. Engadget reports Valve says Apple, Nvidia, and AMD

    are working to improve Mac gaming performance

  7. The first modded 2010 250GB Xbox 360 from Solomods
  8. Valve – Counter-Strike: Source comes to the Mac next week

Work@Home Father’s Day

  1. DigiTimes: Current DRAM chip prices are too high, says Transcend chairman

    and Gigabyte & Biostar announce profit for 2009

  2. Computerworld reports Oracle sued by U.S. for alleged overcharging
  3. DSLReports: FCC votes 3 – 2 to begin reclassifying ISPs under Title II
  4. Ars Technica reports dark words fly as FCC launches new net neutrality probe
  5. BusinessWeek: High-speed Internet rules might prove costly
  6. Fudzilla reports U.S. Supreme Court limits privacy rights
  7. TorrentFreak reports U.S. government told piracy losses are exaggerated
  8. Yahoo! News cites report: U.S. lacks staff, power to protect networks
  9. DSLReports: AT&T Microcell 3G use will count against your cap
  10. AOL to sell Bebo for just $10 million
  11. Facebook urged to strengthen privacy protections
  12. Intel: Making improvements to cache memory
  13. Ninjalane’s EVGA Taiwan office visit
  14. hp‘s Windows Slate PC: Not officially dead, but dead
  15. TC Magazine reports 2nd-gen Sony Vaio P in stock, ready to ship in the U.S.

    and Sony Vaio Z & Y series laptops can act as mobile hotspots

  16. Engadget reports Acer comes clean with new Aspire One availability and pricing
  17. Fudzilla reports OCZ goes for 1.8" SSD market
  18. X-bit labs report Intel to use enterprise MLC in next-gen enterprise SSDs
  19. Engadget: White HTC EVO 4G coming exclusively to Best Buy on July 11th, pre-orders start today

    and Samsung Captivate is AT&T’s version of the Galaxy S, launching ‘in the coming months’

    and the Droid X gets real on Verizon (update: 720p video capture, not display)

  20. Gizmodo’s Droid 2 first impressions
  21. Devs getting Windows Phone 7 device availability emails
  22. AppleInsider reports Apple exploring HD radio for future iPods, iPhones
  23. Expreview reports Thermalright released Venomous X Black CPU cooler
  24. Techdirt reports anti-piracy campaign show you ‘killing’ look-alike pop stars
  25. Newegg’s morning shell shocker
  26. Dealzon’s deals: $100 off 11.6" Alienware M11x, $30 off 10" Acer Windows XP netbook,

    $195 off hp Elite HPE-310t i5 desktop, and $60 off Logitech Webcam Pro 9000


  1. Download Squad: Figures show Google Gmail and Docs

    destroying Outlook’s market share. Next victim: Excel

  2. Mac OS X update leaves Flash Player vulnerable and confused
  3. Ars Technica: Getting to know Safari 5’s extensions
  4. Phoronix: The rate of ATI Gallium3D changes is impressive
  5. Engadget reports developer gets Sony’s Remote Play working on non-Vaio machines
  6. Betanews reports beta invites for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 service packs arrive
  7. TC Magazine reports Microsoft preps Windows Embedded Handheld OS for year-end and beyond
  8. TechFlash: Office 2010 on Windows Phone 7, sneak peek of cloud-based sync
  9. TUAW’s first look: Life, a web browser optimized for the iPad
  10. HWiNFO32 3.53-759
  11. Opera 10.60 build 3426
  12. openSUSE 11.3 RC1 is available


  1. Yahoo! News reports OnLive takes video games into the Internet ‘cloud’
  2. Welcome to Valhalla: AnandTech takes you inside the new 250GB Xbox 360
  3. SuperSite for Windows: 2010 Xbox 360 unboxing
  4. Joystiq reports Sony Move Navigation Controller can be replaced by DualShock
  5. Fudzilla has more evidence Kinect pricing is set
  6. Engadget’s Kinect guide: a preview and explanation of Microsoft’s new full body sensor

    and Razer StarCraft II and Xbox 360 peripherals hands-on

  7. DailyTech reports Gran Turismo 5 is "rich" in detail, development of game costed upwards of $60M
  8. Shacknews reports Gears of War 3 gets gameplay walkthrough

    and Final Fantasy XIV gets E3 media, benchmark test

    and Medal of Honor multiplayer beta delayed on Xbox 360

  9. FiringSquad has Rage and Civilization V E3 2010 trailers
  10. Ars Technica: Driving Forza cars with the Kinect: looks silly, feels great

    and hands-on: Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Resident Evil 5 with Move

    and Metal Gear Solid Rising primer

  11. C|Net reports packed E3 a sign of a healthy game industry
  12. Steam has the 2.7.1 update for X3: Terran Conflict
  13. Steam: Save 25% on EA racing games (until noon CDT)


  1. bit-tech reviews Scan 3XS Cyclone PC
  2. Ars Technica: A closer look shows Apple’s A4 is "tailored," not "bespoke"
  3. AnandTech’s AMD and Intel mobile rematch: Gateway NV5933u vs. Acer 5542
  4. VR-Zone reviews Fujitsu Lifebook MH380
  5. Benchmark Reviews on ASUS P6X58D-E Xtreme Design motherboard
  6. Hardware Secrets has EVGA Classified SR-2 first look
  7. reviews EVGA P55 Classified
  8. OCC’s Intel H55 & H57 motherboards roundup
  9. iXBT Labs review Asus M4A89GTD Pro/USB3
  10. OC3D reviews MSI 890FXA-GD70
  11. Neoseeker reviews ECS A890GXM-A


  1. HotHardware’s AMD FirePro roundup: V7800, V4800, V3800
  2. Björn3D’s GeForce GTX 480 thermal study
  3. Inno3D rectifies GeForce GTX 470’s shortcomings with Hawk card
  4. Legit Reviews on XFX Radeon HD 5830
  5. TweakTown reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 Silent Cell & HD 5570 OC
  6. Björn3D reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 5550 Ultimate
  7. KitGuru reviews HIS HD 5550 Silence 1GB DDR3
  8. TWL reviews Sportsman 440 / 465 video eyewear
  9. TechReviewSource on Canon PowerShot SX210 IS
  10. Engadget’s Nox Audio Specialist review
  11. TestFreaks review Sound ID 510 Bluetooth headset
  12. NYT: HTC EVO 4G fades a bit in the details
  13. Engadget’s HTC Aria review
  14. Ars Technica: Sizing up the iPhone 4 for shutterbugs

Power, casing, and cooling

  1. InsideHW has LC Power, SilverStone & Cooler Master PSUs: Clash of the titans
  2. MEGATech Reviews on Konnet PowerPyramid for Xbox 360 and PS3
  3. BCCHardware and TweakTown review Thermaltake Armor A90 case
  4. KitGuru reviews NZXT Tempest EVO case
  5. Guru3D reviews Zalman Z7 Plus case
  6. TweakPC reviews In Win Ironclad case (in German)
  7. PureOC reviews Rosewill RX358 USB 3.0 enclosure
  8. ThinkComputers reviews Choiix Comforter Lapdesk
  9. iGadgetLife reviews DODOcase for iPad
  10. Fudzilla has Thermalright Spitfire GPU cooler tested
  11. Technic3D reviews Titan Fenrir EVO CPU cooler (in German)
Comments closed
    • OneArmedScissor
    • 10 years ago

    XI.Intel: Making improvements to cache memory

    “Vertical double gate floating body (FB) Z-RAM memory cell technology fabricated on a recess gate DRAM technology is presented. Cell operating voltage of 0.5V with comparable static retention and > 1000x improvement in dynamic retention is reported. The reported vertical double gate FB cell is the cell with the lowest operation voltage reported to date.”

    Now if only someone would make that much of an effort to improve system RAM, rather than jacking up the clock speeds to no end even in laptops.

    • anotherengineer
    • 10 years ago

    “VIII.Valve – Counter-Strike: Source comes to the Mac next week ”

    sweet maybe I will try to make a Hackintosh ๐Ÿ˜€ lol

    • indeego
    • 10 years ago

    /[<"Google Gmail and Docs destroying Outlook's market share."<]/ Do Not Believe. No Citation given. Hotmail still has way more users than gmail.

      • OneArmedScissor
      • 10 years ago

      They’re trying to guess at a trend where that doesn’t really apply.

      I don’t see Chrome replacing IE. Most large companies are hesitant to even upgrade to a newer version of IE if what they have seems to work.

      Fat chance they all just drop Office outright after using it since the dawn of time, when it doesn’t even really need to be upgraded.

        • designerfx
        • 10 years ago

        uh, chrome is well recognized in the business world. approved or not is another story – it won’t be until it hits one of those gartner business matrices.

        Now that businesses are getting away from IE6, they basically don’t care what people use since things are a bit more cross-platform when you don’t have anything that requires IE6.

          • OneArmedScissor
          • 10 years ago

          IT departments that don’t care what’s running on 100,000 computers? Oooook…never heard of one of those.

          There are still several times more computers using IE6 than Chrome. Every version of Firefox combined hardly has anything on IE6 by itself, and Firefox has been the better performer for years.

          It would take years for Google to even put a slight dent in large business use, and that’s the only thing that could really light a fire under MS’ feet.

      • designerfx
      • 10 years ago

      hotmail has more users? in what alternate universe? where’s your citation? for someone who’s trying to claim fact you just shot yourself down.

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