7-Eleven Day Shortbread

Seven Up

  1. Engadget: Nvidia Ion 2-powered Asus Eee PC 1215N to ship in the U.S. at the end of August

    and 12 flavors of GeForce GTX 460 now shipping from Newegg

  2. Expreview’s guide to unlocking the GeForce GTX 465
  3. Nexus One Hacks: How to install Ubuntu on your Nexus One / Android
  4. C|Net reports iPhone 4 customer parody stings
  5. Redmond Pie: How to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard in VirtualBox on Windows 7
  6. New anti-malware engine is planned for release on July 15

    for Microsoft Security Essentials and Forefront Client Security

  7. CVG: Why Sony PS3 3D is made for hardcore gamers

7-Eleven Day

  1. Ars Technica: NSA supposedly planning to spy on U.S. networks, denies report
  2. Wired reports lawsuit advances claiming AT&T iPhone monopoly
  3. Another iTunes App Store hack reported
  4. Fudzilla reports MSI X-Slim X360 coming to retail
  5. Engadget reports hp‘s 11.6″ Pavilion dm1 goes on sale
  6. 9 to 5 Mac: What is the tiny Apple touch-screen was the next iPod Shuffle?
  7. Redmond Pie reports Geohot jailbreaks iPhone 4
  8. Droid Life reports early Droid X arrivals can now officially be activated
  9. AndroidSPIN: T-Mobile’s end-of-the-year roadmap leaked
  10. Engadget reports Android 2.2 ported to HTC Desire
  11. AndroidGuys’ update: The EVO’s 30FPS limitation is an incurable hardware restriction
  12. Engadget podcast 204: Q&A bonanza
  13. DailyFinance reports Intel supercomputers say BP oil spill will spread up the east coast
  14. James Cameron will make record-setting $350M from ‘Avatar’
  15. TechFlash on the history of Lolcats
  16. Newegg’s shell shocker


  1. HowtoForge shows how to make an Ubuntu 10.04 desktop resemble a Mac

    (with Elementary, Docky & Gloobus-Preview)

  2. Deep analysis of the VP8 codec by H.264 experts
  3. EVGA Precision 1.9.5
  4. OPSWAT AppRemover v2.2.3.1 released
  5. CDBurnerXP
  6. Engadget reports Apple approves apps for using LED on iPhone 4 as flashlight
  7. Pocketnow has video: aCircuit Board Android Live Wallpaper


  1. 131 million reasons the Supreme Court could censor video games
  2. TechCrunch reports Google secretly invested $100+ million

    in Zynga, preparing to launch Google games

  3. Greywardens: Is Dragon Age II the end of BioWare as a traditional RPG creator?
  4. Bethesda Blog reports new Rage, Hunted gameplay videos on GameSpot
  5. The Silver Lining Episode 1 – out now (fan-made King’s Quest game)
  6. Shacknews on video games to be released this week

Systems, storage, and networking

  1. TechSpot on buying a budget PC: DIY vs. OEM
  2. Guru3D’s DIY PC buyer’s guide – summer 2010
  3. Digital Trends: Can Cisco and hp compete with Apple’s iPad?
  4. Engadget’s Acer TimelineX 4820T review
  5. KitGuru and OCC review MSI Big Bang XPower
  6. Futurelooks has Intel H55 mATX motherboards shootout
  7. Björn3D reviews Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD7
  8. Legit Reviews on Biostar TA890GXB HD mATX
  9. Everything USB reviews Asus U3S6 SATA 6 & USB 3.0 card
  10. X-bit labs have roundups: 9 SSDs from Corsair and 10 SSDs from OCZ
  11. PureOC reviews Corsair Force F120 SSD
  12. Madshrimps review Thecus N2200 NAS and

    Netgear WNDR3700 dual-band wireless N Gigabit router


  1. Neoseeker reviews Asus Ares HD 5970 4GB
  2. X-bit labs’ Radeon HD 5800 3-way CrossFire vs. GeForce GTX 480 SLI: Final battle
  3. Viper Lair reviews HIS HD 5770 IceQ 5 Turbo 1GB
  4. Madshrimps review SoundGraph FingerVU 706 auxiliary touch screen
  5. Photography Blog’s Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 review
  6. Rbmods on Logitech HD C510 webcam
  7. ThinkComputers reviews Asus Cine5 5-channel speaker system
  8. KitGuru reviews SteelSeries 7G gaming keyboard
  9. Technic3D reviews MS-Tech SM-X35 mouse (in German)
  10. TestFreaks review Logitech Harmony 300i remote
  11. TechReviewSource on Sony Reader Daily Edition PRS-900

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews 600W Amacrox Free Earth 88Plus PSU
  2. TWL reviews Antec Sonata Proto case
  3. Benchmark Reviews on Antec DF-35 Dark Fleet case
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Fractal Design Array ITX chassis
  5. X-bit labs test 6 coolers for Intel Core i7-980X Extreme Edition
Comments closed
    • bdwilcox
    • 9 years ago

    *[<12 flavors of GeForce GTX 460 now shipping from Newegg <]* Hmm, releasing a card before its even reviewed usually means it's either a terrible value (Radeon 5830) or so good that it will cut into sales of your existing stocks of high end cards. Very curious as to which one. Just read HardOCP's review of the 460 and they're gushing over it. Don't know why considering it's just competitive with a 5830 both performance and price-wise. If they had made this card in the $150 range to compete head to head with the 5770 I'd be excited, but as it stands it's rather underwhelming in its market-space.

    • BaconatedGrapefruit
    • 9 years ago

    Eight is enough.

    • YeuEmMaiMai
    • 9 years ago

    in thier rebire xbit got it wrong when you pair up a 5870 with a 5970, the 5870’s clock rate is dropped to that of the 5970

    • OneArmedScissor
    • 9 years ago

    I. 131 million reasons the Supreme Court could censor video games

    “Currently, the games industry is self-regulated through its association, the ESA. If the Supreme Court upholds the law, it would mean that certain games could have their sales restricted on a state by state basis, wreaking havoc on a game’s ability to be sold at huge retailers like Wal-Mart, and essentially decimating a violent game’s chance to succeed. Since a significant portion of the industry’s best selling triple A console titles are loaded with violence, it could mean a huge drop in profits for major game publishers.”

    …or it could mean a huge drop in rehashed shooters and GTA clones. That would be a crying shame. The video game industry sure was in a sorry state before those spread like a plague. The PS1 alone “only” sold more games than the 360 and PS3 combined.

    Self-regulated lol. I don’t think this is the government’s job, but all they can self-regulate at this point is whether or not the filth valve is set to spew on very high or extremely high.

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