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Eight is Enough

  1. AppleInsider: Apple now the world’s second largest company by market value

    and European Union ends antitrust investigations of Apple and

    Apple readying production of smaller, lighter 11.6″ MacBook Airs?

  2. 9 to 5 Mac: Chinese gossip says 7″ iPad looks like iPhone
  3. X-bit labs: AMD to introduce Bulldozer-compatible core-logic sets in Q2 2011
  4. PCWorld reports virtual machines need defragging, too
  5. Engadget: ElcomSoft turns your laptop into a one-touch Wi-Fi cracking system
  6. DSLReports: France begins tracking, booting millions of P2P users
  7. Medal of Honor PC specifications
  8. PCWorld shows how to install and play Duke Nukem 3D on your PC


Gold Star Mother’s Day

  1. TechCrunch reports angel investor Ron Conway drops

    a bomb on the super angels (angel investing)

  2. Engadget explains net neutrality—and full interview with Professor Tim Wu
  3. TechFlash Q&A: Microsoft’s botnet wrangler on the fight against Internet crime
  4. Computerworld: China’s ‘big hole’ marks scale of supercomputing race
  5. Funky Kit covers Gigabyte GOOC 2010 Finals
  6. Mac Rumors on Ping updates: ‘Ping Sidebar’

    coming soon? Record labels miffed at secrecy

  7. TUAW on what 10 years of Apple did to its main product
  8. C|Net reports Sony’s Google TV product slated for October 12 NYC unveiling
  9. Mac Rumors: More TV executives weigh in on 99-cent

    TV show rentals: Viacom out, CBS on the fence

  10. AppleInsider: Verizon-Apple iPhone agreement ‘may not ever get resolved
  11. Windows Weekly 175 (podcast)
  12. TechFlash podcast
  13. ThinkComputers & Thermaltake Forums giveaway
  14. Win 100 tickets to Gitex Shopper 2010 @ t-break

Software and gaming

  1. Download Squad reports Chrome AdBlock dev pushes

    reassuring note to counter Chrome’s scary extension warnings

  2. Google releases Chrome 7.0.517.17 for Windows and 7.0.517.13 for Mac & Linux
  3. C|Net: Office 15 to include an app store?
  4. Warp2Search features 37 Linux tutorials
  5. TUAW reports iTunes 10.0.1 brings Ping to your music library
  6. PCWorld reports PhotoToMac 2.0 adds video support
  7. RAMMon 1.0 (build 1000)
  8. Fudzilla: Nvidia’s Tamsi and his team care a lot about games
  9. Earn double XP in Red Dead Redemption multiplayer today (Sunday)
  10. Shacknews: Bungie details Halo: Reach playlight changes, campaign

    matchmaking dated and new video games to be released this week

  11. TweakPC reviews Metroid: Other M (in German)

Hardware

  1. Igniq.com on the top 5 best selling processors
  2. TestFreaks review 256GB Cirago CST6000 USB 3.0 portable hard drive
  3. Hardware Secrets on GeForce GTS 450
  4. Hi Tech Legion reviews PowerColor HD 5750 Low Profile
  5. Rbmods has Apple TV preview
  6. PCWorld on when to use the iPhone 4’s HDR feature
  7. t-break shares its initial experiences with the iPhone 4
  8. PC-Luchs reviews Logitech K800 wireless illuminated keyboard (in German)
  9. DragonSteelMods on NZXT Phantom case
  10. PureOC reviews OWC Multi Mount drive bay converter
  11. KitGur on Thermaltake’s Jing cooler
  12. DeXgo reviews Xilence Xilent Blade Lite cooler (in German)
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    • stmok
    • 9 years ago

    l[

      • YeuEmMaiMai
      • 9 years ago

      lol obviously the author does not know much about ntfs

    • Voldenuit
    • 9 years ago

    I like Opera because I don’t /[

      • Arag0n
      • 9 years ago

      And the screen area is the same as IE9… what means, more than Chrome.

        • indeego
        • 9 years ago

        All browsers have full screen mode that make their respective “GUI’s” fairly meaningless. If you get competent with kb shortcuts you never even need to see the GUI elementsg{<.<}g

    • Goty
    • 9 years ago

    Yep, those 2ms per page load add up by the end of the day!

    *EDIT* This was definitely supposed to be a reply to #3

    • indeego
    • 9 years ago

    Kinda whack, my biggest complaint about Chrome was how sucky the add-ons were compared to Firefox and how it wasn’t on par at all. A certain a_-thw_rt on chrome would load the a_s first, then blo_k them, bu_ not very well. There still isn’t a n_scr_pt equiv in chromeg{<.<}g

      • My Johnson
      • 9 years ago

      I use chrome exclusively with no add ons. It’s the cleaner interface I enjoy due to limited screen real estate.

    • xii
    • 9 years ago

    l[

      • Meadows
      • 9 years ago

      Which is why Firefox doesn’t perform on par with other browsers, and by the time the addons let you have it the way you want, it’s even slower.

        • DancinJack
        • 9 years ago

        +9000.

    • Goty
    • 9 years ago

    l[

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