Thursday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Intel reports fifth consecutive quarter of record revenue
  2. Apple: iPad cannibalizes sales of Macintosh PCs
  3. Electricpig: 2011 MacBook Air benchmarks are
    amazing, outperforms
    all 2010 MacBook Pros
  4. X-bit labs: AMD Athlon II, Phenom II, Sempron set to be killed by 2012
  5. techPowerUp!: EVGA teases community with upcoming LGA2011 motherboard
    and OCZ Technology unveils Indilinx Everest series SSD controller
  6. News in a Box: Microsoft will give up the Windows brand
  7. AllThingsD, AnandTech, Ars Technica, Engadget, Gizmodo, TechReviewSource,
    The NY Times, Time, and TNW review Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
  8. DailyTech reports Apple discontinues several boxed
    software products, pushes Mac App Store instead


  1. The NY Times: U.S. to close 800 computer data centers (thanks Neutronbeam)
  2. TheStreet: Qualcomm earnings dazzle, but not enough
  3. DigiTimes: Foxconn reportedly considering ECS acquisition
  4. AppleInsider: Chinese counterfeiting extends to full-blown fake Apple retail stores
  5. C|Net reports Google+ reportedly hitting 18 million users
  6. VR-Zone on on Google Search: Now shipping with malware detection
  7. DailyTech reports indie music trade group targets LimeWire
Hardware news

  1. AnandTech has 2011 MacBook Air and Mac mini specs and details
  2. DigiTimes: Google, Intel set to upgrade Chromebook performance
    and Foxconn notebook team reportedly shifted to Compal
  3. Fudzilla reports Llano lappies still hard to find in Europe
  4. VR-Zone's exclusive hands-on pictures of ASRock's new Gen3 motherboards
  5. StorageReview: Western Digital releases 9.5mm 1TB notebook hard drive
  6. X-bit labs: GE's holographic storage tech enabling
    500GB discs
    steps closer to commercialization
  7. AnandTech reports Apple updates Cinema Display to a Thunderbolt Display
  8. VR-Zone reports Asus launches RoG Vulcan ANC Pro gaming headset
  9. Dealzon's deals: $15 coupon for EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti, $400 off
    17.3” Toshiba P770D-BT4N22 AMD quad A6-3400M, $160 off 13” Dell Vostro
    3350 i3-2310M / 3GB RAM, and $160 off Dell Vostro 260 mini tower i3-2100 /
    19” LED

  1. HotHardware: HTC Puccini passes FCC: AT&T's first LTE tablet?
  2. All About Microsoft reports Microsoft Windows Phone
    Marketplace to open to Mango developers in August
  3. Ars Technica's hands-on with the native Google+ app for iPhone
  4. PCPer has Qualcomm Vellamo browser benchmark and results

  1. Mac Rumors: 'Internet Recovery' lets new Macs install OS X from blank hard drive
  2. AppleInsider: Mac OS X Lion will be available on USB thumb drive for $69 in August
  3. DailyTech: Virtualization reaches 92% enterprise penetration rate, VMware leads the way
  4. TC Magazine: Safari 5.1 goes live, includes Reading List, Resume features, more updates
  5. Ars Technica has Mac OS X Lion: a screenshot gallery
  6. TUAW reports iTunes 10.4 is available and ready for Lion
  7. AppleInsider: Apple makes Xcode free to all with release of 4.1 on Mac App Store

  1. AMD [H]ard|OCP Texas GamExperience
  2. RPS reports Zeboyd PC sales leave XBLIG in the dust
  3. Joystiq reports Prey 2 live-action trailers get developer commentary
  4. Call of Juarez: The Cartel - launch trailer
  5. Shacknews reports Star Fox 64 3D coming September 9
  6. Fudzilla reports reloaded Goldeneye 007 is incoming
    and bonuses confirmed for Halo Anniversary
  7. GameSpot: Family Guy Online open beta targeted for this year
  8. The Witcher patch 1.3
  9. Shacknews pens Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine multiplayer preview

  1. 18 months later: Origin's Genesis desktop revisited by TR alum Joel Hruska
  2. VR-Zone's exclusive preview of Asus ET2410 series AIO PC
  3. t-break's Lenovo ThinkPad X1 review
  4. techPowerUp! reviews 1200W Antec High Current Pro HCP-1200 PSU
  5. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews SilverStone Raven RV03 case
  6. Hardware Canucks review Lian Li PC-A70F case
  7. X-bit labs review Deepcool V6000 graphics card cooler
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