Friday Shortbread

The Pick 6

  1. Engadget reports Microsoft has record Q1, rakes in $17.37

    billion in revenue (updated: Skype plans revealed)

  2. WDD: HDD industry will be supply-constrained due to Thailand flooding
  3. Taipei Times reports Apple suppliers in China scrutinized
  4. Fudzilla reports Ivy Bridge readying for Christmas

    and no desktop Radeon this year

  5. SemiAccurate reports Nvidia Tegra roadmap slips a year
  6. Microsoft Research shows holodesk


Friday

  1. Seagate Technology reports fiscal first quarter financial results
  2. ATi-Forum reports AMD has more market share in Japan (in German)
  3. X-bit labs: Europe okays Seagate’s acquistion of Samsung’s hard drive business unit
  4. VR-Zone reports hp launches new e-All-in-One printers
  5. TC Magazine: AOC readies two new business-oriented LCD monitors

    and Cooler Master reveals the Silencio 450 mid-tower case

  6. Engadget: Google spills the beans on Gmail revamp a bit early (video)
  7. PCPer’s podcast #175
  8. Newegg’s deals
  9. Dealzon’s deals: $220 coupon for 14” Lenovo G470 i5-2410M, $949 off 14”

    Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420 Core i5-2430M, $175 coupon for hp Elite

    HPE-h8m AMD Phenom X4 840T / Blu-ray, and $100 coupon for 21.5”

    Dell ST2220T multi-touch IPS monitor

Mobile

  1. TechCrunch reports Verizon lights up 22 new cities with 4G LTE coverage
  2. The NY Times: Fewer iPhone activations hamper growth at AT&T
  3. X-bit labs: When it comes to tablets, Intel bets on Windows 8
  4. SlashGear reports Toshiba 6″ tablet display offers 498ppi print-quality
  5. Huff Post Tech reports HTC Titan, Samsung Focus S, Samsung

    Focus Flash: New Mango phones unveiled by Microsoft (photos)

  6. TC Magazine: Motorola Admiral comes to Sprint on October 23rd
  7. Behind the glass: a detailed tour inside the Samsung Galaxy Nexus at Engadget

Gaming

  1. VR-Zone: PlayStation Vita launches February 22, 2012

Systems and video

  1. Kitguru Lite presents the Alienware M18x with Extreme Edition
  2. Laptoping reviews Asus K53U laptop
  3. APH Networks on Core i5-2405S
  4. ocaholic’s comparison list: AMD FX, Phenom, Athlon desktop & Vision mobile CPUs
  5. OCIA reviews Gigabyte Z68XP-UD5
  6. TechSpot’s mini-ITX face-off: ASRock Z68M-ITX-HT vs. ASRock A75M-ITX
  7. PureOC reviews VisionTek Radeon HD 6970 2GB
  8. Phoronix reviews Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti
  9. Kitguru’s Hauppauge HD PVR Gaming Edition review

Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. Neoseeker reviews Thermaltake eSports Shock Spin headset
  2. Benchmark Reviews on Thermaltake Meka G-Unit gaming keyboard
  3. Guru3D reviews Rosewill RK-9000 mechanical keyboard
  4. TechSpot’s Microsoft Explorer Touch mouse review
  5. Hardware Canucks review LanCool PC-K9B case
  6. HT4U reviews BitFenix Outlaw case (in German)
  7. Techgage on Antec Soundscience Halo 6 LED bias lighting kit
  8. OCC’s Evercool HPL-815 and Transformer 3 review
Comments closed
    • destroy.all.monsters
    • 8 years ago

    hp e-all-in-one printers also still not featuring WebOs.

    Missing in action – the comedy gold of hp’s strategy officer jumping ship. [url<]http://www.fudzilla.com/home/item/24560-hps-strategy-officer-retires-early[/url<] I hope there's a TR contest in an hp dead pool. It'd make a great Friday night discussion topic. Edited because of apostrophe failures.

      • CuttinHobo
      • 8 years ago

      The question in my mind is how much of HP’s recent strategy shenanigans were his ideas, and now he’s being forced out; or if he’s quitting because he’s sick of the board constantly overruling him.

      But even if he was kept completely out of the loop on all of the big decisions this year, I can’t imagine anyone wanting to hire HP’s chief strategy officer after a year like this. More like Chief Tragedy Officer! Oh-HO! *slaps knee*

    • burntham77
    • 8 years ago

    “OCC’s Evercool HPL-815 and Transformer 3 review”

    Yeah, I thought the third movie was actually pretty darned good. Of course, pretty much anything is better than the disaster that was the second movie.

    Oh these are CPU fans? Right, never mind.

      • dashbarron
      • 8 years ago

      Yet to see any of the movies. They seemed kind of cheesy.

        • OneArmedScissor
        • 8 years ago

        Because the cartoon wasn’t.

          • willmore
          • 8 years ago

          The +1 I gave you assumes you’re being sarcastic. Don’t disappoint me!

    • UberGerbil
    • 8 years ago

    NewEgg is selling Dell U2410s now? When did that start?

    Also: given the perpetual Lenovo Edge coupons, has anybody ever accidentally paid full list price for one?

    • JustAnEngineer
    • 8 years ago

    Hard-drive prices are already rising. The Samsung HD103SJ that I bought last week for $60 is up to $77ΒΌ, for example.

      • sircharles32
      • 8 years ago

      I’ve noticed that within the last 3-4 days, the Samsung HD204UI drives have gone from $80 (free shipping), to $110 (with $7-8 shipping), so that’s what, about 47-48% jump. I was holding off, trying to catch them at $70 (happened once during the back to school deals, but I didn’t bite). Now with the current circumstances, I’ve basically shot myself in the foot.

      • Waco
      • 8 years ago

      Good God it’s bad. I just bought a WD Green 2 TB drive from Newegg for $70 a few weeks ago – that same drive is now $120.

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