Thursday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. AMD Game Blog: Early results achieved with AMD
    FX processor using Windows 7 scheduler update
  2. Ars Technica: Raspberry Pi's $35, 700MHz Linux computer enters
    manufacturing and hands on with hp's Spectre, the great glass ultrabook
    and hands-on with Project Fiona: the sub-$1,000 gaming PC... tablet?
  3. VR-Zone: Intel and Motorola Mobility join forces for smartphones
    and tablets
    and Intel sort of announces the Atom Z2460
  4. Fudzilla reports Lenovo shows Intel Atom smartphone
  5. Nvidia: Quad-core smartphones on the way - DailyTech
  6. Mail Online: First 'review' of iPad 3 claims machine will be very similar to last year's iPad 2
  7. Phoronix posts Linux 3.2 kernel benchmarks
  8. IndustryGamers: Sony or Microsoft to bow out of next-gen console race, predicts Gaikai


  1. X-bit labs: GlobalFoundries' Fab 8 begins to produce first commercial chips for customers
  2. Fudzilla reports Intel does deal with Plessey
    and Oracle investigated by French watchdog
  3. VR-Zone: LucidLogix wants to play in the cloud, games that is
  4. Ars Technica: Apple confirms January 19 "education event" in NYC
  5. Fudzilla: Foxconn workers threaten mass suicide
  6. Ars Technica: Will 2012 be Thunderbolt's year? Devices arrive in force at CES
  7. The first Thunderbolt speed bump: Likely in 2014 - AnandTech
  8. AnandTech on Cactus Ridge: Understanding the new, more affordable Thunderbolt controller
  9. PC Perspective's CES 2012 day 4 podcast
  10. TechSpot has CES 2012 in pictures: part 1
  11. Hardware Secrets covers CES 2012
  12. Björn3D and ThinkComputers cover CES 2012: Gigabyte
  13. NinjaLane covers CES 2012: Sapphire, EVGA, and Rosewill
  14. ThinkComputers covers CES 2012: Thermaltake
  15. Fudzilla reports hp Envy 14 Spectre up for preorder and
    PowerColor Radeon HD 7970 Vortex in the works
  16. NCIX: Fabulous Flail sale event
  17. Newegg's deals
  18. Dealzon's deals: $50 coupon for 13.3” Dell Vostro 3350 i7-2640M / 128GB SSD,
    $50 coupon for 27” hp Omni 27 Core i5-2400S PC, $50 coupon for hp Elite h8xt
    PC i7-2600 / Radeon HD 7570, and $600 off Alienware Aurora PC i7-2600K

  1. Ars Technica: Will Medfield be the chip Intel needs to take on ARM?
  2. Nokia projected to sell 37 million Windows Phone smartphones in 2012 - Morgan Stanley
  3. Ars Technica's hands-on: Samsung throws more
    device sizes, mediocre ultrabook at U.S. market
  4. AnandTech: Motorola Droid 4 early test data confirms Razr internals and software
Software and gaming

  1. Ars Technica: Microsoft bets big on Kinect for Windows, but splits its community
  2. VR-Zone: LucidLogix announces XLR8 software for ARM GPUs and more
  3. Fudzilla: PS4 to feature super-HD?
Systems and storage

  1. TechReviewSource on Lenovo IdeaPad U400
  2. KitGuru's Core i7-3820 and ASRock Extreme4-M review
  3. [H]ard|OCP's ASRock X79 Extreme4 motherboard review
  4. ocaholic reviews ASRock X79 Extreme4m
  5. Tbreak reviews Gigabyte GA-X79-UD7
  6. PCStats reviews Intel DH67BL motherboard
  7. ocaholic reviews 16GB GeIL Evo Corsa DDR3 2400MHz CL11 quad-channel kit
  8. PCStats reviews 2TB Seagate Barracuda XT
  9. Funky Kit reviews 120GB OCZ Agility 3 SSD

  1. OC3D's Inno3D GTX 560 Ti 448 core review
  2. PureOC reviews PowerColor HD 6970 Devil 13
  3. KitGuru's Sapphire Vid-2X display expander review (with Macbook Air)
  4. Ars Technica's hands-on with Ubuntu TV, above and under the hood
  5. Tbreak and XSReviews on WD TV Live
  6. Tweaknews reviews Asus O!Play Mini HD media player
  7. TechReviewSource on Kodak Hero 9.1 printer
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. techPowerUp! reviews 900W Gigabyte Sumo Power PSU
  2. Rbmods on 750W NZXT Hale82 PSU
  3. TweakTown reviews Xclio Touch 787 case
  4. VR-Zone's Gelid Darkforce case review
  5. Funky Kit reviews Arctic Cooling F12 Pro 120mm fan
  6. Technic3D reviews Cooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO CPU cooler (in German)
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