Friday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. AllThingsD reports Apple to announce iPad 3 first week in March
  2. Microsoft is mishandling Windows 8 embedded release, argues Intermec CTO
  3. X-bit labs: IBM fab club to reveal details on 20nm,
    14nm & beyond process technologies next month
  4. hp: Apple iOS and Google Android too insecure for enterprises
  5. VR-Zone: Intel Haswell to release between March - June 2013
  6. AnandTech takes a closer look at Opteron 6276
  7. 3DCenter claims to have Nvidia Kepler GK104 specs (in German)
  8. Steve Jobs FBI file


  1. BusinessWeek: Lenovo profit rises on office computer demand, acquisitions
  2. Engadget: Dell Voice offers VoIP, but only to Canadians
  3. TechCrunch has the Google+ platform roadmap
    from Director of Engineering David Glazer
  4. Ars Technica: In world of copyright craziness, BitTorrent, Inc. soars to new heights
  5. VR-Zone reports issue 18 of The Overclocker now online
  6. The NY Times: In data deluge, multitaskers go to multiscreens
  7. Fudzilla reports first Cedar Trail ITX boards hitting retail
    and G.Skill comes up with Ares memory kits
  8. VR-Zone: AverMedia announces Live Gamer HD live streaming
    card and I-O Data soon to release new 23" IPS display
  9. Electronista: Sigma drops price of SD1, adds two 46MP DP compacts
  10. Reuters: Kodak to shutter digital camera production this year
  11. reports Antec announces the One enclosure
  12. Fudzilla reports Cooler Master rolls out Elite 361 case
  13. NinjaLane's podcast
  14. Newegg's limited-time coupons
  15. Dealzon's deals: $250 coupon for 15.6” Lenovo V570 i7-2670QM /
    8GB RAM, $250 coupon for 15.6” Lenovo G570 i5-2430M / 8GB
    RAM, $50 coupon for hp Elite h9se PC i7-3960X / GeForce GTX
    550 Ti, and $94 off 64GB Crucial M4 2.5” SSD

  1. Reuters: German court says Samsung can sell reworked tablet
  2. Engadget: HTC's first ICS update rolls out in late
    March, Sensation and Sensation XE call first dibs
  3. Engadget's PSA: Google Wallet vulnerable to 'brute-force'
    PIN attacks (Update: affects rooted devices)
Software and gaming

  1. Google Chrome has new Stable release
  2. Hawkins, Bushnell, and other video game industry leaders
    tell their stories in new book available in stores worldwide
  3. Fudzilla reports second Medal of Honor confirmed
  4. VE3D: Bethesda's Todd Howard shows Skyrim Game Jam 2011 at D.I.C.E.
Systems and storage

  1. TechSpot reviews Core i7-3820
  2. ocaholic's MSI Big Bang Xpower II X79 preview
  3. Hi Tech Legion reviews Asus Rampage IV Formula BF3 Edition
  4. PureOC reviews ASRock Z68 Extreme 7 Gen 3
  5. HotHardware reviews 3TB Seagate Barracuda
  6. Madshrimps review 3TB Hitachi Touro Desk Pro USB 3.0 external HDD
  7. AnandTech's look at enterprise performance of Intel SSDs
  8. KitGuru tests 240GB Intel 520 Series in RAID 0
  9. HCW reviews 240GB Intel 520 Series SSD
  10. ProClockers review OCZ Synapse Cache SATA III SSD
  11. TweakTown tests 512GB Octane with 1.13 performance firmware
  12. Tbreak reviews 120GB OCZ RevoDrive 3 SSD

  1. X-bit labs have XFX R7970 Double Dissipation
    and HD 7970 CrossFireX performance review
  2. Hardware Canucks review Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 3GB OC
  3. Benchmark Reviews on Asus VG278H LCD monitor 3D Vision 2 kit
  4. ThinkComputers reviews eChic On-Lap 1301 portable monitor
  5. Engadget's Canon EOS-1D X and Nikon D4 ISO 204,800 shooting hands-on
  6. TechReviewSource reviews Samsung NX 200 camera
  7. Big Bruin reviews Western Digital WD TV Live media player
  8. Hardware Heaven reviews RHA SA-850 and MA-350 headphones
  9. CowcotLand reviews Corsair M60 Vengeance mouse (in French)
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Technic3D reviews 1000W Thortech Thunderbolt PSU (in German)
  2. techPowerUp! reviews 400W Spire BlackDragon PSU
  3. Hardware Secrets reviews 400W Athena Power AP-MFATX40P8 PSU
  4. BCCHardware reviews NZXT Switch 810 case
  5. Funky Kit reviews Thermaltake Overseer RX-I case
  6. PureOC reviews Enermax Fulmo case
  7. Legit Reviews on Swiftech H20-220 Edge HD liquid cooling kit
  8. X-bit labs review Thermaltake Bigwater A80
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