Wednesday Shortbread

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  1. Dell: We're no longer a PC company - PC Pro
  2. Google's Schmidt: If Google gets it right, there will be an Android in every pocket
  3. Steve 2.0: Windows chief poised to become Ballmer's heir-apparent - DailyTech
  4. Fudzilla: Dell testing ARM chips
  5. All About Microsoft on Windows 8 Consumer Preview: What should testers expect?
  6. Fudzilla reports Epic Games to be at GDC
  7. Joystiq: Origin auto-adds EA games bought through Steam


  1. Computerworld: Intel sells flash factories to Micron for $600M
    and IBM touts quantum computing breakthrough
  2. RSA Conference: Symantec inaugurates O3 cloud-based single sign-on service
  3. Verizon CTO: Shared data plans coming mid-year - TechCrunch
  4. webOS Nation: hp cutting webOS staffing by half,
    engineering employees on the way out (thanks dpaus)
  5. AnandTech: Broadcom announces new combo chips -
    BCM4334, BCM43241, shows 802.11ac once more
  6. Fudzilla reports Sapphire brings back Ultimate with HD 7750
  7. DailyTech reports Sony outs four new Cyber-shot digital cameras
  8. Newegg's Leap Day sale
  9. Dealzon's deals: $200 off 14” Toshiba P740 Core i5-2450M / 8GB RAM,
    $59 off 14” Dell Inspiron 14R i3-2330M, $150 coupon 23” Dell Inspiron
    One 2305 AMD Athlon II PC, and $23 coupon for Lenovo N3902A
    wireless mouse

  1. DailyTech: AT&T announces worldwide mobile broadband platform via single SIM
  2. AnandTech: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 revealed at MWC
  3. Fudzilla: Huawei comes up with quad-core MediaPad 10 FHD
    tablet and Corning Gorilla Glass 2 now shipping to partners
  4. Engadget: '4G' Sony Tablet P coming to AT&T on March 4th for $400 and
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 hitting Verizon on March 1st for $500 on contract &
    Samsung pairs Qualcomm & ARM DRM to get HD content on Galaxy Note Media Hub
    and Radio Shack drops iPad 2 prices $20-50, swears it has nothing to do with the iPad 3
  5. Engadget's T-Mobile HTC One S and Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G hands-ons
  6. Computerworld: Quad-core smartphones could have price, battery issues
    and Google exec hints of Android 5.0 release this fall
  7. Opera Payment Exchange brings mobile payments to the 99%
Software and gaming

  1. Windows 8 launch in fourth quarter 2012, ARM in second quarter 2013?
  2. Computerworld reports new Mac malware exploits Java bugs, steals passwords
  3. Ars Technica: Google offers $1 million reward to hackers who exploit Chrome
  4. Fudzilla reports Congatec moves to OpenCL
  5. Bethesda: 'Doom 4 isn't cancelled' - Joystiq
  6. Fudzilla reports Panzer Dragon sequel is coming

  1. Guru3D rig of the month - February 2012
  2. Hardware Canucks review ASRock X79 Extreme9
  3. Technic3D reviews 240GB AData S511 SSD (in German)
  4. Legit Reviews on Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 3GB OC Edition
  5. AnandTech on Dell U2412M - 16:10 IPS without breaking the bank
  6. Everything USB's Targus USB 3.0 dual-head video adapter review
  7. techPowerUp! reviews QPAD MK-50 keyboard
  8. TweakTown reviews SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition mouse
  9. KitGuru reviews Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced case
  10. NinjaLane reviews SilenX EFZ-120HA5 heatsink
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