Friday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Get out your wallet: It is the best time of year to buy a laptop - GeekWire
  2. Benzinga: Sterne Agee downgrades AMD to neutral
  3. Vanity Fair on Microsoft's downfall: Inside the executive
    e-mails and cannibalistic culture that felled a tech giant
  4. Computing: Nokia should fire Elop and the board should go, too - Jean-Louis Gassée
  5. Bloomberg: Amazon said to plan smartphone to view with Apple
  6. Fudzilla: Verizon claims the right to throttle
  7. X-bit labs: Intel may slash Core i3 "Ivy Bridge" pricing to popularize ultrabooks - report
  8. VR-Zone: Blizzard admits Diablo III does not have enough for "long-term sustainability"


  1. WSJ: Seagate Technology cuts 4th-quarter revenue, margin view
  2. Bloomberg: Foxconn International to name Chih CEO after Cheng quits
  3. Fudzilla: Corsair launches Force GS SSDs
  4. techPowerUp: AMD readies Radeon HD 7950 GHz edition
  5. Newegg's spotlight specials on monitors
  6. Dealzon's deals: $280 coupon for 15.6" Lenovo G570 i5-2450M / Blu-ray, $310 coupon
    for 14" Lenovo Y470p i7-2670QM / Radeon HD 7690, $100 coupon for 14" hp Envy 4t
    i3-2367M, and $100 off 14" Acer Aspire i3-2370M

  1. BBC News: Samsung profits surge 79% boosted by smartphone sales
  2. ABC News: Google confirms Galaxy Nexus sales
    stopped in Apple-Samsung case, fix coming next week
  3. BBC News: HTC defeats Apple in swipe-to-unlock patent (thanks MadManOriginal)
  4. CENS: Qualcomm contracts UMC as second 28nm process supplier
  5. DigiTimes: Competition of quad-core smartphones to heat up in 4Q12, say sources
  6. AppleInsider: 'iPad mini' predicted to use same display tech as Apple's iPhone 3GS
  7. TechSpot reviews Google Nexus 7
  8. KitGuru's Samsung Galaxy S III in-depth review
  9. HTL's Patriot PBO Alpine Android 2.2 media player review
  10. PCPer's hands-on with VLC Beta for Android
Software and gaming

  1. Infosecurity: Windows 8 has larger attack surface than Windows 7, researcher warns
  2. Betanews: CCleaner for Mac 1.04.148 supports OS X Mountain Lion
  3. VR-Zone: Is a thinner Sony PS3 on the way?
  4. VG24/7: id Software hasn't "forgotten about" Rage, says Willits
  5. The Battlefield Blog: "Matches" feature coming to Battlefield 3
Systems and storage

  1. TechReviewSource on Lenovo IdeaPad U310
  2. PC Perspective on AMD, Vishera & beyond
  3. ocaholic: AMD FX-8150 vs. Core i7-3770K gaming performance with HD 7970
  4. TweakTown reviews MSI Z77A-GD80
  5. X-bit labs revivew MSI Z77A-GD65
  6. ocaholic reviews Asus Maximus V Extreme
  7. HotHardware reviews 30GB Corsair Accelerator
  8. techPowerUp! reviews Synology DS412+

  1. X-bit labs review Zotac GTX 680 AMP!
  2. Hardware Canucks reviews Asus GTX 670 DirectCu II TOP
  3. OCC reviews Sapphire HD 7950 FleX Dual-X Edition 3GB
  4. NikKTech reviews Audyssey Lower East Side Media speaker system
  5. NinjaLane reviews Cooler Master Storm Sonuz headset
  6. Benchmark Reviews on Genius Imperator Pro keyboard
  7. TweakTown reviews Genius GX Gaming DeathTaker MMO / RTS mouse
  8. Neoseeker's CM Storm Sentinel Advance II & CM Storm Speed-RXL review
  9. Techgage reviews CM Storm Sentinel Advance II mouse
  10. PureOC reviews Phobya WaCoolIT bench table
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. CowcotLand reviews 1200W FSP Aurum Pro PSU (in French)
  2. Hardware Secrets reviews 430W Seasonic S12II Bronze PSU
  3. ThinkComputers reviews Akitio Taurus Mini Super-S LCM RAID enclosure
  4. Legit Reviews on Phanteks PH-TC14CS C-type CPU cooler
  5. Technic3D reviews Xigmatek Gaia CPU cooler (in German)
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