Monday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Linux 3.5 released
  2. Windows 8 RTM on the way
  3. X-bit labs: Thunderbolt interface to boost speed to 20Gb/s - report and
    Toshiba does not expect SSDs to become commodity in short-term
  4. HDDs still dominate in notebook market, IHS says
  5. Engadget: Canon unveils EOS M mirrorless
  6. ZDNet: Nexus 7 sees "incredible demand," sells out at major retailers
  7. DigiTimes: Pegatron starts production of new version of iPhone, say sources
  8. VR-Zone on mobile Ivy Bridge HD 4000 and
    Trinity A10—Can they handle CS:GO on the go?


  1. X-bit labs: TSMC confirms plans to start low-volume 20nm manufacturing next year
  2. FanlessTech on a silent Sandy Bridge-E
  3. Wired: DARPA funds hack machine you'd never notice
  4. Dealzon's deals: $150 coupon 15.6" hp Envy 15 i5-3210M, $150 coupon
    for 14" hp Envy 14 Spectre i5-3317U / 128GB SSD, $50 coupon for
    Alienware X51 i7-3770 PC, and $40 off 120GB OCZ Vertex Plus R2 SSD

  1. BGR: Samsung set to take the first step toward flexible smartphones this year
  2. Neowin: Nokia Lumia debut better than iPhone's launch
  3. CrackBerry: RIM quietly adds Siri-like functionality
    in latest Blackberry 10 Dev Alpha update
  4. VR-Zone: Is "LUDO G10" Archos' next 1080p budget tablet?
  5. Tbreak's Simmtronics Xpad review
Software and gaming

  1. Neowin: Could lower Windows sales be a good thing?
  2. Switched On: An Office outside the Metro
  3. VR-Zone: Wasteland 2 early phase screenshot
  4. Forbes: Startup Jumpshot turns PC security into a
    , awarding karma points for malware removal
  5. KitGuru's Spec Ops: The Line review (PS3)
  6. Techgage's Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD review (Xbox 360)

  1. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - CPU adjacent sector prefetch
  2. The SSD Review on 240GB Mushkin Atlas mSATA SSD
  3. Tech ARP's Kingston MobileLite G3 USB 3.0 card reader review
  4. NikKTech's TP-LINK TL-SF1008P 8-port
    10/100Mbps desktop PoE switch review
  5. Hi Tech Legion's CM Storm Sonuz headset review
  6. reviews 750W In Win GreenMe PSU
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