Monday Shortbread

The Pick 6

  1. Forbes: Why did Intel's Paul Otellini step down?
  2. Fudzilla: Intel claims to have sold a billion SoCs
  3. TechCrunch: Apple reportedly changes battery suppliers as Samsung walks
  4. High-energy physicists smash records for network data transfer
  5. WMPoweruser shares rumor: Windows Phone 7.8 to be released on Wednesday
  6. Maximum PC: Chrome OS gets multi-monitor support


  1. VR-Zone: Un-hackable telecommunications networks soon to be the norm
  2. Fudzilla: GlobalFoundries sales pick up
  3. Rbmods cover Dreamhack Winter 2012
  4. NinjaLane's podcast
  5. Dealzon's deals: $150 off 15.6" Dell Inspiron 15 i5-3210M, $100 off
    11.6" Apple MacBook Air i5-3317U / 64GB SSD, $164 coupon for 20"
    Lenovo C340 i5-3330S PC, and $25 off Google Asus Nexus 7 tablet

  1. Eurogamer's Google Nexus 4 review
  2. Tbreak's quick look: Prestigio Multiphone 4040 Duo
  3. Business Insider: Is it time to conclude that Android gadgets are
    bought by people who don't actually do anything with them?
Software and gaming

  1. Techgage on getting more from Windows
  2. TweakTown's Hitman: Absolution review (Xbox 360)

  1. Legit Reviews has Intel NUC DC3217BY review w/ Windows 8
  2. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - DQS training control
  3. Hardware Canucks review 4TB Western Digital RE HDD
  4. TechSpot's Nvidia vs. AMD current-gen graphics cards comparison
  5. Benchmark Reviews on JVC HA-NC250 headphones
  6. HTL reviews AZiO Levetron Clicker keyboard
  7. Technic3D reviews Gigabyte Osmium keyboard (in German)
  8. HT4U reviews Cooler Master CM Storm Recon mouse (in German)
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