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Friday

  1. Reg Hardware reports that AMD lets Puma release date out of the bag
  2. TechConnect reports that Nvidia GeForce 9800 X2 turns up in stores
  3. DigiTimes reports that Intel to add another IGP chipset for Centrino 2
  4. Ars Technica’s mano a mano: Apple TV vs. the Xbox 360
  5. HardwareZone’s IT Show 2008 complete coverage part 1 and part 2
  6. AnandTech, DriverHeaven, and Overclockers Club continue CeBIT 2008 coverage
  7. CPU3D’s CeBIT 2008 coverage: day 1 and day 2

Software and gaming

  1. DailyTech reports that Apple launches iPhone SDK, iPhone 2.0 update coming in June
  2. hardCOREware does Windows Vista SP1 performance test
  3. Gamasutra on Microsoft Excel: revolutionary 3D graphics/game engine?
  4. PCMech asks, “How long should you hold out with Windows XP?”
  5. TechConnect has Nvidia ForceWare 169.44 beta
  6. Shacknews has Super Smash Bros. hands-on impressions
  7. NGOHQ’s name the game contest II

Systems

  1. AnandTech has more details on Intel’s Atom
  2. ASE Labs on the Intel DX38BT Dilemma
  3. TechSpot reviews Asus P5E3 Premium WiFi
  4. ProClockers review Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS4
  5. Virtual-Hideout reviews 2GB Patriot Viper PC2-6400XLK memory kit
  6. HotHardware reviews 1TB Seagate Barracuda ES.2

Graphics, case, and cooling

  1. Overclockers Club reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 3850 Ultimate
  2. HardwareZone reviews Asus EN8800GS TOP 384MB
  3. Hard Tecs 4U reviews Gigabyte GV-NX88T512HP TurboForce (in German)
  4. bit-tech reviews Hyundai W241D 24″ widescreen monitor
  5. Björn3D reviews Cooler Master Cosmos S case
  6. TweakTown tests OCZ Cryo-Z phase change cooler
  7. Hardware Canucks review Coolink Silentator CPU cooler

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