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Friday

  1. Charter confirms new caps
  2. The Inquirer reports Intel slashes SSD prices and Intel will design PlayStation 4 GPU
  3. Yahoo reports Intel to tweak China plans, close Shanghai plant
  4. 4Gamer.net posts Intel CPU core roadmap
  5. Fudzilla reports Nvidia’s GT225, GT220, and GT210 are die shrinks
  6. VR-Zone reports Nvidia to launch nForce 980a SLI chipset in March
  7. TG Daily reports Apple delays 17" MacBook Pro until after Feb. 19
  8. Hitachi delivers high-capactiy storage for digital video and surveillance applications
  9. Study: Seinfeld ads drove negative perceptions of Microsoft
  10. NGOHQ reports Nvidia gets an F by the Better Business Bureau
  11. The ipod Touch can become an iPhone with a Jajah VoIP app
  12. Were NBC’s 3D glasses aimed in the wrong direction?
  13. Website du jour: Microsoft’s Wonderwall beta

Software and gaming

  1. Engineering Windows 7: UAC feedback and follow-up
  2. PCGH on Windows Vista vs. Windows 7: graphics cards benchmarks
  3. Lavalys starts the new year with the release of Everest v5.00
  4. C|Net reports Chrome takes new tack for faster JavaScript
  5. ITreviewed on Skype 4.0 for Windows
  6. Netflix says 1 million Xbox members use movie service
  7. Playing violent video games has risks: study
  8. World Cyber Games ventures into reality show with WCG Ultimate Gamer
  9. A new Street Fighter IV national tournament appears
  10. Battlefield 1943 announced
  11. TF2 official blog: Take your lumps like a man, Private Twinkle Toes
  12. World of Warcraft: Upcoming class changes
  13. MSI brings fun to the Wind netbook with free Q-Face and Windy Zone applications

Hardware

  1. Boot Daily reviews Alienware Area 51 desktop system
  2. InsideHW reviews 1GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-1600 CL9
  3. PCGH: CrossFireX versus quad SLI and 3-way SLI
  4. Tweaknews reviews Sapphire Toxic HD 4870 512MB
  5. TweakTown reviews Asus ENGTX285 TOP
  6. Hardware-Infos conducts a test: Gainward GTX 285 and GTX 295 (in German)
  7. TheTechLounge reviews Zotac GeForce 9500 GT Amp! 512MB
  8. PCStats reviews Samsung Syncmaster 2243BW 22" LCD display
  9. ITreviewed on Eizo ColorEdge CG222W monitor
  10. HardwareZone reviews hp iPAQ voice messenger
  11. PureOverclock reviews 750W / 850W In Win Commander power supply
  12. Overclockers Club reviews Reeven RCCT-0901SP heatsink
  13. Futurelooks reviews NYKO Intercooler TS for the Xbox 360

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