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  1. Gearlog covers Bill Gates keynote at CES 2008
  2. [H] Enthusiast reports that Intel unveils 16 new processors
  3. AMD introduces ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 3000 series
  4. AnandTech and Ars Technica cover CES 2008: Nvidia’s Hybrid SLI
  5. DigiTimes reports that AMD and Nvidia in dual-GPU graphics card war
    and more Nehalem CPUs named; performance
    and mainstream chips targeted for 2Q09
  6. Overclockers Club and Phoronix preview CES 2008
  7. Napster to sell music downloads as unprotected MP3 files starting in spring
  8. msmobiles.com has Windows Mobile 7 screenshots and details
  9. Ars Technica on why Mozilla won’t be going public anytime soon
  10. SuperSite for Windows asks, "Can Microsoft save the Zune?"
  11. [H] Enthusiast has The Witcher gameplay and performance
  12. Shacknews publishes the North American release list
    of video games for the week of 1/6 – 1/12
  13. bit-tech continues how I became a game designer series: part two
  14. Gameconnect has a history of gaming that never was
  15. FileShack and GamersHell have Kane & Lynch: Dead Men demo


  1. CowcotLand reviews Packard Bell EasyNote SW61 laptop (in French)
  2. Björn3D reviews Gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L
  3. TweakTown reviews 2GB PNY XLR8™ PC2-9384 dual channel memory kit
  4. Elite Bastards review Sapphire Radeon HD 3870 Atomic
  5. HEXUS.tv on Sapphire’s Atomic 3870 engineering prepping the way for QuadFire
  6. bit-tech reviews Asus EAH3870 TOP
  7. Dragon Steel Mods review 4GB Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X
  8. Hardware Canucks review 880W Hiper Type-M PSU
  9. Tweaknews reviews Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
  10. 3DXtreme reviews Thermaltake V1 CPU cooler

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