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Saturday

  1. DailyTech reports that Comcast messes with file-sharing traffic
  2. Google Q3 profit soars 46 percent
  3. AMDZone posts AMD Q3 2007 earnings conference call notes
  4. HEXUS.tv interviews Lucinda Barlow, Symbian’s VP for Market Communications
  5. Phoronix has Ubuntu 7.10 + WINE vs. Windows XP comparison
  6. PC Mechanic on tips and tricks with Google Maps
    and giving Windows XP that Vista feeling
  7. nV News reviews Uniblue PowerSuite

Gaming

  1. Shacknews weighs in on HD DVD Xbox 360 rumors
  2. TweakGuides has Unreal Tournament 3 tweak guide
  3. bit-tech’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare hands on preview
  4. HEXUS reviews The Orange Box
  5. GamingHeaven reviews Stranglehold (PC)

Systems and networking

  1. PCMasters review Commodore XS gaming PC (in German)
  2. HardwareZone reviews Gigabyte GA-X38T-DQ6
  3. t-break reviews DFI Blood Iron P35
  4. PCStats reviews Foxconn A690GM2MA-RS2H and Biostar TP35D2-A7
  5. Björn3D reviews Asus P5K3 Deluxe WiFi-AP
  6. SysOpt reviews 1.0TB Iomega® StorCenter™ network hard drive
  7. techPowerUp! reviews AirLive Skyphone-1000

Multimedia, power, cases, and cooling

  1. HotHardware reviews Asus PG221 22" widescreen LCD monitor
  2. APH Networks review Logitech® VX Nano cordless laser mouse for notebooks
  3. bit-tech’s assorted roundup of small products pt. 10 (mouse pad & flash drives)
  4. Hardware Canucks review Antec NeoPower™ 650 Blue PSU
  5. 3dGameMan reviews Antec Sonata Designer 500 case
  6. Legit Reviews on AeroCool AE-Plus case
  7. HardwareLogic reviews Hiper Anubis case
  8. Motherboards.org reviews Cooler Master CM Sphere copper heatsink

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