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Ronald Hanaki
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Sunday

  1. MSNBC reports Microsoft pulls Yahoo bid
  2. Crave reports 9X Media launches 30-screen LCD display
  3. Tech ARP has Windows XP SP3 RTM confirmed
  4. Ars Technica’s Jon Stokes reports on Intel: "Web 2.0"-style cloud computing just a passing vapor
  5. NY Times on pursuing the next level of artificial intelligence
  6. Steve Jobs drops to No. 11 on Forbes’ best-paid tech CEOs

Software and gaming

  1. Apple updates Shuffle reset tool for Windows
  2. HardwareZone on living it up with Windows Vista
  3. GameCritics.com on video game piracy and the PC gaming industry
  4. 1UP recounts history of PC game packaging trends
  5. IGN asks, "Will GTA IV come to the PC?"
  6. Team Fortress 2 update released
  7. FiringSquad has a video review of The Simpsons Game (Wii)

Hardware

  1. PCMech has a quick look at Apple’s MacBook Pro
  2. t-break reviews Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX triple SLI
  3. Phoronix compares 4GB SDHC memory cards: OCZ vs. Crucial
  4. Overclockers Online reviews 4GB OCZ Rally2 USB flash drive
  5. Legit Reviews on NZXT Tempest case
  6. FrostyTech reviews Cooler Master Hyper Z600
    and SilenX iXtrema IXC-120HA2 heatsinks

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