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  1. DigiTimes reports Asus preps launch of Ultimate and Pro fashion Eee PCs;
    prices to hit $700 or more
  2. TG Daily reports Intel to lose its lead in chip manufacturing tech in 2009, sort of
  3. Engadget reports AT&T tells the FCC it’ll cut off wireless P2P users
  4. Hardware-Infos on Nvidia: BIOS update instead of recall? (write-up in German)
  5. Fudzilla reports AMD working on a DirectX 11 card
  6. TweakTown reports more layoffs at Abit
  7. Intel’s Barrett sees no slowdown in world PC market
  8. DailyTech on Apple iPhone 3G: all cracked up
    and Hitachi’s unveiling of new CinemaStar hard drives
  9. Rumor: MacBook updates to include glass trackpad, other goodies
  10. PC Perspective reports Nvidia and AMD price fixing lawsuit gets legal backhand
  11. nV News discussion of Nvidia GeForce 8000 / 9000 series performance issues under Linux
  12. TweakTown’s guide to buying Blu-rays from overseas
  13. MadPenguin’s how-to: configure wireless Internet in Linux
  14. [OC]ModShop on broadband: researching the best plan
  15. Dan’s Data atomic I/O letters #84
  16. Win an Asus GeForce 9800 GTX+ from DriverHeaven

Software and gaming

  1. TG Daily: Firefox market share exceeds 20%, Internet Explorer dips below 70%
  2. InformationWeek: inside the OSCON 2008 open source conference
  3. Creative’s new Sound Blaster X-Fi driver 2.18.0004
  4. VMware Fusion 2 beta 2
  5. Apple iTunes 7.7.1
  6. Ars Technica reviews Firefox 3.1 Alpha 1
  7. SuperSite for Windows on Windows LiveMeeting
  8. Row over video games ratings plan
  9. Shacknews—AIAS president: ‘game reviewers are lazy
  10. Picture of the new Xbox 360 Opus mainboard
  11. Ars Technica on being a better gamer
  12. Shacknews on losing faith: Nintendo’s ignorance of the hardcore
  13. Team Fortress 2 update released (7/29)
  14. GamersHell has Sony PS3 2.42 firmware update

Systems and storage

  1. HotHardware’s video spotlight: Dell’s XPS M1730 gaming notebook
  2. CPU3D reviews YoYoTech Intel Nova XT gaming system
  3. Overclock3D reviews YoYoTech Intel Spartan 300 gaming system
  4. Digit-Life on low-end single / dual-core CPUs: leisurely computing
  5. AnandTech reviews Foxconn Black Ops – raw, unadulterated power
  6. Legit Reviews on Gigabyte GA-X48-DS5
  7. Benchmark Reviews on 4GB Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR2-800 dual channel kit
  8. Computer Shopper reviews 64GB OCZ Core Series SATA II SSD
  9. TheTechLounge reviews Eye-Fi wireless SD card


  1. Björn3D reviews HIS Radeon HD 4870 512MB
  2. TweakTown reviews Palit GeForce 9800 GT Sonic 512MB
  3. HEXUS.net previews BFG Tech GeForce 9800 GT
  4. Hardware Secrets on how to use the SPDIF output from Sound Blaster
    X-Fi sound cards and Razer Piranha gaming headset review
  5. SysOpt reviews Logitech V450 Nano notebook mouse
  6. Digital Trends reviews Sidekick LX cell phone
  7. I4U reviews Griffin Wave for iPhone case

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews 1500W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
  2. Big Bruin reviews 800W OCZ EliteXStream PSU
  3. techPowerUp! reviews SilverStone Commander CMD01 ESA system monitor
  4. bit-tech’s mod of the month – July 2008
  5. CowcotLand reviews iX2 Invasion case
  6. DragonSteelMods on NZXT Tempest case
  7. Overclockers Club reviews Eagle Consus external hard drive enclosure
  8. HardwareLogic reviews iStarUSA T5F-SS mobile rack
  9. DriverHeaven reviews Xthermal BTF Series fans
  10. ThinkComputers reviews Thermaltake DuOrb CPU cooler

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