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  1. A Chinese challenge to Intel: a new quad-core CPU
  2. [H] Enthusiast reports Universal Abit to honor warranties
  3. TG Daily reports AMD manufacturing spin-off announcement imminent
  4. ChileHardware has AMD roadmap for Q4 2008 (write-up in Spanish)
  5. X-bit labs report Sony admits Blu-ray is the last laser optical disc format
  6. Fudzilla reports MSI announces watercooled HydroGen GTX 280
  7. DigiTimes reports Intel to ship CE 3100 CPU to Samsung and Toshiba
  8. Dell may compete with iPhone eventually
  9. 15 years in 3D: Ars Technica interviews Nvidia co-founder Chris Malachowsky
  10. ‘Mythbusters’ co-host backpedals on RFID kerfuffle
  11. DVRs save relationships: study
  12. HardwareZone has IFA 2008: the full Coverage
  13. Ars Technica covers PAX 2008
  14. Shacknews shares a rumor: E3 to go public

Software and gaming

  1. Google backtracks on Chrome license terms
  2. Editorial: Why did Google abandon Firefox?
  3. AnandTech and HardwareZone share Google Chrome first impressions
  4. TG Daily on how to crash Chrome. Again and again.
  5. Ars Technica reports new Firefox JavaScript engine is faster than Chrome’s V8
  6. TG Daily reports Firefox 3.1 beta 1 delayed, Alpha 2 now available
  7. Windows Live Messenger translation bot now available
  8. Phoronix releases test suite 1.2
  9. MVKTech releases NiBiTor v4.5a
  10. DirectX 11: sooner than you think
  11. The moment is now: at $199, Xbox 360 invites everyone to play
  12. Shacknews recaps weekly PC gaming sales: the Orange Box reappears
  13. bit-tech previews Shattered Horizon
  14. Ars Technica’s hands-on with StarCraft II
  15. FileShack, GamersHell, and Gametrailers have the latest Battlefield Heroes trailer

Systems, storage, and networking

  1. DriverHeaven reviews CyberPower Gamer Infinity Quad Elite
  2. HardwareOC Austria reviews Core 2 Duo E8600 (in German)
  3. Hardware Canucks review Asus Rampage Extreme
  4. Guru3D reviews Foxconn A7DA-S
  5. SilentPCReview on Zotac NF610i-ITX
  6. TechwareLabs review LiteOn DH-4B1S-08 Blu-ray burner
  7. techPowerUp! reviews 16GB A-Data 350X Turbo Series CFC
  8. TweakTown reviews TRENDnet TEW-624UB 300Mbps wireless N USB 2.0 adapter


  1. Digit-Life continues graphics card + processor series: part 4
  2. [H] Enthusiast reviews AMD Radeon HD 4870 X2
  3. bit-tech reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2
  4. Hard Tecs 4U reviews Asus EN9600GT Matrix (in German)
  5. HardwareZone on Canon’s new Cyber-shot T-Series
  6. XtremeComputing reviews Skullcandy ComTi multimedia headphones
  7. Icrontic’s gaming keyboard roundup: Logitech, OCZ, and Razer
  8. PCMech’s brief Apple (wired) keyboard review
  9. TechSpot on the best gaming mouse: Logitech vs. Razer vs. Microsoft
  10. TheTechLounge reviews SumoSac Sultan luxury ‘beanbag’ chair

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. [H] Enthusiast reviews 1000W Xigmatek NRP-HC1001 power supply
  2. SilentPCReview on PC Power & Cooling Silencer 610
  3. Futurelooks reviews Ecosol Powerstick
  4. TechwareLabs review Tuniq 3 chassis
  5. CowcotLand reviews In Win B2 Stealth Bomber case (in French)
  6. ProClockers review Coolmax HD250 Series 2.5 enclosures
  7. FrostyTech reviews Xigmatek HDT-S1284EE heatsink

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