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  1. DailyTech and TODAYonline report probabilistic chips could revolutionize CPU industry
  2. TG Daily reports Intel’s 8-core CPUs will have 2.3 billion transistors
  3. The Inquirer: 40nm problem revealed
  4. DigiTimes reports Intel cancels IDF Taiwan 2009
  5. ATi-Forum (in German) and Donanim Haber (in Turkish) have AMD’s latest CPU roadmap
  6. X-bit labs report AMD’s yet-not-announced graphics processors listed at company’s website
  7. Earnings preview: Nvidia
  8. In Apple’s footsteps: Google licenses Microsoft ActiveSync
  9. Microsoft to launch cell phone software store: paper
  10. ComputerWorld reports Ballmer, Tucci discuss Microsoft, EMC Cloud Vision
  11. Mozilla chief backs Opera’s browser-bundling complaint against Microsoft
  12. Fudzilla reports new NEC sensor announced for 12MP camera phones
  13. Panasonic opens 3D Blu-ray labs
  14. Video: Microsoft’s new ad stars a 4-year old
  15. TechFlash: Does Ubuntu scare Microsoft?
  16. LHC restart delayed again until September


  1. Catalyst AGP hotfix
  2. Nvidia’s GeForce stereoscopic 3D driver
  3. TestFreaks have Catalyst quick comparison: 8.12 vs. 9.1
  4. MS security bulletin advance notification for February 2009
  5. Windows 7 build 7022 leaked
  6. Anti-Virus solutions for Windows 7 beta
  7. Removing admin rights stymies 92% of Microsoft bugs
  8. DailyTech’s table-tastic comparison of Windows 7 editions
  9. More information about Microsoft My Phone
  10. The XPS Essentials Pack has been updated to support Windows XP Service Pack 3
  11. Painting with a Windows error
  12. The incredible shrinking operating system
  13. ITreviewed on Intuit’s Quicken Home & Business 2009
  14. tkArena pits VLC media player vs GOM player


  1. Shacknews reports Left 4 Dead DLC detailed: Survival mode for 12 maps
  2. PCGH on Fallout 3: New texture mods deliver almost photorealistic graphics
  3. NFS Undercover PC patch now available
  4. YouGamers post the 2009 guide to gaming PC specs
  5. X-bit labs: Contemporary graphics cards in Call of Duty: World at War
  6. TheTechLounge reviews Far Cry 2
  7. PC World on the ten greatest PC games ever

Phenom II processors

  1. Madshrimps report AMD PiFast world record broken
  2. AMDZone, Björn3D, EOC, HardwareZone, Hi Tech Legion, Icrontic,
    Legit Reviews, and Sharky Extreme review Phenom II X4 810 & X3 720

  3. Benchmark Reviews, Neoseeker and X-bit labs review Phenom II X4 810
  4. Benchmark Reviews, Hartware, and Neoseeker review Phenom II X3 720 Black Edition
  5. Hartware’s Phenom II: DDR2 vs. DDR3 (in German)
  6. ITreviewed on Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition

Systems and multimedia

  1. TweakTown reviews Asus Eee 1002HA netbook
  2. XtremeSytems Forums: Asus crippled ICH10 performance on their X58 motherboards
  3. Overclock3D reviews Foxconn Renaissance X58 Digital Life
  4. iXBT Labs review Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition
  5. Hardware Canucks review Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5
  6. CPU3D reviews Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4
  7. PCStats reviews Gigabyte GA-X48-DS5
  8. HardwareLogic reviews 6GB Patriot Viper PC3-12800 memory kit
  9. Ars Technica’s hands-on with Kindle 2: what a difference a screen makes

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. JonnyGuru reviews Cooler Master Silent Pro M600 power supply
  2. Metku reviews Cooler Master Storm Sniper case
  3. Hardware Secrets reviews Thermaltake ElementS (VK6000) case
  4. XtremeComputing reviews Cooler Master HAF 932 case
  5. Big Bruin reviews Lian Li PC-C36 Muse HTPC case
  6. XSReviews on Scythe Kama Bay
  7. Puget Custom Computers on cooling solutions for Intel’s Core i7
  8. Overclockers Club reviews Noctua NH-U12P SE 1366
  9. PureOverclock reviews Cooler Master V10
  10. ProClockers review Thermalright True Copper
  11. TechwareLabs review Thermaltake MaxOrb EX

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