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Tuesday

  1. Ars Technica has stimulus: New Stanford president John L. Hennessy on the $800 billion question
  2. Fudzilla reports May 17th could be Palm Pre launch
  3. Gizmodo reports Zune HD saga takes mildly interesting
    turn
    with retracted artwork, suspect website
  4. Ars Technica shares rumor: Dell to launch Android smartphone in China
  5. InformationWeek reports BlackBerry Storm gets firmware update
  6. Engadget reports Bluetooth 3.0 to use WiFi for high-speed file transfers
  7. TG Daily reports Dolby adds 3D voice to online games
  8. DigiTimes reports Taiwan flash controller IC players benefit from SanDisk ruling
  9. X-bit labs on GlobalFoundries: We have what it takes
    to be a long-term technology and manufacturing leader
  10. Microsoft, Discovery in online advertising deal
  11. ISPreview UK: Broadband usage warnings could cause users to switch ISP
  12. VR-Zone reports JVC introduces 3D monitors in Japan
  13. Electronista reporst Nikon D5000 tipped by Japanese store?
  14. Scientific American on color vision: How our eyes reflect primate evolution

Software and gaming

  1. Symantec: Security holes, malware spike in 2008
  2. Phoronix: Driving Linux-based benchmarking with Sandtorg
  3. HardwareZone’s Firefox extensions guide: Extend your experience
  4. SeaMonkey 1.1.16
  5. Big Download: Departures and additions for PC Gaming Alliance?
  6. Barron’s reports Take-Two shares jump; buyout rumors return
  7. Shacknews reports id Software teases Doom 4 details and E3
    announcements; views itself as multiplatform, not PC first, studio
  8. EA Sports: "Can’t port down to Wii"
  9. P.U.R.E. RC6
  10. Shacknews has Silent Hill: Shattered Memories impressions
  11. Dawn of War II patch 1.2.1 live
  12. Steam has updates for Dawn of War II, Merchants
    of Brooklyn
    , and Harvest: Massive Encouter
  13. Command & Conquer Gold: Project 1.06
  14. History of video games extended edition (video)

Systems, storage, and networking

  1. HotHardware reviews Asus W90Vp 18.4" gaming notebook
  2. Frag the Planet: Lazy man’s power vampire killer
  3. iXBT Labs review Phenom II efficiency and cooler selection
  4. Elite Bastards review Core i7 920 and 940 processors
  5. Hardware Secrets reviews Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3L
  6. Legit Reviews on MSI 790GX-G65
  7. I4U reviews 500GB Hitachi 5K500.B 2.5" hard drive
  8. Tweaknews reviews QNAP TS-439 Pro NAS
  9. TweakTown reviews Air Live WN-300R wireless 11N broadband router

Multimedia

  1. LostCircuits on AMD’s Radeon HD 4890
  2. Overclockers Club reviews Asus ENGTS250
  3. X-bit labs review Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision stereoscopic glasses
  4. X-bit labs review Samsung SyncMaster 2233RZ: 120Hz LCD monitor
  5. Futurelooks reviews IOGear GCS1204 4-port dual-link DVI KVMP switch

Power, casing, and cooling

  1. techPowerUp! reviews Gigabyte Setto 1000 & 470W Odin power supplies
  2. Hardware Secrets reviews 650W GlacialPower GP-AL650AA power supply
  3. [H] Enthusiast reviews Xpressar refrigeration system & Xaser chassis
  4. Rbmods on Hiyatek HY-CF-6288-1 laptop cooler and stand
  5. X-bit labs review Xigmatek Thor’s Hammer Mjolnir
  6. Big Bruin reviews Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro CPU cooler
  7. DeXgo reviews Zalman CNPS9900 LED (in German)
  8. ThinkComputers reviews SilenX iXtrema IXG-80HA2
    noiseless VGA cooler w/ IXG-3F2 fan kit

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