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Wednesday

  1. Apple releases iPhone firmware 1.1.4
  2. DailyTech reports that Sony announces new 80GB PS3 bundle, DualShock 3, Red PSP
  3. DigiTimes reports that AMD launches dual-core Sempron CPUs in China
  4. PC Perspective reports that Intel demonstrates ray tracing on ultra-mobile PCs
  5. Havok offers core physics free for PC game developers
  6. AnandTech on a second shot: Windows Vista SP1
  7. SuperSite for Windows asks, “Microsoft moves to a more open future… or does it?”
  8. tkArena on switching from Microsoft Windows to Ubuntu Linux
  9. Ars Technica in a land of indie games & clever controllers: GDC post-mortem
  10. AnandTech rocks out with Rock Band: 2/19 & 2/26 DLC review
  11. GamersHell has Far Cry 2 tech trailers

Systems, power, case, and cooling

  1. AnandTech has Apple’s new Penryn MacBook Pro: dissected
  2. X-bit labs share madman diaries: Apple MacBook Pro and Microsoft Windows Vista
  3. Computer Shopper and HotHardware review Dell XPS 630 desktop
  4. PCMech’s quick look at Mac mini
  5. Sysopt reviews Corsair TX650W
  6. TheTechLounge reviews SilverStone SG03 SFF case
  7. X-bit labs have VGA coolers roundup: AeroCool Double Power,

    Thermaltake DuOrb, Zalman VF1000 LED, and a few others

Multimedia

  1. FiringSquad reviews Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP
  2. MadShrimps review Galaxy GeForce 9600 GT 512MB OC
  3. PCStats reviews Palit GeForce 9600 GT Sonic 512MB
  4. Techgage reviews Palit GeForce 8800 GT Super+1GB
  5. TweakTown reviews Leadtek WinFast PX8800 GT ZL 512MB
  6. APH Networks review Asus EN8800GTS TOP
  7. Tweaknews reviews Zalman ZM-DS4F headphone
  8. I4U reviews Ziszor handheld paper shredder

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