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  1. U.S. District Court for Northern California stays Rambus case against memory manufacturers
  2. U.S. indicts former execs in LCD price-fixing scheme
  3. Trading Markets reports AMD submits plan for $4.6B fab: Malta receives
    paperwork proposing June 16 concrete-pour (thanks UberGerbil)
  4. [H]ard|OCP posts Intel 1H 2009 roadmap
  5. Macworld reports Apple faces two more iPhone 3G speed lawsuits
  6. Ars Technica: Apple patents hint at Mac tablet
  7. Electronic Arts sees loss as it delays games
  8. Gartner Group: Seven years needed for mass cloud computing acceptance
  9. Fudzilla reports Blu-ray players likely to hit $150 this year
  10. Gizmodo reports Steve Jobs bullied record execs into iTunes deal on Christmas Eve
  11. VR-Zone reports 3-year old G71M notebook GPU gets a new refresh
  12. GSMArena: Samsung S5050 and B5702 plus seven more handsets leak earlier
  13. Digital Trends counts down the 10 best MP3 and portable media players

Software and gaming

  1. Windows 7 lineup offers clear choice for consumers and businesses (official Microsoft PR)
  2. Windows 7 wins on netbook PCs
  3. FiringSquad on the best and worst of Windows 7
  4. Motorola: Windows Mobile 7 will arrive in 2010
  5. Google quietly declares email war on Yahoo
  6. DailyTech reports Sun releases 64-bit Java plug-in
  7. Memtest86 version 3.5 released
  8. Technibble’s computer repair utility kit v2
  9. tkArena on Gigatribe: securely share files and folders
  10. DailyTech reports Sony’s PlayStation 3 goal for 2009 is to "make money"
  11. EA announces new ship date for The Sims 3
  12. Shacknews has Dawn of War 2 interview: Relic on expanding
    the RTS genre, killing the fear factor, and Homeworld 3
  13. Arm3D’s exclusive: Cardiff Gaming Society
  14. Overclockers Club has Mirror’s Edge game testing


  1. HardwareZone reviews Nvidia’s Ion platform
  2. ITreviewed on Dell XPS One 24 desktop PC
  3. InsideHW reviews Acer Extensa 5630G notebook
  4. XtremeSystems Forums: OCed Core i7 975 breaks 47K in 3DMark05
  5. PureOverclock reviews 3GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-2000 triple channel kit
  6. Digital Trends reviews Linksys NMH305 media hub
  7. Technic3D reviews Zotac GeForce GTX 285 Amp! (in German)
  8. ITreviewed on Western Digital TV HD media player
  9. Digital Trends reviews Linksys Multiroom home audio system
  10. Futurelooks reviews Microsoft SideWinder X6 keyboard
  11. techPowerUp! reviews Upek Eikon & Eikon to Go fingerprint readers
  12. PCShopTalk reviews Thermaltake Armor LCS case
  13. XSReviews compares NZXT Cryo LX vs. Vizo miniNinja 2

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