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The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 13 December 2010

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Here’s to wrap up today’s news: GIGABYTE’s GA-H55N-USB3 mainboard gets reviewed; VIA claims that widespread Light Peak adoption is unlikely to happen; LG Unveils E90 Ultra-slim LED Monitor; Google reveals its ambitious for Chrome OS, 3DMark 11 Advanced Edition gets reviewed; EA leaks information about Mass Effect 3, and Asia finally gets the offline version of Final Fantasy XIII for the Xbox 360.

Hardware news:

GIGABYTE GA-H55N-USB3 Review: 4-cores & More

ProlimaTech Armageddon CPU HSF Review at Overclockers Online

Lian Li PC-V1020R Full Tower Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

Cremax Icy Dock MB668U3-1SB USB 3.0 review

Corsair A50 CPU Cooler Review @ Tweaknews

Arctic Power Charger Plus review

Widespread Light Peak Adoption Unlikely: VIA Labs

AMD to Revolutionize Netbooks with New APUs

 
Consumer electronics and software news:

LG Unveils E90 Ultra-slim LED Monitor

It’s Official: Google is Planning For World Domination With Chrome OS

Mac App Store For OS X Gets A Competitor In The Form Of Cydia

3DMark 11 Advanced Edition  @ TestFreaks

How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Android App @ TestFreaks

Casio debuts new solar-powered watches at Eco Product 2010

Google Latitude Now Available For Download In iTunes App Store

Google hides mathematical puzzle in Cr-48 video, rewards its solver with a laptop

 
Gaming news:

Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim coming next November, first trailer released

Mass Effect 3 Leaked by EA Store Listing

Final Fantasy IV Compilation Set For PSP

Asia finally gets the Xbox 360 version of Square’s last offline Final Fantasy epic

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