The following list is organized by volume and issue. Hopefully we will be able to expand it over time.

What is here from 2007 to 2013 started with a list Andy Russell had. Peggy Kidwell provided a starting list from 1993 to 2003.

Volume 30 (2008)
Hunter Heyck is department editor as this list begins
30:3 James Levin — A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines
              Reviewed by Keith Smillie
30:3 James Cortada — Digital Hand, Vol 3: How Computers Changed the Work of American Public Sector Industries
              Reviewed by Hunter Heyck
30:4 David A. Mindell — Digital Apollo: Human and Machine in Spaceflight
              Reviewed by David Alan Grier
30:4 Paul Ceruzzi — Internet Alley: High Technology in Tysons Corner, 1945-2005
              Reviewed by Christopher H. Sterling
Volume 31 (2009)
31:1 Christine Hine — Systematics as Cyberscience: Computers, Change, and Continuity in Science
              Reviewed by Joel Hagen
31:1 Peggy Aldrich Kidwell et al. — Tools of American Mathematics Teaching: 1800-2000
              Reviewed by David Alan Grier
31:2 William Aspray and Paul Ceruzzi (eds) — The Internet and American Business
              Reviewed by Greg Downey
31:3 Atsushi Akera — Calculating a Natural World: Scientists, Engineers, and Computers During the Rise of U.S. Cold War Research
              Reviewed by Sam Spence
31:3 George J. Klir (ed) — Memorable Ideas of a Computer School: The Life and Work of Antonín Svoboda
              Reviewed by Alex Bochannek
31:4 Lars Heide — Punched-Card Systems and the Early Information Explosion, 1880-1945
              Reviewed by James Cortada
31:4 Kurt W. Beyer — Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age
              Reviewed by Marie Hicks
Volume 32 (2010)
32:2 Sherry Turkle — Simulation and its Discontents
              Reviewed by Ann Johnson
32:2 John Impagliazzo, Timo Järvi, Petri Paju (eds.) — History of Nordic Computing 2: Second IFIP WG 9.7 Conference
              Reviewed by Thomas Kaiserfield
Volume 33 (2011)
33:1 Paul N. Edwards — A Vast Machine: Computer Models, Climate Data, and the Politics of Global Warming
              Reviewed by Roger Eardley-Pryor
33:1 Paul Wonnacott — The Last Good War
              Reviewed by Keith Smillie
Jeffrey R. Yost and Atsushi Akera become acting department editors
33:2 Nathan Ensmenger — The Computer Boys Take Over: Computers, Programmers, and the Politics of Technical Expertise
              Reviewed by Joe November
33:2 Thomas Misa (ed) — Gender Codes: Why Women Are Leaving Computing
              Reviewed by J. McGrath Cohoon
33:3 Tom Green — Bright Boys
              Reviewed by David Walden
33:3 Christophe Lécuyer and David C. Brock — Makers of the Microchip: A Documentary History of Fairchild Semiconductor
              Reviewed by David Morton
33:4 Charles H. House and Raymond L. Price — The HP Phenomenon: Innovation and Business Transformation
              Reviewed by Jeff Yost
33:4 Charles Care — Technology for Modeling Electrical Analogies, Engineering Practice, and the Development of Analogue Computing
              Reviewed by Mark D. Bowle
Andrew Russell becomes editor
Volume 34 (2012)
34:1 James Gleick — The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood
              Reviewed by Keith Smillie
34:1 William Aspray and Barbara M. Hayes (eds.) — Everyday Information: The Evolution of Information Seeking in America
              Reviewed by Steven Lubar
34:2 Simon Lavington — Moving Targets
              Reviewed by James Sumner
34:2 Mark Priestly — A Science of Operations
              Reviewed by Helena Durnova
34:3 Patrick Crogan — Gameplay Mode: War, Simulation, and Technoculture
              Reviewed by Sean Lawson
34:3 James Cortada — How Societies Embrace Information Technology: Lessons for Management and the Rest of Us
              Reviewed by John Agar
34:4 Ridley Scott (director) — Prometheus [movie]
              Reviewed by Anthony Pennino
34:4 Valerie Schafer — La France en réseaux. Tome I: La rencontre des télécommunications et de l'informatique (1960-1980) [The Networked France, Volume I: The Meeting of Telecommunications and Computing]
              Reviewed by Francesca Musiani
Volume 35 (2013)
35:1 Eden Medina — Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende's Chile
              Reviewed by Ramesh Subramanian
35:1 James Cortada — Doing History: A Guide for Fellow Adventurers
              Reviewed by David Walden
35:1 George Dyson — Turing's Cathedral: The Origin's of a Digital Universe
              Reviewed by Nathan Ensmenger
35:1 Per Lundin — Computers in Swedish Society: Documenting Early Use and Trends
              Reviewed by James Cortada
35:2 Joseph November — Biomedical Computing: Digitizing Life in the United States
              Reviewed by Joanna Radin
35:2 John Harwood — The Interface: IBM and the Transformation of Corporate Design
              Reviewed by Orit Halperns
35:3 Jimmy Maher — The Future Was Here: The Commodore Amiga
              Reviewed by Evan Koblentz
35:3 Janet Abbate — Recoding Gender: Women's Changing Participation in Computing
              Reviewed by Corinna Scholmbs
35:4 Michael Sean Mahoney (Thomas Haigh, ed.) — Histories of Computing
              Reviewed by Jonathan Coopersmith
35:4 Neill Blomkamp (director) — Elysium [movie]
              Reviewed by Anthony Pennino
35:4 Paul E. Ceruzzi — Computing: A Concise History
              Reviewed by Giuditta Parolini
35:4 James W. Cortada — The Digital Flood: The Diffusion of Information Technology Across the U.S., Europe, and Asia
              Reviewed by Benjamin Gross
36:1 Finn Brunton — Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet
              Reviewed by Merav Katz-Kimchi
36:1 Tom Sito — Moving Innovation: A History of Computer Animation
              Reviewed by Sarah A. Bell
36:1 Donald E. Knuth and Edgar G. Daylight — The Essential Knuth
              Reviewed by David Walden
36:1 Peter Naur and Edgar G. Daylight — Pluralism in Software Engineering: Turing Award Winner Pater Naur Explains
              Reviewed by David Walden
36:1 Edgar G. Daylight — The Dawn of Software Engineering: From Turing to Dijkstra
              Reviewed by David Walden
36:2 An essay with 23 references by the "reviewers" — Grounding Digital History in the History of Computing
              Reviewed by William Turkel, Shezan and Mary Beth Start
36:3 Anthony O — The Computer Age in Hong Kong: Dynamic Past, Hesitant Present, What Next?
              Reviewed by Bernardo Betiz-Lazo
36:3 Charles N. Yood — Hybrid Zone: Computers and Science at Argonne National Laboratory, 1946-1992
              Reviewed by Giuditta Parolini
36:3 AMC and HBO — 2014 episodes from television series, Mad Men [AMC], Silicon Valley [HBO], and Half and Catch Fire [AMC]
              Reviewed by Anthony P. Pennino
36:4 Martin Campbell-Kelly, William Aspray, Nathan Ensmenger, and Jeffrey R. Yost — Computer: A History of the Information Machine, 3rd edition
              Reviewed by Joseph November
36:4 Rebecca Slayton — Arguments that Count: Physics, Computing, and Missile Defense, 1949-2012
              Reviewed by Brent Jesick and Natascha Trellinger
36:4 Calude Kaiser et al. — Centre de Calcul Coelacanthe (1963-1970)
              Reviewed by Pierre Mounier-Kuhn
37:1 Thomas J. Misa — The Story of Minnesota's Computing Industry
              Reviewed by David C. Brock
37:1 Raiford Guins — Game After: A Cultural Study of Video Game Afterlife
              Reviewed by Itamar Friedman
37:1 Halem Stevens — Life Out of Sequence: A Data-Driven \History of Bioinformatics
              Reviewed by Giuditta Parolini
37:1 M. Deguerry and R. David — De la logique câblée au calculateur industriel. Une aventure du Laboratoire d'Automatique de Grenoble
              Reviewed by Pierre Mounier-Kuhn