National Homebrew Day Shortbread

— 3:37 PM on May 1, 2010

National Homebrew Day

  1. PCWorld reports Asus sees netbooks keeping lead over iPad-like devices
  2. Engadget reports Intel to launch Core i5 ULV processor in June, MSI X Series to snatch it up
  3. Fudzilla: Low voltage Core i7-660LV in Q4 2010
  4. DSLReports: People start to realize the broadband plan has a broadband tax
  5. NYT: Chinese rules said to threaten proprietary information
  6. Ars Technica reports AT&T wants 3 strikes tribunal, government website blacklist
  7. Fudzilla reports Navy cryptographer involved in Gizmodo iPhone sale
  8. Ars Technica reports Apple combines touch, laser etching for "disappearing" input
  9. TUAW reports Skype calls not allowed over iPad 3G connections
  10. The Inquirer reports JooJoo 3G tablet will appear within 3 months
  11. hp to develop webOS for IT services and tablet PCs, says Acer chairman and DigiTimes analysts
  12. Engadget reports MacBook Pro knockoff rocks Ion 2
  13. Sharky Extreme on weekly CPU prices
  14. AnandTech on Big Bang-XPower: A new MSI motherboard announced
  15. Fudzilla reports Atom 2011 uses the same, NM10 chipset
  16. Nvidia wants new 8800 GT effect with GTX 460
  17. Ars Technica on net neutrality: Would it have killed the iPhone?
  18. VR-Zone reports Antec launches new laptop / netbook coolers
  19. DSLReports on best, worst hotel Wi-Fi
  20. Ars Technica reports ActiveSync, SSL coming to Hotmail
  21. DailyTech cites report: Facebook CEO doesn't care about privacy
  22. Technology Review: What's in a tweet?
  23. Ars Technica on tackling science education's jargon problem
  24. MSNBC reports scientist find water ice on asteroid's surface
  25. 'Avatar' director pitching in on 3-D cameras for Mars
  26. Newegg's Saturday shell shocker

  1. Ars Technica on HTML5 video in Internet Explorer 9: H.264 and H.264 alone
  2. DailyTech reports Microsoft teams up with Apple, dissing Adobe, and praising HTML 5
  3. The Last Mile: Pilot and deploy Windows 7 (Springboard Series virtual roundtable)
  4. Phoronix reports Ubuntu 10.04 hit by major bug; ISOs now being re-spun
  5. PCWorld reports PDF exploits explode, continue climb in 2010
  6. SuperSite's Office 2010 review, part 2: Office suites and applications
  7. C|Net: Patent challenge looming for open-source codecs?
  8. Ars Technica reports Google reportedly preparing to intro TV software next month
  9. Engadget reports Adobe CTO says Flash 10.1 for Android in June—will Froyo follow suit?
  10. AMD OverDrive 3.2.1
  11. Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware v1.46
  12. Opera 10.53 released
  13. AIM 7.3 beta 2
  14. DRM-Removal 4.0.1
  15. x264 video codec rev. 1570
  16. TUAW reports Apple releases Aperture 3.0.3 update
  17. Twitter for Android: Robots like to share, too

  1. Gamasutra reports IGDA condemns 'oppressive censorship' of California game law
    and analysis: How does the Infinity Ward fiasco affect Call of Duty?
  2. Ars Technica reports new Call of Duty called Black Ops: Single, multi, co-op play
  3. Shacknews reports Call of Duty: Black Ops debut trailer arrives
    and Mechwarrior 4 released for free by community
  4. Quake Live beta updated, invite your friends now
  5. Shacknews reports 119th Team Fortress 2 update celebrated
    with medals; Valve statues, life-size props announced
    and APB payment model, release date, pre-order bonuses revealed
  6. First game add-on for "Alan Wake" included with all new purchases
  7. Shacknews on video games to be released next week
  8. PCGH has Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter - GPU benchmark
    and Just Cause 2 maxed out visual quality
  9. Ars Technica reviews NIER
  10. Stella multi-platform Atari 2600 VCS emulator 3.1.1
  11. Shacknews has Weekend Confirmed episode 6 (podcast)
  12. Quake level name generator (parody)
  13. Big Download reports another Stargate Resistance free play weekend starts Saturday
  14. BioShock 2 vid-cap contest
  15. Steam's weekend deal - 75% off Codemasters Racing Pack

  1. Puget Custom Computers on best practices for computer performance and safety
  2. VR-Zone Forums has SATA 6G / USB 3.0 gaming platform frames / $$ analysis
  3. VR-Zone's storage device showdown: Kingston SSDNow V Series review
  4. Engadget's Sony Dash review
  5. Ars Technica has Microsoft Courier postmortem
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