Summer Solstice / Go Skateboarding Day Shortbread


— 8:54 AM on June 21, 2010

The Starting Five

  1. DigiTimes reports brand vendors cut ultra-thin notebook prices; halt development of new models
  2. TC Magazine: Core i7-950 said to drop to $294 next month
  3. PCWorld reports Intel's Westmere-EX to include more cores
  4. File-sharing has weakened copyright—and helped society
  5. New Xbox 360 has red dot of death, instead? Not quite

Summer Solstice / Go Skateboarding Day

  1. DigiTimes reports Acer counters Samsung notebook advance by shifting component orders
    and Nokia preparing ARM-based tablet PC for 4Q10, says DigiTimes Research and
    prospects of hybrid HDDs in notebook market: Q&A with Seagate's Teh Ban-seng
    and mid-range to high-end models still mainstream for U.S. and Europe smartphone
    markets, says HTC president
  2. PCWorld reports Toshiba parties with Android 'smartbook,' dual-screen netbook
    and Toshiba's innovative 2-screen Libretto tablet: What you need
  3. TC Magazine reports Asus Eee PC 1201PN Ion 2 netbook shipping in the U.S.
    and Toshiba's AC100 / dynabook AZ Tegra 2-powered 'cloudbook' gets official
  4. Engadget reports Sony Vaio Z gets Core i7 processor, 1920 x 1080 display in the U.S.
    and Nokia 7" or 9" MeeGoo tablet rumored to be running ARM (not Moorestown) in Q4
  5. Fudzilla reports Fusion dual and quad are 32nm
    and 25W Athlon 260u shipping in Europe
  6. TC Magazine reports ViewSonic presents the VG28 series of 'greenish' monitors
  7. DSLReports: Verizon begins LTE user trials in 5 cities
  8. FCC says 802.11n heading for Droid Incredible
  9. Engadget: $149 Wi-Fi-only Nook confirmed, 3G price dropped to $199
    and Best Buy's iPhone launch manual leaked?
  10. DailyTech reports ex-hacker Adrian Lamo tells us the AT&T iPad e-mail leak is overblown
  11. Don Dodge on working at Google - the first 6 months
  12. C|Net: Changing the rules of the Digg game
  13. AnandTech's 13-year anniversary giveaways continue
  14. Win a Synology Disk Station DS410j from Hexus.gaming
  15. Newegg's guerrilla deals for June 21
  16. Dealzon's deals: $100 off 16" Toshiba A505 i5, $212 off 14" Dell Studio 14 i3,
    $45 off 21.5" Asus slim LCD, and $90 off Sony BDP-S360 Blu-ray
Software

  1. TweakTown's Catalyst 10.6 Windows 7 driver analysis
  2. Dell in talks with Google over Chrome OS
  3. SuperSite's Windows 7 feature focus: Hardware support
  4. SuperSite for Windows on Apple iOS 4
  5. Windows Weekly 161: Paul's perihelion (podcast)
  6. TechFlash reports Microsoft debuts latest iPhone app: Windows Live Messenger
Gaming

  1. PCWorld reports OnLive's online, but what about Gaikai?
  2. Fudzilla reports Nintendo 3DS gets 200MHz DMP Pica200
  3. hardCOREware's Nintendo 3DS specs comparison: 3DS vs. PSP vs. iPhone 3GS
  4. VG247's interview - Star Wars: The Old Republic's Daniel Erickson part one and part two
  5. Futurelooks posts the last of its E3 2010 coverage
  6. Shacknews reports Crackdown 2 demo arrives
Systems, storage, and graphics

  1. Hexus.net reviews Shuttle XPC SX58J3
  2. TweakTown reviews 8GB AData Gaming Series PC3-12800 (1600MHz) memory kit
  3. OC3D reviews Crucial C300 SATA 6Gb/s SSD
  4. t-break reviews 640GB Western Digital My Passport Studio
  5. bit-tech reviews Zotac GTX 480 AMP! Edition
  6. Metku reviews Gainward GTX 470 GS GOOD
  7. Expreview's Inno3D iChiLL GeForce GTX 470 review
  8. Guru3D: EVGA GeForce GTX 465 SC gets tested
  9. OCC reviews XFX Radeon HD 5450
Multimedia, casing, and cooling

  1. Android and Me's hands-on with the Motorola Droid 2
  2. VR-Zone's Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini review
  3. LanOC Reviews on Ozone Strato USB headset
  4. Everything USB reviews Ion Tape Express USB cassette archiver
  5. DragonSteelMods on Thermaltake Armor A90 case
  6. ProClockers review Cooler Master HAF X case
  7. [OC]ModShop reviews iStar BPU-2535V2 dual 2.5" to 3.5" enclosure
  8. iGadget Life reviews Grace Digital Eco Extreme rugged all-terrain speaker case
  9. PureOC reviews Zaward Vapor 120 CPU cooler
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