National Scotch Day Shortbread


— 4:39 AM on July 27, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica's Hannibal says there will be blood: Why Apple and Intel are destined to clash
  2. Engadget reports Rambus victorious in patent fight with Nvidia,
    can expect neat wad of cash for its troubles
  3. Ars Technica reports Apple loses big in DRM ruling: Jailbreaks are "fair use"
  4. Engadget: Did the Fifth Circuit just make breaking DRM legal? Not quite.
  5. Ars Technica reports Khronos Group releases OpenGL 4.1, claims to leapfrog Direct3D 11
  6. Shacknews reports Blizzard preps StarCraft II players
    with campaign and Battle.net 2.0 overview trailers
  7. Ars Technica: Exploring StarCraft II Collector's Edition in pictures
  8. Gameplanet shares StarCraft II - first impressions... (video)

National Scotch Day

  1. The Register reports SanDisk CEO to ride off into the sunset
  2. DigiTimes reports AData suffers loss in 2Q10
  3. MacDailyNews reports TiVo spikes on rumors of deal with Apple on new Apple TV
  4. TC Magazine reports Ask.com refocusing on Q&A model, starts testing out new site
  5. C|Net reports EU launches antitrust probes of IBM
  6. DailyTech reports WTO report finds EU wrong for imposing duties on some imported electronics
  7. The Register reports Cray ships massively parallel XE6
    and Peer 1 launches GPU compete cloud
  8. The Inquirer reports Dell decides to sell Linux boxes over the phone
  9. Engadget reports Augen's $150 Android tablet hits
    Kmart circular, coming to stores later this week
  10. Fudzilla reports dual-core Ontario with graphics needs 18W
    and Athlon II X2 220, Phenom 1035T shipping in EU
    and JEDEC announces power-efficient DDR3L spec
  11. TC Magazine reports Toshiba reveals two new 2.5" hard drive series
  12. Expreview reports AData N909 flash drive equipped with eSATA for super speeds
  13. VR-Zone reports Active Media Products releases IDE Flash Disk on Module (DOM) line
  14. Fudzilla reports Nvidia GF104 has 384 shaders
  15. Engadget reports UCSD researchers repurpose 3D HDTV for heads-up VR system
  16. VR-Zone reports Thermaltake announces Massive23 LX notebook cooler
  17. Ars Technica on navigating the Wild West of non-peer-reviewed science
  18. DailyTech reports Porsche unleashes electric Boxster sports cars on test track
  19. The great Aussie case mod competition for the benefit of the Deaf Children Australia
    (open to residents of Australia or one of its territories)
  20. Dealzon's deals: $205 off 14” hp dm4t i5, $300 off 14” Lenovo G455,
    $120 off 15.6” Acer i5, and $40 off Logitech Harmony 520
  21. Newegg's late afternoon shell shocker
Mobile news

  1. PCMag.com on Apple's Droid X 'death grip' claim: Bogus
  2. NPR: UAE says BlackBerry is potential security threat
  3. Verizon: No plan for wireless tiered pricing (yet)
  4. C|Net reports AT&T expands free Wi-Fi hot zone trial
  5. Engadget reports AT&T deploying software fix for slow upload speeds over next few weeks
    and iPhone 4 for Canada gets unlocked price: freedom is far from free and
    Acer's Android-powered Stream confirmed for Expansys-exclusive August 9th launch
  6. DailyTech reports HTC to use Super LCD in place of AMOLED
  7. DSLReports: Users getting around AT&T's crippled Androids
  8. Ars Technica reports "Qi" wireless power standard promises cord-free charging
Software

  1. Rage3D's Catalyst 10.7 driver investigation
  2. Sysadmin Geek: How to resize a Microsoft virtual hard drive (VHD) file
  3. Linux Compatible reports openSUSE 11.0 has reached end of life
  4. Phoronix on running ZFS with CAM-based ATA on FreeBSD 8.1
  5. Computing on Demand: The system administrator has set policies to prevent this installation
  6. Technology Review on new programming languages, and why we need them
  7. Google Chrome 5.0.375.125 released (featuring security fixes)
  8. Google Chrome Canary build
  9. TC Magazine reports Google Maps for Android added Places icon
  10. Neowin reports Office 2011 for Mac beta invites sent out
  11. CCleaner 2.34.1200
  12. CDBurnerXP 4.3.6.2284
  13. Win a Lord of the Rings Online beta key from Elite Bastards
Gaming

  1. Yahoo! News: How your game console could testify for (or against) you
  2. Digital Trends pits PlayStation Move vs. Microsoft Kinect
  3. Kotaku reports Valve bans Moder Warfare players by mistake, apologizes with free Left 4 Dead 2
  4. Lack of anti-aliasing (AA) options for StarCraft II:
    Hardware Canucks have AMD's official response
  5. PC Perspective comments on AMD's stance with regard to AA on StarCraft II
  6. ATi-Forum has StarCraft II special - first screenshots (in German)
  7. KitGuru covers StarCraft II launch event - London
  8. Big Download reports BioWare to help Maxis on Darkspore [updated]
  9. IncGamers report Warhammer 40K: Space Marine confirmed for PC
  10. VG247 reports new Grid, Operation Flashpoint coming from Codemasters
  11. Shacknews reports DC Universe Online gets release date, subscription details, CGI trailer
  12. Eurogamer reports new Street Fighter III game announced
  13. Gamasutra's analysis: Is the game industry a happy place?
  14. Hooked Gamers have 9 reasons why PC gamers are more hardcore
  15. Find a LAN party with Google Maps
  16. Alien Swarm and CS: Source updates released on Steam
  17. Gaming Heaven tries out World of Warcraft: Cataclysm
  18. Ars Technica reviews Hydro Thunder Hurricane
  19. Bona Fide Reviews on The Last Airbender (Wii)
  20. Kane & Lynch 2 - 10% off pre-purchase deal
Systems and storage

  1. PC Perspective reviews Asus N61Jv Optimus Core i3 16" notebook
  2. t-break reviews Toshiba Qosmio X500 notebook
  3. KitGuru reviews Asus TS Mini Windows Home Server (1TB)
  4. TWL reviews MSI Big Bang XPower
  5. ThinkComputers on 4GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1600 dual-channel kit
  6. SemiAccurate on storage-n-harddrives: Where are we and where are we going
  7. Brave new world of SSDs II: LostCircuits on understanding NAND flash
  8. Hardware Canucks review 120GB Corsair Force SSD
  9. TestFreaks review Cirago CDD2000 USB 3.0 hard drive dock
  10. ProClockers review Vantec NexStar SuperSpeed SATA-to-USB 3.0 adapter
Multimedia

  1. bit-tech reviews Asus Ares dual-GPU video card
  2. OverclockersHQ reviews Sparkle GeForce GTX 480
  3. [H]ard|OCP: GeForce GTX 460 SLI performance vs. AMD GPUs
  4. InsideHW reviews Asus GeForce GTX 460 TOP
  5. HotHardware reviews hp ZR30w 30" S-IPS LCD monitor
  6. Futurelooks reviews Compro IP70 network camera
  7. CCE Reviews on Flip Video MinoHD
  8. Big Bruin reviews Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex TV HD media player
  9. PC-Luchs reviews Speedlink Medusa NX 5.1 gaming headset (in German)
  10. Digital Trends reviews Nokia E73 Mode
  11. LanOC Reviews, Neoseeker, OCC & PureOC review Cooler Master Choiix Cruiser mouse
  12. DragonSteelMods on Joby Gorillatorch Flare
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. PC Perspective reviews Corsair Professional Series Gold AX1200 PSU
  2. Hardware Secrets reviews 800W Rosewill Libertas power supply
  3. TweakTown reviews Arctic Cooling C1 Mobile USB charger with solar panel
  4. DV Hardware reviews Choiix Power Fort Advanced
  5. iGadget Life reviews Scosche flipSYNC – micro & mini USB 2.0 charge and sync cable
  6. Benchmark Reviews on Antec DF-30 Dark Fleet case
  7. HardwareLogic reviews Thermaltake Armor A90 case
  8. Hardware Secrets reviews Enermax Volcanus case
  9. TweakPC reviews SilverStone SG02 HTPC case
  10. LanOC Reviews and techPowerUp! review Thermaltake Frio CPU cooler
  11. Technic3D reviews Scythe Rasetsu CPU cooler (in German)
  12. TweakTown reviews Gelid Icy Vision GPU cooler
  13. Björn3D's GPU air cooler royale
 
   
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