National Thrift Shop Day Shortbread

— 12:40 AM on August 17, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. [H]ard|OCP: Intel multi-threaded software marketing slides
  2. SemiAccurate reports DDR4 not expected until 2015
  3. TC Magazine reports Sparkle unveils customized GeForce GTX 480 card
  4. Ars Technica: Radio, RIAA - Mandatory FM radio in cell phones is the future
    and data-gobbling Android users will likely see bandwidth capped
  5. Fudzilla reports Microsoft Internet Explorer turns 15 years old
  6. John C. Dvorak: E-mail is broken
  7. Shacknews: Free StarCraft II name change coming ahead of paid name changes
  8. Xbox Live launch titles for Windows Phone 7 finally revealed; Engadget's got the full preview

National Thrift Shop Day

  1. Computerworld reports Apple manager pleads not guilty to kickback charges
  2. SemiAccurate: Asus mulls its future
  3. PCWorld reports IBM unleashes 256-core Unix server, its biggest yet
  4. Computerworld reports Intel ships new Atom processors for small biz, home storage appliances
  5. PCWorld reports Intel-Hitachi SSDs fall behind schedule
  6. Network World: How to roll out full disk encryption on your PCs and laptops
  7. CableLabs approves tuner sharing and DRM-free copy freely content
  8. C|Net reports Bose debuts new in-ear headphones
  9. TechFlash reports Microsoft rethinks the keyboard
  10. Ars Technica reports Apple rejiggering support forums with social networking bent
  11. Sophos: Facebook Dislike button scam spreads virally
  12. Call to improve password security (because hackers use GPUs to crack short passwords)
  13. AnandTech continues its series of giveaways: 850W OCZ Z Series PSU
  14. Dealzon's deals: $350 off coupon 15.6” Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d 3D notebook,
    $135 off 10” MSI U123-025US, and $38 off 40GB Intel X25-V SSD
Networking and smartphones

  1. Computerworld reports House Democrats oppose net neutrality deal
  2. AT&T: Wireless is 'different'
  3. PCWorld: How wireless net neutrality could kill Kindle business model
  4. The NY Times: A better way to keep the net open and accessible
  5. Internet traffic jams ahead unless more cables laid
  6. SemiAccurate: All your TI cable modems are belong to Intel
  7. C|Net reports Verizon demos 1Gbps FiOS connection
  8. BGR: Motorola Droid Pro, World Edition, and tablet all found in Verizon Wireless systems
    and both Verizon Wireless iPhone and next generation iPad about to hit field testing?
  9. PCWorld reports RIM halves BlackBerry Torch price to boost sales
  10. PreCentral: Palm Pre Plus out of stock on Verizon and AT&T online
  11. Android Central reports Adobe Flash Player 10.1 now final for the Nexus One
  12. Engadget: Adobe AIR 2.5 coming to Android in Q4 2010, but only to capable phones
  13. TechFlash reports UW tests new method to transmit sign language via cell phone

  1. PCMag reports PDF flaw allows signed documents to be altered
    and AV-Test certifies Windows 7 antivirus solutions
  2. Adobe CEO on Apple Flash argument: "We've moved on"
  3. Ars Technica: Solaris still sorta open, but OpenSolaris distro is dead
  4. Windows Home Server Blog: New Vail preview build, come and get it
  5. Announcing Windows SBS codename Aurora preview availability
  6. C|Net reports Ubuntu bringing multitouch to Linux
  7. The Netflix Linux conjecture: How Netflix snubs the Linux community
  8. Adobe Illustator CS5 15.0.1 list of resolved issues
  9. Download Squad: IM+ gets a web app, but it's not up to Meebo's level yet
  10. VMware Workstation for Windows 7.1.1-282343
  11. TUAW reports VMware Fusion gets an update with some important Mac fixes
  12. BlueScreenView 1.28
  13. Ad-Aware Free 8.3.1
  14. BurnAware Free 3.03
  15. SlimBrowser 5.00.074
  16. Google Earth
  17. JAlbum 9.8.3

  1. Joystiq: Developers voice concern over Valve's 'DOTA' trademark
  2. Gameinfowire: Computer and video game degree programs continue
    to grow
    at colleges and universities across the U.S.
  3. Shacknews: id Software's Steve Nix talks Quake Live plans, future
    and Star Wars: The Old Republic advanced Jedi classes revealed
    and rumor: Mortal Kombat arcade compilation coming in November
  4. Kotaku: Doom 4 targeted for console and PC, Wolfenstein in 'thinking about it' phase
  5. VG247 interviews id Software's Todd Hollenshead
  6. GameShark interviews Civilization V's Dennis Shirk
  7. "World of StarCraft" - a remote possibility or reality?
  8. Ars Technica reviews Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
  9. Kotaku reports Sony PSP ad mocks Apple iPhone gaming
  10. 6 devious ways FarmVille gets people hooked

  1. The MacBook Air project
  2. BIT-101 on Kindle and iPad displays: Up close and personal
  3. Fudzilla: TGT's magic makes PoV's GTX 460 the fastest GTX 460 around
  4. Digital Trends: BlackBerry Torch review and the best AT&T cell phones
  5. Legit Reviews on the best case mods of QuakeCon 2010
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