National Dessert Day Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on October 14, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. Microsoft releases volume 9 of the Security Intelligence Report
  2. This could get awkward: AOL weighs Yahoo! bid, WSJ says
  3. Microsoft's Ballmer: "There's only one choice in the Apple world"
  4. TechFlash reports PC numbers miss expectations, Apple jumps to no. 3 in U.S.
  5. Fudzilla reports AMD Radeon HD 6870 and 6850 launch Oct. 22nd
    and Radeon HD 6870 officially at 900MHz
    and Leadtek rolls out cooler GT 430
  6. Ars Technica: Apple announces "Back to the Mac" OS X preview for October 20;
    C|Net offers five predictions for Apple's upcoming Mac event
  7. Shacknews: Valve announces Dota 2 for PC and Mac in 2011
    and Dota explained and how you can play it now
  8. PCGH on state of DirectX 11: Current and future games

National Dessert Day

  1. TUAW reports Apple stock price soars over $300 for the first time yesterday
  2. Patently Apple reports Apple wins three colossal multi-touch related patents
  3. C|Net reports Broadcom buys 4G chip maker for $316 million
    and Google's Mayer checks into elite club
  4. Intel's European Research and Innovation Conference 2010
  5. DSLReports: FCC 'bill shock' rules won't be as tough as Europe's
    and paying your ISP—just to pay your ISP
  6. C|Net reports big media wants more piracy busting from Google
  7. Facebook and Microsoft partner on new social-search features
  8. DailyTech: ACLU to fight in court to protect buyers' privacy from tax-hungry NC
  9. Wired reports 71% of tweets are ignored
  10. Ars Technica reports kids who stare at screens have psych problems
    and pirate radio: a revolt that just won't die (even with $30,000 fines)
  11. Dealzon's deals: $50 off Logitech iPod speaker, $10 off Logitech M305 mouse,
    $15 off coupon for 160GB Intel X25-M SSD, and $85 off Logitech MX 5500
    keyboard / mouse
Hardware news

  1. DigiTimes reports DDR3 spot prices drop below $2 and
    LCD panel makers prepare price increase for IT panels and
    Taiwan component makers under pressure of increased costs
    due to rising copper prices and Taiwan optical disc makers feel
    pressure
    from rising costs
  2. The Register reports Appro overclocks HF1 server for hedge funds
  3. VR-Zone reports Samsung unveils new range of notebook and netbook PCs
  4. Engadget reports Rugged Notebooks hatches
    Eagle series for 'demanding' work environments
  5. TC Magazine reports Toshiba releasing WiMAX-equipped Portégé R700 laptops
    and Asus Eee PC 1215T Neo-powered netbook goes official
  6. Taiwan market: Asus to launch Lamborghini Eee PC in late October
  7. Wired reports geeky gamers build working computers out of virtual blocks
  8. Fudzilla reports J&W ships the mother of all ITX boards
  9. TC Magazine: Patriot offering upgrade memory modules for new iMacs
  10. DisplaySearch: 3D TV not growing as fast as TV makers
    expected in 2010, but will become mainstream by 2014
  11. Ars Technica reports Sony announces "Internet TV"
    HDTVs, Blu-ray player with Google TV
  12. Engadget reports Netgear Roku XD Player gets official and
    hp Photosmart eStation C510 printer / Android tablet now on sale
  13. VR-Zone reports Epson talks about Making Cents, releases 6 new inkjet printers
  14. TC Magazine reports Razer Naga gaming mouse goes Epic by cutting the cord
    and SteelSeries announces Medal of Honor-themed gaming peripherals
Mobile

  1. Bloomberg reports Clearwire said to seek up to $5 billion in spectrum auction
  2. DSLReports: T-Mobile launches new prepaid options
  3. C|Net reports Apple patent would enforce parental controls on texting
  4. TC Magazine reports CTL delivering its 2goPad SL10 Wintel tablet
  5. Engadget reports specs released for Advent Vega, the Android Tegra tablet
    and OQO founder lists prototype handheld PCs on eBay
  6. China market: Apple Peel launched but could face legal battle, says paper
  7. TUAW: A controller for the iPhone... or bust
  8. Engadget reports Motorola's mysterious Olympus MB860
    gets certified for Bluetooth, UPnP, and dual-band Wi-Fi
  9. DigiTimes reports Taiwan-based handset makers unwilling to invest in WP7
  10. Ars Technica reports Windows Phone 7 will sync "select content" with Macs
  11. Wired on the physics of Angry Birds
  12. Fudzilla reports Amazon wants to shrink the size of the ebook
Software

  1. Network World reports Microsoft tool now roots out Zeus malware
  2. C|Net reports Facebook rebuffs W3C's HTML5 caution
  3. C|Net on Microsoft's Office event: Think online, not iPad
  4. Ars Technica reports Microsoft posts video of customers criticizing OpenOffice
  5. Office 2008 users: TUAW reports 12.2.7 update is available
  6. Betanews reports Symantec launches beta of Norton 360 5.0
  7. MED-V 2.0 beta is available - for Windows 7 migrations
  8. TC Magazine: Zune software for Macs coming soon,
    tweets MS marketing man - confirmed
  9. Belarc Advisor 8.1.16.2
  10. CrystalDiskInfo 3.9.1
  11. TSR Watermark Image 1.8.4.2
  12. AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) 7.4.5.12
  13. InjuredPixels 2.1 (check your LCD for dead pixels)
Gaming

  1. Star Wars: The Old Republic will be 'biggest MMO failure ever
  2. Blizzard: Use StarCraft II trainers 'at your own risk'
  3. Fudzilla reports Sony PSPgo price to be slashed
  4. MCV reports Medal of Honor targets PSJailbreak
  5. Shacknews: Blizzard explains bans for third party hacks and cheats
    and Duke Nukem Forever demo keys showing up for Borderlands owners
    in Steam and upcoming Civilization V patch fixes crash bugs, UI issues & exploits
    and Fable 3 launch trailer features a revolution in super-slow motion
    and Crysis 2 beta invites going out, still Xbox 360 only
  6. Ars Technica reports Gran Turismo 5 delayed again
  7. Expreview posts Homefront images for your eyes
  8. Fudzilla reports Quake III Arena finally coming to XBLA / PSN
  9. Team Fortress 2 update released on Steam
  10. CNN: Are simpler video games better?
  11. Ars Technica rants Castlevania: Lords of Shadow feels like homework, not a game
  12. Shacknews posts Professor Layton and the Unwound Future review
  13. Ars Technica on tracking social influence through Farmville
Hardware

  1. ATi-Forum reviews Phenom II X4 970 BE
  2. PCPer shares some initial thoughts on AMD's upcoming HD 6800 cards
  3. Expreview reports Galaxy GeForce GTX 480
  4. Fudzilla has EVGA GTS 450 1GB Free Performance Boost tested
  5. Modders-Inc reviews Asus ENGT430 1GB
  6. TUAW compiles Apple TV hacks: Ports and wikis
  7. AnandTech reviews Compro Technologies IP540 PTZ camera
 
   
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