Frankenstein Friday Shortbread


— 1:56 AM on October 29, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. Microsoft reports record first-quarter results
  2. Electronista: Oracle claims Google 'directly copied' Java in Android
  3. Bright Side of News: Seagate is not going private? SandForce remains safe
  4. Intel, Dell, IBM & others form working group to standardize PCIe SSDs
    and superfast SSDs are coming, but will they be used the right way?
  5. VR-Zone reports GeForce GTX 580 gets pictured;
    GeForce GTX 580 mentioned in the new Nvidia developer driver
  6. TC Magazine: Galaxy goes big with 1000MHz-clocked GeForce GTS 450
  7. Fudzilla reports AMD promotes Cayman as the new R300
  8. Ars Technica reports Adobe shows off Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool

Frankenstein Friday

  1. Engadget reports hp Palm quietly debuts new hp Palm logo
  2. X-bit labs: TSMC's revenue for 40nm chips up slightly quarter-over-quarter
  3. SemiAccurate: Intel announces collaboration wiht Taiwan
  4. C|Net reports Yahoo! taps former News Corp. exec Ross Levinsohn
  5. C|Net: People feel safer on a PC than on a mobile device
  6. TUAW: Apple exploring new scratch-proof coating
  7. TSA: 11.6" MacBook Air is bag-safe
  8. TC Magazine reports MSI preps 3D-ready FR600 notebook and
    Samsung NF310 dual-core netbooka available in the U.S. and
    Kingston serving up DDR3-1600 HyperX kit with black heatspreaders
  9. Mobile graphics adapters declined most in Q3 - Mercury Research
  10. TC Magazine reports NEC MultiSync PA231W
    IPS monitor to hit U.S. stores next month
  11. DailyTech reports "thoughtpad" technology allows
    humans to controls computers with their minds
  12. PCPer podcast #128
  13. Newegg marketplace deals (10/28/10)
  14. Dealzon's deals: $150 off coupon for 14” Lenovo G460 Core i5, $170 off
    coupon
    for 11.6” Lenovo IdeaPad U160 Core i3 ULV, and $85 off
    120GB Corsair Force SSD
Mobile

  1. Ars Technica reports Verizon to pay $25 million fine over "mystery fees"
  2. C|Net reports Android pushes Motorola into black
  3. Engadget: Verizon's tiered data plans go live, including
    $30 for a smartphone buffet or $15 for 150MB and
    iPad now on sale from Verizon Wireless and AT&T
  4. GigaOM cites report: iPad is an enterprise IT triple-threat
  5. Microsoft CEO on Windows Phone 7: 'I think we really kinda nailed it'
  6. Android and Me shares rumor: Samsung will
    announce the Nexus Two on November 8th
  7. Droid Life reports Droid 2 update to version 2.3.20 rolling out soon
  8. TC Magazine reports MeeGo 1.1 up for grabs
    and Opera Mini 5.1 beta released for Symbian, too
  9. C|Net reports Kindle app for Windows Phone 7 coming soon
  10. Engadget: Eking's S700 E-notepad launches 'the era of color digital
    reading' with a stylus and Nook Color processor revealed: ARM
    Cortex A8-based TI OMAP3621
Software

  1. Fudzilla reports Putin wants to dump Windows
  2. Ars Technica reports IE9 Preview 6 available, now with secret Beta UI
  3. Orleans: More on Microsoft's cloud programming model in the sky
  4. DRM is toxic to culture
  5. TUAW reports Mac Pro EFI firmware update 1.5 released
  6. CCleaner v3.0
  7. Sysinternals suite - 10/28
  8. SeaMonkey 2.0.10
  9. Chromium 9.0.566.0
Gaming

  1. DailyTech reports Nintendo reports $24.7M net loss
  2. Joystiq reports 'seasonal roll-offs' hit EA for third year in a row
  3. Shacknews reports 320GB PlayStation 3 model freed from bundle
  4. TF2's Halloween special
  5. Assassin's Creed Brotherhood 'Rome' trailer
  6. Fudzilla reports Medal of Honor to get Hot Zone DLC
    and PC will get BioShock 2 patch
  7. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 patch for PC to be released tomorrow
  8. Ars Technica: Nintendo bringing classic Mario games to the Wii for $30
  9. America's Army 3 and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  10. Gaming Heaven reviews Rock Band 3 (Xbox 360)
  11. Ars Technica reviews Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom
  12. Steam Halloween sale on now (through Nov. 1st)
  13. 85% off Frontlines: Fuel of War on Steam (ends today at noon CDT)
Systems and storage

  1. KitGuru's ASRock ION3D (152B with Blu-ray) review featuring Cyberlink
  2. Rbmods on Phenom II X2 560
  3. PureOC reviews 12GB OCZ DDR3-2133 Flex EX memory kit
  4. Motherboards.org reviews 3TB Western Digital Caviar Green
  5. TweakTown on OCZ Technology's Toolbox for SandForce SSDs
  6. PureOC reviews 120GB OCZ Revo PCI-E SSD
Multimedia, power, and case

  1. Motherboards.org reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 6870,
    XFX Radeon HD 6850, and Asus GeForce GT 430
  2. Fudzilla reviews XFX Radeon HD 6850 Black Edition
  3. OCC reviews MSI N460GTX Hawk
  4. Igniq.com on overclocking the MSI N460GTX Cyclone
  5. OC3D's HIS vs. EVGA mid-range gaming face-off review
  6. Digital Trends reviews Nikon D3100
  7. Digital Trends on Axiom Epic Grand Master 500 500 speaker system
  8. Big Bruin reviews Arctic Cooling Arctic M551 gaming mouse
  9. AnandTech's 550W roundup: 3 PSUs at different prices
  10. Neoseeker reviews Azza Hurrican 2000 case
   
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