National Candy Day Shortbread


— 1:42 AM on November 4, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. X-bit labs: AMD starts to talk about Bulldozer 2 microarchitecture (thanks stmok)
  2. AppleInsider: Some of Apple's new MacBook Airs
    exhibiting issues with logic board, display
  3. Engadget: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says
    'the iPad's not mobile... it's a computer'
  4. N-Trig: 'the most useful Android slates will be pen-enabled'
  5. hp to Steve Jobs: Touchscreen PCs do work
  6. Asus outs the GTX 580 specs and alleged price?!
  7. Download Squad: Skyfire browser brings Flash video to iPhone / iPad
    but Skyfire browser pulled from App Store due to high demand
  8. Ars Technica on UniBrows: New add-on puts IE 6 in your IE 8

National Candy Day

  1. Ars Technica: New Congress, same approach to hot-button Internet issues?
  2. C|Net reports Jammie Thomas hit with $1.5 million verdict
  3. Salon: Will Netflix destroy the Internet?
  4. Dish exec: Hulu is destroying the TV industry
  5. DSLReports: Faster upstream cable speeds arriving in 2011
    and deflating 700 - 900Mbps DSL hype
  6. The price of muni broadband? Eternal war with Time Warner Cable
  7. Ars Technica: ITC staff sides with Nokia in Apple complaint as trial begins
  8. Yahoo! News: Google Street View violated UK privacy law
  9. SAP agrees to pay $120 million to Oracle: sources
  10. TechFlash reports Cray delays earnings, goes quiet
  11. Yahoo! News: Google helps auto-tune your web server
  12. Reg Hardware reports Apple shrinks Mac mini price
  13. VR-Zone reports Toshiba Singapore e-invite hints of an Android notebook PC
  14. Engadget: hp slips out budget-minded G62m, Pavilion dv7t laptops
  15. X-bit labs: Lenovo quietly kills ThinkPad X301 laptop
  16. SemiAccurate: VIA finally reveals its first dual-core Nano CPU
  17. Expreview reports Asus showscases top P67 motherboards in London
  18. X-bit labs: Light Peak interconnection may become available in 2011 - rumor
  19. PCWorld: Hitachi announces G-Drive Slim hard drive
  20. Engadget: LG Display snatches 'world's thinnest
    bezel
    ' title from Samsung with new 37" LCD
    and AUO trumpets 'deadzone-free' laptop and
    tablet 3D displays
    , recommends leaving glasses at home
    and speedy robo-cam mimics the movements of the
    human eye, exceeds them
  21. VR-Zone reports Ultimate Ears introduces new design-inspired earphones
  22. X-bit labs: Shipments of Blu-ray Disc-capable devices hit 116 million
  23. Dealzon's deals: $400 off coupon for hp Elite desktops, $35 off 10MP
    Canon PowerShot S95, and $85 off Logitech MX 5500 Revolution
    keyboard / mouse
Mobile

  1. InvestorPlace: Tablet demand hurting netbook market
  2. Survey: 80% of tablet buyers will choose iPad
  3. jkkmobile: Samsung Galaxy Tab dissected
  4. SlashGear: LG H1000B Windows 7 tablet spotted at FCC
  5. PCWorld reports OLPC XO-3 tablet delayed
  6. TechFlash: AT&T disputes 'largest' part of T-Mobile's 'Largest 4G Network' ad
  7. C|Net: Wi-Fi, meet the TV antenna
  8. DSLReports: 28% of mobile users now have smartphone
  9. Engadget: Samsung Galaxy S first smartphone to be Wi-Fi Direct certified
  10. Lawsuit: Apple turned iPhone 3Gs into "iBricks" to boost iPhone 4
  11. TUAW: Verizon iPhone announcement rumored to hit on November 9
  12. BGR: AppleCare protection plans now transferable to new products
  13. TUAW: Redsn0w jailbreak for iOS 4.1 now available
  14. DailyTech reports 88 serious security bugs identified in Android 2.2 "Froyo"
  15. Nokia CTO: "It's all about the applications"
  16. Qt roadmap unveiled @ Ars: QML, 3D graphics & Project Lighthouse
    and deals, updated mobile apps, new single log-in come to Facebook
  17. SuperSite's Windows Phone 7 feature focus: Hardware
  18. C|Net: PayPal fixes security hole in iPhone app and
    LG to offer 10 free apps for WP7 handset buyers
  19. TechFlash on 8Pen: A new rival to Swype
  20. Joystiq reports Dragon's Lair HD comes to iPad
Software

  1. C|Net: Microsoft warns of targeted attacks using new IE hole
  2. Threatpost: Adobe accelerates patch schedule for critical Flash bug
  3. TUAW: Sophos releases free Mac anti-virus package
  4. Ars Technica: Silverlight, HTML5 & Microsoft's opaque development strategy
  5. Microsoft outlines plans for 'integration as a service' on Azure
  6. C|Net reports Google Docs may soon offer cloud printing, device syncing
  7. MacStories: Mac OS X dock built using CSS3
  8. Forget proper tests, let's pit HTML5 against Flash in a game of Pong
  9. Microsoft Office 2010 - Under the hood investments
    for hardware and performance (white paper)
  10. Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket add-in for Excel (CTP1)
  11. EASEUS Partition Master Home Edition 6.5.1
  12. Windows 7 Tweaker 2
  13. TC Magazine: SpeedFan now at version 4.42, gets better Nvidia card support
  14. PRTG Network Monitor 8.1.2.1750
  15. Trillian Astra 4.2.0.22
  16. 7-Zip 9.18 beta
  17. Notepad++ 5.83
Gaming

  1. Engadget's Kinect for Xbox 360 review
  2. Shacknews: EA reports revenue decline in Q2 2011;
    nearly halves losses over same period last year
    and THQ reports a net loss of $47 million in Q2 2011;
    focusing on 'long-term' investments and
    Dragon Age Legends Facebook game coming
    in February; unlocks items in Dragon Age II
    and Pac-Man Championship Edition DX trailer and
    screens make us wish time travel was possible
  3. Microsoft expects to sell 5 million Kinect devices at
    Christmas, up from previous forecast of 3 million
  4. Kipman: Kinect CPU use down to single-digits
  5. Gamasutra's interview: Microsoft's Davison
    on how Kinect will help Xbox Live ramp up
  6. Shacknews interviews THQ's Danny Bilson on Homefront, IP
    fatigue, importance of PC gaming, and Steamworks vs. GFWL
    and Irrational details BioShock Infinite Engine improvements
  7. StarCraft II performance benchmarks: 3D Vision tested
    on Nvidia DX11 video cards @ Hi Tech Legion
  8. Borderlands update 1.41 is now available for PC
  9. Left 4 Dead and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  10. Steam's midweek madness - 75% off Theatre of War 2
    and Eschalon Book II update released and 20% off
Systems and storage

  1. Hardware Secrets on ASRock Core 100HT-BD
    HTPC and Asus Eee PC 1201T
  2. AnandTech reviews Asus G732Jw notebook
  3. TweakTown on Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T-68U118 11.6" notebook
  4. OC3D's Asus P67 1155 Sandy Bridge sneak peak
  5. [H]ard|OCP reviews Asus Rampage III Gene mATX motherboard
  6. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews 40GB G.Skill Phoenix Pro SSD
  7. SPCR's consumer SSD battle: WD, Kingston, OCZ & Intel
Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. lab501's Gigabyte GeForce GTX 480 Super Overclock preview
  2. Hardware Heaven on Gigabyte GeForce GTX 470 Super Overclock
  3. HotHardware's mid-range Nvidia GPU battle: GTX 460 vs. GTX 470
  4. Ninjalane on Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 SLI performance
  5. HT4U's AMD Radeon HD 6800 reloaded (in German)
  6. Benchmark Reviews on PowerColor HD 5770 v2
  7. OCC reviews Asus Xonar Xense Premium gaming audio set
  8. Digital Trends reviews Jays t-Jays Three earphones
  9. ThinkComputers has Psyko Audio 5.1 gaming headset review
  10. TweakTown's quick review: Razer Abyssus Mirror gaming mouse
Cases and cooling

  1. Tweaknews on In Win Android case
  2. PureOC reviews Azza Hurrican 2000 case
  3. XSReviews on Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case
  4. Metku reviews Corsair Hydro H70 water cooler
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