GIS Day Shortbread


— 8:01 AM on November 17, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. Ballmer and Gates: Here's why we're not breaking up Microsoft
  2. Windows 8 to showcase 'desktop as a service?'
  3. DailyTech: Columbia professor calls Apple biggest danger to Internet freedom
  4. X-bit labs: Intel demonstrates HPC's "Knights Ferry" accelerator at trade show
  5. Fudzilla: AMD Apple deal is 28nm, notebooks
    and AMD 28nm graphics coming in 2H 2011
    and AMD VP Bergman goes after Intel graphics
  6. Ars Technica: Researchers harness chaos theory for new class of CPUs
  7. SemiAccurate: Intel Z68 chipset rumors start and
    Codename Thunderbolt coming to Asus R.O.G. series
  8. DigiTimes: Nvidia Tegra 2 processor expected to be a focus at CES 2011

GIS Day

  1. TechFlash: Steve Ballmer, Bill Gates defend Microsoft stock holdings, sales
  2. Ars Technica interviews Microsoft's Steve Ballmer
  3. C|Net: Yahoo! sees itself as daily-deals power broker
  4. Fudzilla: Facebook will be dead in five years
  5. C|Net reports Facebook fixes bug that disabled accounts
  6. Ars Technica: Bill would nuke Visa cards, Adwords, DNS records for pirates
  7. C|Net: As Netflix bears down, Hulu Plus cuts price
    and the Beatles come to iTunes at last
  8. Engadget HD podcast 224
  9. Dealzon's deals: $400 off coupon 15.6" hp dv6t Select Core i7 / Radeon 5650,
    $120 off 15.5" Sony Vaio E Core i3, and $180 off Canon T2i DSLR w/ lens
Hardware news

  1. C|Net reports Intel puts muscle, memory into flash memory
  2. TC Magazine: Intel Capital announces 18 more investments worth $77 million
  3. Ars Technica: From China to Amazon, Nvidia's Tesla is on a roll
  4. DigiTimes: Acer wins supercomputer contract from
    Taiwan national high-performance computing center
  5. Fudzilla: Intel to phase out 21 45nm processors
    and AMD Terramar CPU has 20 cores
  6. Network World: Intel seeks spot for Atom in the NFL (inside football helmets)
  7. Computerworld on boutique PC builders: When you want the very best
  8. Sharky Extreme's biweekly CPU prices
  9. Expreview: AData readies new XPG Gaming Series memory
  10. Tweak.dk: OCZ releases the Vertex Plus and Colossus Plus SSD series
  11. Expreview: Palit GeForce GTX 460 SE hits retail
  12. VR-Zone: Sapphire boosts HD 6800 series with Toxic Edition
  13. Ars Technica: Nvidia brings Fermi Quadro 4000 kicking, mostly screaming, to Mac
  14. Engadget: Hitachi displays a capacitive screen capable of accepting stylus input (video)
  15. TC Magazine: I-O Data also readies 23" 3D Vision-supporting monitor
    and Mitsubishi shows off the MDT231WG 120Hz LCD monitor
    and Hyundai releases the W223D 22" monitor
  16. C|Net: Samsung plans to offers Google TV set
  17. TC Magazine: Nox Audio releases the Scout headset
  18. DailyTech cites study: GPS units cause memory and spatial problems
Mobile

  1. Engadget's BlackBerry PlayBook first hands-on (video)
    and MeeGo 1.1 spotted running on Moorestown hardware
  2. Engadget: Jim Balsillie says BlackBerry PlayBook
    has a 'module cavity,' hints at NFC capabilities
  3. DSLReports: T-Mobile keeps taking potshots at AT&T
  4. DailyTech: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless showcase Isis mobile payment system
  5. The lesson of Google Android fail
  6. TUAW: New Apple patents for iPhone, wide trackpad, Final Cut Pro & Apple Mail
  7. TC Magazine: eviGroup reveals the Paddle Pro Windows 7 tablet PC
    and Sony Ericsson X12 (Anzu) smartphone gets detailed
    and LG Tegra 2-powered 4" smartphone gets pictured
  8. DailyTech reports Sprint to launch HTC EVO Shift 4G
  9. Streak Smart posts photos: White Dell Streak strikes a pose
  10. Will white iPhone 4 send N.Y. teen to college... or to jail?
  11. Engadget: Nexus S teaser by Google CEO now available on video
  12. C|Net: Google Voice finally in Apple's App Store
  13. Engadget: Windows Phone 7 will work with third-party
    browsers
    , so long as they're based on IE? (video)
    and SlingPlayer Mobile for iPad gets a walkthrough
  14. TUAW's how-to: Create PDFs from your iOS device
  15. TC Magazine: Barnes & Noble Nook Color shipping early
  16. Engadget's Nook Color review
Software

  1. TUAW: Apple is testing optimized Flash Player beta for the MacBook Air
  2. Microsoft applies for a patent for verifying a 'safe' operating system
  3. SuperSite for Windows: Solving IE 6 compatibility issues
    doesn't require expense, complexity of virtualization
  4. C|Net on Microsoft's new Windows 7 ad: A copy of a copy?
  5. Ars Technica on MeeGo conference: Momentum intact despite lack of hardware
  6. Network World: Google Chrome cited tops 'Dirty Dozen' vulnerable apps list
  7. Phoronix on the ~200 line Linux kernel patch that does wonders
  8. Microsoft vs. McAfee: How free antivirus outperformed paid
  9. C|Net: Wolfram gives Mathematica 8 a human touch
  10. TC Magazine: Adobe delivers new updates for Reader and Acrobat
    and Yahoo! Messenger 11 beta released, enables more social fun
  11. Sysinternals suite - November 16, 2010
  12. GetDataBack 4.02 for FAT and for NTFS
  13. Dropbox 0.8.114 Experimental
  14. Office Key Remover 1.0.0.3
  15. Opera 11's latest development snapshot
  16. Chromium 9.0.584.0
  17. OpenOffice.org for Windows 3.3.0 RC 5 beta
  18. Foxit Reader 4.3.0.1110
Gaming

  1. Dev: Used games sales are 'destructive' to industry
  2. C|Net reports video game sales slip 4% in October
  3. The Escapist on the crystal ball of Michael Pachter
  4. Kinect hack explained at Engadget: Follow-along-
    at-home guide lets you reverse engineer USB
  5. Shacknews: APB property acquired by GamersFirst;
    relaunching as free-to-play in first half of 2011 and
    Activision reportedly closes Bizarre and Budcat Studios
    and LucasArts hit by another round of layoffs and
    NFS Shift sequel 'Shift 2 Unleashed' formally announced
    and play Gran Turismo 5 for a chance to become a real race driver
  6. VG247: Witcher 2 confirmed for May 17, 2011 release
  7. TechFlash: WildTangent rolls out new video game rental service
  8. Joystiq: BioWare revealing new project at VGAs on December 11
  9. Engadget: Angry Birds spreading to consoles, sequels, feature films
  10. Game update for Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2
  11. Steam client update released
  12. Shacknews posts Assassin's Creed Brotherhood review
  13. TechSpot's CoD: Black Ops GPU & CPU performance in-depth
  14. Hi Tech Legion posts CoD: Black Ops performance benchmarks: 3D Vision tested
  15. TweakTown reviews Call of Duty: Black Ops (Xbox 360)
Systems and storage

  1. AnandTech's OCZ Vertex Plus preview: Introducing the Indilinx Martini
  2. Ed Bott: I'm switching to a Mac. Here's how (and why)
  3. InsideHW on Toshiba Portégé R700: Quality with price
  4. Funky Kit on Nokia LTE-enabled netbook
    and Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4 sneek peak
Multimedia

  1. [H]ard|OCP reviews Asus EAH6870
  2. Neoseeker reviews Asus Radeon EAH6850 DirectCU
  3. Experview's quick review of GeForce GTX 450 512MB
  4. Engadget's Boxee Box review
  5. Tweaknews on Asus Xonar Xense premium gaming audio set w/ headset
  6. Engadget's Mobee Magic Charger review:
    Wirelessly juice up your Apple Magic Mouse
Power, case, and cooling

  1. TweakTown reviews Antec High Current Gamer HCG-750 PSU
  2. ABT on 500W Cooler Master Silent Pro M500 PSU
  3. Hardware Heaven reviews BitFenix Colossus case
  4. OCC reviews Zalman CNPS8000A CPU cooler
  5. BmR on best CPU cooler performance: Intel Q3-2010
  6. Hardware Canucks review CoolIT Vantage A.L.C.
   
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