Fibonacci Day Shortbread


— 12:52 AM on November 23, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. Engadget: Verizon proposes wholesale rewrite of U.S. telecom law
  2. Macworld: The Mac is back
  3. Mac Rumors: iOS 4.2 now available for iPad, iPhone & iPod touch;
    Engadget's iOS 4.2 review (for iPad)
  4. SemiAccurate: Sandy Bridge pricing leaks in Sweden
    and PhotoFast makes a monster 1500 MB/sec SSD
  5. Fudzilla: Nvidia's new dual-GPU card pixellized
    and TSMC looks exclusive for 28nm Southern Islands
  6. NGOHQ: AMD Radeon HD 6900 presentation leaked
  7. Hardware-Infos: Final AMD Radeon HD 6990 specs (in German)
  8. The Nvidia Blog: Testing Nvidia vs. AMD image quality

Fibonacci Day

  1. DailyFinance: hp fiscal Q4 profit beats estimates as
    higher business demand offsets slower laptop sales
  2. The NY Times: Novell being acquired for $2.2 billion (thanks Neutronbeam)
  3. What's Microsoft's role in the Novell-Attachmate deal?
  4. TC Magazine: Broadcom acquiring Gigle Networks for its powerline chip tech
  5. C|Net: Cloud security is dependent on the law
    and WikiLeaks promising even bigger leak of secret files
    and WiLAN sues Comcast, Time Warner, Charter
  6. Ars Technica: "Put up for shut up" time for US Copyright Group
  7. DSLReports: Viacom latest to ingeniously block ad viewers
  8. USA Today: Verizon grabs for Internet speed crown in new plan
  9. TechCrunch on Google's security hole
  10. The Engadget Show - 015
  11. Dealzon's deals: $400 off coupon for 17.3” hp dv7t Select i7 / 8GB / Blu-ray
    and $80 off 32GB iPod touch + Sennheiser eH 350 headphones
Hardware news

  1. DailyTech: Google delivers a lump of coal to those hoping for Chrome netbooks
  2. Engadget: Dell Inspiron Duo and speaker dock up for pre-order at Microsoft Store now
  3. TC Magazine: Intel introduces the Atom E600C series configurable processors
  4. Fudzilla: GlobalFoundries to make 28nm Fusion chips
  5. DigiTimes: Component makers facing dilemma over inventory management
    and Blu-ray Disc drive penetration will not see giant boost
  6. TC Magazine: MSI details the FX610MX AMD-based notebook
  7. C|Net: Fusion-io tries rewiring computer memory
  8. TC Magazine: Kingston's HyperX Max 3.0 external SSDs break cover
    and Kingston rolls out the low-capacity S100 SSDs for non-PC applications
  9. techPowerUp!: Colorful designs single-slot "ultra slim" GeForce GTS 450 graphics card
  10. Engadget: Nikon concept cameras surface, spark rumor mill and
    some Apple TV users reporting wacky color problems with Sony, Philips TVs
  11. TC Magazine: Thermaltake announces the Dokker HDD / SSD dock-equipped PC case
  12. [H]ard|OCP highlights beer keg case mod
Mobile

  1. DailyTech: Verizon commercial promises LTE in December
  2. Intel has wrong business model for mobile devices - co-founder of ARM
  3. BGR: Apple abandons plans for integrated iPhone SIM
  4. VR-Zone: Acer to launch their tablet in U.S. ahead of Thanksgiving
  5. TUAW: iPads at TJ Maxx were bought at retail
  6. DigiTimes: Foxconn plants in Chengdu, China start mass production of iPads
  7. Fudzilla reports iPad 2 to be released in April
  8. Ars Technica: hp preps webOS for tablet development with Enyo framework
  9. Verizon Wireless really messed up the Samsung Tab with pricing and policy
  10. VR-Zone reviews Samsung Galaxy Tab
  11. Netbooknews: LG E-Note H1000B Windows 7 tablet starts selling in Korea
  12. Ars goes hands-on with AirPlay on iOS 4.2 and Apple TV
  13. TUAW: Apple retro-fitting iPhone 4s with 5-point Torx screws
    and iWork suite gains iOS 4.2 support on iPad
  14. Mac Rumors: 1/3 of non-AT&T smartphone customers
    would have purchased iPhone on their carriers
  15. Fudzilla reports Nokia's N8 has problems
    and older Palms to get new webOS 2.0
  16. Engadget: TiVo Premiere UI gets a shot in the arm with iPad remote control
  17. PCPer's Rage HD first look - PC gaming goes mobile
  18. Download Squad: Angry Birds fail to negotiate
    peace treaty
    with pigs in a new comedy video
  19. C|Net: B&N rolls out 1.5 firmware update for e-ink Nooks
    and Kindle games start to proliferate
Software

  1. Phoronix: Benchmarks of AMD's newest Gallium3D driver
    and open source AMD Fusion driver for Ontario released
  2. Nvidia v260.19.21 Linux display driver - x86
  3. Microsoft to tweak Windows pricing for hosting providers
  4. Ars Technica: Google revamps DocVerse as new collaboration service for Office
  5. Download Squad: ViewMarks for Firefox makes bookmarks visual and huge
  6. Tech Drive-in has 10 cool screenlets for Ubuntu GNOME
  7. BBC: Code clues point to Stuxnet maker
  8. HWiNFO32 v3.62
  9. SView5 3.21
  10. SetFSB 2.3.158.124
  11. LoseThos 6.19 (64-bit OS)
  12. OpenOffice.org for Windows 3.3.0 RC 6 beta
  13. FileZilla 3.3.5.1
  14. Latest development snapshot build of Opera 11: One step closer to beta
  15. Google Chrome 8.0.552.210
  16. SlimBrowser 5.00.138
  17. Pidgin 2.7.6
  18. The 3DMark 11 Guess the Score competition with MSI and Futuremark
Gaming

  1. MCV: 'PC market impossible for small publishers'
  2. Vivendi: Treyarch has 'done better' than Infinity Ward, IW finished restructuring
  3. Shacknews: Xbox Live discounts select Marketplace content in the U.S. for Black Friday
  4. C|Net: Microsoft job posting points to Silverlight on Xbox
  5. Engadget: The Xbox 360 turns five years old
  6. Joystiq: Microsoft closing Halo Wars website, folding into Waypoint community
  7. Canadian Forces orders 500 video games
  8. Ars Technica reviews the OnLive microconsole, service
  9. PC Gamer: World of Warcraft changes forever today; the Cataclysm is here
  10. Maximum PC on Duke Nukem: The once & future king?
  11. CVG: CoD: Black Ops imports to be banned in Germany
  12. Shacknews: Bethesda reveals more on first Fallout: New Vegas DLC,
    'Dead Money' and Flottila dev announces 'Atom Zombie Smasher'
  13. Eurogamer: The Witcher 2 torrents could net you a fine
  14. Fudzilla: Gran Turismo 5 full install takes 10GB
    and premieres expected for Spike VGAs
  15. technabob: Kinect lightsaber hack
  16. Boing Boing: Microsoft promises not to sue Kinect hackers
  17. Shacknews has Halo: Reach DLC Noble Map Pack
    preview and Apache: Air Assault review
  18. Ars Technica and Shacknews review Donkey Kong Country Returns
Systems

  1. Hardware Secrets shares PC hardware picks for the holidays
  2. Engadget's Lenovo IdeaPad U260 hands-on
  3. Neoseeker's ECS P67 & H67 Sandy Bridge motherboards preview
  4. PureOC reviews Asus Rampage III Gene
  5. Overclockers.com reviews Mvix Minix 890GX motherboard
Multimedia, power, and cases

  1. FiringSquad's Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 performance preview
  2. Benchmark Reviews on Asus ENGTX580
  3. Expreview's Inno3D GTX 580 OC 4-way SLI test
  4. SemiAccurate's AMD Radeon HD 6800 series review
  5. ocaholic reviews Asus EAH6850 DirectCU
  6. [H]ard|OCP reviews 650W Cooler Master GX PSU
  7. Tweaknews on In Win Dragon Rider case
  8. Expreview reviews Antec Lanboy Air case
   
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