Oh My! Day Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on December 30, 2010

Eight is Enough

  1. California woman arrested in insider trading case for allegedly
    supplying information about Nvidia and Marvell Technology
  2. X-bit labs: ITC begins to investigate Rambus' latest accusations against chip designers
  3. TC Magazine: LucidLogix develops its own graphics switching technology, calls it Virtu
  4. SemiAccurate: Intel puts GPU memory on Ivy Bridge
  5. DailyTech: New living earth simulator will model everything on our planet
  6. Joystiq: Hackers claim discovery of PS3 'private key,' enabling unauthorized code [update]
  7. FoxNews: 3D games can ruin children's eyes, Nintendo warns
  8. Kotaku reports Korean college student dies after 12-hour gaming session

Oh My! Day

  1. Benchmark Reviews interviews AnandTech's Anand Lal Shimpi
  2. Engadget: Skype teases video recording and sharing
    'as it happens,' inventing synonyms for 'video calls'
  3. C|Net reports Skype blames recent outage on buggy software
    and SAP granted lower APR damages awarded in Oracle case
  4. Ars Technica: White spaces could expand beyond unused TV spectrum
  5. TorrentFreak: Hadopi sends 100,000 warning emails to suspected pirates
  6. DSLReports: AT&T raises U-Verse TV rates
  7. TechFlash: Bill Gates is more admired than the Pope and the Dalai Lama
Hardware news

  1. Buying a Dell without Windows is not easy, but possible
  2. Engadget: Asus looks set to release five Sandy Bridge laptops, all with serious horsepower
  3. SemiAccurate: ASRock's AMD Brazos board detailed
  4. TC Magazine: Mushkin releases two new, DDR3 1600MHz Radioactive memory kits
  5. Engadget: Thermaltake's Max 5G dual-fan USB 3.0 HDD enclosure cools
    your platters with style and LG looks set to unveil mobile 3DTV at CES
  6. X-bit labs: Two billion pre-recorded Blu-ray Discs to ship in 2014 - researchers
  7. TestFreaks have 14-video card giveaway
  8. Dealzon's deals: $500 off 17.3” Asus G73JW-A1 i7, $200 off 15.6” Samsung R540-11 i5,
    $100 off hp p6650z desktop, and $350 off 42” Panasonic plasma TV

  1. MacStories: iPod nano hacked, will soon support movies and iCalendars?
  2. Engadget: Google's next Android Music app leaks out, gives hints of a 3.0 UI overhaul
  3. TC Magazine: European standard organizations deliver common phone charger specs
  4. Notebook Italia: Asus Eee Pad EP71, EP101, EP102, EP121 unveiled in a video (in Italian)
  5. Engadget: Toshiba Folio 100 Android tablet gains responsiveness dignity via new firmware update
  6. Android Central: HTC EVO Shift 4G breaks cover again with a January 9 sale date
  7. Android Community: Motorola Cliq 2 for T-Mobile images leak
  8. C|Net reports Sony wants LG phones out of U.S. market
  9. Engadget: iPad magazine sales numbers show steep decline over a few short months
  10. TUAW: DataMan tracks your data usage, sends alerts for data caps
  11. Engadget: SurfCube gives Windows Phone 7 the 3D browser it needed so desperately
    and app store milestones: Windows Phone 7 hits 5,000 as Android passes 200,000
    available apps
  12. Angry Birds creators: Apple still does mobile apps best
  13. Engadget: hp Palm Broadway, Manta, and Topaz name-dropped in casting call
  14. Engadget on the best apps, accessories & tips for iPad,
    iPhone, Android phones, BlackBerry, and Palm phones
  15. Engadget: Samsung's phone division now also in charge
    of PMPs, Galaxy Player coming in Q2 2011
    and Cowon D3 Plenue PMP runs Android, looks like a phone, totally isn't
    and Adruino, iPod touch turns and LCD into a browser-based sketch pad (video)
    and Barnes & Noble Nook trademark applications offer speculation fodder aplenty
  16. CNNGo.com reports Japanese café whips up edible iPhone

  1. TC Magazine: GeForce 263.14 WHQL driver pops up, awaits download
  2. Windows SteadyState: No downloads after 31st December 2010
  3. Softpedia: Microsoft released 106 security bulletins in 2010
  4. OMG Ubuntu: Integrate Wine in Ubuntu with 'Vineyard'
  5. Ubuntu Guide: Install DockbarX in Avant-Window-Navigator in Ubuntu
  6. LinuxBSDos.com: Manual disk partitioning guide for Linux Mint Debian Edition
  7. MissingRemote posts beginner's guide to HTPC codecs, file formats, containers & filetypes
  8. Microsoft Server Application Virtualization CTP released -
    run more of your applications on Windows Azure
  9. Download Squad: Voice Search for Chrome extension lets you search by speaking
    and Picasa gets new web zoom viewer and more EXIF data
  10. Seven Transformation Pack (formerly Vista Transformation Pack) 9.01
  11. System Explorer 2.6.1
  12. SlimBrowser 5.00.141
  13. x64 Components 2.7.5 Final
  14. Ventrillo 3.0.7
  15. GBoost 1.02.696

  1. Changes in video games prompt optimism for 2011
  2. Engadget: Free Kinect keyboard emulator lets you play World of Warcraft while AFK (video)
  3. Battlefield Blog: About the reported stats issue
  4. BFBC2: Let the battle for Hastings begin
  5. IL-2 Sturmovik 4.10 official release
  6. Big Download interviews Gearbox's Randy Pitchford about Duke Nukem Forever
  7. Shacknews best of 2010 awards: PC exclusive and indie
  8. CS: Source Beta update released
Systems and storage

  1. X-bit labs on breakthroughs of the decade: Products and technologies that changed the world
  2. KitGuru reviews Dell XPS 15 (L501X): Core-i7 840QM / Nvidia GT435m
  3. Hardware Secrets posts Biostar TP67XE motherboard first look
  4. PureOC reviews Samsung SF510 notebook
  5. Hardware Canucks review 3TB Western Digital Caviar Green
  6. X-bit labs' hard disk drives roundup: Winter 2010
Multimedia and cooling

  1. Hi Tech Legion's video card of the year 2010
  2. Vortez reviews Asus EAH6970 2GB
  3. TechReaction reviews EVGA GeForce GTX 570 SuperClocked
  4. TestFreaks review 7" 800×480 USB secondary LCD monitor
  5. FrostyTech reviews Xigmatek Aegir S128264 heatsink
  6. Real World Labs review Zaward Vapor 120 CPU cooler
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