Boy Scouts Day Shortbread


— 5:50 AM on February 8, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Fudzilla reports Sandy Bridge boards still shipping in EU
  2. TigerDirect's Intel Sandy Bridge solution (video)
  3. DigiTimes: Taiwan IC design houses land windfall orders
    on Intel support chip design issue, says paper
  4. Mac Rumors: Best Buy guesses a March MacBook Pro release date as supplies constrain
  5. DigiTimes: Intel to unveil 22nm Ivy Bridge CPUs at Computex 2011, says paper
  6. VR-Zone: Microsoft plays nice with Google, restores H.264 support in Chrome
  7. IndustryGamers: Valve's Steam is 'peaking,' will lose market share, says GamersGate CEO
  8. AnandTech reports TI reveals OMAP 5: The first ARM Cortex A15 SoC

Boy Scouts Day

  1. Bloomberg: Microsoft is said to reshuffle management in search of technology skills
  2. C|Net on the technology side of AOL's Huffington Post buy
  3. TorrentFreak: MPAA snags Google downloading torrents, threatens to disconnect
  4. C|Net reports White House will propose new digital copyright laws
  5. C|Net reports Ken Olsen, founder of DEC, dead at 84
Hardware news

  1. Best Buy to "future proof" tech purchases with Buy Back Program at no cost through Feb. 12
  2. SemiAccurate: Toshiba shows off big Brazos laptops and 3D screens
  3. DigiTimes: Acer sees notebooks shipments stabilize in 1Q11
  4. C|Net reports upscale Drobo announces 8- and 12-drive storage
  5. TC Magazine: MSI enticing overclockers with feature-packed R6870 Hawk graphics card
    and Sapphire reveals HD 5570 XtendTV graphics / TV tuner combo card
  6. VR-Zone: Canon launches 600D and 1100D DSLRs
    and Roccat announces Alumic mouse pad
  7. Newegg's Marketplace deals
  8. Dealzon's deals: $350 off 18.4” Toshiba Qosmio X505-Q894 i7 / Blu-ray / 1.5GB GeForce 460M,
    $339 off 15.6” Dell Vostro 3500 i7 / GeForce 310M, $30 coupon for 23” LG E2360V LED, and
    $196 coupon for 16GB Samsung HD camcorder
Mobile

  1. T-Mobile: All phones free this weekend, including smartphones
  2. LA Times: Fake iPods and iPhones are seized from downtown warehouses
  3. SemiAccurate: Sprint launches dual-screen Kyocera Echo
  4. Fudzilla reports Sony Ericsson teases Xperia Play
  5. Ars Technica: Windows Phone 7 SDK comes with odd developer handset scheme
  6. VR-Zone: China's 'iPhone 4' gets a much-needed upgrade... to Android 2.2. What, no iOS?
  7. iFixit's iPhone 4 Verizon teardown
  8. Pocket-lint's exclusive: Android 2.4 coming April, leaving 2.3 dead on arrival - not Ice Cream
  9. Download Squad:: FaceTime hacked to work on jailbroken iPads
  10. Fudzilla reports GreenPois0n jailbreaks iPhone 4.21
    and iOS to get NBA Jam
  11. TC Magazine reports Priority Inbox comes to Gmail for mobile
  12. Ars Technica: Gameloft to release StarCraft on iOS devices—or so it appears
  13. Angry Birds: The story behind iPhone's gaming phenomenon - Telegraph
Software

  1. Ars Technica reports Apple may plan to move software off its retail shelves
  2. DigiTimes: Lenovoo reportedly sees 3.3 million downloads from its online application store
  3. TechSpot posts Windows 7 jump lists fix and trick
  4. n00bs on Linux: Install Xnoise media player on Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat"
  5. Betanews: Comodo enters Mac security market with new antivirus beta
  6. Outpost 7.1 is available
  7. Kindle for PC 1.4.1.31629
  8. LameXP 4.00 beta 3
Gaming

  1. Wired: Sony lawyers expand dragnet, targeting anybody posting PlayStation 3 hack
  2. C|Net reports Sony to ship new multifunctional PS3 remote
  3. TechFlash: No end in sight for Sony's PS2
  4. DigiTimes reports HTC to buy shares in U.S. online gaming firm
  5. Shacknews: BlizzCon 2011 raiding Anaheim Convention Center October 21 and 22
  6. Gamasutra's exclusive: NPD reveals 2010 U.S. new game charts per platform
  7. Shacknews reports majority stake in League of Legends dev Riot sold and
    Call of Juarez going modern with 'The Cartel'; coming to PC, Xbox 360, PS3 this summer
    and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood to get new multiplayer map when Facebook page hits
    1 million fans
  8. APB update: A "New District" sneak peek, plus many things that were wrong
  9. Big Download: Quake Live back up and running; Premium features free until Tuesday
  10. CoD: Black Ops - multiplayer, Magicka, and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  11. Unixmen: 19 awesome open source games for Linux
  12. Ars Technica: How Guerrilla Games created the innovative Move controls of Killzone 3
  13. Surviving the zombie apocalypse: Ars talks with Undead Labs' Jeff Strain
  14. Joystiq: Team Fortress 2 Soldier figurine pre-orders open at Gaming Heads
Hardware

  1. ocaholic reviews Asus Sabertooth P67
  2. Overclockers Online reviews 1TB Seagate Constellation.2
  3. ThinkComputers reviews 120GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD
  4. KitGuru reviews MSI 6870 Hawk
  5. Hardware Heaven and PureOC review Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 Vapor-X
  6. CrossFire in practice: Radeon HD 4850 CF vs. 6850 @ InsideHQ
  7. HT4U reviews MSI N580GTX Twin Frozr II OC (in German)
  8. Hardware Canucks have GeForce GTX 560 Ti roundup: Asus, EVGA, Gigabyte & MSI
  9. Neoseeker reviews Thermaltake Meka G1 mechanical keyboard
  10. [H]ard|OCP reviews 1000W Xigmatek NRP-MC1002 PSU
  11. Benchmark Reviews and X-bit labs review Corsair H70 liquid cooling system
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