Darwin Day Shortbread

— 4:37 PM on February 12, 2011

7 Up

  1. TC Magazine: Intel to start shipping B3 stepping LGA 1155 chipsets by February 14
  2. Fudzilla reports Intel chipset bug to hit Nvidia and ATI hard
  3. Ars Technica reports MPEG LA starts the search for VP8 patents
    and Sony to inspect PlayStation hacker's hard drive
  4. Rock, Paper, Shotgun on an actual crisis: Crysis 2 leaked
  5. Dragon Age 2 has gone gold
  6. Kotaku reports Blizzard's goal is to release Diablo III this year
  7. Duke Nukem Forever: Official Steve Gibson interview (video)

Darwin Day

  1. Yahoo! News: U.S. lawmaker unveils Internet, finance privacy bills
  2. The Age: War looms as Sony hints that it will abandon iTunes
  3. C|Net reports music service Pandora files for IPO
  4. Neil Gaiman on internet piracy: "It's people lending books" - Comics Alliance
  5. TechFlash podcast: Behind the scenes with Cheezburger's technology chief
Hardware news

  1. CrunchGear: Vodafone releases Webbox $100 web-surfing keyboard for emerging markets
  2. VR-Zone reports Scythe introduces Gouriki line of PSUs

  1. Fudzilla: Qualcomm officially announces its APQ8060 processor
    and RIM PlayBook to arrive in late April
  2. C|Net reports Intel's MeeGo is a no-go for phones and
    Google seeks to unlock Android 3.0 hardware power
  3. DSLReports: T-Mobile also offloading smartphone traffic to Wi-Fi
  4. 9 to 5 Mac: AT&T says thank you to iPhone users with 1,000 bonus minutes
  5. Ars Technica on Verizon v. AT&T: Dueling iPhone launches, and what Verizon did right
  6. C|Net: Analysts mull how many iPhones Verizon will sell
  7. Security expert: iPhone password hack shows flawed security model - Ars Technica
  8. Fudzilla reports Verizon iPhone 4 supports 1xEV-DO rev. B
  9. Cult of Mac: Apple is revamping notification system for iOS
  10. Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 'Mango' update to get IE Mobile 9
  11. C|Net reports Nook Color Honeycoom 'beta' hack advances

  1. Microsoft readies locked-down Windows 7 thin PCs
  2. Configuring and troubleshooting certification authority clustering
    in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2
  3. Microsoft Exchange RPC Extractor 1.0
  4. Fraps 3.2.9 released

  1. MCV: Activision eyeing Take-Two swoop?
  2. Industry vet: The $50 million video game must go
  3. Fudzilla: Sony NGP (PSP2) to be $299?
  4. CVG: Sony NGP won't kill off PSP - Yoshida
  5. Ars Technica's PS3 Sharpshooter hands-on: A peripheral's peripheral
  6. Bethesda Blog has Skyrim concept art
  7. Shacknews: Homefront 'Resistance' trailer talks of new American Revolution
  8. GameBanshee reports Blizzard CEO talks about unannounced MMORPG
  9. TechSpot reports World of StarCraft reborn as StarCraft Universe
  10. Mod DB: HL2 mod Dear Esther remake to get commercial release
  11. Shacknews on video games to be released next week
  12. Shacknews Weekend Confirmed episode 47
  13. Left 4 Dead 2, Magicka, Monday Night Combat, and NBA 2K11 updates released on Steam
  14. "Space is meaningless": Hazard is indie, non-Euclidean, brilliant - Ars Technica
  15. FiringSquad's Test Drive Unlimited 2 PC impressions
  16. Steam's weekend deal - Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 50% off

  1. TechRadar UK's Phenom II X6 1100T BE review
  2. Liliputing's low-power chip battle: AMD C-50, Intel N550 power consumption compared
  3. KitGuru reviews 8GB Kingston HyperX T1 XMP DDR3 2133MHz memory kit
  4. t-break reviews Tritton AX 720 gaming headphones
  5. Real World Labs on Alpenfoehn Matterhorn CPU cooler
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