National Almond Day Shortbread

— 12:39 PM on February 16, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. WSJ: Apple's subscription rules raise possible antitrust issues
  2. VR-Zone reports 3 new dual-core Sandy Bridge CPUs on Feb. 20th
  3. NordicHardware reports AMD attacks Intel P67 with Hudson-D3 chipset
  4. DigiTimes: Intel chipset problem to bring pressure on pricing Core i3, i5 & i7 notebooks
  5. CrunchGear: Did Intel just leak the new MacBook Pros?
  6. VR-Zone: Intel talks 32nm Atom and Android, demos MeeGoo tablet
  7. Download Squad: Windows 7 SP1 download links go live for TechNet, MSDN users
  8. Bloomberg reports Index Ventures' Mike Vopli says Android is 'the next Windows'

National Almond Day

  1. Dell delivers record results in fiscal-year 2011 fourth quarter and full year
  2. McAfee and Wind River announce strategic agreement for security protection beyond the PC
  3. TechFlash reports Rhapsody ready to fight Apple over new subscription rules
  4. Ars Technica: Google counters Apple subscriptions with more flexible One Pass
    and MobileMe revamp may include status / check-in / streaming mashup
  5. Is Microsoft Zune about to be Kinned?
  6. TorrentFreak: Some file-sharers leave trails to their front doors
Hardware news

  1. SemiAccurate editorial: Atom is dead, strangled slowly by Intel
  2. X-bit labs: Lenovo ThinkPad laptops gain RSA SecureID security capabilities
  3. Shuttle releases Mini-PCs for 2nd generation Intel Core processors
  4. SemiAccurate reports Tyan releases a new 4S board
  5. OCZ: Nearly all our SSDs are based on 20nm-class flash memory
  6. Dealzon's deals: $375 off 18.4” 1080p Toshiba Qosmio X505-Q888 i7 / Blu-ray, $800 off
    15.6” Toshiba A660-042 i7 3D / glasses / Blu-ray, $18 coupon for Logitech X-540 speakers,
    $69 off Verbatim speaker keyboard, and $50 coupon for ViewSonic 3D DLP projector

  1. Ars Technica's hands-on with Intel's MeeGo tablet UI: Good ideas, rough edges
  2. Social Apples: Apple cripples iBooks for jailbreakers
  3. TC Magazine: Full-spec Motorola Xoom tablet to cost $799, Wi-Fi-only model $600
  4. VR-Zone: Asus showcases seamless mobility concept at MWC 2011
  5. Nokia aims for Windows phone by year-end
  6. VR-Zone: ViewSonic launches V350, world's first dual-SIM Android Froyo smartphone
  7. AnandTech on Samsung's Tegra 2 superphone: The GT-I9103
  8. Ars Technica: New 8MP OmniVision sensor could power iPhone 5 camera
    and Samsung aims for iPod touch with Wi-Fi only Galaxy S variants
  9. AnandTech has LG Optimus 3D preliminary performance - OMAP4 tested
  10. The clones cometh: The App Store is full of copycats, and it's indies who suffer - Ars Technica
  11. Pocket-lint: Angry Birds Windows Phone 7 and 3D confirmed

  1. FoxNews: Anonymous hackers release Stuxnet worm online
  2. New Google Chrome extension: Block sites from Google's web search results
  3. Mac Rumors: Best Buy Mexico planning iWork '11 event for February 19th?
  4. System Explorer 2.7.2
  5. HWiNFO32 v3.70
  6. Norton 360 5.0 Final

  1. USA Today reports Sony PS2 shipments top 150 million
  2. ESA: 54% of illegal game fileshares come from 5 watch-list nations - Gamasutra
  3. Shacknews reports Duke Nukem Forever uses Steamworks for PC
  4. Joystiq has new Batman: Arkham City screens, featuring 'Joker's extreme closeup'
  5. Lord British on what games can learn from Ultima Online - Ars Technica
  6. FiringSquad reviews Two Worlds 2 (PC)

  1. AMD FUsion hits retail: Zotac and Gigabyte E-350s - HotHardware
  2. InsideHW reviews Asus N73 notebook
  3. X-bit labs review Synology DiskStation DS211
  4. Legit Reviews on ECS P67H2-A Black Extreme
  5. KitGuru reviews XFX Radeon HD 6950 XXX Edition
  6. Benchmark Reviews on VisionTek Killer HD 5770 Combo card
  7. [H]ard|OCP reviews 900W Antec High Current Gamer PSU
  8. Funky Kit reviews Noctua NH-C14 CPU cooler
  9. ProClockers review Thermaltake Jing CPU cooler
  10. Tweaknews on Gelid Icy Vision rev. 2 VGA cooler
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