National Siblings Day Shortbread

— 9:22 PM on April 10, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. VR-Zone reports AMD A-series (Llano), Socket FM1 pictured
  2. ZDNet UK: Intel working on Atom chips for servers as E7 hits
  3. Fudzilla reports Caicos and Turks-based cards to launch in two weeks
  4. Betanews: Six states use nearly half of all pirated software in the U.S.
  5. PCWorld reports Apple admits iPad 2 3G issues
  6. OSnews: Asus releases new Honeycomb Linux kernel source code
  7. GNOME 3.0 release notes
  8. Barracuda Release Candidate 3.11 (Opera 11.10)

National Siblings Day

  1. Computerworld: Dell to spend $1B on cloud services this year
  2. Search Engine Land: Google has stopped Street View photography in Germany

  1. HotHardware reports Packard Bell announces Liberty Tab Android 3.0 tablet
  2. Electronista: Maine school district buys iPad 2s for every kindergartner
  3. Laptoping: Wi-Fi-only Samsung Galaxy Tab now on sale, priced at $350
Software and gaming

  1. Unixmen: 9 best practices to secure your Linux desktop &
    server | including installation and configuration
  2. Ubuntu Sharing: How to install GNOME 3 (testing) in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick
  3. Wine 1.2.3 released
  4. KitGuru reviews NFS: Shift 2 Unleashed (PC)
  5. C.O.D. and TweakTown review NFS: Shift 2 Unleashed (Xbox 360)
  6. Addictive but accessible: Free-to-play, co-op RPG Spiral Knights - Ars Technica
  7. Get your name in BioShock Infinite

  1. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - SDRAM page closing policy
  2. X-bit labs review Intel DX58SO2 mainboard
  3. TestFreaks review 32" Dynex 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV
  4. Techgage reviews GlideTV Internet TV Navigator
  5. Real World Labs on Thermolab Trinity CPU cooler
  6. DeXgo reviews Scythe Mine 2 CPU cooler (in German)
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