No Homework Day Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on May 6, 2011

7 Up

  1. SemiAccurate reports Apple dumps Intel from laptop lines
  2. MacBook Pro software update 1.4
  3. TC Magazine: Gigabyte confirms Virtu adoption, announces four Z68 boards supporting it
  4. ATi-Forum: AMD defends GPU market share (in German)
  5. C|Net reports MIT glasses-free 3D works from many perspectives
  6. ITworld on Ubuntu 11.04: Is Natty Narwhal the best Linux desktop ever?
  7. PC Gamer reports Deus Ex: Human Revolution will support DX11,
    3D & AMD Eyefinity and Rage to ship with full level editor, id studio

No Homework Day

  1. Bloomberg: Sony said to be subpoenaed by NY state after PlayStation data breach
  2. Anonymous: Sony is incompetent (and we don't steal credit cards) - Ars Technica
  3. The Consumerist: Lawsuit accuses Apple, Google, others of employee pay conspiracy
  4. Techland reports the WSJ's version of WikiLeaks is now open for secrets
  5. The Official Gmail Blog: Store up to 25,000 contacts
  6. Meet DOCSIS, part 1: The unsung hero of high-speed cable Internet access
Hardware news

  1. AnandTech reports SanDisk-Toshiba take back the crown with a different kind of NAND
  2. TC Magazine: LiteOn debuts its own USB 3.0-connected 12x Blu-ray writer
    and EVGA stealthily intros the GeForce GTX 580 DS Superclocked
  3. Dealzon's deals: New 18.4” Alienware M18x i7-2630QM / 1.5GB GeForce GTX 460M,
    $150 off 13.3” MacBook Pro MC700LL/A i5-2410M, $200 coupon for 14” Lenovo Z470
    102246U i5-2410M, $85 coupon for 12.5” Lenovo ThinkPad X220i i3-2310M, and $100
    for 11.6” Lenovo S205 103827U AMD Fusion

  1. DigiTimes reports robust smartphone and tablet demand to buoy TSMC 2011 revenues
  2. Ars Technica reports AT&T launching slim, 4.5" screen Samsung Infuse "4G"
  3. DailyTech: Sprint and Motorola unveil XPRT, Titanium Android smartphones
  4. Guinness World Records certifies the first dual-core smartphone
  5. WinRumors: Windows Phone Marketplace returns after 7-hour outage
  6. PCPer reviews HTC ThunderBolt
  7. TechReviewSource on HTC Droid Incredible 2
  8. Ars Technica: Barnes & Noble SEC filing reveals plans for new e-reader soon

  1. MS security bulletin advance notification for May 2011
  2. Windows 8 Beta: Windows 8 latest build, build 7996
  3. Ars Technica on Papers 2: Your new best OS X research management app?
  4. Opera Desktop Team: Swordfish and Opera Next

  1. X-bit labs: THQ excited by Nintendo's Project Café - chief executive
  2. Games for Windows Software Setup 3.5
  3. Shacknews reports GOG relaunches with update, free game
    and Duke Nukem Forever trailer examines 'shrinkage'
    and Rage gameplay trailer: Busting bunkers
    and Assassin's Creed Revelations announced
    and Age of Empires Online beta access open for 48 hours
    and Alan Moore hints at making video game
  4. Developer walkthrough - The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Mount Gundabad
  5. Ars Technica on warzones in Star Wars: The Old Republic
  6. Mass Effect Day at Steam (deal expires at noon CDT)
  7. Steam's weekend deal - Men of War franchise 66% off

  1. TechSpot on the best budget & mainstream processors
  2. APH Networks on Intel's Core i3-2120
  3. TweakTown previews ASRock Z68 Pro3 and Extreme4
  4. StorageReview on 6TB Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II
  5. Hi Tech Legion reviews AMD Radeon HD 6670 1GB and HD 6570 512MB
  6. Hardware Heaven reviews Razer BlackWidow ultimate mechanical gaming keyboard
  7. Hardware Secrets reviews SilverStone Raven RV03 case
  8. OCIA reviews Cooler Master Storm Enforcer case
  9. TWL reviews Antec Kühler H₂O 620
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