National Pecan Pie Day Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on July 12, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. C|Net has RIAA's sales numbers: A closer look
  2. 9 to 5 Mac: New Mac Pros and MacBook Airs to launch this week with OS X Lion
  3. Expreview: Specs of Intel Xeon E5 Sandy Bridge-EP CPUs surfaced
  4. Fudzilla reports Bulldozer performance figures are in
    and AMD's triple-core Llano gets tested and
    retailers dumping GTX 480 boards for €200
  5. The Register: ARM daddy simulates human brain with million-chip super
  6. Netbooknews: Solar-powered Samsung NC215s netbook up for preorder at $399
  7. AppleInsider: Apple issues iOS beta 3 with notifications, AirPlay mirroring fixes
  8. Microsoft makes it official: New beta of Windows Intune 2.0 available for download

National Pecan Pie Day

  1. DoJ: We can force you to decrypt that laptop - C|Net
  2. TUAW reports W3C goes after Apple on HTML5 patenting
  3. TechFlash reports U.S. & Canadian judges approve $4.5B Nortel patent sale
    and Amazon-backed LivingSocial closing in on $1B IPO and
    Microsoft, Parallels invest $5M in cloud-based medical data system
    and RealNetworks invests in social video service ClipSync
  4. The Official hp Palm Blog: Next steps for hp webOS
  5. All About Microsoft: Why Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is so bullish on Bing
    and what's on Steve Ballmer's Microsoft priority list now?
  6. Ars Technica: AntiSec targets learn the hard way that whitelists > blacklists
    and judge rules "locker" site is not direct copyright infringer and
    ISPs flip-flop: why do they now support "six strikes" plan?
  7. WinBeta reports PayPal predicts the end of the wallet by 2015
Hardware news

  1. PCWorld: Malware comes with many gadgets, Homeland Security admits
  2. VR-Zone reports Sapphire's Pure Platinum Z68 almost here
  3. Ars Technica reports next-generation memory tech outperforms flash
  4. TC Magazine: PQI introduces 1TB H567L/V portable hard drives
    and Scythe rockin' new 3.5" and 5.25" multi-purpose racks
  5. StorageReview reports Addonics releases 1:11 HDD duplicator
  6. VR-Zone reports 1Gbit/s 802.11ac Wi-Fi demoed by NTT
  7. Dealzon's deals: $120 off 15.6” Asus A52F-XE4 Pentium, $150 coupon for 14.5”
    hp Envy 14 Beats Edition Sandy Bridge, $30 coupon 21.5” hp Omni 200xt all-in-
    one PC, and $32 off Logitech K750 wireless solar keyboard

  1. Ars Technica: 28% of U.S. smartphone owners use them as primary 'net connection
  2. Media tablet sales lag optimistic first quarter targets,
    but forecast remains strong, according to IDC
  3. Microsoft CEO: Windows Phone 7 not successful yet - PCWorld
  4. TUAW: GetJar responds to Apple's cease-and-desist over App Store term
  5. CNNMoney: Apple users buying 61% more apps, paying 14% more per app
  6. PreCentral reports head of webOS Ari Jaaksi responds to TouchPad reviewers
  7. Notebook Italia spots 3G Asus Eee Pad Transformer (in Italian)
  8. Android Developers Blog: New mode for apps on large screens
  9. VR-Zone: HTC to start unlocking devices via firmware updates this August
    and Gingerbread update for HTC Desire to arrive by the end of July and
    Motorola XT531 Domino+ touchscreen Android smartphone to launch in
    August and Samsung Nexus S goes to space on NASA's final space shuttle
  10. Fudzilla reports LG Optimus 2X to get Gingerbread in July
  11. HuffPost Tech reports Philadelphia Media Network to sell
    Android tablets
    featuring preloaded newspaper content
  12. TC Magazine: iRiver Story HD e-reader packs Google eBooks support, to debut this week
  13. SuperSite for Windows looks back at Zune, Zune 2 & Zune 2.5

  1. Wired on how digital detectives deciphered Stuxnet, the most menacing malware in history
  2. Win Rumors: Microsoft has sold 100 million copies of Office 2010 since launch
  3. Microsoft's 'Aurora' hybrid cloud server is available, but Office 365 add-on not until fall
  4. SuperSite for Windows looks back at Windows Home Server
  5. AppleInsider: Apple says Mac OS X Lion due soon, invites developers to submit apps
  6. KDE shows second release candidate of summer release
  7. CentOS 6.0 release notes
  8. Firefox 8 is 20% faster than Firefox 5, matches Chrome 14
  9. Chromium 14.0.818.0
  10. wPrime 2.05 multithreaded benchmark

  1. Shacknews reports Left 4 Dead 2 'Dead Air' will unlock early
    and Star Wars Galaxies' closure explained and
    Batman: Arkahm City trailer showcases Riddler
    and DC Universe Online getting Green Lantern DLC
    and Saints Row: The Third offers pre-order DLC, teases 'Season Pass'
  2. Joystiq reports Fallout New Vegas: Old World Blues trailer is a big ol' pile of crazy
  3. Fudzilla reports no XP support for Battlefield 3
  4. Ars Technica on how a $60 in-game item almost destroyed Eve Online
    and developer-led Xbox Live Indies promotion returns
  5. Expreview's Obutto gaming cockpit review
  6. VR-Zone's Alice: Madness Returns PC game review
  7. Shacknews reports Space Invaders movie optioned
    and Play for Japan album available on iTunes
  8. Steam summer camp sale - last last day (deals end this morning)

  1. TR alum Dustin Sklavos on CyberPower's Compal PBL21: The shark's new teeth
  2. AnandTech's Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 review
  3. The SSD Review on ASRock Z68 Extreme 4
  4. Futurelooks posts Asus Sabertooth P67 (B3 revision) review
  5. Hi Tech Legion's Asus F1A75-V Pro motherboard review
  6. TweakTown reviews 64GB Patriot Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 drive
  7. Hi Tech Legion posts Duke Nukem Forever benchmarks:
    3D Vision tested on all Nvidia 500 series video cards
  8. Hardware Canucks review HIS HD 6970 IceQ Turbo & HD 6950 IceQ X Turbo X
  9. [H]ard|OCP's Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti OC video card review
  10. Funky Kit reviews Rasurbo Xange gaming case
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