TV Dinner Day Shortbread


— 2:23 AM on September 10, 2011

7 Up

  1. CBC News reports 6.4 magnitude quake shakes southwest B.C.
  2. Bloomberg: AOL said to discuss deal with Yahoo! advisers
  3. PreCentral: TouchPads trickling out; hit TigerDirect and QVC, sell out faster than a politician
  4. Ars Technica: Ubuntu technical board member proposes monthly Ubuntu release cycle
  5. Gamasutra reports EA's Origin hosting third-party content 'very soon'; 4M client installs
  6. Battlefield 3 Guillotine gameplay teaser
  7. The first Max Payne 3 trailer is coming next week - Wed. 9/14

TV Dinner Day

  1. TechFlash reports Congress passes patent law; what it means for tech
  2. Computerworld reports Intel, Microsoft's alliance faces test at IDF
  3. AppleInsider: Apple wins permanent ban on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany
  4. Ars Technica: Office 365, Google Docs go down again, could give pause to the cloud-wary
  5. Bloomberg reports Google wins chance to prove cloud security
  6. X-bit labs: Intel invests in Gaikai cloud video game streaming service
  7. Ars Technica reports Canadian ISPs ordered to out users in Hurt Locker case
  8. All About Microsoft: MS to give Hotmail an image (and feature) makeover
  9. NinjaLane's podcast
Hardware news

  1. Engadget: Asus N55SF, N75SF multimedia laptops are back... in piano black
    and Corsair Flash Voyager, GT, Survivor get a USB 3.0 support
  2. TC Magazine: Club 3D unveils its GeForce GTX 560 Ti Green Edition graphics card
  3. VR-Zone: Blackmagic Design announces affordable Thunderbolt HD video capture solution
  4. Real World Labs and Thermaltake joint contest
  5. Newegg has summer's end savings
Mobile

  1. AppleInsider reports developer offers glimpse inside Apple's secrecy efforts
  2. Hardware Heaven's 10.1" Hannspree HANNSpad Android tablet review
  3. AppleInsider: Sprint rumored to retain unlimited data plans after iPhone 5 arrives
  4. Ars Technica on the Droid Bionic
  5. Engadget: Adobe unveils new software tools, adds iOS-compatible streaming video option
    and Netflix 1.4 brings playback to 'all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices'
  6. TechCrunch: After Ice Cream Sandwich comes... Jelly Bean
Software

  1. Ars Technica: Intel denies giving up on MeeGo, but that doesn't mean much
    and Microsoft posts security bulletin 4 days early, scrambles to fix mistake
  2. Computerworld reports hacker claims he can exploit Windows Update
  3. AppleInsider: Apple releases Mac OS X security update 2011-005 to stop certificate fraud
  4. TUAW: Snow Leopard and Lion neck-and-neck on Thunderbolt file transfers
  5. BCW reviews Mozilla Firefox 6
  6. Wine 1.3.28
  7. Firefox 6.0.2 update for openSUSE 11.4
Gaming

  1. OXM: Steam "Xbox support" section outed, Valve downloads service tipped for 360
  2. WoW's dev water cooler - rate of change
  3. ThinkComputers on Warhammer 40K: Space Marine
  4. Hardware Heaven's Resistance 3 review (PS3)
  5. The GeForce StarCraft II Pro/Am Tournament
Systems and storage

  1. CowcotLand reviews MSI GT780DXR (in French)
  2. OC3D on PCI Express 3 - Gigabyte vs. MSI
  3. TweakTown reviews Sapphire Pure Platinum Z68
  4. [H]ard|OCP reviews Asus Crosshair V Formula
  5. APH Networks on 8GB G.Skill Ripjaws-X F3-14900CL9D-8GBXL memory kit
  6. Legit Reviews on 64GB Super Talent TeraDrive CT3 SSD
  7. Kitguru's Synology Rackstation RS2211+ review
Multimedia, power, and cooling

  1. TweakTown's AVerMedia HomeFree AVplus TV and iPad streaming box review
  2. LanOC Reviews on SteelSeries Sensei mouse
  3. VR-Zone's Corsair TX750M PSU review
  4. X-bit labs review Prolimatech Genesis cooler
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