Wednesday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on October 26, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Harvard Business Review: Steve Jobs solved The Innovator's Dilemma
  2. ABI: Tablet shipments exploded in Q2 to surpass netbooks for the first time
  3. VR-Zone cites report: AMD Brazos 2.0 in Q1 2012
  4. TC Magazine reports EVGA X79 FTW pictured, prepping its arrival
    and quartet of Gigabyte X79 motherboards slide into view
  5. VR-Zone's first look: Asus ROG Rampage IV Extreme (Intel X79) - hardcore is back
  6. Legit Reviews on Asus Intel X79 motherboards -
    P9X79, TUF, WS & ROG Rampage IV Extreme
  7. Then and now: What 10 years with XP looks like - Windows Experience Blog
  8. FinalWire unleashes AIDA64 v2.00

Wednesday

  1. Wired reports John McCarthy, father of AI and Lisp, dies at 84
  2. WSJ reports ARM's profit doubles
  3. TechFlash reports Amazon's sales jump 44%, net income dives by 73%
  4. Huff Post Tech: U.N's Broadband Commission for Digital
    Development sets target to connect poor to high-speed Internet
  5. Hi Tech Legion's Nvidia GeForce LAN 6 October 14-16 2011 coverage
  6. VR-Zone: Samsung launches Series 7 Gamer and Chronos notebook PCs
    and Gigabyte to add 3-way digital PWMs on its X79 motherboards
  7. Samsung 830 SSD drive now available - the PC transformation begins today
  8. TC Magazine: Sapphire launches Radeon HD 6970 Battlefield 3 Special Edition
    and Thermaltake reveals the Saphira gaming mouse and White-Ra mouse pad
  9. Engadget: Ben Heck gets into the pinball business for real, pre-orders begin in January
  10. Joystiq reports Richard Garriott wins lawsuit against NCsoft (again)
  11. Engadget HD podcast 271
  12. Dealzon's deals: $300 off 17.3” Toshiba Qosmio X770-BT5G24 i7-2670QM / GeForce 560M,
    $170 off 15.6” Toshiba L750-ST5NX2 i3-2330M, $200 off 14” Toshiba L740-ST4N02 i3-
    2310M, and $60 off 21.5” Hanns-G HL227DBB 1080p LED monitor
Mobile

  1. Engadget: Freescale joins ARM A5 & M4 cores at the hip for performance & power savings
  2. AppleInsider reports Apple updates iPad 2 Smart Covers with color changes
  3. Ad Age reports Nokia Windows Phone likely to miss holidays in U.S.
  4. WinRumors has an exclusive: Nokia to launch Lumia 800 and 710 Windows Phones [pics]
  5. Engadget: Want folders on your Windows Phone? There may soon be a way (video)
  6. TechSpot's HTC Titan review: Windows Phone 7.5 on a giant screen
  7. Tbreak's hands-on with the Motorola Razr
  8. Engadget reports Nexus S port of Ice Cream Sandwich
    is available if you can stand some rough edges
  9. Engadget: Siri shows up on an iPod touch, no longer plays favorites in the iOS family
Software and gaming

  1. Inside the Linux kernel 3.0 at TechRadar
  2. HowtoForge on the perfect desktop: Ubuntu Studio 11.10
  3. Lifehacker's Linux desktop faceoff: GNOME 3 vs. Ubuntu Unity
  4. Google Chrome Stable release (15.0.874.102)
  5. Betanews reports WinZip 16 goes 64-bit
  6. X-bit labs: Microsoft's Xbox Next may carry "Loop" name
  7. Joystiq reports World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
    sets a new direction for Blizzard's first MMO
  8. Harmonix: Rock Band in for a 'fundamental creative reinterpretation'
  9. [H]ard|OCP's Battlefield 3 performance preview
Systems, storage, and multimedia

  1. GeForce.com: How to build a Battlefield 3 PC
  2. Legit Reviews reviews Asus Crosshair V Formula
  3. TWL reviews ASRock Z68 Extreme7 Gen3
  4. Tbreak reviews 120GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD
  5. Hardware Heaven reviews Palit GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo
  6. Engadget's Canon EOS-1D X first hands-on (video)
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. techPowerUp! reviews 850W NZXT HALE90 PSU
  2. Funky Kit on 700W Cougar CMX and 620W JouJye Linkable 80+ Bronze PSUs
  3. Neoseeker reviews Corsair Carbide 500R case
  4. Hardware Secrets reviews BitFenix Merc Alpha case
  5. BCCHardware and Kitguru review NZXT Havik 140 cooler
  6. Hi Tech Legion reviews Scythe Mugen 3 PCGH Edition CPU cooler
  7. Hardware Secrets reviews Rosewill RCX-ZAIO-92 CPU cooler
   
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