Saturday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on October 29, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. X-bit labs: ARM unleashes ARMv8 64-bit architecture
  2. VR-Zone reports AMD's next-gen GPUs to ship in 2011
    and more next-gen GPU codenames revealed
  3. SemiAccurate's exclusive: AMD far future prototype GPU pictured
  4. The New York Times on what's really next for Apple in television
  5. AppleInsider reports all prospects for an internal hp webOS largely destroyed
  6. C|Net: Microsoft holding Windows Phone 'backstage' event Nov. 7
  7. Windows Phone Blog: Demo of the Xbox Companion app
  8. The Guardian: Apple engineers contacting iPhone 4S owners to solve battery life puzzle


  1. The world's top 9 countries with the fastest Internet speeds: Akamai
  2. AppleInsider: Motorola Mobility loses $32 million as Xoom sales collapse in Q3
  3. VG24/7 on EA's Q2 - Battlefield 3 ships over 10 million units
  4. AppleInsider reports Apple planning solar farm opposite NC data center
  5. DealBook: For Google, a new high in deal-making (thanks Neutronbeam)
  6. Google posts an update on Google TV
  7. Fudzilla: Qualcomm claims first 28nm part to market
  8. TC Magazine: Shuttle intros the H7 5820S mini workstation with Matrox
    graphics and Giada F100 mini PC coming with 32nm Atom support and
    EVGA serves up Batman: Arkham City-themed GeForce GTX 580
    and Gigabyte preps the GZ-PD Plus PC chassis
  9. VR-Zone reports Belkin announces new wireless routers
  10. Fudzilla reports PowerColor's Devil 13 HD 6970 goes full monty
  11. Engadget podcast 262
  12. Engadget on how Arduino got its start: a behind the scenes revelation
  13. Win the new Sapphire HD 6970 Battlefield 3 FleX Edition from Kitguru

  1. Droid Life: New Xoom2 models appear in Verizon system sporting up to 64GB and 4G LTE
  2. AllThingsD on Xoom gloom: Motorola shipped just 100,000 tablets in Q3
  3. Engadget: hp 'officially' out of TouchPads, Best Buy can still help you out
  4. X-bit labs: Nokia remains top mobile phone vendor as smartphone sales slow
  5. PCWorld: Samsung to sell phones with flexible screens next year
  6. TekGoblin: Apple exploring ways to control iOS devices from a distance
  7. Windows Phone Blog: Mango is being delivered to 100% of eligible phones around the world
  8. TC Magazine: Acer Allegro Windows Phone announced, to debut in November
  9. Phone Arena: Pictures of LG Prada K2 leak; design still in flux
  10. Fudzilla reports Shadowgun brings Quake-looking games to phones

  1. WinRumors: Windows Media Center returns to Windows 8 in build 8141
  2. PCWorld on Windows XP: Pros and cons of not upgrading
  3. PCWorld chronicles the life and times of Windows XP
  4. AppleInsider: Adobe Photoshop CS6 to adopt Aperture-like theme, new 3D functionality
    and Apple updates Thunderbolt software, Aperture, and printer drivers
  5. Betanews: FoxIt Reader 5.1 goes social—Facebook and Twitter
  6. QuickTime 7.7.1 for Windows
  7. Apple Lossless Audio Codec

  1. Joystiq: Nintendo adding sleep mode downloads to 3DS eShop, planning web interface
  2. Android-powered video game consoles: the time is right - Betanews
  3. Joystiq's Battlefield 3 console review: Squad score bonus
  4. Scream Fortress Very Scary Halloween Special
  5. October 2011 UDK Beta
  6. Diablo II patch 1.13d
Systems and storage

  1. on dual-booting Ubuntu 11.10, Windows 7 on a PC with 2 hard drives
  2. Guru3D rig of the month - October 2011
  3. HotHardware reviews Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 Plus
  4. PCStats has AMD FX-8150 Bulldozer tested - Windows 8 vs. Windows 7 performance
  5. Battlefield 3 benchmarked at TechSpot: GPU & CPU performance test
  6. Guru3D runs Battlefield 3 VGA and CPU performance benchmarks
  7. ocaholic on Asus P9X79 Deluxe: layout and design
  8. reviews OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid
Graphics, case, and cooling

  1. Kitguru on Sapphire HD 6970 Battlefield 3 Flex Edition
  2. Björn3D and PureOC review BitFenix Outlaw case
  3. X-bit labs review Cooler Master GeminII S524 & Deep
    Cool Fiend Shark and Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM
  4. FrostyTech reviews Zalman CNPS11X Extreme heatsink
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