Thanksgiving Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on November 24, 2011

The Starting Five

  1. Yahoo! sale: Microsoft reportedly shows interest,
    gains access to books - The Huffington Post
  2. X-bit labs: hp's Project Odyssey to wed Itanium with Xeon processors and
    Corsair breaks memory clock-speed world record using AMD FX chips
  3. ATi-Forum: False reports in circulation about AMD (in German)
  4. VR-Zone reports Intel's Cedar Trail mobile Atom pushed back, again
  5. Engadget: Lenovo's diminutive Q180 HTPC dishes out multiimedia for $349
    and modular USB flash drive concept offers a new way to sort your data


  1. Reuters: Western Digital cleared to buy Hitachi disk drive business
  2. Network World reports MIT touts optical computing breakthrough
  3. Engadget: Nvidia's Tesla GPU powers Tsubame 2.0 to green supercomputer supremacy
  4. AnandTech reports Origin PC offers ready-to-ship gaming system
  5. VR-Zone reports Team Group intros X101 mid-range USB 3.0 flash drive
  6. DailyTech: Contact lens capable of displaying text and images is almost at hand
  7. Win a $50 gift card from Big Bruin
  8. Newegg's Black Friday deals
  9. Newegg's Black Friday Phase II
  10. Dealzon's deals: $500 coupon for hp dv7t Quad i7-2670QM / Radeon HD 6490M /
    Blu-ray, $300 off for 15.6” hp dv6t Quad i7-2670QM / Radeon HD 6490M,
    $300 coupon for 15.6” Lenovo Z570 i7-2670QM / 8GB RAM, $150 off 15.6”
    hp G6s i5-2430M, $80 coupon for Haier 32-inch LCD TV, and $10 off iPod
    nano 6th gen multi-touch

  1. DailyTech reports China is now the world's largest smartphone market
  2. Production starts for iPad 3 QXGA display: analyst - C|Net
  3. TechSpot's Amazon Kindle Fire review
  4. Techgage: Should tablets and smartphones be considered "PCs?"
  5. AnandTech has Amazon's Silk acceleration tested:
    Less bandwidth consumed, but slower performance
  6. TechCrunch: The App Store game subscription plan that wasn't
Software and gaming

  1. Phoronix: Intel HiZ is finally ready for Sandy Bridge
  2. SeaMonkey 2.5
  3. Joystiq: Trine 2 co-op works cross-platform, from PC to Mac, available now in beta
  4. PC Perspective on Batman: Arkham City DX11 stuttering issue
  5. AnandTech reviews Minecraft (PC)
  6. Hardware Heaven reviews Need for Speed: The Run (Xbox
    360 / PS3) and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Systems and storage

  1. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews Toshiba DX735 AIO
    and Toshiba Qosmio F755-3D290: glasses-free 3D?
  2. techPowerUp! reviews Arctic MC001-BD media center
  3. TechReviewSource on Samsung Series 9 (NP900X3A-B01UB)
  4. TweakTown reviews Core i7-3930K
  5. Neoseeker on 16GB G.Skill RipjawsZ DDR3 1866MHz quad-channel memory kit
  6. AnandTech, Hardware Heaven, HotHardware, PC Perspective, The
    SSD Review
    , and TweakTown on 512GB OCZ Octane SATA 3 SSD
  7. KitGuru on 256GB Samsung 470 Series and 240GB Patriot Pyro SE & Wildfire SSDs
  8. ocaholic reviews Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0
  9. Björn3D reviews QNAP TS-219 PII

  1. OCC reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 FleX Battlefield 3 Edition
  2. Futurelooks reviews Gigabyte Radeon HD 6670 OC 1GB
  3. Overclockers Online reviews 55" Samsung UN55D7000 LED HDTV
  4. Hardware Heaven reviews AC Ryan Veolo smart Android hub
    and SteelSeries Diablo III gaming gear - headset and mouse
  5. LanOC Reviews on Razer Transformers 3 Vespula
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. techPowerUp! reviews 700W LEPA G700-MA PSU
  2. Hi Tech Legion reviews Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra case
  3. OC3D reviews CM Storm Trooper case
  4. Real World Labs on Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition case
  5. ProClockers review Prolimatech Panther CPU cooler
  6. PureOC reviews XSPC EX360 radiator
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