Boxing Day Shortbread

— 2:36 AM on December 26, 2011

7 Up

  1. Engadget: Bell Canada will stop throttling your P2P traffic, might charge instead
  2. The Verge: Sony sells Samsung stake in LCD joint venture for $939 million
  3. BBC News: Bare bones Raspberry Pi PC gets ready to launch
  4. VR-Zone: Chinese high-end CPUs are now in the game - details: part 2, Alpha
  5. Engadget: LG's 55" 'world's largest' OLED
    HDTV panel is official, coming to CES 2012
  6. IEEE Spectrum: The strange birth and long life of Unix
  7. Humble Indie Bundle 4 breaks $2 million

Boxing Day

  1. Razer secures $50M in first round of venture capital funding
  2. Ars Technica: Can 17,000 patents help Android win a legal Cold War?
  3. Switched On: The year of reversal
  4. Ars Technica: Google tries to kick Authors Guild out of court in book case
  5. TorrentFreak: Hurt Locker BitTorrent lawsuit dies, but not without controversy
  6. Neowin's editorial: The film industry is asking for piracy
  7. The Verge: Moscow State University buying a 10-petaflop supercomputer
  8. Guru3D Christmas 2011 competition
  9. Win a Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition from t-break

  1. Tbreak's Sony Ericsson Xperia Active review
  2. The Verge reports Tizi Remote iOS app controls
    TV with iPhone, changes channels with Siri
  3. WPCentral: Visual Studio Achievements for Windows Phone beta
Software and gaming

  1. PCStats shares 99 performance tips for Windows XP v1.7
  2. Nvidia Inspector 1.95.7 (direct download)
  3. Joystiq's PSA: "Gun-like' Avatar items disappearing from XBLM on Jan. 1
  4. io9 on a Portal Christmas tree

  1. Phoronix on AMD A8-3870K - Radeon HD 6550D graphics
  2. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - ARMD emulation type
  3. Tbreak's Asus Rampage IV Extreme review
  4. Funky Kit reviews Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5
  5. Madshrimps review 32GB Super Talent ST4 USB 3.0 flash drive
  6. Ars Technica's hands-on: MCE external Blu-ray
    drive for Mac trades one bag of hurt for another
  7. Engadget's GoPro HD Hero 2 review
  8. CowcotLand reviews 850W Enermax Revolution 87+ PSU (in French)
  9. FrostyTech reviews Zalman CNPS12X heatsink
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