Tuesday Shortbread

— 2:16 AM on December 27, 2011

Eight is Enough

  1. Fudzilla reports Intel considers Qualcomm threat no.1
  2. Reuters: Intel's smartphone guru angles for smooth landing
  3. DigiTimes reports Intel Thunderbolt to be available in April
  4. DigiTimes: Acer not to give up tablet PCs, says founder
  5. The Verge: Transformer Prime production to continue despite Hasbro lawsuit
  6. Fudzilla: Dual-GPU HD 7990 coming in Q1 and
    AMD Radeon HD 7970 to be in healthy supply
  7. Joystiq: Minicraft 2 in the works and needs a better name, Notch reveals
  8. Epic Community: 16 developer tips for mastering Infinity Blade II


  1. WSJ: Directors at RIM pressed to exert control
  2. Namecheap Blog: GoDaddy and transfer issues
  3. TorrentFreak: While drafting SOPA, the U.S. House harbors BitTorrent pirates
  4. VR-Zone: Chinese high-end CPUs are now in
    the game - details: part 3 - ARM and others
  5. DigiTimes: Intel adjusts Atom development focus, say sources
  6. VR-Zone: Upcoming dual-Xeon E5 Socket 2011
    boards: How about 4 X 16 PCIe slots, native?
  7. VR-Zone: Sony and Samsung part ways on LCD partnership and
    Samsung is hoping for 2012 to be the year of transparent LCDs
  8. The Verge: Some Logitech Revue Google TV boxes shipped with 'corrupted firmware'
  9. Engadget: LG unveils new 3D glasses, hopes lighter
    and better looking spectacles drive adoption
  10. Win an MSI X79A-GD65 from Tbreak
  11. Win an 850W OCZ ZX series from Kitguru
  12. Newegg's After-Christmas sale
  13. Dealzon's deals: $425 coupon for 14.5" hp Envy 14 and Beats Edition, $220 coupon
    for 14” Lenovo Y460p i5-2410M / Radeon HD 6550M, $135 off for 240GB Kingston
    HyperX 2.5" SSD, $200 off for 23” Samsung S23A750D 3D LED monitor & $320 off
    for 55” Element ELGFW551 1080p LCD HDTV (refurb)

  1. DigiTimes: Google Nexus launch likely to affect
    sales of Android 4.0 tablet PCs, say sources
  2. Engadget: CUPP's PunkThis graduates to tablets,
    earns a degree in security (hands-on video)
  3. The Verge: Kindle Fire hacked to run 'pre-alpha' version of Android 4.0
  4. 9to5Mac: Analyst disses iPad mini as new mockup
    measures 7.85" iPad against 9.7" iPad
  5. Fudzilla's Asus Transformer Slider review
  6. HotHardware reviews Sony Tablet S
  7. Engadget: LG announces ICS upgrades to begin in Q2 2012
  8. VR-Zone: LG Fantasy Windows Mango Phone with 4" IPS touchscreen leaked
  9. Fudzilla reports Samsung Galaxy S III coming in Q1
  10. AppleInsider: Foxconn to double size of iPhone plant making it biggest in world
  11. 9to5Mac: Free, legal Siri port for all jailbroken iOS 5 devices now availabe
  12. PocketNow: HTC Super Tool promises to root a variety of phones
  13. Engadget: WindowBreak Project seeks universal
    developer unlock tool for Windows Phone (video)
  14. Legit Reviews on Energizer iSurge travel charging station
Software and gaming

  1. AppleInsider: Apple explains iTunes Match with video, FAQ
  2. Boxee 1.5 & fall software update
  3. RockMelt Beta 5
  4. The Verge on JXD S7100: a 7" Android 2.2 tablet with gaming controls
  5. Shacknews reports Hitman: Profession trademark registered
Systems and storage

  1. bit-tech's mod of the year 2011
  2. Guru3D's rig of the month - December 2011
  3. TechReviewSource on Acer Aspire Z5771-UR31P AIO
  4. Phoronix does AMD A8-3870K Llano APU Linux overclocking
  5. AnandTech's Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 review
  6. TweakTown's ECS X79R-AX review
  7. ocinside reviews ASRock Z68 Pro3 Gen3
  8. APH Networks on Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3P
  9. Björn3D reviews Asus 990FX Sabertooth
  10. OCC reviews 256GB Corsair Performance Pro SSD
Multimedia, power, and cases

  1. VR-Zone's Club3D Radeon HD 6870 X2 review
  2. PC Watch on Creative's Sound Blaster Recon3D (in Japanese)
  3. techPowerUp! reviews Parrot AR.Drone
  4. Hardware Secrets reviews 650W Rosewill HIVE PSU
  5. TechReaction reviews BitFenix Outlaw case
  6. Real World Labs on NZXT Phantom 410 case
  7. MissingRemote on Streacom FC5 silent HTPC case
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