Sunday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on January 22, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. VR-Zone on Intel's Medfield Atom - impact on smartphones and tablets?
  2. X-bit labs: Sales of Intel Atom hit all-time low: netbooks doomed
    and Intel vows to integrate 4G tech into chips
  3. Fudzilla: Haier unveils complete wireless 55" LCD HDTV
  4. Redmond Pie: Jailbreak iPhone 4S, iPad 2 untethered on iOS 5.0.1 using Absinthe
    and Counter-Strike now available on Android via unofficial port
  5. Building Windows 8: Building the next generation file system for Windows: ReFS
  6. XDA Developers: Security Enhanced Android released by NSA
  7. Alan Wake PC FAQ
  8. BioWare Blog: Mass Effect 3 on Game Trailers TV (GTTV)


  1. Fudzilla reports Acer ultrabooks to hold nearly 35% of its 2012 shipments
  2. MegaTechNews covers CES 2012: Asus and Cooler Master
  3. Newegg's Weekend Express

  1. Phone Arena: Verizon already running Voice-over-LTE
    in two cities, plans national rollout next year
  2. Droid Life: Droid Razr Maxx all but confirmed for January 26 launch according
    to Verizon and Asus Transformer Prime update rolling out as build
  3. Android Community: hp TouchPad gets an Ice Cream Sandwich port via CyanogenMod
  4. Fudzilla: Sony unveils SmartWatch device for Android users
  5. Droid Life: Angry Birds Seasons updated, it's time for the year of the dragon
Software and gaming

  1. Ars Technica: Microsoft gives a glimpse of the Windows 8 store experience
  2. AnandTech reports Windows 8 mobile broadband enhancements detailed
  3. Claims by Anonymous about Symantec source code
  4. TechEye reports Oracle database has huge flaw
  5. TUAW: iTunes 10.5.3 now available, adds iBooks 2 textbook sync
  6. Phoronix on an open-source, reverse-engineered Mali GPU driver

  1. PureOC's Asus P9X79 motherboards roundup
  2. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews GeChic's On-Lap 1301 laptop monitor
  3. Funky Kit reviews Arctic E641-BM earphones
  4. Hardware Heaven's Enermax Briskie wireless keyboard and mouse combo review
  5. techPowerUp! reviews 1250W XFX ProSeries PSU
  6. Legit Reviews on Maingear's Epic T1000 - phase-changing thermal material
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