Sunday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on July 22, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. AMD: Macroeconomic situation in the world slowing down microprocessor business
  2. X-bit labs: AMD does not see necessity in third foundry partner
  3. Shuttleworth: Next year 5% of the world's PCs will ship with Ubuntu pre-installed
  4. Ars Technica: Dell launching Sputnik, the Ubuntu developer laptop, this year
  5. Electronista: Galaxy Note II benchmarks show up with impressive scores
  6. X-bit labs: Microsoft Windows Phone 8 may hit the market in November
  7. Engadget: Nexus 7 hooks up with external
    USB storage, floppy drive for retro-gaming
  8. Ars Technica: Microsoft attacked for five-figure Xbox 360 "patch fee" (updated)

Sunday

  1. ZDNet: Steve Jobs Android comments barred from Apple-Samsung trial
  2. Ars Technica: Google acquires Sparrow, integrates it into the Gmail team
  3. Engadget: Spotify marks its first anniversary in the U.S.
    with 13 billion listens, a whole lot of sharing goin' on
  4. Rethink Digg
  5. Geek.com: Raspberry Pi turned into a portable workstation
  6. MIT Technology Review: Microsoft mulls a stylus for any screen
  7. CanonWatch: First images of Canon's mirrorless camera
    and EF-M 22mm f/2 lens hit the web (rumor)
Mobile

  1. Engadget's tablet buyer's guide: Summer 2012 edition
  2. Fudzilla: Nexus S gets Jellybeaned, blows ICS out of the water
Software and gaming

  1. AppleInsider: In-app purchasing exploit discovered for OS X apps
  2. Phoronix: Ubuntu's Unity desktop comes to Fedora 17
  3. Engadget: Firefox 15 beta boasts support for Opus
    audio format, reduces add-on memory leaks
  4. Ars Technica: How can you help non-programmers
    understand the development process?
  5. EA CEO talks to CNBC about stock lows, future of gaming
  6. VR-Zone: Minecraft creator sued by patent troll
  7. Massively: Guild Wars 2's Sanctum of Rall shard named after late gamer
  8. World of Warcraft PTR patch 5.0.4 notes
Hardware

  1. Linux.com: Build a serious multimedia production workstation with Arch Linux
  2. Engadget's Acer Aspire S5 review
  3. AnandTech's Biostar TZ77XE4 review
  4. VR-Zone on 6TB WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo and Asus
    ThunderboltEX: High-speed mass storage on Windows
  5. AnandTech's EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Classified review
  6. Fudzilla tests Cooler Master Storm Sonuz headset
  7. AnandTech's Fractal Design Define R4 case review
 
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