Sunday Shortbread

— 12:00 AM on July 29, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. AllThingsD: Apple's "Samsung Didn't Copy Us" ad campaign postponed
  2. ZDNet: Is Valve's Linux gamble over Windows 8 a shot in the dark?
  3. $49 Android PC's ROM, kernel, and bootloader released
  4. CBR: Intel, Google revamping Android 4.1 for Atom-powered devices
  5. C|Net: Is Google headed toward an Android Nexus PC?
  6. TechCrunch: Let's not get too excited about Google Fiber... yet
  7. Engadget: Is hp showing the Slate 8 in its latest commercial?
  8. Zuckerberg: Facebook phone 'wouldn't make much sense' - LA Times


  1. Leaked RIAA report: SOPA / PIPA "ineffective
    " against music piracy - TorrentFreak
  2. Skype's Big Blog: What does Skype's architecture do?
  3. The Raw Story: NSA director shows up at hacker conference to recruit talent
  4. WSJ: Apple, Google line up to bid for Kodak's patents
  5. InfoWorld: Can open source save hp?
  6. TechCrunch on a unique view inside an hp laptop assembly line
  7. Engadget: MSI outs new CR41 notebook
  8. Apple's Labor Day TV ad
  9. NCIX and Newegg have weekend deals

  1. Engadget: Google posts Android 4.1 Jelly Bean images for Nexus devices
  2. The Huffington Post: iPhone prototypes that never left Apple's lab
  3. Engadget's AT&T Garnet Red Galaxy S III hands-on
Software and gaming

  1. Microsoft: Windows 8 team makes new builds every day - Neowin
  2. MCV: Retail wants 249.99 Wii U... but lower price could surprise trade
  3. PSX Extreme: Work on GT6 began "immediately after" GT5 was complete
  4. KitGuru's The Amazing Spider-Man review (PS3)
  5. Techreaction's End of Nations beta key giveaway

  1. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - display card priority
  2. X-bit labs post Kingston SSDs roundup
  3. PCPer's HTPC perspective: Get excited about CableCARDs and tuners
  4. TestFreaks review Diablotek Abyss white case
  5. NikKTech's Cadence Josh Chadwick watch review
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