Labor Day Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on September 3, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. ZDNet: AMD 'Trinity' APU pricing leaks
  2. Oracle security alert for CVE-2012-4681
  3. iTWire: Torvalds pours scorn on De Icaza's desktop claims
    and why the Linux desktop has not gained traction
  4. Google Fiber Blog: Another look at Fiberhood thresholds
  5. Intel reveals architecture details of Intel Xeon Phi co-processor
  6. DigiTimes: Microsoft fails to pacify PC vendors about Surface tablets
  7. SamMobile's Galaxy Note II first hands-on video
  8. Newegg's Labor Day deals (today only)

Labor Day

  1. Walmart announces new search engine to power Walmart.com
  2. WSJ on the joys of urban tech
  3. Ars Technica: How video copyright went insane
  4. Engadget: Sennheiser unveils HDVA 600 analog headphone amp, asks for $1,600
    Nokia's Purity HD stereo headset by Monster goes Pro, gains Bluetooth, NFC &
    noise cancellation and 50 Cent talks up two new headphones in his SMS Audio
    line (video)
  5. Giveaway at The SSD Review: 512GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD
  6. NCIX PC Vesta i5 3350 CE - exceeding Guild Wars 2 recommended settings at $999
  7. Dealzon's deals: $600 coupon for 17.3" Alienware M17x i7-2670QM,
    $170 off 15.6" Lenovo Z580 i5-3210M / GeForce GT 630M, and
    $229 off 11.6" MacBook Air i5-2467M
Mobile

  1. WSJ: Amazon is developing an ad-supported tablet
  2. Mozilla Services: Retiring Firefox Home
  3. Pocket-lint: Android users finally buying paid
    apps
    , download numbers catching iPhone
  4. Android Police: Evernote app update to version
    4.2
    , brings Jelly Bean notification enhancements
Software and gaming

  1. Softpedia: Canonical drops alternate CDs from Ubuntu 12.10
  2. Everyday Linux User: Linux Mint 13 with a hint of Cinnamon
  3. JavaWorld on GitHub
  4. CVG on Assassin's Creed 3: Exclusive new multiplayer details revealed
  5. Black Mesa to be released on September 14th
  6. God of War Ascension Furies trailer
  7. Gnome Games heading toward 3.6
   
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