Thursday Shortbread


  1. AT&T pushes for congressional investigation into Google
  2. The NY Times reports U.S. begins antitrust inquiries of IBM
  3. Lawmakers seek FCC probe into Google Voice
  4. Twitter in Google, Microsoft licensing talks: report
  5. DigiTimes reports SiS sees growth in September revenues
  6. Dell to shut North Carolina plant, cut 905 workers
  7. Ars Technica reports DRAM study turns assumptions about errors upside down
  8. TweakTown has Nvidia DirectX 11 questionnaire - A response to AMD's views
  9. Fudzilla reports GeForce GT220 to launch October 12
    and Intel worried about GPU viruses
  10. NordicHardware reports Radeon HD 5800 still lacks proper Folding@Home support
  11. C|Net reports Intel Light Peak optical links could arrive in '10
    and Comcast alerts customers to infected PCs
  12. Slate wants you to pay more for iPhone data
  13. Dell plans first U.S. smartphone with AT&T: source
  14. Android to grab no. 2 spot by 2012, says Gartner
  15. TG Daily reports WiMAX has failed, industry guru claims
  16. Google partners with Energy Inc.
  17. Gizmodo reports nuclear batteries solve the shrinking gadget conundrum
  18. Pictures of Acer Aspire Timeline 1820P
  19. Think yourself a sharper TV picture
  20. Website du jour: What browser?
  21. [H]ard|OCP's Core i7 giveaway
  22. Dealzon's deals: $98 off 60GB OCZ Agility SSD, $50 off 1.5 WD Caviar Green, $110 off
    Coby 32" LCD TV, and $60 off Logitech diNovo wireless keyboard - Mac edition

  1. Ars Technica reports Microsoft mulling 128-bit versions of Windows 8, Windows 9
  2. Ballmer: Testers didn't ring Vista warning bells; could the same happen with Windows 7?
  3. C|Net reports Windows 7 doesn't boot faster, study says
  4. Free Windows 7 seminar with Mark Russinovich (and friends)
  5. Ballmer surveys customers, teenage son to fix Windows
  6. DailyTech reports Ballmer downplays role of Windows 7 on increased PC sales
  7. Intel: Moblin opens the way for Atom
  8. Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 5.0 in development (beta program now open)
  9. New ways to try and buy Microsoft Office 2010
  10. Microsoft Exchange 2010 is done and released to manufacturing
  11. TechFlash reports Microsoft forms new group to focus on 'social computing'
  12. The Register reports Parallels bares all with server hypervisor
  13. Disk2vhd v1.0
  14. EVGA SLI enhancement patch version 17
  15. SmartFTP 4.0.1054.0
  16. ClamAV 0.94.x end of life - with prejudice

  1. Maximum PC: Randy Pitchford talks Borderlands, piracy, and why he doesn't trust Valve
  2. Ars Technica reports Sony event puts hardware in back seat, shows off games
  3. TG Daily reports PS3 claims "top home console" slot as Wii sales decline
  4. Digital distribution will outstrip retail 'within 3 years'
  5. Guild Wars 2 RTS interview
  6. Diablo III interview part II: The Monk
  7. Everquest accepting signups for expansion beta
  8. IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey DLC out now
  9. Shacknews reports Dragon Age: Origins' release day DLC priced
  10. The latest on the Archon remake
  11. Alleged Max Payne 3 trailer
  12. Obsidian's Chris Avellone talks Black Isle's Fallout 3 and Alpha Protocol
  13. New hotfix for Risen
  14. Empire: Total War update released
  15. 'Modern Warfare' trailer: Does Washington burning go too far?
  16. FiringSquad reviews Batman: Arkham Asylum
  17. Researchers mod Unreal Tournament to teach science

  1. MSI announces Big Bang - The first motherboard with THX TruStudio PC
  2. VR-Zone reports Sony unveils its new Vaio lineup
  3. LanOC Reviews on the rise of the online gaming PC
  4. Ars Technica reviews Synology DS409slim
  5. Experview reports Asus Radeon HD 5770 benchmarked
  6. Leveling up your eyesight with gaming glasses? Ars explores
  7. [H]ard|OCP reviews OCZ Z850M PSU
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