Friday Shortbread


  1. Ars Technica reports EU taunts US: Net neutrality's better here
  2. The Register: Windows 7, Bing, and mobile will determine Ballmer's future
  3. High hopes and big risks in tech earnings
  4. DigiTimes reports Gigabyte September revenues up on year, but mobo shipments
    will drop in 4Q09 and TSMC posts revenue drop for September 2009
  5. Seagate to report Q1 financial results on 10/20/09
  6. TG Daily reports IBM moves to eliminate patent trolls
  7. VR-Zone reports AMD reveals new roadmap, Scorpius platform
    in 2011 and rumor: ATI next generation codenames
  8. Fudzilla reports ATI next generation is codenamed Hecatoncheires
  9. FiringSquad reports Nvidia issues statement on future Intel chipsets
  10. C|Net reports Nvidia is in the throes of remaking itself
  11. Expreview reports Elpida develops the smallest 40nm 2GB DDR3 SDRAM
  12. Ars Technica: Is AT&T about to clamp down on heaviest iPhone data users?
  13. Per-byte broadband billing is neither necessary nor inevitable
  14. DailyTech reports UK manager says major labels steal more music than filesharers
  15. Barnes & Noble to sell own electronic reader: report
  16. PCs are best for reading, Microsoft's Ballmer says
  17. TG Daily reports Hadron Collider could test a hyperdrive
  18. Microsoft reveals Office Winter Games contest
  19. Dealzon's deals: $25 off 1TB Iomega Select external HD
    and $55 off Logitech ClearChat wireless headset

  1. Microsoft security bulletin advance notification for October 2009
  2. TechFlash reports Microsoft patent looks to put time limit on software licenses
  3. Windows 8 to be 128-bit only? LOL
  4. Ballmer: Windows 7 to provide just a small bump (to PC sales)
  5. [H]ard|OCP reports Windows 7 house party packs arrive
  6. Microsoft to add OneNote and SharePoint clients to next Office Mobile release?
  7. iPhone OS 3.1.2 released
  8. Adobe brings to the iPhone
  9. Clever Adobe compilation sneaks Flash apps onto iPhone
  10. Ars Technica reports file-hosting site up in arms over Firefox plug-in
  11. Sophos offering free data-loss prevention software
  12. LPC: 25 years of X
  13. Website du jour: Windows 7 Sins

  1. Massive GM: Advertising makes games better, when done right
  2. Why ad-blockers, ad-skippers, and other user-control technologies are legal
  3. Hackers target Xbox Live
  4. Fudzilla reports Nvidia expects DirectX 11 titles in 6 to 12 months
  5. Walmart launches web-based used game sales
  6. Is single-player gaming in danger of extinction?
  7. Borderlands has gone gold
  8. Big Download reports World of Warcraft finally rated in Australia
  9. China launches crackdown on online gaming
  10. Video game 'Halo' spins off books, action figures, and more
  11. Shacknews reports Xbox 360 avatars get $4 NFL jerseys
  12. Windows 7 causing Diablo II video troubles
  13. Announcing 2.601 hotfix for Company of Heroes
  14. GameTrailers TV featuring Modern Warfare 2
  15. FiringSquad reviews Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
  16. The 10 worst FPS games of the past decade
  17. Steam's weekend deal - Save 50% on all Hitman games

  1. AnandTech on the basic "server building block" for your virtual infrastructure
  2. Expreview reports Radeon HD 5700 series specs finalized
  3. SuperSite's Zune HD review part 5: The big picture
  4. VR-Zone reviews Garmin-Asus nuvifone G60
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