Friday Shortbread


  1. Microsoft confirms data recovery for Sidekick users
  2. TG Daily reports Oracle, Linux, Sun to blame for Sidekick Danger data loss
  3. AT&T: Google manipulates media, is an abusive, power hungry monopoly
  4. Obama protects AT&T, Verizon lobbying records
  5. Q&A: Why Apple's co-founder is hot on solid state
  6. Fudzilla: Intel X25 Value drive spec revealed and
    AMD readies new duals and Rana triple-cores
  7. AMD's first "Fusion" processors to be made using 32nm SOI process technology - CEO
  8. DigiTimes reports AMD to launch Congo platform in early November 2009
    timeframe and Steve Ballmer to visit Taiwan in early November
  9. Google back on growth track, eyes deals
  10. IBM raises full-year outlook, posts higher profit
  11. Gartner says worldwide PC shipments returned to growth in third quarter of 2009
  12. Samsung: DDR DRAMs to remain in short supply
  13. Super Talent rolls out dual channel DDR3 kits for P55
  14. Google sparks e-books fight with Kindle
  15. Kingston shows off HyperX fan
  16. MPAA: Antipiracy is now 'content protection'
  17. Ars Technica reports radio "pay to play" law ready for vote in House, Senate
  18. The pocket spy: Will your smartphone rat you out?
  19. PC Perspective podcast #78

  1. Ars Technica reports first Windows 7 stability and reliability update arrives
  2. DailyTech reports majority of corporate PCs are ready for Windows 7
  3. TechNet shares 77 Windows 7 tips
  4. Deploying Windows 7 essential guidance from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and TechNet Magazine
  5. SuperSite's Windows 7 review part 12: Wrapping up
  6. Microsoft Windows 7 demo (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
  7. Windows Help program (WinHlp32.exe) for Windows 7
  8. Microsoft Application Virtualization for Terminal Services / Remote Desktop Services
  9. Application Warm-Up for IIS 7.5 (x86) Beta 1
  10. Application Warm-Up for IIS 7.5 (x64)
  11. Service Pack 3 for Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007
  12. MicrosoftHelps on Twitter
  13. Boooot Gadget - Powerful Twitter gadget for Windows 7
  14. Fake Outlook Web Access update sets malware trap
  15. Oracle places big bet on web-based software
  16. Ars Technica reports Wolfram Alpha's API is free, but using it costs
  17. Mozilla's Plugin Check
  18. Layar iPhone app now available, augmented reality is no longer science fiction
  19. Ars Technica's hands-on: Hulu Desktop for Linux beta a big resource hog
  20. 5 ways the Linux desktop shoots itself in the foot

  1. Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg looks to holiday, beyond
  2. NPD study finds 40% of recent game purchases were impulse-driven
  3. Kotaku reports Mass Effect 2 dated for January, preorder bonuses abound
  4. Shacknews on what Resistance 3 could learn from Two
  5. Shacknews reports Borderlands DLC 'The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned' announced
    and Painkiller: Resurrection gets trailer, gold status

  1. NordicHardware on Android: The quintessence of mobility
  2. [H]ard|Forum: How to activate hardware PhysX to play with an ATI video card
  3. Sharky Extreme reviews hp Photosmart Plus
  4. [H]ard|OCP reviews Intel Core i7 cooler
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