Please Take My Children to Work Day Shortbread

The Magnificent Seven

  1. Download Squad reports "Cyberspace Protection" bill approved

    by Senate committee, no Internet "kill switch" to speak of

  2. TC Magazine reports hp Envy 14 laptop starts selling in the U.S.
  3. iPhone 4: the Ars Technica review
  4. TC Magazine reports Android 2.2 x86 port coming in Q3
  5. VE3D reports Singularity PC plagued by texture streaming problems; fix found
  6. Newegg’s guerrilla deals for 6/28 (starts 6AM PDT)
  7. "Perils of Summer" Steam sale continues

Please Take My Children to Work Day

  1. Keeping PCs and Macs in perspective
  2. Slashdot: 3D display may be hazardous to young children
  3. Engadget HD reports SRS TheaterSound featured in new Samsung LCDs and plasmas
  4. Computerworld reports FTC says scammers stole millions using virtual companies
  5. TUAW reports Daily Mail runs iPhone 4 recall story based on fake Steve Jobs tweet
  6. C|Net reports broadband availability to expand
  7. Technology Review: How Wi-Fi drains your cell phone
  8. Engadget reports Samsung’s Epic 4G for Sprint seems to live up to its name

    and hacked N900 blazes through Froyo

  9. C|Net on the one Droid X killer feature the iPhone lacks
  10. Apple corrects iBooks PDF features list after TUAW post
  11. Computerworld reports Google to use HTML5 in Gmail
  12. Switched reports U.S. consumers drop $55M on 3-D tech in three months
  13. Dealzon’s deals: $325 off hp Envy 13, $170 off 15.6" Toshiba L505D-LS5005,

    $350 off Lenovo K300 Core 2 Quad, and $59 off Logitech diNovo Mini keyboard

Software and gaming

  1. Debian GNU / Linux 5.0 updated
  2. Firefox 3.6.6
  3. Firefox 3.7 Alpha 5
  4. CrystalDiskMark 3.0.0e
  5. Dexpot 1.5.4 (the utility for virtual desktops ~ thanks Riad)
  6. Entelligence: App stores are not enough
  7. Engadget reports Amazon Kindle Edition with video and audio added to iPhone / iPad app
  8. Switched reports Must-have mods for The Witcher
  9. TweakPC reviews Sniper: Ghost Warrior (in German)

Systems and storage

  1. Benchmark Reviews posts enthusiast custom PC build guide
  2. Engadget’s hp TouchSmart tm2t review
  3. t-break reviews Fujitsu Lifebook S710
  4. PureOC reviews Core i5-655K
  5. Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – Adjacent cache line prefetch
  6. Bona Fide Reviews on 4GB Kingston HyperX blu 1600MHz memory kit
  7. LanOC Reviews on 320GB Seagate Momentus XT

Multimedia and cases

  1. OCC reviews Asus EAH5870 v2
  2. Tech ARP’s desktop graphics card comparison guide rev. 20.0
  3. Tweaknews reviews Asus Xonar DS 7.1
  4. TestFreaks review Common Cents Mobile Kyocera S2300
  5. Legit Reviews on Motormouse 2.4GHz wireless car mouse
  6. OCIA reviews Thermaltake Armor A90 case
  7. KitGuru reviews SilverStone Precision SST-PS05 case
Comments closed
    • DeadOfKnight
    • 9 years ago

    Here’s a good video to go along with the HP ENVY 14 release: §[< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4A_5SFvIbzw<]§

    • indeego
    • 9 years ago

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    • mcnels1
    • 9 years ago

    The link for “Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – Adjacent cache line prefetch” is going to “Microsoft Windows 7 SSD Performance Comparison Rev. 1.1”. At least it is on the right site.

    • BaconatedGrapefruit
    • 9 years ago

    As far as this virtual desktop stuff goes, you could just use litestep, which has been doing it open source for 12 years. I’ve run it over Windows 2000, XP, and now 7. I have 6 virtual desktops (you could have 2, or 4, or 37 if you want). Every alternative to litestep seems to think you want like-windows in the same virtual desktop as opposed to putting whatever application wherever you want (you can of course define hotkeys to sort them if you wish). From what I’ve seen they also sort the tasks menu (alt-tab) by desktop as well, requiring more work to switch to an application in another desktop.

    Oh yeah, LiteStep also lets you customize your entire desktop with taskbars, widgets, shortcuts, define hotkeys, create as many custom popup menus as you want, etc…and switch between themes whenever you want a different set of taskbars, widgets, shorcuts, hotkeys, popups, etc…

    I guess people are just afraid of having to manually do everything or simply using someone else’s themes.

    • UberGerbil
    • 9 years ago

    A software change for WiFi access points that can more than double the battery life of phones using it? Nice. Hopefully we’ll see this get rolled out into the open source router firmwares at least.

      • Lans
      • 9 years ago

      That or maybe even more widespread (think “free Wi-Fi” places)…. one can hope! 🙂

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