National Macaroni Day Shortbread

The Magnificent Seven

  1. InfoWorld has 10 reasons why the PC is here to stay
  2. TweakTown: Has ATX run its course?
  3. Firefox 4 Beta 1: Tell us what you think
  4. Apple removes hacked apps, warns users of breach
  5. Google: There won’t be a Nexus Two
  6. Ars Technica: The Pirate Bay soon to be hosted within Swedish Parliament
  7. Engadget reports Scottevest’s Carry-On Coat houses all

    of your portable electronics, stolen hotel shampoo bottles


National Macaroni Day

  1. President Obama adds $800 million for broadband
  2. More Microsoft job cuts coming?
  3. Engadget reports Voddler video-on-demand service free to the people (of Sweden)
  4. GigaOM reports Japan getting blazing fast 42Mbps wireless network
  5. Computerworld: How dumb is the government when it comes to technology?
  6. TUAW reports Mac sales still up, despite iPad release
  7. Engadget reports Asus U43JC and U43F show up at Best Buy boastin’ bamboo bods
  8. TC Magazine reports Silicon Power reveals the small and tiny Touch 851 flash drive
  9. Droid Life: Random Droid X orders arriving early?
  10. Engadget reports HTC Gold with Windows Phone 7 in November,

    and more from a rumored UK roadmap leak

  11. TC Magazine reports Enermax expanding its MODU87+ PSU line with 800W, 900W units
  12. Win one of two EVGA GTX 465 video cards from Björn3D
  13. Newegg’s 24-hour sale for 7/7 (begins midnight PDT)
  14. Newegg’s guerrilla deals (begins 12:01AM PDT)
  15. Dealzon’s deals: $40 off 10″ hp Mini 110, $350 off 11.6″ Lenovo IdeaPad U150,

    $33 off Sennheiser HD280 headphones, and $155 off 4.3″ TomTom XL 340S GPS

Software

  1. Miguel de Icaza says users are scared of installing software on Windows
  2. Secunia advisory SA40298: Microsoft Windows MFC document title updating buffer overflow
  3. C|Net reports Ad-Aware Free gains antivirus abilities
  4. Ars Technica reports Google brings accelerometer support to Chromium
  5. TC Magazine reports CyberLink debuts PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D Mark II with Blu-ray 3D support
  6. Hardware Heaven on 3D Vision and Blu-ray 3D with PowerDVD 10
  7. HotHardware’s Android 2.2 review: A deep, delicious dive into Froyo
  8. System Explorer 2.2.4
  9. Auslogics Task Manager 2.0.3.30

Gaming

  1. C|Net reports developers playing bigger role in next PlayStation
  2. Shacknews reports PlayStation Store update full of DLC, Monkey Island, and actual PSP content
  3. Engadget reports Nintendo, Sega controllers and carts find a new home in the RetroN 3 console
  4. Upcoming changes to Battle.net forums (updated)
  5. TF2 – Engineer update: Wrench Log
  6. Fortune 500 CIO learned everything from World of Warcraft
  7. Shacknews has Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project review
  8. Gizmodo’s Quake II test: HTC Desire vs. Samsung Galaxy S
  9. Engadget reports Pac-Man iOS 4 wallpaper just a ‘video’ feature away from perfection
  10. Intense multiplayer first-person shooter Archetype blasts onto iPhone App Store from Villain
  11. Counter-Strike: Source and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  12. Aegis Pack out now for Mass Effect 2
  13. NASA Moonbase Alpha released on Steam
  14. Joystiq reports lots of older Xbox Live Marketplace content discounted

Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Fudzilla offers advice on CULV-based notebooks
  2. PureOC reviews Asus P6X58D-E
  3. NYT: Testing real-world speed of USB 3.0 hard drives
  4. ASE Labs review Thermaltake BlacX Duet dual-HD docking station
  5. Benchmark Reviews on 60GB G.Skill Phoenix Pro SandForce SSD
  6. CHW reviews 128GB Kingston SNV425-S2 SSD (in Spanish)
  7. StorageReview on 16GB Kingston microSDHC card
  8. iGadgetLife reviews Siig SuperSpeed USB 3.0 4-port hub
  9. MissingRemote tests Actiontec Ethernet over Coax MoCA network adapter

Multimedia

  1. Legit Reviews on PNY GeForce GTX 465 XLR8
  2. TechReviewSource on Samsung SyncMaster PX2370 23″ WS LCD monitor
  3. Hi Tech Legion reviews Diamond HD Media Wonder Full HD media player
  4. OverclockersHQ reviews Opteka Babydeath fisheye lens and Xgrip skater kit
  5. OCC reviews ShockWave SU-201 2.0 speakers
  6. TUAW’s found footage: Browsing speeds compared on the iPhone 4 and 3GS
  7. C|Net Labs: iPhone 4 exceeds talk time promises
  8. LanOC Reviews on Razer Kabuto portable mouse pad

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews 600W Aerocool V12XT-600 PSU
  2. ThinkComputers reviews Antec Dark Fleet DF-85 case
  3. Hardware Secrets reviews SilverStone Precision PS05 case
  4. UMLan reviews Cooler Master Choiix Comforter laptop pad
  5. Techgage reviews NZXT Sentry LXE touchscreen fan controller
  6. ProClockers review Prolimatech Armageddon CPU cooler
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    • srilumpa
    • 9 years ago

    oops, reply to #2

    They recently hired the team that was formerly tasked with naming Capcom’s various Street Fighter games.

    • aspect
    • 9 years ago

    Just make a new account for the new Blizzard games under the name Dustin Browder.

    • grantmeaname
    • 9 years ago

    TweakTown is such a garbagey site I hate to agree with anything on it, but I do think ATX has gone the way of the Internet and BFG products.

    • Big-Mac
    • 9 years ago

    see Nvidia GTX 460/ 460 SLI benchmark here:
    §[< http://forum.coolaler.com/showthread.php?t=242673<]§

    • BaconatedGrapefruit
    • 9 years ago

    Make sure you guys read the “upcoming changes to battle.net forums.” Especially the part about the complete death of privacy. Then cancel your pre-order for SC2/D3/WoW expansion.

      • YellaChicken
      • 9 years ago

      What is with Blizzard atm? 1st they changed WoW so you had to use your email address as your account name, opening accounts up to being hacked even more easily than they used to be. Now they think this is a good idea?

      I think someone’s been lacing the water at Blizz HQ with Acid. And I don’t mean the corrosive kind.

      • Meadows
      • 9 years ago

      Why? I never use the forums.

      • Farting Bob
      • 9 years ago

      Sure i would not want my real name to be used as my screenname. But then i wouldnt use battle.net forums, so its not too bad. Also, i have no idea how they would enforce this. Blizz have your bank details if you buy the game, but if you use a different email address to sign up to the forums then theres not much to do.

      • jdaven
      • 9 years ago

      Blizzard is just asking for people to post names like “Pussy Galore” or “I.P. Freely”. At least before they had people’s real names in case they need them for legal, hacking proof or other purposes. Now they have lost that assurance and I’m guessing very few will actually use their real names..

    • jdaven
    • 9 years ago

    “TC Magazine reports CyberLink debuts PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D Mark II with Blu-ray 3D support ”

    WTF!? PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D Mark II. Really?! Really that is the name of the software? Is the whole PC world full of idiots?

      • UberGerbil
      • 9 years ago

      So “the whole PC world” collectively named the software? I guess that explains why the name is so long.

      • bobboobles
      • 9 years ago

      Haha. Now more wicked sick than before!! Maybe they shoulda thrown in an Xtreme there at the end.

      • dpaus
      • 9 years ago

      That took me back the halcyon days of ATI product names: the “ATI Remote Wonder Ultra 8514/A Turbo All-in-One!”

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