National Sugar Cookie Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. DailyTech reports China renews Google license, Street View rolls again
  2. Earthlink: Make Comcast share their network
  3. PCWorld reports Intel says its Celeron brand is here to stay
  4. TC Magazine reports Intel Sandy Bridge processors rumored

    to be named Core i3 / i5 / i7-2000 series

  5. VR-Zone reports GeForce GTX 460 slides leak with price / performance details
  6. BGR reports iPhone 4 bursts into flames, burns hand
  7. PCWorld reports last Patch Tuesday for Windows 2000 and Windows XP SP2

    and Microsoft to patch Google Engineer’s zero-day next week

  8. Shacknews reports Team Fortress 2 Engineer update is live


National Sugar Cookie Day

  1. C|Net reports NTP sues Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others
  2. Ars Technica: ISPs may rage, but Uncle Sam supports city-owned Internet
  3. DSLReports: Cox finally pulls free dial-up backup
  4. PCWorld reports Facebook answers claim by German privacy regulator

    and researcher cracks ‘secret’ code in U.S. Cyber Command logo

  5. TechFlash on Microsoft’s billion dollar club, and what it says about company
  6. DigiTimes reports China notebook players shift focus to Calpella
  7. TC Magazine: Reports shows tech sales boosted by Apple iPad
  8. Fudzilla reports Intel shows off Moorestown and Meego

    and Brazos Fusion is different from Ontario

  9. Fudzilla reports first GTX 460 1GB listed in EU

    and Nvidia’s GTX 460 to be great overclocker

  10. Ars Technica reports Android sees healthy growth at expense of Apple, RIM, MS
  11. CIO reports iPhone 4 complaints mounting: A rocky rollout
  12. TUAW reports iAds uses iTunes history, location information to target advertising
  13. TC Magazine reports next-gen iPod touch reported having front-facing camera
  14. Mouseless: The invisible computer mouse
  15. PCPer podcast #112
  16. FiringSquad’s Palit Fermi giveaway – Win a GTX 480, 470, or 465
  17. Dealzon’s deals: $250 off 11.6″ IdeaPad U160 i7, $775 off 12″ ThinkPad X201 i5

    with UltraBase, $400 off 18.4″ hp dv8t i5, and $80 off 23″ Asus 1080p LCD

  18. Win gold with Cooler Master

Software

  1. Adobe: Flash to take 3D graphics plunge
  2. Microsoft to deliver betas of Vail and Aurora servers next week?
  3. Microsoft Refurbished PC Program overview
  4. Computing on Demand on Google Voice
  5. Java runtime environment 6 update 21
  6. Google Chrome 6.0.458.1
  7. Opera 10.70 build 3451

Gaming

  1. Greater attention span problems reported when exceeding TV and video game viewing guidelines
  2. Shacknews: Blizzard’s real name forum policy influenced by Korean law?
  3. DailyTech reports Konami offers gamers vacations with their Nintendo DS “girlfriends”
  4. Fudzilla reports Sony hard at work on new PlayStation hardware platforms
  5. DSLReports: Handheld game console makers looking to integrate 3G
  6. OnLive tested at Ars Technica: Playable, but 10-frame delay at best
  7. DSLReports: Testing OnLive’s latency
  8. TechFlash: After grounding of Flight Sim, a new era for PC simulation games
  9. Shacknews reports and Mafia 2 PC system requirements unveiled and

    upcoming Red Dead Redemption DLC adds multiplayer poker, weapons & zombies

    and Ubisoft’s Bolvin: Assassin’s Creed license “needs a breather” after Brotherhood

  10. FiringSquad reports BioWare revealing Dragon Age 2 in Game Informer
  11. Kotaku reports Dragon Age 2 pulls a Commander Shepard
  12. Ars Technica reviews Singularity
  13. Aliens vs. Predator, CS: Source & DoD: Source, and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  14. Play Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter for free

    this weekend at Steam (also 50% off purchase)

Hardware

  1. Ars Technica’s Hannibal asks: Did Nvidia cripple its CPU gaming physics library to spite Intel?
  2. Fermi goes mobile at AnandTech: AVADirect’s Clevo W880CU with GTX 480M
  3. HotHardware reviews Asus Ares 4GB
  4. [H]ard|OCP on Nvidia GTX 280 SLI 3D Surround experience
  5. Ars Technica’s hands-on: Swype keyboard for Android is sweeptastic
Comments closed
    • oldog
    • 9 years ago

    Celeron always sounded like “celery” to me.

    Mmmmm…great with peanut butter!

      • dpaus
      • 9 years ago

      Me too – as in “no nutritional value at all…”

    • UberGerbil
    • 9 years ago

    Easy to miss: that “Vail” beta is the next version of Windows Home Server, based on 2K8R2/Win7 codebase.

    • NeelyCam
    • 9 years ago

    /[

    • GFC
    • 9 years ago

    BREAKING: Blizzard backtrack on forum changes (By PCG)

    • can-a-tuna
    • 9 years ago

    Why would Intel care about nvidias physics? It’s ATI who they are after.

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