Friday the 13th Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Nvidia posts widened 2Q loss, blames economy
  2. SemiAccurate on Nvidia's Q2 financial phone-a-thon
    and Nvidia's Tegra 3 tapes out
  3. Nvidia CEO: We have a CPU strategy
  4. Ars Technica reports Oracle sues Google over use of Java in Android
  5. bit-tech reports Asus has AMD Fusion mini-ITX in development
  6. Computerworld reports Asus to release Eee Tablet with Linux in October for $300
    and hp details tablet plans, confirms Windows 7 and webOS versions
  7. TUAW reports Rage demo'd at 60FPS on iPhone, id games on sale
  8. id Software makes source codes to some of its games available to the public

Friday the 13th

  1. C|Net reports hp board sued over Hurd ousting
  2. DigiTimes reports Shuttle sees fruition of business transformation
    and Intel peak season strategy dampens channel notebook sales
    and China IT players to hold tablet PC industry summit and
    hp to start sellling printer-bundled tablet in September, says DigiTimes Research
    and Kingston raises DDR2 module prices by 7 - 10%
  3. PCWorld reports Apple releases brightness fix for new 21.5" iMacs
  4. The Register reports Dell jams 16 GPUs into 3U chassis
  5. TC Magazine reports Axon Logic's Haptic tablet enables easy Mac OS installs
  6. techPowerUp! reports AMD Phenom II X6 1075T starts listing in Europe
  7. SemiAccurate: Intel's Patsburg chipset comes with a few unexpected surprises
    and Cedar Trail set to get 1080p video support
  8. VR-Zone reports ECS introduces Black Series P55H-AK motherboard for hardcore gamers
  9. TC Magazine reports Micron intros the P300 enterprise grade solid state drives
  10. VR-Zone on Club3D's GeForce GTX 460 Overclocked Edition 768MB
  11. DigiTimes reports more antitrust lawsuits awaiting LCD panel makers
  12. TC Magazine: Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard prototype packs large touchscreen, looks good
  13. GDN on Tt eSPORTS new Meka G1 keyboard
  14. Bing Community: Answering your questions with Bing and Wolfram Alpha
  15. Dealzon's deals: 10% off coupon for 11.6” ThinkPad X100e, $120 off 15.6” hp dv6
    AMD 3-core, $40 off 21.5” LG LCD monitor, and $5 off Logitech G700 gaming mouse
Networking and smartphones

  1. InfoWorld reports details about Intel's upcoming Medfield smartphone chip emerge
  2. Google Public Policy Blog: Facts about our network neutrality policy proposal
  3. DailyTech reports AT&T exec voices support for Verizon - Google net neutrality framework
  4. Fudzilla reports Google shut out in China
  5. PCWorld reports India may put restrictions on Skype and Google
  6. PCMag reports Sprint loses Packingham, exec heading up 4G effort
  7. Ars Technica on why U.S. Copyright Group abandoned its first two P2P lawsuits
  8. Open Spaces Quarterly: The purpose of copyright
  9. Computerworld reports dual-core smartphones on the horizon
  10. TUAW reports Android sales worldwide pass iPhone totals of Q2 2010
  11. Google Chrome Blog: Instantly zap links, maps, and phone
    numbers to your Android phone with Chrome to Phone
  12. TC Magazine: Touch less, talk more with Voice Actions for Android devices
  13. Engadget reports Droid 2 R2-D2 edition coming September 30
  14. Fudzilla reports Palm Pre can become a bugging device
  15. Engadget: Palm creating palmtop computer with detachable, dockable cellphone?
  16. PreCentral reports 3D gaming is great on the Pixi [video] and
    Palm prepping support for dock mode, Universal Search for apps?
  17. DailyTech: iPhone hacker airs PDF exploit, jailbroken users can seek solace with a patch
  18. PCWorld reports long-rumored 'Verizon iPhone' gets a name
  19. Redmond Pie: Jailbreak iOS 4.0.2 with Redsn0w [how-to guide]
  20. Engadget reports older Apple iOS devices must jailbreak to be secure
  21. SuperSite: Windows Phone and the move to the cloud

  1. Microsoft's 30-day forecast: Stormy exploits expected
  2. Microsoft: Windows 7 every bit as secure as Unix
  3. Announcing the Beauty of the Web event for IE9 Beta launch
  4. Ars Technica: Firefox 4 beta 3 brings JS math optimization and multitouch
  5. PCMag reports Apple fixes QuickTime for Windows
  6. Ars Technica on OSS and software patents: If you can't beat 'em, join 'em
  7. Phoronix reports Adobe still shafts Linux with H.264 GPU decoding
  8. Ars Technica reports BOINC bags a pulsar via Einstein@Home distributed computing
  9. FileZilla 3.3.4 Final
  10. AI RoboForm
  11. Hamster Free Video Converter
  12. ID3 Renamer 4.0.5
  13. DRM-Removal 4.0.7
  14. SlimBrowser 5.00.069

  1. Ars Technica cites report: PlayStation Phone running Android 3, out by October
  2. TechFlash reports Microsoft, Datel settle dispute over controllers, not antitrust
  3. GamePolitics reports ESA releases 2009 annual report
  4. C|Net reports video game sales dip slightly in July
  5. John Carmack: No new IP for '10 years'
  6. Eurogamer reports id Tech 5 only for Bethesda titles
  7. FiringSquad's exclusive: Stardock talks consoles, Steamworks
  8. Expreview reports DiRT 3 screenshots leak
  9. Ars Technica on CoD: Black Ops Prestige Edition
  10. Shacknews interviews BioShock Infinite's Timothy Gerritsen
    and previews BioShock Infinite
  11. Joystiq reports new F.E.A.R. 3 trailer is full of brotherly love
  12. Shacknews: Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine will likely use Games For Windows
    Live instead of Steamworks and Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine preview
  13. CS: Source and Global Agenda v1.36 updates released
  14. Billy Mitchell takes back Donkey Kong records
  15. QuakeCon 2010 Steam sale begins (offers change at 9AM PDT)
  16. Steam's QuakeCon 2010 pack (27-game bundle including old classics)
  17. 25% off on Global Agenda with Sandstorm Expansion on Steam
    and Steam's free weekend - Booster Trooper

  1. ocaholic on Intel Core i7-875K performance and overclocking
  2. AnandTech's GPU Bench is live
  3. iFixit's Motorola Droid 2 teardown
  4. Engadget's Swiftpoint mouse review
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