National Spumoni Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: Bad news for AMD as Intel gains server share
  2. Steam hardware & software survey: July 2010
  3. Übergizmo: Apple Magic Trackpad hacked to be USB-powered
  4. PCWorld reports giant W.A.S.P. sniffs out insecure Wi-Fi
  5. Engadget's first-hand look at Nvidia 3DTV Play and PowerDVD 3D
  6. Shacknews: Valve reveals 'The Sacrifice' DLC for Left 4 Dead
    and Left 4 Dead 2, 'No Mercy' coming to L4D2 and
    Rage lead designer talks PC version specifics, the release date & more
    and Rage gets page on Steam; Rage using Steamworks?
  7. Call of Duty: Black Ops demoed yesterday
  8. New Portal 2 co-op trailer

National Spumoni Day

  1. Ars Technica: Senator Al Franken goes ballistic on Verizon, Google, Comcast & NBCU
    and Supreme Court told P2P users can be "innocent infringers"
    and privacy groups, Facebook already facing off over "Places"
  2. Bloomberg reports Facebook partnership is proven by $3,000 check, lawyer says
  3. SemiAccurate on why Intel bought McAfee
  4. Lenovo swings back into $54.86 million profit in Q1
  5. Computerworld: Steve Wozniak recalls role of memory in Apple's early days?
  6. TC Magazine reports MSI details the FX610 AMD-powered 15.6" laptop
  7. Engadget reports CVS to sell $100 Sylvania netbook and $179 e-reader this fall
  8. Sharky Extreme's biweekly CPU prices
  9. SemiAccurate: OCZ Tech readying RevoDrive-B
  10. TC Magazine: OWC offering 40GB SandForce-powered SSD for $100
  11. PCWorld: Microsoft's Adaptive Keyboard puts a screen behind your keyboard
  12. VR-Zone: Logitech unveils K800 wireless illuminated keyboard
    and Roccat intros Kone[+] gaming mouse
  13. Misleading HDMI cable labels suggest needless upgrades
  14. Engadget podcast 209
  15. TechFlash podcast: Facebook Places and Donkey Kong legend Steve Wiebe
  16. Windows Weekly 170 (podcast)
  17. Newegg's guerrilla deals for 8/21
Tablets and smartphones

  1. WSJ reports readies tablet, Optimus smartphones
  2. PCMag: Consumers want their tablets, some looking beyond iPad
  3. Computerworld reports Canonical tool set could boost adoption of Ubuntu-based tablets
  4. PCWorld reports Chrome 6 beta may hint at mythical Chrome OS tablet
  5. Engadget: Acer and Motorola getting spicy Gingerbread for Android 3.0 tablets
  6. PCWorld: hp tablet hobbled by lack of webOS apps
  7. MacNN reports Gmail for iPad gets stacked card interface
  8. DSLReports: Magic Jack femtocell device 'on hold'
  9. InfoWorld: Faster HSPA smartphones, modems coming soon
  10. Engadget's exclusive: Dell Thunder prototype preview (video)
  11. Android Police: Koush releases custom ClockworkMod Recovery for Motorola
    Droid X - Nandroid backups and restores now possible; next stop: custom ROMs
  12. Engadget's exclusives: Dell Thunder prototype preview (video) and
    Droid Pro is the global version of the Droid 2, LG enV Touch 2 will be
    Android-powered and LG C900 for AT&T has Windows Phone 7, shows off
    a little carrier branding and Samsung Cetus i917 bows for AT&T, shows off its
    Windows Phone 7 ways
  13. Engadget: Droid X upgrade to Android 2.2 leaks out
    and Nokia N9: the MacBook Pro phone and
    Nokia C7 given a full video preview - still not announced
  14. PCWorld reports MIT brings supercomputing power to the Android phone
  15. TC Magazine reports Trillian for Android available for testing
  16. Jobs: Software update to address iOS 4 performance issues on iPhone 3G 'coming soon'
  17. Gizmodo reports EA holding out on Windows Phone 7

  1. Acrobat and Adobe Reader 9.3.4 and 8.2.4 release notes
  2. Computerworld reports Google patches 10 Chrome bugs, pays out $10K in bounties
  3. InfoWorld: Zero-day Windows bug problem worse than first thought, says security expert
  4. Computerworld has update: 40 Windows apps contain critical bug, says researcher
  5. PCWorld reports HTML5 raises new security issues
  6. Office 15: What's Microsoft's new mystery application?
  7. SuperSite reviews Windows Live Essentials 2011
  8. SuperSite's Windows 7 tip of the week: Master libraries
    and Windows 7 feature focus: Sticky Notes
  9. SuperSite Blog features free eBook: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2
  10. ID3 Renamer 4.0.6
  11. AppRemover
  12. DirectX Happy Uninstall 5.12
  13. FastPictureViewer 1.2 (build 163)
  14. Kindle for PC

  1. Joystiq: South Koren psychiatrists treating StarCraft 'addiction' with drugs
  2. Anti-depressants in the war against game addiction
  3. Techdirt: Guy sues online game company NCSoft, saying that Lineage II is too addictive
  4. GameInformer: GameStop launches downloadable content centers in every store
  5. PCWorld: If the PS3 is jailbroken, can we have Other OS back?
  6. MCV: Older PS3 SKUs being phased out
  7. Engadget: Xbox 360 S 250GB hard drive sneaks into stores
  8. Bitmob: High noon at the co-op corral: The death of local multiplayer
  9. Valve: PS3 "incredibly important to us"
  10. ActionTrip: Diablo III 'can be done' for consoles
  11. Shacknews: New Warhammer 40K: Space Marine media
    and Warhammer 40K MMO gets new screens, trailer and
    Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures public beta online, accepting entries
    and Rock Band 3 leaked setlist... confirmed?
  12. PC Gamer's interview: Valve on the future of TF2 part 1 and part 2
  13. CVG reports Xbox 360 gets exclusive H.A.W.X. 2... for a week
  14. MTV Multiplayer: Amnesty still possible before 'Red Dead Redemption' bans next week
  15. Bitmob: Top 10 most-wanted Red Dead Redemption DLC characters
  16. Left 4 Dead 2, Shattered Horizon, and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  17. Shacknews Weekend Confirmed episode 22 (podcast)
  18. BBC News: Girl gamers still being left out
  19. Shacknews has NHL 11 & Mortal Kombat hands-on
    previews and Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days review
  20. Worthplaying previews Battlestar Galactica Online

  1. Lifehacker: How to make the most of a small workspace
  2. Engadget's Nikon D3100 DSLR hands-on
    and Nikon Coolpix S1100pj and S5100 hands-on
  3. Engadget's Pandigital Novel review
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