National Dog Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Telegraph: Computers that read minds are being developed by Intel
  2. Computerworld reports AMD Fusion-based laptops set to ship early next year
  3. PCMag reports IBM describes fastest microprocessor ever
  4. InfoWorld reports ARM's next chip design will support virtualization software
  5. Ars Technica reports Apple confirms music-focused media event for September 1 (thanks Thresher)
  6. Computerworld reports analyst rains on rumor parade for Apple's Sept. 1 event
  7. C|Net reports Firefox 4 to leave PowerPC Macs behind
  8. Steam OS X client update and new R.U.S.E. single-player demo now available on Steam

National Dog Day

  1. TC Magazine reports Lexmark files patent lawsuits against 24 cartridge manufacturers
  2. Computerworld reports Windows and Linux servers grow at Unix's expense
    and Red Hat offers Deltacloud platform to standards group
  3. Server sales post biggest jump since 2003, IDC says
  4. InfoWorld reports IBM server chips to get 'no-power' sleep mode
  5. PC market strengthens in western Europe, Gartner says
  6. Engadget reports dual-core Atom-powered Gigabyte and Lenovo netbooks up for sale in Australia
  7. [H]ard|OCP: OCZ Technology drops (low-end consumer) DRAM production
  8. CrunchGear: Mitsubishi announces Full HD 3D TVs with built-in HDD and Blu-ray burner
  9. Engadget: Sony delivers a new midrange 3DTV line with the NX810 series (updated with hands-on)
    and Sony's Netbox streams Netflix, YouTube, and other Internet stuff for $130
  10. TechFlash reports Amazon issues new data-free press release on Kindle sales
  11. Garmin nüvi battery PCB recall
  12. Ars Technica: LED light bulbs may not be magic bullet for energy savings
  13. Dealzon's deals: $100 off coupon for 14" Sony Vaio EA Series Core i5 / WiDi / Blu-ray,
    $145 off 14.5" hp dv5t laptop, and $48 off Altec Lansing FX2020 Expressionist speakers
Networking, tablets, and smartphones

  1. PCMag reports Virgin Mobile delays $40 broadband plan
  2. Not shocking: Wireless execs like metered pricing
  3. iSuppli: Apple set to dominate tablet market through 2012
  4. AppleInsider: Third-party iPad clamshell keyboard case revealed in FCC filing
  5. Broadcasters: FM radio on cell phones just "sound public policy"
  6. Engadget's exclusive: Motorola MB520 Kobe / Diablo for AT&T in the wild
  7. PCMag: Dell answers critics demanding Streak's source code
  8. Engadget reports Droid 2 root method finds its way online
  9. InfoWorld reports Google defends Android Market license server, despite reported hack
  10. PCWorld: 'Open' Android may lose the Apple iOS wars
  11. PCMag reports Android users click on mobile ads more than iPhone owners
  12. PCWorld on the next Facebook: Scoop?
  13. Engadget's app review: 720tube

  1. Computerworld reports Windows DLL exploits boom; hackers post attacks for 40-plus apps
  2. PCMag reports Microsoft confirms DLL issue, releases workaround
  3. Pentagon: Classified network infiltrated by flash drive virus
  4. The MS Exchange Team Blog: Exchanger Server 2010 SP1 is now available
  5. Microsoft adds new printing, charting features to Office Web Apps
  6. C|Net reports Adobe tweaks Photoshop Express site, Android app
  7. PCMag reports Facebook ditching IE6 support for chat next month
  8. Use Gmail to make VoIP calls: C|Net's hands-on review
  9. Computerworld reports Adobe fixes 20 vulnerabilities in Shockwave Player
  10. PCMag reports Google uncovers 'very rare bug' in Buzz
  11. PCWorld reports Roxio Creator 2011 adds 3D
  12. Intel Processor Identification Utility v4.23 for Windows
  13. Freemaker Video Converter 1.1.10

  1. Mod at your own risk: How to put an old Xbox 360 HDD into Xbox 360 S
  2. MCV reports Move / Kinect 'won't extend console cycle'
  3. Ars Technica: Buying used games? Developers, publishers don't care about you
  4. [H]ard|OCP tests Catalyst 10.8 and Alien vs. Predator
  5. PC Gamer on Elemental's disastrous launch: Stay well away
  6. Joystiq reports Stardock CEO apologizes for lashing out over Elemental pre-launch criticisms
  7. Shacknews: Dragon Age: Origins' story comes to an end with 'Witch Hunt' DLC on Sept. 7
    and Portal 2 trailers from Gamescom 2010 further explore 'faith plates' and 'repulsion gel'
  8. Big Download reports Guild Wars 2 website reveals the Necromancer class
  9. Fallen Earth updated to v1.6.2 on Steam
  10. Ars Technica reviews Drakon
  11. TF2 Hat Describing Contest
  12. Steam's midweek madness: Plain Sight 80% off
  13. Puzzle Dimension now available on Mac + 33% off on Steam

  1. PCMag reviews Apple Mac Pro (Xeon E5620)
  2. Hardware Canucks review Asus Crosshair IV Formula
  3. AnandTech's quick look: PowerColor's HD 5770 PCS+ Vortex Edition
  4. Engadget's Shure SE535 review
  5. Mobile-review's first look at Nokia C7-00
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