Jobs Friday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. InsideHW shares AMD Ontario first impressions at IFA 2010
  2. X-bit labs: GlobalFoundries tapes out industry's first 28nm chip and
    Nvidia solidifies positions in the professional graphics market segment - JPR
  3. Nvidia expects to take top position with new Fermi-based graphics cards, says notebook GM
  4. SemiAccurate: GeForce GTS 450 benchmarks slip out early
  5. AnandTech on Nvidia 400M: DX11 top to bottom solutions now available
  6. Engadget's Samsung Galaxy Tab, ViewSonic 10" dual-
    boot ViewPad, and Toshiba Folio 100 previews
  7. Shacknews: OnLive testing Wi-Fi support this fall, extends 'Founding Members' promotion again
  8. Joystiq: Epic talks Project Sword, Unreal Engine on iPhone, and Apple TV as a game console

Jobs Friday

  1. AllThingsD: Steve Jobs on why Facebook is not part of
    Apple's new Ping music social network: "Onerous terms"
  2. Ars Technica's hands-on with iTunes Ping, sans Facebook Connect
  3. C|Net reports Twitter plans to record all links clicked
    and hp wins 3Par for $2.4 billion
  4. Engadget reports quantum refrigerator could cool your
    quantum computer, allow for quantum overclocking
  5. Fudzilla reports IBM bets on Opterons for its blades
  6. DigiTimes: PC replacement trend for enterprise market to appear in 1Q11, says Asus
    and Compal president pessimistic about non-Apple tablet PC shipments in 2011
  7. Toshiba T130 series recall notice
  8. TC Magazine: Toshiba Satellite A665 3D and Qosmio F60 added more 3D capabilities
    and Samsung's QX310 13.3" laptop to hit stores next month
    and Asus Lamborghini VX6 netbook available for pre-order, costs $699
    and Samsung NF210 netbook detailed and priced
  9. Pogue's Posts: Laptops look like racecars—and not in a good way
  10. Engadget reports Buffalo serves up USB-powered portable 3D Blu-ray player in Japan
  11. IT trib: MSI & Hazzan celebrate the launch of MSI's N460GTX Hawk with a 1GHz overclock on air
  12. Fudzilla reports Gigabyte, Asus readying OCed GTS 450 boards
  13. Expreview: With PCI Express x1, Sparkle unveils GeForce 210 / GT 220 / GT 240
  14. Engadget reports Toshiba goes all LED with new HDTVs at IFA 2010
  15. TC Magazine reports Zalman rolling out the VF3000F Fermi-compatible VGA cooler
  16. Dealzon's deals: $125 off 13.3" hp dm3 Core i3 ULV, $20 off Roku SD & HD,
    $40 off 150GB WD VelociRaptor, and $30 off Lenovo multimedia remote
Networking and mobile

  1. U.S. told EU to hide ACTA from public
  2. IETF: AT&T's net neutrality claim is 'misleading'
  3. Ars Technica on an ISP that knows nothing of "data hogs"
  4. DSLReports: Virgin Mobile's new $40 prepaid data plan has huge issues
  5. Engadget reports Verizon officially announces prepaid smartphone data packages
  6. Ars Technica reports Samsung fires first Android-powered salvo at iPad with Galaxy Tab
  7. Engadget reports Samsung Galaxy Tab rooted
  8. TechRadar UK reports Samsung planning Honeycomb tablet next year
  9. Engadget reports Toshiba Folio 100 goes official, lands in Q4
  10. DSLReports: Google sued over Nexus One 3G bugs
  11. Fudzilla reports iPhone 4 to lose T-Mobile exclusivity in Europe
  12. PCWorld on what HDR means for iPhone photos
  13. Engadget: Google's Android logo boosted from Atari Lynx title "Gauntlet: The Third Encounter'
    and Skyfire submits iPhone browser for App Store approval
  14. Android Central: Skype Mobile update does not allow use of Wi-Fi after all [updated]

  1. Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable: Migrating from IE6 on Windows XP top IE8 on Windows 7
  2. The MS Exchange Team Blog: Exchange 2010 SP1 FAQ and known issues
  3. Problems when installing Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 on a TMG configured for mail protection
  4. ConceivablyTech reports Microsoft patents operating system shutdown
  5. Computerworld reports Intel upgrades parallel development tool suite
  6. Download Squad: PerformanceTest by PassMark lets you benchmark and compare your system
  7. Ars Technica reports Chrome reaches second birthday, version 6 goes stable
    and new malware detects browser, shows fake malware warning page
  8. Microsoft: Silverlight still has a future in an HTML5 world
  9. Network World: Calling all Fedora packrats and swag collectors
  10. PCWorld's guide to today's top 10 Linux distributions
  11. KDE Software Compilation 4.5.1 release announcement
  12. CCleaner v2.35.1223
  13. GPU-Z 0.4.6 with support for AMD Radeon 6000 series
  14. MSI Afterburner v2.0.0
  15. RIOT 0.4.2
  16. Trillian beta
  17. Skype beta

  1. Good Gear Guide reports PlayStation 3 modchip lawsuit first of many, says lawyer
  2. CVG reports motion control 'won't be mainstream for 10 years' - Mikami
  3. Ars Technica reports PSP Go straightens tie, knocks on death's door
  4. iFixit's Nintendo Famicom and Atari 2600 teardowns
  5. Shacknews: LucasArts hit with layoffs, The Force Unleashed 2 team rumored
    to be among targets and Medal of Honor campaign footage features 3 minutes
    of helicopter anarchy
  6. CVG has CoD: Black Ops - multiplayer revealed
  7. VG247: Dead Rising aiming to replace Resident Evil as Capcom's biggest IP, says Inafune
  8. Kotaku reports video games pulled globally from military stores over Taliban inclusion
  9. F.E.A.R. 3 Passing the Torch trailer
  10. posts StarCraft II mods list
  11. Command & Conquer turns 15 years old
  12. Altittude, Team Fortress 2, and The Settlers 7 updates released
  13. Steam's weekend deals: 75% off Company of Heroes
    and Altitude at 50% off + free weekend
  14. Direct2Drive's Summer Ends Event
  15. Impulse Driven's sale

  1. AnandTech's virtualization - ask the experts #3
  2. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews iBuyPower Paladin XLC: Enthusiast class
  3. Ars Technica on Apple's trouble with TV
  4. Engadget's Canon EOS 60D hands-on (video)
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