Universal Music Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Intel introduces next-generation storage technology
  2. Fudzilla reports Core i5-2500 has 4 cores and just as many threads
  3. ATi-Forum: AMD GPUs rebranded? (in German)
  4. SemiAccurate: AMD Barts turns out to be Radeon HD 6800 after all
  5. Should Steve Jobs "man up" and kill the iPhone 4?
  6. TUAW: Apple iPhone 5 in the rumor mill
  7. Ars Technica: The PlayStation Network tiers at work and
    more actual, real, impressive Duke Nukem Forever footage
  8. Shacknews: Minerva's Den and Protector Trials not coming
    to the PC version of BioShock 2

Universal Music Day

  1. EarthLink: Force Comcast into line-sharing as part of NBCU deal
  2. DSLReports: Hulu blocking Google TV
  3. Microsoft folds Live Labs into Bing; Gary Flake resigns
  4. DigiTimes reports Foxconn reports record high revenues in September,
    but leaked report says worker abuse, violence continues at Foxconn
  5. TC Magazine reports Micron posts $342 million profit for Q4 of fiscal 2010
  6. SemiAccurate: Intel is considering some tweaks to the USB standard
  7. DigiTimes reports PCB makers see demand for notebooks pick up and
    Dell likely to be first vendor to launch Ubuntu Light netbooks, say notebook makers
  8. TUAW reports SMC firmware update for 2007 - 2008 MacBooks now available
  9. C|Net on MacBook Air selling out: Should we care?
  10. Engadget reports hp's Pavilion dm1 netbook outfitted
    with global 3G for Verizon
    , priced way outside of reason
  11. TC Magazine reports Intel Core i5-660 converting to K0 stepping, too
  12. SemiAccurate: AMD readying 3 mobile Fusion chipsets
  13. Sharky Extreme's biweekly memory prices
  14. Engadget reports Kingston introduces Class 4 32GB
    microSDHC card, charges dearly for the speed
  15. Fudzilla reports no plans for EU Nvidia retail cards
  16. Engadget on Hitachi's MEMS display: Big aspirations in a little prototype
  17. The Loop: Apple will discontinue .Mac HomePage viewing Nov. 8
  18. Ars Technica reports new Apple music subscription rumor pegs price at $10/month
  19. LA Times: Universal to begin test charging more
    than $1 per night
    for DVD kiosk rentals
  20. Wired: Caught spying on student, FBI demands GPS tracker back
  21. Website du jour: SteelSeries
Newegg's guerrilla deals for 10/9

  1. $10 off 520W Corsair HX Series PSU
    (extra $20 off with promo code EMCYTZT179)
  2. $19.99 off 1.5TB Seagate 7200.11 & Sony Optiarc DVD burner combo deal
  3. Creative Fatal1ty MKII gaming headset
    (extra $40 off with promo code EMCYTZT180)
  4. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 460 1GB
    (extra 10% off with promo code EMCYTZT182)
  5. Call of Duty: Black Ops for PC, Sony PS3, and Xbox 360

  1. Ars Technica reports AT&T increases upgrade fee to $200 for some smartphones
    and Microsoft licenses Palm tech from patent troll Acacia
  2. C|Net reports RIM averts BlackBerry ban in UAE
  3. PCMag's exclusive Q&A: Google's Andy Rubin talks Android
  4. C|Net reports Sprint's Galaxy Tab rumored at $399 with contract
  5. Fudzilla reports 7" iPad coming next year
  6. TC Magazine reports Motorola site leaks details of Droid 2 Global smartphone
  7. I4U on Pantech Laser: AT&T thinnest slider
  8. iFixit's Nokia N8 teardown
  9. Laptop: PCD to sell $99 adapter for iOS devices
    this holiday for streaming video, games to TV
  10. C|Net: As promised, Adobe's AIR hits Android
  11. PCWorld: Firefox 4 for Android greeted with cheers and jeers
  12. Ars Technica: Delicious Monster takes on iOS and Google with Noogle Noggles
  13. C|Net reports video chat coming to Yahoo's mobile apps
  14. TUAW reports Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 1 now out on iPhone
    and EA Mobile announces fall iOS game lineup
  15. Engadget's Sony Reader Pocket Edition (PRS-S350SC)
    and Brasso Gadget Care polish reviews

  1. C|Net reports Ubuntu 10.10 desktop reaches through the cloud
  2. Convert HTML to PDF - Linux
  3. LinuxPlanet: Gaming is alive and well on Linux
  4. C|Net reports EU calls Stuxnet 'paradigm shift' as U.S. responds more mildly
  5. Igniq.com: How to clone your Windows 7 DVD onto a thumb drive
  6. SuperSite's Internet Explorer 9 feature focus: One Box
  7. Ars Technica reports Mono 2.8 released with full support for C# 4.0
  8. Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1
  9. Microsoft Business Ready Security Trial Environment (4.0c)
  10. Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 and the Microsoft iSCSI Software
    Target 3.3 are available on MSDN / TechNet - here's how to install them
  11. Western Digital Data Lifeguard Tools 1.22
  12. GIMP Portable 2.6.11
  13. Freemaker Video Converter 1.2.0
  14. Free Audio Extractor

  1. Ars Technica cites report: Microsoft to close in-game advertising company Massive
  2. David Perry: Gaikai (online gaming service) already
    feature complete
    , will be out of beta in "mid-December"
  3. GDC Online: Battle.net's Canessa - Building gaming networks is harder than you think
  4. Joystiq reports Nintendo 3DS charge cradle motivated by StreetPass
  5. Engadget: Thrustmaster shipping HOTAS Warthog flight controller this month for $500
  6. Fudzilla reports Modern Warfare 3 likely coming from Sledgehammer
  7. Joystiq reports Lord of the Rings Online doubles revenue since going free-to-play
  8. Shacknews - CoD: Black Ops on pace to set GameStop pre-order record
    and StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm at least 18 months away?
    and Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 free DLC announced
  9. Star Wars: The Old Republic introduces Ilum
  10. Lego Universe 'intro' trailer
  11. Left 4 Dead update released on Steam
  12. Shacknews Weekend Confirmed episode 29
  13. Ars Technica's hands-on with Assassin's Creed multiplayer and F1 2010 review
  14. Shacknews has NBA 2K11 review
  15. New release on Steam - Guild Wars: Eye of the North

  1. C|Net on dual-core Atom netbooks: Worth an upgrade?
  2. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews 120GB Patriot Inferno SSD
  3. [H]ard|OCP's AMD CrossFireX vs. Nvidia SLI new games performance
  4. Engadget's Cisco Umi hands-on
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