English Language Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Building your own computer is a lot like raising chickens
  2. Apple iPad is top-selling gadget ever
  3. Fortune: Did Apple sell 4 million Macs?
  4. TC Magazine: Point of View releases "the fastest Fermi around" - GTX 480 Beast
  5. VR-Zone reports Yeston prepares Radeon HD 5770 X2
  6. TUAW reports Chronic Dev Team releases greenpois0n jailbreak tool
  7. Microsoft's October 2010 security bulletin release
  8. NPD cans monthly hardware sales: "It shouldn't
    be up to NPD to release these figures," says Riley

English Language Day

  1. Ars Technica reports school settles laptop spying case to "protect taxpayers"
  2. GAO: High U.S. broadband prices hindering adoption
  3. The Register reports Foxconn fires back at abuse allegations
  4. C|Net reports new hp CEO pulled into SAP-Oracle trial
  5. DigiTimes reports Intel announces digital signage specification
  6. C|Net reports Microsoft awarded patent for graphics chip video encoding
  7. SemiAccurate: Intel low-power embedded Sandy Bridge coming in Q1 2011
  8. TC Magazine: Acer Aspire One Happy dual-boot netbooks gets official
    and Viking Modular using SandForce SF-2000 controllers for new SSDs
    and Mushkin building EP Series SSDs around SandForce SF-2000 controllers
  9. Engadget reports Samsung releases NX10 1.20
    firmware update
    , brings i-Function lens compatibility
  10. Hack a Day: Add-on panel brings automated vents flaps to a PC
  11. The Official Google Blog: The wind cries transmission
  12. Ars Technica on why the CBC banned Creative Commons music from its shows
    and American P2P law firms threatening... each other
  13. C|Net: Digg bringing back the bury, changing its look
  14. Engadget HD podcast 218
  15. NIN's Trent Reznor discusses The Social Network soundtrack
  16. Newegg's 24-hour sale (10/13 only)
  17. Dealzon's deals: $200 off coupon for 14.5" hp Envy 14 Beats Core i5
    and $200 off coupon for 17.3" hp Envy 17 Core i7 laptop
  18. Win an 40GB Intel X25-V SSD from Biostar
Newegg's guerrilla deals for 10/13

  1. $30 off Antec Twelve Hundred case w/ 750W PSU
    (extra $50 off EMCYTZT186)
  2. 64GB Kingston SSDNow V Series
  3. $10 off 320GB WD My Passport Essential USB 2.0
    (extra $10 off EMCYTZT187)
  4. Genius G-Pen F610 6"x10" ultra-slim tablet
    (extra $35 off EMCYTZT188)
  5. Hoover UH30010COM vacuum cleaner
    (extra $37 off EMCYTZT189)
  6. Plantronics MiX M60 mobile headset

  1. C|Net reports mobile video calling to hit 29 million users by 2015
  2. Fudzilla reports Marvell shows off four-channel 802.11n chip
  3. Ars Technica reports cell phone "bill shock" could get less shocking this week
  4. Engadget: New Archos tablets get Android Market hack, works as promised
    and Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 keynote video is now available to watch
  5. TC Magazine reports Motorola Tegra 2-based phone
    said to be coming via multiple carriers in 2011
  6. Windows Phone 7: Microsoft exec explains strategy behind new ads
  7. DailyTech reports Windows Phone 7 pre-orders
    come with 3 free months of Zune Pass
  8. Ars Technica's quick look at the Windows Phone 7 demo
  9. Seven new things to know about Windows Phone 7
  10. BGR: Sprint BlackBerry Oxford launching October 31st?
  11. DSLReports: Sprint launches pre-owned program
  12. PreCentral reports Palm Pre 2 photos leak out
  13. Ars Technica: G2 doesn't have rootkit, it's just the same old NAND lock;
    T-Mobile G2 getting Wi-Fi calling, tethering
  14. Mac Rumors: iPhone 4 more prone to accidental damage than 3GS
  15. TUAW reports Denmark's Parliament members get free iPhones
  16. TechFlash reports Amazon debuts Android 101, setting stage for app store
  17. TUAW reports iOS 4.2 SDK beta 3 available for download
  18. Angry Birds: 10 things you probably didn't know

  1. C|Net reports hardware acceleration slips to Chrome 9
    and Oracle, IBM to collaborate on OpenJDK
  2. New web code draws concern over risks to privacy
  3. Opera 10.63 released
  4. JRE 6 update 22
  5. Microsoft Junk Email Filter for Outlook 2007 and 2003
  6. Notepad++ 5.82

  1. Ben Heck's Xbox 360 Slim Portable
  2. MCV: Cell processor to power Wii 2?
  3. Shacknews: Stardock hires Civilization 4 mod creator to run game development
    and massive World of Warcraft patch coming and
    GOG adds Betrayal in Antara for free in a bundle with Betrayal at Krondor
  4. Borderlands GOTY Edition detonates at retail stores across North America
  5. The latest Fallout: New Vegas videos
  6. Alan Wake game add-on: The Writer (Xbox 360)
  7. Strategy Informer shares rumor: Warcraft IV?
  8. World of Warcraft 4.0.1 patch notes
  9. Shattered Horizon update released on Steam
  10. Ars Technica and Shacknews review Medal of Honor
  11. MMORPG.com's interview with Guild Wars 2's Colin Johanson
  12. NYCC '10: Guild Wars 2 (PC)
  13. 7 terrible things about PC-DOS gaming
  14. Medal of Honor is now available on Steam
  15. Steam's midweek madness - 75% off Men of War franchise

  1. OC3D reviews Core i7-950
  2. Hardware Secrets posts Intel integrated graphics comparison table
  3. Expreview's decisive battle for non-reference Asus / MSI / Gigabyte GTX 460
  4. X-bit labs review Asus ENGTX460 DirectCU TOP
  5. KitGuru reviews EVGA GTX 460 FTW
  6. Engadget has Sony's Internet TV (powered by Google TV) first hands-on
  7. [H]ard|OCP reviews Corsair HS1 USB gaming headset
  8. Hi Tech Legion reviews Arctic Sound P531 gaming headset
  9. PureOC reviews Lian Li PC-8FIR Spider case
  10. Neoseeker reviews Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus
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