iPod Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. The Internet belongs to Netflix
  2. Ars Technica reports prosecutors seek to block
    Xbox hacking pioneer from mod-chip trial
  3. AnandTech addresses use of factory overclocked GeForce GTX 460 in its review
  4. Fudzilla reports Radeon HD 6850 with 1120 shaders went to reviewers
  5. Daring Fireball reports Apple is no longer bundling Flash Player with Mac OS X
  6. No more Windows XP preloads allowed on new PCs
  7. Diablo III's final class revealed at Shacknews: Demon Hunter
    and Diablo III PvP arena battles announced
  8. Shacknews reports Civilization V first major patch arrives

iPod Day

  1. C|Net cites report: China hijacked U.S. Internet data
    and piracy domain seizure bill gains support
  2. Judge: Third trial against P2P user Jammie Thomas will go ahead
  3. Techdirt on file sharing in space
  4. DSLReports: Verizon adds 226k FiOS users, loses 165k DSL users
  5. DailyTech cites report: Hulu considers cutting subscription service to $4.95 monthly
  6. TC Magazine reports Rambus reports lower revenue, higher loss for Q3
  7. DigiTimes reports Asus and Garmin to break up in early 2011
  8. TC Magazine reports Sharp to exit the PC market
    and MSI reveals the GE603 gaming laptop and
    Maingear lets loose the Clutch series 13.3" and 15.6" laptops
  9. DigiTimes: MacBook Air shipments to reach 700,000 units in 4Q10, says paper
  10. TUAW reports MacBook Air software update
    addresses responsiveness and graphics issues
  11. Sharky Extreme's biweekly memory prices
  12. Fudzilla reports XFX Radeon HD 6850 and Radeon HD 6870 have arrived
  13. TechFlash on Micrsoft stores, one year later

  1. TC Magazine reports Dell confirms development of 10" tablet
  2. C|Net reports Apple leapfrogs RIM in Q3 smartphone sales
  3. PCMag reports Google 'confirms' Gingerbread Android OS, via statue
  4. SuperSite's Windows Phone 7 app of the week: Netflix
  5. Fudzilla reports FarmVille creator sued
  6. Ars Technica: Amazon jumps on e-book lending bandwagon with the Kindle

  1. Ars Technica on how Qt could bring better third-party software to Ubuntu
  2. Linux Compatible on GNOME 2.91.1 Development Release
  3. LinuxNov on Elegant GNOME Pack themes on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick
  4. OpenStack cloud platform to get Microsoft Hyper-V integration
  5. Ars Technica: Flickr / Facebook sharing options greatly improved in iPhoto '11
  6. TUAW reports FaceTime security flaw fixed
  7. Download Squad: Chromium 9 debuts, versioning sticklers collectively howl
    and Defraggler 2.0 beta gets faster, adds boot-time defrag
  8. Chrome 8.0.552.11
  9. Nvidia Inspector 1.93
  10. OpenOffice.org 3.3.0 RC 2 beta
  11. IObit Game Booster 2.0 beta 2.0

  1. C|Net cites study: Consoles being used for more than games
  2. Shacknews reports Call of Duty: Black Ops Steamworks features revealed
    and Mafia II add-on 'Joe's Adventures' available Nov. 23
  3. Shacknews cites report: Fallout MMO launch, beta planned for 2012
  4. Square Enix: Deus Ex will last us a decade
  5. Left 4 Dead Blog: Lone Gunman
  6. Left 4 Dead 2 and L4D2 Xbox 360 dedicated servers updates released
  7. Shacknews Weekend Confirmed episode 31
  8. Shacknews has Rock Band 3 review
  9. Ars Technica reviews Costume Quest

  1. OCC's AMD Radeon HD 6800 series review
  2. Legion Hardware reviews AMD Radeon HD 6870
  3. TweakTown tests HIS HD 6850 1GB in CrossFire
  4. ProClockers review Sapphire Radeon HD 6850
  5. X-bit labs says farewell to ATI: Radeon HD 5000 graphics card family roundup
  6. Everything USB reviews Logitech K800 wireless illuminated keyboard
  7. Phoronix reviews SilverStone Precision PS05B case
  8. Futurelooks reviews Corsair Hydro Series H70 high performance CPU cooler
  9. Big Bruin reviews Zalman VF3000F VGA cooler
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