Saint Crispin’s Day Shortbread

7 Up

  1. C|Net reports Microsoft says Windows 8 roughly two years away
  2. Engadget: TechRestore offers MacBook Air matte screen replacements for $249
  3. Hybrid drives will outlive solid-state drives – Seagate
  4. KitGuru on the AMD HD 6850 1120 / 960 shader debate – comparisons
  5. Ars Technica: Windows Phone 7 from an iPhone user’s perspective
  6. Engadget reports Adobe announces Air 2.5 for TVs, tablets,

    and phones, launches Adobe InMarket to package apps

  7. Legit Reviews has BlizzCon 2010 – Final day coverage

Saint Crispin’s Day

  1. DailyFinance reports Apple’s share run-up may have run out of gas
  2. PCWorld: Powerline networking standard ratified, should mean easier home networks
  3. Network World: Why IPv6? Vint Cerf keeps blaming himself
  4. TC Magazine reports Google names a Director of Privacy, tweaks its inner practices
  5. t-break’s Hercules Thrustmaster, Symantec, and Western Digital interviews at GITEX
  6. Engadget reports Asus Eee PC 1015PW peeks out

    of hiding with dual-core Atom, royal purple shell

  7. Windows Weekly 179 (podcast)
  8. Dealzon’s deals: 14% off coupon for 14″ Lenovo ThinkPad L412, 14% off coupon

    for 14″ Lenovo ThinkPad Edge, and $190 off 9″ Asus T91SA tablet / netbook

Newegg’s guerrilla deals for 10/25

  1. 10% off Corsair power supplies with promo code EMCYTZT202
  2. $25 off 128GB Kingston SSDNow V Series

    (extra $15 off with promo code EMCYTZT203)

  3. 500GB Hitachi Travelstar 7K500 ($15 off with promo code EMCYTZT204)
  4. Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Limited Edition for Xbox 360 and Sony PS3
  5. $34 off hp V5060h camcorder
  6. Trendnet TV-IP410W wireless Internet camera server


  1. Engadget: Notion Ink founder claims Adam tablet will go 15+ hours on a charge
  2. TUAW reports iPad’s orientation lock to mute switch change will be permanent
  3. Engadget’s exclusive: Future LG Android phone for Verizon sports LTE
  4. Engadget reviews Reckless Racing (iPhone)
  5. C|Net: Is this the new Nook Color?


  1. DailyTech reports bugs, crashes plague Apple media suite iLife’s new release
  2. PCWorld reports Adobe launches Project Rome
  3. TweakTown’s AMD Catalyst 10.10 Windows 7 driver analysis
  4. Warp2Search rounds up 38 Linux tutorials
  5. Microsoft’s Proof of Concept Jumpstart Kit v1.5


  1. Nintendo: Apple is more significant threat than Microsoft
  2. Massively: Hi-Rez Studios announce development of Tribes Universe MMO
  3. VE3D reports Team Fortress 2 P2P marketplace pays off for some
  4. Ars Technica reviews Rock Band 3
  5. Switched reports mega-controller makes you a wrathful gamer god


  1. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews Asus X72D / K72DR: Three cores, no waiting
  2. TestFreaks review 13″ Apple MacBook Air (MC503LL/A)
  3. Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – Video BIOS cacheable
  4. PureOC reviews ECS P55H-AK Black Series
  5. TestFreaks review 32GB Kingston Class 4 MicroSDHC card
  6. Benchmark Reviews on AMD Radeon HD 6870
  7. Hi Tech Legion reviews Arctic K381 multi-functional keyboard
  8. Metku reviews Antec LanBoy Air
  9. APH Networks on NZXT Phantom case
  10. OCC reviews Lian Li Pitstop T1 Spider mini-ITX test bench
  11. PC Perspective reviews Corsair Hydro Series H70 CPU cooler
  12. Rbmods on Spire TherMax Eclipse II CPU cooler
Comments closed
    • oldog
    • 9 years ago

    Hey, Saint Crispin was born on my birthday. Cool.

    I think I’ll celebrate by buying a new pair of Bruno Magli’s.

    • dashbarron
    • 9 years ago

    I was dissapointed that Blizzard didn’t announce a new game of any sort during the conference. I assumed the 5th class of Diablo would be revealed, but also took for granted that they would have another big-news hitter to steal the show. Next year for sure then, right?

      • derFunkenstein
      • 9 years ago

      I’m hoping that Heart of the Swarm is out before the next Blizzcon but probably not. :-/ It could very well be your next big release from Blizzard.

        • dashbarron
        • 9 years ago

        I thought* I read somewhere that they were looking at an 18 month time-frame?

      • The Dark One
      • 9 years ago

      It had better be about The Lost Vikings, damnit.

    • indeego
    • 9 years ago

    /[<"Did you even Beta this software apple? OMG, this is the biggest p.o.s. experience I've ever had (and that includes windows software bugs). Seriously APPLE, I've converted about 50 individuals into appleheads. You need to issue an apology for this release, my experience has sucked hard. "<]/ Full Circleg{<.<}g

    • Voldenuit
    • 9 years ago


      • bottlenecker
      • 9 years ago

      I spit a little coffee when I read that.

      • sweatshopking
      • 9 years ago

      I lol’ed too

    • NeelyCam
    • 9 years ago


      • Asbestos
      • 9 years ago

      There really is no reason SSDs need to be in a hard drive form factor for laptops, given their typical one drive capacity. I think we will see sockets in the back where you can plug in a stick of SSD (just like RAM) and keep the 2.5 inch drive as a spinning disk for large data capacity. That gives more flexibility than the hybrid design.

        • khands
        • 9 years ago

        Personally, I think cheaper 64, 128, and 256GB SSDs, which should arrive shortly, will nearly completely replace mechanical storage. If not this coming gen, then the next one.

          • Voldenuit
          • 9 years ago

          Boot drives and laptop drives probably. Definitely won’t replace the multi-terabyte drives.

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