Statue of Liberty Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. VR-Zone shares rumor: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB /

    GTX 470 price cut repealed on November 14th

  2. AppleInsider: Apple again warns margins will decline due to new products
  3. Apple news roundup: Inside the new MacBook Air’s screen and

    Apple may cut out carrier middleman with custom SIM chip and

    new Java trojan attacks Mac OS X via social networking sites

  4. X-bit labs: AMD calls new FPU “Flex FP,” defends dual-FMAC approach
  5. Cisco: Average connection generates 14.9GB monthly
  6. Engadget: Asus gets in on the touch mouse craze with the puck-shaped WX-DL
  7. TC Magazine: Firefox 4 launch pushed into 2011 & Mozilla releases Firefox 3.6.12
  8. Shacknews: BioShock 2 PC getting Minerva’s Den, Protector Trials & final patch


Statue of Liberty Day

  1. C|Net reports Nvidia helps China to supercomputer crown
  2. X-bit labs: Intel leads Open Data Center initiative
  3. C|Net reports Oracle CEO challenges hp‘s new CEO to testify
  4. CNNMoney.com: Microsoft is a dying brand
  5. Intel takes central role in embedded space: DigiTimes has a Q&A

    with Michael Chen, managing director for Intel Microelectronics Asia

  6. C|Net reports Comcast earnings down but sales up

    and Spotify says no acquisition talks with Apple

  7. TUAW reports some Apple execs exercise stock options
  8. TC Magazine reports Broadcom buying femtocell chip company Percello
  9. TechFlash: Microsoft, Yahoo integrate ads in latest milestone for search deal
  10. Engadget: FTC accepts Google’s privacy apology, lets Street View off the hook
  11. C|Net reports study finds support for presidential Net ‘kill switch’
  12. Torrent Freak reports angry developer transforms

    anti-piracy system into music download site

  13. MySpace launching new version of website
  14. TC Magazine reports hp Envy 17 3D laptop available for purchase

    and Samsung NF310 dual-core netbook available in the U.S. and

    OWC offers DIY HDD / SDD kits for upgrading your laptop’s storage

    and Asus ships SBW-06C1S-U 6x external Blu-ray writer

  15. Expreview reports Intel’s X25-M G3 SSD debuts at Taobao
  16. Intel WiFi card certified for WiFi Direct
  17. Fudzilla reports Radeon HD 6870 widely available and Cayman is sampled
  18. TC Magazine reports AOC delivers new line of ultra-thin LED-backlit monitors
  19. Igniq.com: MS offering free hard drive with Win 7 Pro upgrade
  20. Dealzon’s deals: $125 off 14.5″ hp dv5t, $245 off hp Pavilion p6670t i3 PC,

    and $50 off Dual SFX Frag Pro wireless controller (PS3 & PC)

Mobile

  1. Google exec: Android was “best deal ever
  2. C|Net reports Sprint adds subscribers, but losses mount
  3. Engadget reports UI Centric cancels Macallan UI project for Windows 7 tablet
  4. Chinese firm registered ‘iPad’ trademark in 2000
  5. DigiTimes: ViewSonic aims at 10% share of non-iPad tablet PC market in 2011
  6. Fudzilla reports Point of View shows its 10″ Tegra tablet
  7. Engadget’s ExoPC Slate review
  8. DigiTimes: Pegatron expects to ship 10 million CDMA iPhones in 2011, say sources
  9. PreCentral shares rumor: Foxconn & Compal contracted for 5-6 Palm devices in 2011
  10. Engadget on Sony Ericsson’s Z-System: the PlayStation Phone’s gaming platform?
  11. Cult of Mac on the real reason the white iPhone 4 is delayed (hint: the camera)
  12. Engadget’s HTC Desire HD review
  13. t-break’s Nokia N8 review
  14. VR-Zone: PayPal to support Android by today?
  15. Digital Trends shares impressions of Nook Color

Software

  1. C|Net reports HTML5 video is winning over the web
  2. Ars Technica: It is possible to kill the evercookie
  3. Microsoft’s Federated Search Connector Gallery for enterprise search
  4. Download Squad: Microsoft Security Essentials now offered via Windows Update
  5. TC Magazine reports GPU Caps Viewer and GPU

    Shark added Radeon HD 6800 series support

  6. Mozilla Thunderbird 3.16
  7. Passmark PerformanceTest 7.0 build 1019
  8. EverNote 4.0.0.2880

Gaming

  1. Gamasutra reports Sony to launch new ‘PlayStation Rewards‘ loyalty program
  2. VR-Zone reports MSI’s Beat It QuakeLive tournament

    to take place at DreamHack in Jonkoping, Sweden

  3. Engadget: OnLive MicroConsole TV adapter clears FCC with ZigBee surprise
  4. Shacknews: Gearbox details upcoming Borderlands patch, here’s

    your level cap increase and Dragon Age II trailer shows ‘gameplay’

  5. Left 4 Dead is now available on the Mac
  6. Big Download reports Quake Live adds new levels for Premium and Pro players
  7. Fudzilla reports F1 2010 to get patched
  8. Left 4 Dead and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  9. Epic’s October 2010 UDK Beta
  10. Shacknews posts Fallout: New Vegas review
  11. PC-Luchs reviews Medal of Honor (in German)
  12. TechFlash reports WildTangent brings in-game

    ads to CrowdStar’s Facebook games

  13. 66% off Metro 2033 on Steam (ends at noon CDT)

Systems and graphics

  1. Hardware Heaven reviews Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410 desktop
  2. PC Perspective’s Dell Inspiron M101z review
  3. Hi Tech Legion reviews Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD5
  4. [H]ard|OCP reviews MSI N480GTX Lightning
  5. PureOC reviews VisionTek Radeon HD 6870 1GB
  6. Hexus.net tests AMD Radeon HD 6850 1GB in CrossFireX
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Asus GeForce GT 430 overclocking performance

Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. Digital Trends on Sony Dash
  2. techPowerUp! reviews beyerdynamic MMX 300 headset
  3. OverclockersHQ reviews Azza Hurrican 2000 case
  4. [OC]ModShop reviews NZXT Vulcan case
  5. ThinkComputers reviews DeepCool Gamer Storm CPU cooler
  6. OCC reviews Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP
  7. DeXgo reviews Xigmatek Aegir SD128264 (in German)
Comments closed
    • anotherengineer
    • 9 years ago

    “I.VR-Zone shares rumor: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB /
    GTX 470 price cut repealed on November 14th

    lolz

    I guess they were just on sale for a few weeks.

    I will wait for the black friday or boxing day sale myself 🙂

    • BiffStroganoffsky
    • 9 years ago

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    • PeterD
    • 9 years ago

    “Microsoft has been late to the game in crucial modern technologies like mobile, search, media, gaming and tablets. It has even fallen behind in Web browsing, a market it once ruled with an iron fist.”

    Two remarks:

    One: nothing new in that article. Thad had already been reported.

    Two: ” It has even fallen behind in Web browsing, a market it once ruled with an iron fist.” … and which gave them lots of enemies

    “Experiments like Courier (tablets), HailStorm/Passport (digital identity), and Windows Media Center (content in the cloud) show the company was ahead of the game in many areas — but then it either failed to bring those products to market, or didn’t execute.”

    -> It shows how impopular MS has always been.
    MS’s “iron fist” was counteractive every time people had a choice.

      • ManAtVista
      • 9 years ago

      Ahh, the daily anti-MS propaganda. What would I do without the internet.

      /[< MS's "iron fist" was counteractive every time people had a choice. <]/ Or, could be that MS has successes, and unlike other companies' successes, everybody feels the need to use the sucessful MS products. Versus a few rich people just giving a certain company insane profits with little market share. I get sick of this debate, believe me, but it seems if MS has a success it is simply rationalized as people "being forced to use the stuff", so you can stay in your "everything MS does, sucks" world without too much destabilizing rational and critical thinking. I mean, my perspective is no less valid than yours, but you have no room in your head for the possibility you are wrong. At least I consider the possibility that may be the case for anything I think.

    • PeterD
    • 9 years ago

    “MS offering free hard drive with Win 7 Pro upgrade”

    Depends on how they offer it.
    There’s lost of paid downloaded software on my hd, which makes it uninteresting to switch the hd. It’s risky business.

      • derFunkenstein
      • 9 years ago

      Yes, I’m sure you’ve never backed anything up.

        • PeterD
        • 9 years ago

        Backing up doesn’t always do the trick.

          • bottlenecker
          • 9 years ago

          Agreed. I once told my wife to back that thang up. She didn’t do the trick either.

    • ModernPrimitive
    • 9 years ago

    Give the irresponsible government an “internet kill switch” when responsible citizens get a “government kill switch”….

      • PrincipalSkinner
      • 9 years ago

      From your mouth to God’s ears. 🙂

      • jdaven
      • 9 years ago

      And I guess you label yourself and others that carry your point of view a “responsible citizen” and those who don’t aren’t.

      What a joke!

      • burntham77
      • 9 years ago

      Keep bettering yourself.

    • swampfox
    • 9 years ago

    Odd that your link to C|Net points to Intel helping China gain a supercomputer crown, while the C|Net article itself is titled “NVidia helps China to supercomputer crown.”

    Course, according to the article there are 2x as many Intel CPUs as NVidia GPUs in the supercomputer, so both are right…

      • willmore
      • 9 years ago

      Most of the FLOPS come from the GPUs, though, so…

      • OneArmedScissor
      • 9 years ago

      I can’t say I’ve ever seen a computer that functions with only a PCIe card plugged into the motherboard. :p

      Same deal as running a game at low resolution with an overpowered graphics card to test how CPUs dictate the framerate, or turning the graphics up to where almost nothing matters but what type of card it is.

      You have to have enough of one to push the other and strike a balance. Those particular Tesla cards are not exactly light lifters.

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