National Cappuccino Day Shortbread

7 Up

  1. Unreleased Nvidia GPUs powering first showing of CoD:

    Black Ops PC game play;
    more coverage at Legit Reviews

  2. Fudzilla: Some Cayman Radeon HD 6970 specs
  3. PC market continues growth in Q3; shipments match iSuppli forecast
  4. X-bit labs: Hitachi plans to spin-off hard disk drive business
  5. ConceivablyTech: Mozilla claims Firefox 4 Beta is faster than IE 9 Beta
  6. C|Net reports new browser RockMelt oozes into beta
  7. Gizmodo: Microsoft Kinect hacked? Already?!

National Cappuccino Day

  1. Former hp CEO Hurd accused of sharing secret buyout plans;

    reports show hp was right to dump Hurd

  2. TUAW: Apple stock could hit $410 according to R.W. Baird
  3. The Register: WD and Xyratex discuss future tech roadmap for disk drives
  4. India: 5 reasons why the AMD 6 series should be your next purchase
  5. DigiTimes: Notebook players in no hurry to fully advance to USB 3.0
  6. eWeek: How malware authors fight off security researchers
  7. C|Net: How former eBay CEO Meg Whitman

    could have won CA’s gubernatorial election

  8. Engadget podcast 218
  9. Windows Weekly 181: Only Kinect (podcast)
  10. TechFlash’s podcast
  11. Dealzon’s deals: $100 off coupon for hp Pavilion laptops $799+

    and $250 off coupon for hp Pavilion laptops $1099+

Newegg’s guerrilla deals for 11/8

  1. 20% off all IOGear keyboards with promo code EMCYTZT223
  2. MSI 880GMA-E45 AM3 motherboard

    (extra $20 off with promo code EMCYTZT224)

  3. $10 off Zotac Zbox HD-ID11-U (extra $45 off with promo code EMCYTZT225)
  4. $35 off Canon PIXMA MP980 wireless inkjet MFC / all-in-one color printer
  5. $10 off AVG Internet Security 2011 3-user

    (extra $25 off with promo code EMCYTZT226)

  6. $159.99 off 46″ Samsung LLN46C550 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV

    (extra $140 off with promo code EMCYTZT227)


  1. Engadget: Verizon trials unlimited text and data cellular plans

    for preferred customers, starting at $70 a month

  2. C|Net: About that 7″ iPad
  3. PreCentral: New webOS device codenames discovered in webOS 2.0 Doctor?
  4. t-break: Do we need so many mobile operating systems?
  5. VR-Zone: Cut-and-paste to be available on Windows Phone 7 in early 2011
  6. C|Net: Adobe Photoshop for tablets looms nearer
  7. t-break reviews BlackBerry Torch 9800
  8. TestFreaks review AT&T Pantech Laser
  9. Ars Technica’s review: LiveRider turns your iPhone into a cycling computer
  10. DragonSteelMods on Ozaki iMini cute iPod dock
  11. ThinkComputers reviews Belkin Shield Micra iPhone 4 case
  12. TestFreaks review Dry Doc Digi 2 waterproof case


  1. Office 365: No support for Google Chrome and Opera?
  2. OMG Ubuntu reports GNOME 3 gets a new font
  3. Warp2Search rounds up 34 Linux tutorials
  4. Download Squad: Google Canary passes Chromium

    is Chrome development going the way of Android?

    and Skype 5 Mini brings better-looking chat to Skype 5 for Mac

  5. CrystalDiskInfo 3.9.3
  6. CrystalDiskMark 3.0.0i
  7. VLC 1.1.4
  8. Passmark BurnInTest Standard and Professional 6.0 (build 1026)
  9. PDF to Excel Converter 2.0


  1. Battlefield Play4Free FAQ and gameplay video in 1080p
  2. PR News: Gran Turismo 5 restricted by PS3 – not powerful enough
  3. ConceivablyTech: Kinect distances Microsoft from Sony’s PS3
  4. SuperSite for Windows on Kinect for Xbox 360
  5. PCMag’s Kinectrospective: A brief history of controller-free gaming
  6. Bethesda Blog: More news on New Vegas updates
  7. Shacknews on video games to be released this week
  8. PC-Luchs on Star Wars – The Force Unleashed 2 (in German)


  1. The Ben Heck Show’s coach section laptop
  2. TweakTown reviews Asus U35JC-A1 13.3″ notebook
  3. Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – USWC write posting
  4. Hi Tech Legion reviews Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD6
  5. OCC reviews ECS P55H-AK

Multimedia and cooling

  1. Viper Lair reviews HIS HD 6850 1GB
  2. XtremeComputing reviews Inno3D GeForce GT 430
  3. TecCentral’s LG Flatron W2363D – Full HD / 3D display review (in German)
  4. Benchmark Reviews on Mad Catz CoD: Black Ops ProGaming glasses
  5. MissingRemote’s guide & tool for sharing

    Ceton InfiniTV tuners with client MCE systems

  6. PureOC reviews Asus Xonar DG sound card
  7. Neoseeker reviews Arctic Sound P531 5.1 surround sound headset
  8. PC Perspective pits SteelSeries 7G vs. Das Keyboard Model S Professional
  9. Overclockers Online reviews Arctic Cooling Freezer 13
Comments closed
    • Deanjo
    • 10 years ago

    Hmmm remember a few days ago some people were concerned when some supposed price of the GTX-580 was $599? Well drop that by $100 as I predicted.


    • dpaus
    • 10 years ago


    • yogibbear
    • 10 years ago

    LOL @ GT5 comment. Not going to read the article as it sounds silly. But i mean EVERY program is restricted by the platform it is on. Even IE is restricted by the OS, the CPU etc. that i use. At some point this is true. Else a web designer could make their page only work at 900 mega pixels and just kill us all when the page is black but you’re just looking at the bottom left hand corner of a ‘H’.

      • Mystic-G
      • 10 years ago

      The best way to resolve the GT5 issue. Release it on PC aswell. *gasp*

      • lilbuddhaman
      • 10 years ago

      GT5 is restricted by their lack of a time machine. These guys take FOREVER.

    • Illissius
    • 10 years ago

    What’s the point of these rounded-up-56-Linux-tutorials “articles”? The value-added seems completely zero.

      • Deanjo
      • 10 years ago

      Agreed, the title should be more appropriately renamed to “How to unfsck Ubuntu and a couple of Fedora tweaks” as they are all pretty much distro specific “tips”.

    • indeego
    • 10 years ago

    q[<"Microsoft will continue to make advances in these types of safeguards and work closely with law enforcement and product safety groups to keep Kinect tamper-resistant."<]q In any sane world this statement is beyond absurdg{<.<}g

      • Ethyriel
      • 10 years ago

      Your claim is not possibly accurate, as it is not coming from the perspective of a sane world.

        • indeego
        • 10 years ago

        This statement is falseg{<.<}g

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