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  1. Ars Technica on a patent lawsuit: "Majority" of Seagate, WD drives infringing
  2. OCW on Asus Disk Unlocker, a tool that unlocks the full potential of a 2.2TB HDD
  3. DigiTimes: No more pure LCD panel makers, says AUO executive VP
  4. TechRadar UK: AMD Caymen Islands cards definitely delayed,
    but Fudzilla says Cayman HD 6970 to launch November 29th
  5. TC Magazine: Dual-GPU Radeon HD 6900 pushed back to Q1 2011
    and Lantic releasing its own GeForce GTX 580 and
    Sapphire Radeon HD 5550 renamed to Radeon HD 6390
  6. Fudzilla: Apple to embrace AMD Fusion?
    and GeForce GTX 570 comes soon
  7. SemiAccurate: Acer leaks a pair of Mobile Radeon HD 6000 models
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  1. DigiTimes: TSMC October revenues hit record for second time straight and
    Acer sees revenues drop in October, but confident about overall performance
    in 4Q10 and Foxconn sees a slight drop in October revenues and
    Asus, MSI, Gigabyte & Pegatron see October revenue down sequentially
  2. Network World: hp and 'Where's Leo' parlor game crash Oracle / SAP trial
  3. Microsoft sues Motorola (again), this time over Xbox-related patents
  4. Motorola retaliates with new patent suits against Microsoft
  5. TUAW: Wi-Gear not acquired by Apple
  6.'s official update
  7. C|Net: FBI probes 4chan's 'anonymous' DDoS attacks
    and why you're a pawn in Facebook vs. Google
  8. Ars Technica: How will we know when the Internet is dead?
  9. TechFlash on the evolution of Microsoft's logo: From blibbet to 'Be What's Next'
  10. Business Insider: Google gives all employees surprise $1,000 cash bonus and 10% raise
  11. DailyTech: Privacy advocates call out Microsoft, Google, and others for spying on users
  12. Feds: Woman illegally fired over Facebook remarks
  13. Dealzon's deals: 10% off coupon for 11.6” Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, $35 off
    Logitech G110 keyboard, and $70 off 15.6” Compaq Presario CQ56-110US
Hardware news

  1. X-bit labs: Tera 100 breaks petaFLOPS barrier,
    becomes Europe's most powerful supercomputer
  2. IBM: New chip-making technology will boost Internet
  3. All-in-one PC shipments to reach 14 million units
    in 2011, says DigiTimes Research
  4. Consumer Reports posts ratings: New laptops, desktops, and netbooks
  5. SemiAccurate: Alienware is readying Radeon HD 6970 / 6870 notebook
  6. VR-Zone: 11" MacBook Air clone looks almost like the real deal
    and Sony launhces new Vaio Y series notebooks and
    Toshiba launches Android Smartbook series - AC100 and AS100
  7. TC Magazine: Acer TravelMate 5542 AMD-powered laptop makes its U.S. debut
    and Seagate has shipped over 1.5 billion hard drives
    and Trendnet makes uber-compact wireless N USB adapter
    and Plextor rolls out the PX-LB950SA 12x Blu-ray writer
  8. Engadget: Cisco responds, fixes Linksys Extenders
    for Media Center, certificate issue to blame
    and Netflix and Hulu Plus coming to the Boxee Box
    and Boxee Box remote gets dedicated Netflix button
  9. C|Net on Audeze headphones: Redefining the state of the art?
  10. Engadget: Elecom claims first Bluetooth 3.0 mouse,
    performance improvements sure to be palpable
  11. PhysOrg: NEC develops organic radical battery for practical use
  12. 3D fabbers: Don't let the DMCA stifle an innovative future

  1. Researcher: Free Wi-Fi should use "free" password to protect users
  2. Engadget: Nokia SVP of Symbian Smartphones talks portrait
    QWERTY, Symbian 'bashing,' and MeeGo devices
  3. TC Magazine: ARM intros Mali-T604 GPU for
    embedded apps, Samsung quickly adopts it
  4. GigaOM: Apple posts iOS 4.2 details, no release date yet
  5. BGR: Apple amends internal iPod water damage policy
  6. Engadget: Sprint ZTE Peel officially announced, adds a little 3G to your iPod touch
    and Bootlace lets you install Froyo on your iPhone without a computer
    and T-Mobile myTouch 4G rooted, has G2 root to thanks for it
  7. Ars Technica: Windows Phone 7 already doomed? Don't let early sales fool you
    and Windows Phone 7 updates: Can carriers block them?
  8. SuperSite's Windows Phone 7 feature focus: Alarms
  9. TC Magazine: hp Palm Pre 2 to reach the U.K. this week and
    Samsung Zeal dual-hinge mobile phone launching through Verizon
  10. DailyTech: Android Market experiences problems in lead-up to 2.3
  11. Fudzilla reports iPhone 4 the most fragile phone
  12. Ars Technica: AirPrint may not print to shared printers out of the box
  13. MacRumors: Steve Jobs replies regarding rumors of AirPrint issues
  14. Ars Technica's hands-on: Opera Mobile 10.1 beta for Android a smooth ride
  15. TUAW: ReBirth for iPad now available
  16. PCWorld: Color comes to E Ink, LG electronic-paper displays

  1. Microsoft security bulletin summary for November 2010
  2. Ars Technica: Exploit kit inclusion could make IE 0-day a big headache
  3. Computerworld: Researchers sound alarm over critical OS X bug
  4. DailyTech: Apple releases 10.6.5 update for Snow Leopard
  5. TUAW: Microsoft updates Office for Mac 2011 and
    Snagit on Mac: First look at this powerful screen capture tool
  6. C|Net: Microsoft's tech site contributors to get rewarded
  7. Ars Technica: Apache Foundation to vote down Java 7, protesting Oracle abuses
  8. C|Net: Red Hat announces Enterprise Linux 6
  9. Mozilla's Firefox turns 6 years old
  10. Expreview: Afterburner v2.1 beta 4 ready for download
  11. Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.13
  12. Product Key Finder 2011
  13. BootSafe
  14. Geekbench 2.1.10
  15. Belarc Advisor
  16. JetAudio 8.0.10
  17. EverNote
  18. AudioGrail

  1. Nintendo: 'Its on like Donkey Kong' is ours
  2. TechFlash: Give your keyboard the boot? Microsoft patents foot interface
  3. Shacknews: Kinect power supply quickly sells out
    as Microsoft offers the adapter for $35 online
    and open source Kinect drivers released for PC
    and Star Wars Kinect game due out holiday 2011
  4. The Kinect effect: Ars Technica on how Harmonix mastered Dance Central's menus
  5. GameStop VP: PSP 'a disappointment' in 2010
  6. Engadget: Game Boy emulator being developed in JavaScript by a very smart person
  7. Shacknews shares rumor: Sledgehammer's Call of Duty takes place in space, future
  8. Shacknews: The Witcher 2 dev diary introduces new engine
    and Postal 3 dev says title is in 'final stages'
  9. Fudzilla: Sony says "no comment" to GT5 dates
    and EA likely to reboot SSX
  10. TF2, CS: Source, DoD: Source & HL2: Deathmatch updates
    and Fallout: New Vegas update released on Steam
  11. Ars Technica: CoD Black Ops review event, press gifts detailed
  12. Call of Duty: Black Ops, on PC, in 3D. Ars Technica's first few hours
  13. Digital Trends reviews CoD: Black Ops and Hoard
  14. Kotaku: Stalker TV show pilot looks as bleak as the game

  1. AnandTech reviews Dell XPS L501x: An excellent mainstream notebook
  2. PC Perspective's AMD Brazos and Zacate architecture preview
  3. [H]ard|OCP reviews Asus Crosshair IV Formula
  4. Hardware Canucks review 8GB OCZ Flex EX PC3-17000 CL10 memory kit
  5. lab501: GTX 580 gets more than 1GHz GPU on air-cooling (in Romanian)
  6. Legit Reviews posts CoD: Black Ops benchmarks -
    GeForce GTX 460 vs. Radeon HD 6870
  7. AnandTech on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 580: The SLI update
  8. Funky Kit and OCC review Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 CPU cooler
  9. Legion Hardware reviews Thermaltake Silver Arrow
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