Friday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Nvidia reports financial results for third quarter fiscal 2011
  2. AMD: Problems with 32nm SOI process technology are behind
  3. Ars Technica: Intel's former ARM team hits back at chipzilla with new server chip
  4. Guru3D's ECS P67H2-A Sandy Bridge motherboard preview
  5. Fudzilla: AMD Cayman pushed back to December 13
    and AMD rebrands HD 5000 parts for Eastern Europe
  6. KitGuru: 6970 guaranteed to beat GTX 580 - according to sources
  7. TUAW: Next-gen touchscreen display may support gloves
  8. 9 to 5 Mac: Original Apple 1 on sale for $200K


  1. DSLReports: Charter preparing to strictly enforce caps?
  2. Ars Technica: hp pays millions to settle school bribery charges
  3. Cisco reports first quarter earnings
  4. ABC News: Facebook to begin building $450M data center in NC
  5. C|Net reports Yahoo! plans 10% layoff in product unit
  6. Ars Technica: U.S. government probing Google Street View after all
  7. Fudzilla reports privacy watchdog in trouble over Google
  8. C|Net cites report: Google fires engineer who leaked raise memo
  9. Ars Technica: Google tries calming fears of jittery TV networks
    and Apple's Ping gains Twitter integration (but still no Facebook)
  10. (Not so) crazy Microsoft rumors: Facebook's new
    e-mail to feature Office Web Apps integration
  11. PCPer podcast #130
  12. OT: Tim Hortons to close 36 outlets in New England
  13. Newegg Marketplace deals
  14. Dealzon's deals: $200 off coupon for 14” Lenovo IdeaPad Y460, $100 off
    13.3” Toshiba T235D-S1345, and $221 off coupon for TiVo Premiere XL
Hardware news

  1. Bright Side of News: DRAM sales drop - NAND flash building momentum
  2. X-bit labs: Intel, Microsoft, and NEC to jointly work on digital signage devices
    and international hard disk drive group to invest into storage technologies research
  3. Network World: Supercomputing fest will spotlight
    world's fastest computers, high-performance issues
  4. C|Net: Jaguar's supercomputing reign coming to an end?
  5. TUAW: Taiwanese Apple suppliers may be forced to raise prices
  6. TC Magazine: Zotac uunveils the Ion-based Zbox DVD series mini PCs
  7. Fudzilla: AMD's VP tells Llano comes in 1H 2011
  8. TC Magazine: Elpida starts sampling 32GB DDR3 memory module for servers
  9. Expreview: EVGA introduces GeForce GTX 580 FTW Hydro Copper 2
  10. VR-Zone: HIS launches HD 6870 Turbo with HD3D support
  11. Ars Technica: Boxee Box now shipping, Netflix and Hulu Plus coming soon
  12. TC Magazine: Tt eSports introduces the Azurues pro gaming mouse for FPS games
  13. VR-Zone: Danger Den releases DD-GTX580 water block for GeForce GTX 580

  1. MacStories: iOS 4.2 delayed due to iPad Wi-Fi issues, new GM build coming
  2. Ars Technica: Developers discover hack to enable shared printers for AirPrint
  3. Engadget: Samsung Galaxy Tab lands on Verizon for $599 and
    Galaxy Tab hitting AT&T on November 21st for a $649 premium?
  4. Business Insider: Adobe Flash for Samsung's Galaxy Tab is an embarrassing disaster
  5. DailyTech: Politician promises every doctor an iPad, funded by national health care
  6. TUAW: Skyfire browser earns $1 million in first weekend
  7. Fudzilla reports Skyfire sends warning to Apple
  8. TUAW: iPad developer receives phone call from Steve Jobs
  9. TUAW's hands-on: Apple Peel 520 transforms iPod touch into cell phone
  10. TC Magazine: Wortmann announces Windows 7-powered 10" tablet PC
  11. DigiTimes: Pegatron lands orders for tablet PCs from China-based Hanvon
  12. C|Net reports Fusion Garage has buyers for obsolete JooJoos
  13. Engadget: Dell confirms protected Wi-Fi problems, mislabeled batteries
    on the three Venue Pros sold so far and Windows Phone 7 USB tethering
    uncovered on Samsung phones
  14. Droid Life: Droid Incredible update starts hitting devices
  15. Engadget's exclusive: Samsung 'flagship' phone with
    Gingerbread and huge display coming in early 2011
  16. Android Central: HTC Mecha (Incredible HD) on
    Verizon—with LTE, the new Sense and Android 2.2
  17. C|Net: Best Buy's 'Nexus S' a new shift for Google?
  18. Engadget: Is this or this the real Nexus S? Actually, this is the Nexus S
  19. SuperSite on the truth about Windows Phone 7, software
    updates, and carriers' ability to block those updates
  20. Engadget: MS Kin One and Two are reportedly returning to Verizon
  21. Engadget's hands-on with FiOS Flex View
  22. Download Squad: Tether releases Android
    tethering app
    , works on Android 1.5 and up
  23. C|Net reports Verizon's exclusivity on Bing for Android ends
  24. DailyTech: AVG acquires Android OS security startup

  1. Bright Side of News: Sandra 2011 benchmark released, increases GPGPU tests
  2. C|Net: Mac OS X update perks up photo performance
  3. TUAW: Kinect running on OS X
  4. openSUSE announces 3rd development milestone evaluating systemd
  5. Microsoft delivers another test build of next-gen Microsoft Security Essentials
  6. AIDA64 Extreme Edition 1.00.1147 beta
  7. 7-Zip 9.19 beta
  8. Windows 7 Tweaker 2.2.5
  9. HD_Speed
  10. SlimBrowser 5.00.128 beta

  1. K2 Network buys rights to APB
  2. Ars Technica: Microsoft not amused by open source Kinect drivers
  3. C|Net: Xbox used for games only 60% of the time
  4. Microsoft: Xbox Live Gold subscribers use service 3 hours per day
  5. Engadget: N-Control Avenger gives your Xbox 360 controller hair triggers (video)
  6. Joystiq: Call of Duty DLC to be Activision's 'largest digital offering ever'
  7. Shacknews: Counter-Strike creator's 'Tactical Intervention'
    scheduled for U.S. release in 2011 and
    Final Fantasy XIV major patches detailed
    and 'first' trailer for L.A. Noire released
  8. DailyTech: Researchers find that Tetris reduces traumatic flashbacks
  9. Info on next patch for Civilization V
  10. Ars Technica, Hexus.gaming, SuperSite for Windows,
    and Techgage review Call of Duty: Black Ops
  11. Shacknews spends a few days with CoD: Black Ops multiplayer
  12. Call of Duty: Black Ops - multiplayer update released
  13. Steam's weeked deals: 50% off Risen and 33% off F1 2010
Systems and storage

  1. Ars Technica's Hannibal: With Fusion, AMD's devils are in the details
  2. Hardware Bistro reviews Lenovo IdeaCentre B500
  3. t-break reviews Asus Crosshair IV Extreme
  4. Hardware Secrets on ECS A890GXM-A2
  5. TR alum Joel Hruska on unsung heroes: 14 years of hard drive performance
  6. PC Perspective reviews 240GB OCZ RevoDrive x2 PCIe SSD
  7. AnandTech's Kingston SSDNow V+100 review

  1. OC3D's Asus GTX 580 SLI exclusive review
  2. Expreview on Nvidia GeForce GTX 580
  3. Hardware Heaven pits GeForce GTX 580 OC
    vs. 6870 OC CrossFire vs. Radeon HD 5970
  4. Björn3D on Sapphire HD 6850: 1120 shader vs. 960 shader
  5. TweakTown has Gigabyte Radeon HD 6850 1GB overclocked
  6. PureOC reviews Gigabyte GeForce GTX 460 1GB Super Overclock
  7. Benchmark Reviews on MSI GeForce GTS 450 Cyclone
iPod, power, case, and cooling

  1. Digital Trends reviews Apple iPod touch (4th generation)
  2. KitGuru reviews 1200W Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold PSU
  3. Overclockers Online reviews NZXT Tempest EVO case
  4. ASE Labs review Arctic Cooling Arctic NC notebook cooler
  5. Tweaknews on Prolimatech Super Mega
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