Name Your PC Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: Dell knew about computer failures, hid info from customers
  2. Fudzilla: Nvidia's dual-chip card waits for Antilles
  3. SemiAccurate on the tale of the backwards computer display market
    and AMD commends Intel and ARM for supporting OpenCL
  4. Shacknews: 3DMark 11 gets release date, new screens, and trailer
  5. Steam launches "Recommended For You"
  6. AllThingsD: Apple developing CDMA-GSM 'World iPad'?
  7. Ars Technica: Embedded SIM card could cause carrier conflict for Apple
  8. Engadget's Rage HD review (iPhone)

Name Your PC Day

  1. Network World: Both sides claim victory in ruling over music distribution patent
  2. Ars Technica: Lawyer wants "Goliath verdict" against RIAA in abuse trial
    and LimeWire, RIAA both search for "Pirate Edition" creator
    and eMusic changes pricing structure to nab major label tracks
  3. U.S. Senator: Web censorship bill a "bunker-busting cluster bomb"
  4. Pentagon says "aware" of China Internet rerouting
  5. Ars Technica: Priority access could result in "slow suicide" for ISPs
  6. Frontier: Replace that too fast fiber connection with DSL
  7. AllThingsD: Google turns its local eyes to Groupon—
    but who else could enter the bidding?
Hardware news

  1. VR-Zone: MSI unveils All-in-One PC Wind Top AP2000
  2. TC Magazine: Maingear rolls out the ALT-15 & ALT-17 multimedia notebooks
  3. Expreview: Dedicated to overclocking, Intel introduces the Z68 Express chipset
    and Asus 4-way SLI ROG Xpander hits store shelf in Japan
  4.'s sneak peek at ASRock P67 Extreme6 and H67DE3 for Sandy Bridge
  5. Sharky Extreme's biweekly memory prices
  6. SlashGear: Checking out the Samsung MD23 three-screen LCD monitor
  7. TUAW: New Mini DisplayPort video adapters for Mac from StarTech
  8. Engadget: Unannounced 65" edge-lit LED TV
    with passive 3D glasses shows up on
  9. TC Magazine: Cooler Master delivers Nvidia-themed HAF X PC case
  10. Newegg's Marketplace deals

  1. DailyTech: U.S. Secretary of Transportation considers disabling phones in vehicles
  2. Engadget: Nokia's former MeeGo chief confirms new role as senior VP of webOS at hp
  3. Engadget: 10" Advent Vega Tegra 2 tablet goes on sale in the U.K., promptly sells out
  4. Fudzilla: Nvidia Tegra 2 tablets at CES 2011
  5. Tablet PCs are opportunities to redistribute profits
    among supply chain players, says ARM president
  6. SAP CIO: Apps in works for RIM tablet
  7. AppleInsider: Carbon fiber could be Apple's key to a lighter next-gen iPad
  8. C|Net reports iPhone beats RIM, others in satisfaction survey
  9. TUAW: iOS 4.2.1 jailbroken, compatible Cydia store ready
    and Foxconn denies selling white iPhone parts
  10. Engadget: Casemate's iPhone 4 Bounce case protects
    your noodle from inevitable radiation baking
  11. Dell: Bigger Venue Pro launch coming, keep hands off microSD
  12. TC Magazine: HTC Merge smartphone slips through Verizon's site
  13. Engadget: HTC phone with CDMA and WiMAX
    hits the FCC: The EVO Shift 4G, perhaps?
  14. VR-Zone: Samsung plans to launch more Windows Phone 7 in 2011
  15. Engadget's Motorola Droid 2 Global hands-on
  16. PreCentral: webOS 2.0 will be released to "all devices" in coming months
  17. C|Net: Android catches up with Apple on ad network
  18. Engadget: Splashtop Remote Desktop brings Windows
    PC access to your iphone, iPad, and iPod touch
  19. TUAW: LEGO Harry Potter available for iOS, but iPad requires 4.2
  20. App Advice reviews Trucks and Skulls HD

  1. SuperSite for Windows on Windows @ 25
  2. Engadget: Russia working on a national OS, Linux 'at end of its life cycle'?
  3. Download Squad: Firefox 4 UI update brings snazzy, new alert pop-ups
  4. Java 7 and 8 begin to take shape: What's in, what's out?
  5. Network World: NASA, Google, Microsoft,
    Yahoo!, World Bank team to offer hackathon
  6. C|Net: Quick fix for .NET Framework 4 update glitch
  7. System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 QFE rollup
  8. VMware Workstation for Windows 7.1.3 build 324285
  9. VMware Player 3.13 build 324285
  10. CCEnhancer 2.0
  11. CleanMem 1.6.0

  1. Microsoft: Kinect wasn't hacked, USB port left open 'by design'
  2. Fudzilla: Update dropped for Call of Duty: Black Ops (consoles)
    and Carmack to do Kinect title?
  3. Call of Duty: Black Ops (SP) update and multiplayer update released on Steam
  4. Shacknews: Call of Duty: Black Ops - a look in 3D and
    Operation Flashpoint: Red River gets first screenshots, live-action trailer and
    Mortal Kombat trailer features the chillingly devastating moves of Sub-Zero
    and Lord of the Rings expanding with 'Rise of Isengard' in fall 2011
  5. Eurogamer: GT5 installs while played - Sony
    and new clue for next BioWare project
  6. TUAW: Borderlands GOTY edition for Mac gets a release date
  7. Shacknews Weekend Confirmed episode 35
  8. CVG: Is this Xbox 360's worst ever game?
  9. C|Net: Gaming linked to weapon-carrying in girls?
  10. PC Gamer has 10 top tips from Team Fortress 2 professionals
  11. Left 4 Dead 2 and Team Fortress updates released on Steam
  12. TF2, CS: Source, DoD: Source & HL2: Deathmatch updates released on Steam
  13. Steam's weekend deal - Sniper: Ghost Warrior at 50% off

  1. AnandTech's holiday 2010 system builder's guide
  2. reviews Scan 3XS OC PC system w/ GTX 580 SLI
  3. Techgage looks at upcoming Asus H67 & P67 motherboards
  4. Björn3D reviews Asus Rampage III Extreme
  5. Guru3D reviews Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3 mini-ITX
  6. TweakTown: Putting SATA 3.0 to work with Areca
    ARC-1880i and 256GB Crucial C300 SSDs
  7. WSGF's AMD Radeon HD 6870 / 6850 - featured review
  8. KitGuru on Asus Xonar Xense audio bundle
  9. Funky Kit reviews Arctic Cooling P321 Professional USB headset
  10. OCC reviews Deepcool N8 notebook cooler
  11. ReviewStash on Corsair Hydro Series H70 CPU cooler
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