Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Fortune: Mac shipments outpace market 3 to 1
  2. X-bit labs share rumors: A rival could acquire Seagate technology

    and more private investors lose interest in Seagate

  3. AMD’s Meet The Expert webcast starts on December 8th (live stream)
  4. SemiAccurate: AMD’s Llano has a breakthrough
  5. Fudzilla: AMD’s Bulldozer hints at 3.5GHz 8MB L3 and Turbo 2.0

    and Intel’s Core i7-990X 6-core comes in Q1 2011

  6. TC Magazine: AMD 9-series chipsets come in Q2 2011 to welcome Bulldozer
  7. AMD: Radeon HD 5970 still king of the market (in Turkish)
  8. Fudzilla: GeForce GT 550 and 530 coming in Q1 2011


Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day

  1. C|Net: SAP owes Oracle $1.3 billion
  2. TechFlash: Myhrvold’s Intellectual Ventures arms HTC with big patent trove
  3. Engadget: Dell tweaks its logo just subtly enough for nobody to notice
  4. Ars Technica: Understanding the Internet’s insecure routing infrastructure
  5. FCC boss: Net neutrality “will happen“… someday… really
  6. Download Squad: Upstart Facebook challenger

    Diaspora now sending out private alpha invites

  7. TUAW: Steve Jobs action figure no longer available

Hardware news

  1. Engadget: Digital Storm’s liquid-chilled gaming PC

    includes 4.6GHz Core i7-980X, equally chilling price

  2. C|Net: Rare Apple computer sells for $210,700
  3. Network World: Woman helped sell fake chips to U.S. military
  4. Engadget: Acer announces new 3D monitor, AS5745DG 3D laptop availability

    and MacBook Air 2010 meets Colorware, births skinny rainbow children

  5. TC Magazine: hp expands G series laptop line, adds G62x model

    and Corsair announces the Vengeance DDR3 memory line

    and OCZ debuts the XTE and Blade 2 memory series

    and Mushkin rolling out two Redline Ridgeback DDR3 kits

  6. VR-Zone: Super Talent USB 3.0 RAIDDrive

    reaches transfer rates of over 370MB/sec

  7. TC Magazine: Samsung praising the protection level,

    performance of its self-encrypting SSDs

  8. DSLReports: Verizon testing new broadband phone device
  9. LCD monitor panel prices rise in 2H November, TV

    panel prices continue to drop, says DisplaySearch

  10. C|Net: WD TV network players get keyboard support, more features
  11. VR-Zone: Noctua introduces NH-C14 dual 140mm fan CPU cooler
  12. Popular Science’s Best of What’s New 2010
  13. Dealzon’s deals: 20% off coupon for 15.6″ ThinkPad W510, $71 off iDesign

    wafer iPod stereo, $225 off 18.4″ Toshiba P500-BT2N23, and $65 off coupon

    for Logitech G35 headset

Mobile

  1. Fudzilla reports iOS 4.2.1 jailbroken
  2. TUAW’s hands-on: AirPlay for audio streaming in depth
  3. DailyTech cites report: AT&T delivers nation’s fastest mobile broadband network
  4. DSLReports: T-Mobile HSPA+ hits 8 new markets
  5. Ars Technica: Unlimited data means more to smartphone users than savings
  6. NPR – Wipeout: When your company kills your iPhone
  7. DigiTimes: Global non-iPad tablet PC shipments forecast at 20 – 30 million in 2011
  8. Ars Technica: Acer jumping into Android tablet market with three models
  9. TC Magazine: Dell U.S. offering unlocked Streak, to ship it in December
  10. Engadget: Acer reveals 4.8″ Android smartphone with 1024 x 480 screen resolution
  11. TC Magazine: HTC Knight 4G smartphone detailed some more
  12. Engadget: Is this the Motorola Olympus Tegra 2 smartphone?
  13. TC Magazine: Skyfire mobile browser goes cuckoo for Facebook with version 3.0
  14. BGR: RIM addresses removal of Kik app from BlackBerry App World
  15. Engadget: Sony Reader app hitting iPhone and Android devices in December
  16. TUAW: Christmas Angry Birds bring inevitable addiction to the App Store
  17. Engadget: Asus Eee Note is the surprisingly sensible new name for the Eee Tablet
  18. TC Magazine: Asus lists Eee Note EA800 digital notepad / e-reader on its website

Software

  1. InformationWeek: Alureon malware bites Windows 7
  2. Do you really need antivirus software?
  3. The Register: Jumpin’ Meerkats! Ubuntu moving to daily downloads?
  4. Opera 11 beta with tab stacking
  5. Microsoft delivers beta update for Internet Explorer 9
  6. Testers riled by Microsoft decision to pull Drive Extender

    storage from ‘Vail,’ ‘Aurora’ servers

  7. SuperSite’s hands-on with Office 365
  8. Download Squad: Acer to launch app store, will pre-load on PCs
  9. Network World: HTTPS Everywhere gets Firefox “Firesheep” protection
  10. Yahoo! News: Mozilla confirms an app store is on the way
  11. Badblocks Linux | How to check disks for bad blocks
  12. HowtoForge: Virtualization with KVM on Ubuntu 10.10
  13. Phoronix: Intel Windows vs. Linux GPU performance – Q4 2010
  14. System Update Readiness Tool for Windows Vista and Vista x64-based systems
  15. Sysinternals suite – November 23, 2010
  16. CrystalDiskInfo 3.9.3a
  17. Windows 7 Tweaker 3.0 RC (Beta)
  18. Drm-Removal 4.1.2

Gaming

  1. MCV: Premium CoD multiplayer resurfaces
  2. Activision: ‘We will never, ever charge‘ for Call of Duty multiplayer
  3. EFF: Microsoft embraces first wave of Kinect innovation
  4. Engadget: Nintendo returning to CES after a 16-year absence
  5. Fudzilla: Nintendo DSi to get green & orange in U.S.
  6. Sony: Over 50 PS3 games being built in 3D
  7. Big Download: Stargate Resistance multiplayer servers to shut down January 15
  8. Kotaku cites report: Elder Scrolls V is a direct sequel to Oblivion
  9. TUAW: Field of Glory, Civ V out for OS X
  10. Shacknews: World of Warcraft patch 4.03a shatters Azeroth
  11. Multiplayer update 3 for Bad Company 2—PS3 last night, other formats to follow
  12. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light update released on Steam
  13. Shacknews: Operation Flashpoint: Red River trailer sets the stage
  14. Shacknews has Operation Flashpoint: Red River preview
  15. TR alum Joel Hruska previews Blizzard’s coming Cataclysm
  16. YouGamers: Preparing for the Cataclysm

Systems

  1. Engadget’s Acer Iconia and Android tablets hands-ons
  2. HotHardware: Is the “Apple Tax” real? Mac vs. PC value analysis
  3. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews the Clevo B5130M:

    GeForce GT 425M with a 15.6″ 1080p chaser

  4. [H]ard|OCP reviews Asus Rampage III Formula
  5. ocinside reviews ASRock 890FX Deluxe4
  6. lab501: Guide for activating SLI on AMD 890FX platforms (in Romanian)

Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. techPowerUp! reviews Gainward GeForce GTX 460 SE 1GB
  2. BCCHardware reviews Samsung MD230X3 Eyefinity 3×1 display
  3. X-bit labs on high definition 3D: 120Hz monitors from Acer and LG
  4. C|Net talks monitor tech: LED backlighting
  5. AnandTech reviews the Boxee Box and

    Micca Slim-HD: 1080p in your pocket

  6. TweakTown reviews Creative Labs SB X-Fi Titanium HD sound card
  7. Guru3D reviews NZXT Phantom case
  8. TechReaction reviews Thermaltake Armor A60 case
  9. PC Perspective reviews Lamptron FC6 fan controller
Comments closed
    • urbain
    • 9 years ago

    is jerking off considered a unique talent?

      • Meadows
      • 9 years ago

      No.

      • TaBoVilla
      • 9 years ago

      I thought this was getting deleted, but if not.. well..

      it’s not a talent unless you make extremely awkward sounds while at it. I, for instance, make beat box D&B rhythms and breaks =)

      • Jigar
      • 9 years ago

      Nope, every tom dick and harry does that. Infact, it is as common as human being needs food.

    • NeelyCam
    • 9 years ago

    l[

    • FuturePastNow
    • 9 years ago

    Seagate, how the mighty have fallen.

    • Deanjo
    • 9 years ago

    l[

      • UberGerbil
      • 9 years ago

      Maybe I’m missing something, but I don’t see AMD “pumping” anything. The linked story is quoting “leaked” info not AMD PR; the slides are from AMDZone.com, not from AMD. And even at that, I don’t see anywhere there’s a claim that the IOMMU is “new”: it is listed as a feature of some of the chipsets, but not for others, presumably because some of the chipsets include it and some of them don’t. Right next to “IOMMU” is “PCIe 2.0” and “HT3” — neither of which is claimed to be “new” either. AMD appears to be doing exactly what Intel is doing with their equivalent VT-d tech; using it (among other things) to differentiate some chipsets from others.

    • thermistor
    • 9 years ago

    Per the celebrate your unique talent day, the talent I’ve always wanted was to be able to tie a knot in a cherry stem with my tongue…well, it would be OK for me, but I’d rather find a woman with that exact unique talent. Here’s to hoping.

    • ClickClick5
    • 9 years ago

    l[<"Fudzilla: AMD's Bulldozer hints at 3.5GHz 8MB L3 and Turbo 2.0"<]l All this talk makes me itchy for some hard facts. Get ready Scott... The slower L3 cache is a little disappointing. I was hoping AMD could do better. Nothing screams like 1:1. l[<"Kotaku cites report: Elder Scrolls V is a direct sequel to Oblivion"<]l And this almost made me wet myself. I'm not sure why but I LOVE the Elder Scroll series. Every one. And seeing this tibit of news is exciting! Maybe this will be the first game for my Bulldozer! EDIT: How nice is IE9? I have not tried the beta.

    • TaBoVilla
    • 9 years ago

    why can’t anyone just suddenly owe me like.. 2.5 million bucks or something, geesh! what do I have to do?

      • sweatshopking
      • 9 years ago

      AGAIN! You’re on a roll today! as for what you have to do… I think we can work something out….

      HORSE KILLER!

      • plasticplate
      • 9 years ago

      I KNOW something u could do, but i cant say it here and i don’t think u would be capable either ๐Ÿ˜›

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