National Cotton Candy Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. AnandTech on AMD’s winter update: Athlon II X3 455,

    Phenom II X2 565, and Phenom II X6 1100T

  2. X-bit labs: Intel will not keep tick-tock strategy for MIC products – company
  3. Computerworld: Nvidia wants to pack more cores in tablets, smartphones
  4. DigiTimes: Foxconn to ship iPad 2 by the end of February 2011
  5. C|Net reports Google’s Rubin shows off unannounced Android tablet
  6. TC Magazine reports Gigabyte GeForce GTX 570 goes live

    and PNY GeForce GTX 570 goes on sale

    and Palit GeForce GTX 570 outed, too

  7. SemiAccurate: Nvidia to launch GF119 at CES
  8. ATi-Forum on Radeon HD 69XX: First price and pictures (in German)


National Cotton Candy Day

  1. Ars Technica: Google launches eBookstore with choice of sellers and devices
  2. TechCrunch has more details on Skype’s big move to the web
  3. Yahoo! News exclusive: AOL mulls breakup, then merger with Yahoo!
  4. TC Magazine: Elpida renews its license agreement with Rambus for $180 million
  5. Ars Technica: Apple ups ante on Motorola patent infringement suit
  6. SuperSite for Windows: Russia drops piracy case after Microsoft backs down
  7. DSLReports: OpenDNS CEO speaks out against COICA
  8. MPAA to universities: Curb piracy or lose federal funding
  9. DSLReports: OnLive planning video service
  10. Network World: Feds tracking Americans’ credit cards in real-time without a warrant
  11. Windows Weekly 185 (podcast)
  12. HotHardware’s Two and A Half Geeks video webcast – 12/6/2010

Hardware news

  1. Technabob reports rare transparent Macintosh SE hits eBay
  2. Laptoping: Asus-Lamborghini Eee PC VX6 ultraportable now on sale in U.S.
  3. DigiTimes: TSMC to fabricate more Qualcomm chips in 2011
  4. Fudzilla: Atom 2012 Cedar Trail fanless, faster

    and Cedar Trail Atom hints at DX 10.1 graphics

  5. TC Magazine reports Nvidia claims 200 notebook design wins for 2011

    and Asus releases the Radeon HD 6370M-equipped K52JU laptop

    and NEC readies the PA301W 30″ (2560 x 1600) IPS monitor

  6. Expreview: LG 7.2mm ultra-slim LED-backlit monitor showed off
  7. VR-Zone: Now you can power a 32″ TV with batteries… as long as it is a Toshiba
  8. Dealzon’s deals: $500 coupon for 13.1” Sony Z series, $169 off 17.3” Dell

    XPS 17 / 640GB / 9-cell, and $100 coupon for 14.5” hp Envy 14

Mobile

  1. DSLReports: Consumer Reports ranks AT&T dead last
  2. Ars Technica’s first look: Android 2.3 Gingerbread tour in screenshots
  3. Engadget: Android Honeycomb coming ‘next year,’ adds tablet support

    and Android 2.3 SDK revealed, Gingerbread improvements called out

  4. Android Central: Gingerbread keyboard code includes PlayStation buttons
  5. Engadget: RIM gives lengthy PlayBook demo at Rogers conference, confirms 4G is on tap

    and Samsung Nexus S utilizing NXP’s PN544 NFC chip and

    software keyboard pops up in webOS 2.0, dreams of a Palm slate phone flourish

  6. Slipppery Brick: Apple confirms white iPhone 4 for spring 2011
  7. C|Net reports Verizon may pay Apple for iPhone semi-exclusive
  8. DSLReports: Sprint’s $2.5 billion network improvement plan hints at LTE
  9. PCWorld: RIM to give Indian government access to BlackBerry Messenger
  10. InfoWorld on the strange, unpredictable pricing of 3G data plans
  11. DigiTimes: Toshiba to launch 3 new tablet PCs in 1Q11
  12. VR-Zone reports Asus E600 Windows Phone 7 retailing soon
  13. MCV reports MS negotiates WP7 jailbreak withdrawal
  14. DailyTech: Windows Phone 7 devs receive copy / paste at last
  15. TUAW: iOS 4.2 prevents some USB devices from working via camera connection kit
  16. Engadget: Google Maps for Mobile 5 unveiled, adds dynamic map drawing and offline mode
  17. TUAW: Google Books app feels rushed, disappoints
  18. TestFreaks reviews Verizon LG Vortex

Software

  1. Computerworld: Microsoft’s ‘China problem’ means IE6 lives on
  2. VR-Zone reports Apple Mac App Store to debut on December 13
  3. Ars Technica: Google App Engine gets Streaming API and longer background tasks
  4. Phoronix pits Ubuntu 10.10 vs. Mac OS X 10.6.5: A competitive race
  5. Sysadmin Geek: How to setup e-mail alerts on Linux using Gmail or SMTP
  6. Visio shapes for SharePoint Server, Project Server, Search Server, and Office posters
  7. Windows 7 Tweaker 3.5
  8. VirtualBox 4.0.0 beta 1
  9. Google Chrome 9.0.597.10
  10. Latest Opera 11 development snapshot: Extension improvements,

    updates to Core, and some other nice fixes

  11. MozillaCacheView 1.31
  12. ImgBurn 2.5.3.0

Gaming

  1. THQ: “Industry healthier than NPD says
  2. IncGamers: Blizzard China leaks being investigated by HQ?
  3. Joystiq: PS3 firmware 3.55 ‘adds a security patch’
  4. Analyst says ‘PSP2 is dead on arrival
  5. Shacknews reports Call of Duty: Black Ops getting more patches

    for PC, consoles; care package glitch in the crosshairs

  6. GameInformer: January cover revealed
  7. Shacknews reports Tomb Raider reboot telling Lara’s origin story

    and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings dev diary

    continues focus on engine; requirements detailed

    and StarCraft II Public Test Realm launches and

    Oddworld ‘Oddbox‘ compilation launching on PC this holiday season

  8. PlayStation Blog: Quests added to PlayStation Rewards program
  9. Ars Technica unboxes the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm CE
  10. Technic3D reviews Call of Duty: Black Ops (in German)
  11. Bitmob on the roots of computer RPGs: SSI
  12. The NY Times: On a hunt for what makes gamers keep gaming
  13. S.T.A.L.K.E.R. for 99 cents on Games For Windows (until 10:30AM CST today)
  14. The Great Steam Treasure Hunt

Systems

  1. Benchmark Reviews, Guru3D, Hardware Canucks, Hardware Heaven, Hexus.net,

    Hi Tech Legion, HotHardware, KitGuru, Legit Reviews, LostCircuits, Neoseeker,

    OCC, OC3D, Overclockers.com, PC Perspective, PureOC, and TechSpot review

    Phenom II X6 1100T BE

  2. Hi Tech Legion reviews Phenom II X2 565 BE
  3. Guru3D’s sneak peek at Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4

Multimedia, power, cases, and cooling

  1. SPCR on Asus DirectCU EA6850
  2. Motherboards.org reviews MSI N470GTX Twin Frozr II
  3. Engadget’s 3DTV roundup: LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Samsung & Sony square off
  4. Legit Reviews on Asus O!Play HD2 HD media player
  5. Hardware Secrets reviews Corsair HS1 headset
  6. InsideHW on Cooler Master Storm Inferno mouse
  7. KitGuru reviews 850W Antec High Current Pro PSU
  8. Overclockers.com reviews SilverStone Grandia GD02-MT case
  9. OC3D on Cooler Master 690 II Advanced White Edition case
  10. Tweaknews on Corsair H70 CPU liquid cooling system
Comments closed
    • kamikaziechameleon
    • 9 years ago

    If AMD wants to get a edge in this they need to price the 1100T at the 230 price point and drive the rest the hex cores down a couple bucks. That would kill the i5 lineup.

      • blastdoor
      • 9 years ago

      I haven’t been following the Intel-AMD CPU wars very closely for a while now. I read that article and was surprised to see that AMD is actually kind of competitive with Intel.

      • Farting Bob
      • 9 years ago

      It would hurt intel in the 150-250 dollar range sure, but i doubt AMD can produce a chip of that size, complexity and speed profitably for $200. Not to mention unless it has something else to go above the 6-core right now then its just hurting it self more than intel.

        • OneArmedScissor
        • 9 years ago

        It’s silicon, not gold. They’ve already been selling X6s for $180 for a long time. The cores are tiny and adding two doesn’t cost them $50 more than a quad-core.

        Graphics cards would bankrupt everyone if high end CPUs were that constrained by silicon cost.

    • kvndoom
    • 9 years ago

    My friends said no, don’t go for that cotton candy
    Son you’re playing with fire
    -the kid will live and learn
    as he watches his bridges burn
    from the point of no return…

      • anotherengineer
      • 9 years ago

      Agreed.

      Chocolate > all

    • NeelyCam
    • 9 years ago

    Suck it, ssk!

      • Meadows
      • 9 years ago

      Seconded

      • sweatshopking
      • 9 years ago

      LOL. i might just have to…. well done sir! It’s kinda funny actually. So many of you guys get annoyed about that, until you’re first! 😛

        • dpaus
        • 9 years ago

        You mean ‘first to post’ or ‘first to poke the troll’?? 🙂

          • NeelyCam
          • 9 years ago

          I sense some irony in this, but can’t quite put my finger on it….

            • dpaus
            • 9 years ago

            Of course not – you can’t ‘poke’ something by ‘putting your finger on it’

        • anotherengineer
        • 9 years ago

        Did you install CSS yet?

        I was rolling with the TMP last night 🙂

          • yogibbear
          • 9 years ago

          TMP = crank up the firestarter and flashbangs and PWN everyone in the FACE! Best weapon for spraying at faces if you have skills and know the maps well enough. Works really well on dust 2, inferno and italy.

            • anotherengineer
            • 9 years ago

            Indeed, it was actually serving me well on cpl mill lol, its all about the kitty rush 😀

            • sweatshopking
            • 9 years ago

            i did! i had to get my account unlocked, but i did. add entact, and you can noob stomp me!

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