National Pastry Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. In-Stat: PC segment’s share of microprocessor TAM to shrink below 10% by 2014
  2. DigiTimes reports Intel CEO defends PC amid tablet, smartphone growth
  3. Intel inside 35 tablets, no phone till H2 2011; Intel

    Medfield-powered smartphones expected in 2H 2011

  4. X-bit labs: AMD has no plans to intro brand-names for “Ontario” and “Zacate” hybrid chips
  5. VR-Zone: Dell Alienware M17x sporting Intel Sandy

    Bridge and AMD Mobility Radeon 6900 surfaces

  6. TC Magazine: RunCore develops SandForce-based 1TB 3.5″ SSD
  7. Fudzilla: Antilles, Radeon HD 6990 is Q1 2011 and

    Radeon HD 6970 is 10 – 20% faster than GTX 480

  8. EA Games label president believes the non-online games model “is finished

    and EA reaping tremendous windfalls from digital sales


National Pastry Day

  1. MarketWatch names Steve Jobs CEO of the decade
  2. Fudzilla: Insecurity experts close to fixing the worst hack of all time
  3. Engadget: Intellectual Ventures begins tech patent offensive,

    files three lawsuits against nine companies

  4. TC Magazine: European Commission fines five LCD panel makers with €649 million
  5. hp on SPARC / Solaris: “Larry Ellison bought a money-losing business”
  6. (Not so) crazy Microsoft rumors: Microsoft store for NYC coming in 2011
  7. DSLReports: Level3 still insists Comcast misleading everyone

    and Time Warner Cable launches luxury bundle

  8. Comcast: No plans for usage-based pricing
  9. C|Net reports iTunes rolls out 90-second song previews
  10. BCCHardware podcast #78
  11. TechFlash: ‘Mech-Steve’ Ballmer vs. ‘Navi-Steve’ Jobs in latest video spoof

Hardware news

  1. DigiTimes: Intel loses 2010 chip market share while Samsung gains, says Gartner
  2. X-bit labs: hp stays top workstation supplier as market continues to rebound
  3. TC Magazine: Intel’s new Oregon fab to be 450mm ready and

    Intel schedules retirement for a heap of Core 2 mobile processors

  4. Mac Rumors: Apple addresses MacBook Air issues with firmware update
  5. C|Net reports Apple to tap Intel’s graphics for MacBooks
  6. Patently Apple: Apple wins patents for iPad Dock, MacBook Air & multi-touch
  7. Fudzilla reports Oracle halves cores on Sparc
  8. SemiAccurate: More Intel own brand motherboard models unveiled
  9. Fudzilla reports Samsung announces 3D chip stacking
  10. TC Magazine: MSI Radeon HD 6950 & HD 6970 listed in France
  11. Tweak.dk reports Zotac announces the supercharged GeForce GTX 580 AMP! Edition
  12. TC Magazine: Monster rolls out the head-turning Daft Punk Edition Tron: Legacy headphones
  13. Hi Tech Legion’s holiday giveaway – week 3
  14. Dealzon’s deals: 30% off coupon for Dell Professional LED monitors, $50 coupon

    for 17.3” Dell Inspiron 17R i5, $249 off Panasonic G10 12MP camera, and

    $43 off Altec Lansing MUZX Swarovski earphones

  15. Breaking news from Dealzon: $379 off 27″ Dell UltraSharp U2711 IPS and

    $95 off 21.5″ Dell UltraSharp U2211H IPS (both deals expire today, 12/9)

Mobile

  1. Verizon CEO: LTE Will compete with cable
  2. DailyTech reports AT&T responds to poor Consumer Reports showing
  3. Sprint CEO: Still no plans to ditch unlimited data
  4. Ars Technica: European carriers hope to extract wireless fees from Apple, Google

    and Android users biggest data hogs of them all

  5. Engadget: Intel quietly forms netbook and tablet group to fend off competition
  6. AnandTech reports TI reveals OMAP4440 specs: Dual 1.5GHz

    Cortex A9, 25% faster GPU, HDMI 1.4 3D, 1080p60

  7. TC Magazine: Renesas develops RF21S chip with NFC and security functions
  8. DigiTimes reports Quanta says no idea about rumors of cutting into iPad 2 supply chain
  9. Fudzilla reports RIM claims tablet software will be smartphone future

    and Samsung preparing Gloria tablet for 2011

  10. C|Net reports Samsung’s Galaxy Tab red flag for Intel
  11. Engadget: Notion Ink Adam gets caught Photoshopping its bezel away
  12. AnandTech’s first look: ViewSonic G tablet and Tegra 2 performance preview
  13. Google’s Andy Rubin: Over 300,000 Android phones activated daily
  14. Windows Phone 7 handsets incorporate jailbreak-rollback feature
  15. VR-Zone: LG Optimus might get Gingerbread for dinner after all
  16. OCW: Google will push Android Gingerbread 2.3 to Nexus One handsets next week
  17. Engadget: Samsung undecided about Gingerbread on Galaxy S,

    Google says hardware needs ‘similar’ to Froyo

  18. Fudzilla reports Torch sales on the rebound
  19. TUAW: Angry Birds cases for Angry Birds addicts
  20. TestFreaks review Samsung Continuum
  21. AnandTech shares its thoughts on Google’s Chrome OS
  22. Download Squad: YouTube app for Symbian now

    plays higher quality video and supports new devices

  23. Mac Rumors: Epic Games launches ‘Infinity Blade’ – an Unreal-based game for iPhone and iPad
  24. C|Net: B&N says it’s manufacturing 18,000 Nook Colors per day

Software

  1. PCWorld on what to expect: Windows 8
  2. How-To Geek: The 50 best registry hacks that make Windows better
  3. C|Net reports DivX plug-in goes Flash video better than Adobe

    and Microsoft’s voice platform to get a ‘brain’

  4. Linux Today: Java 7 and 8 get the green light over Apache opposition
  5. Google Wave Developer Blog: Introducing Apache Wave
  6. SuperSite for Windows on Google Chrome vs. the world, part 1: The Chrome web browser
  7. Ars Technica’s hands-on with Google’s Chrome Web Store
  8. TC Magazine reports Jolicloud 1.1 OS available, awaiting downloads
  9. Hi Tech Legion’s 3DMark 11 overview
  10. LinuxBSDos.com: How to dual-boot Linux Mint 10 and Windows 7
  11. Sun JRE 6 update 23
  12. Dropbox 1.0.2 RC
  13. CPU Speed Professional 3.0.4.1
  14. Picasa Photo Organier 3.8.0 build 117.29

Gaming

  1. Ars Technica: Apple iOS chipping away at DS, PSP for handheld gaming crown
  2. Kotaku reports Apple loses its iPhone game guru
  3. Massively: Dragon Gaming Speech Pack set to bypass complex keystrokes
  4. IncGamers have Atomic Games Breach interview
  5. Ars Technica reports Wolfenstein 3D created in LittleBigPlanet 2
  6. Big Download: Dead Space 2 demo not coming to PC

    and Batman Arkham City gets small teaser trailer

  7. Shacknews: Two Worlds 2 gets North American, UK release date

    and Warren Spector explains camera issues in Epic Mickey

    and Activision not ready to give up on Tony Hawk

  8. CVG: Singularity dev working on ‘realistic military FPS

    and Bulletstorm: Bleszinski promises solid PS3 performance

  9. Joystiq reports Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception coming in 2011
  10. Fudzilla reports Battlefield 1943 experiment was good
  11. Ars Technica: Gran Turismo 5 patched, online mechanical damage activated
  12. Fudzilla: Gran Turismo 5 for PC?
  13. WoW: Cataclysm hotfixes – updated Dec. 8
  14. Super Meat Boy and Zombie Driver updates released on Steam
  15. Benchmark Reviews on the best PC video games of 2010
  16. GamersHell has Bejeweled 3 demo
  17. Ars Technica plays World of Warcraft: Cataclysm and

    Bejeweled 3 looks casual, is a thrilling update to tired genre

Systems and storage

  1. TweakTown’s holiday buyer’s guide 2010
  2. Phoronix reviews ZaReason MediaBox 4220
  3. TweakTown’s quick review: ASRock Ion 3D 152B –

    Atom D525 HTPC with Nvidia 3DTV Play

  4. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews hp EliteBook 8740w: IPS on the go
  5. KitGuru reviews MSI FX600 laptop (with Nvidia Optimus technology)
  6. Hardware Secrets and TWL review Phenom II X6 1100T BE
  7. CowcotLand’s processors roundup: 39 CPUs, dual, tri, quad, and hexa-cores (in French)
  8. Funky Kit’s Gigabyte GA-H67MA-UD2H video preview
  9. Overclockers.com reviews 12GB Patriot Viper Extreme DDR3 2000MHz memory kit
  10. ThinkComputers reviews OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 portable SSD
  11. TweakTown reviews Thermaltake BlacX 5G USB 3.0 HDD docking station

Multimedia and cooling

  1. Tech ARP posts Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 tech report rev. 1.1
  2. Benchmark Reviews, Hardware Canucks, HotHardware, OCC,

    PC Perspective, and TweakPC review Nvidia GeForce GTX 570

  3. Guru3D reviews PowerColor HD 6870 PCS+
  4. Tweaknews reviews Asus ENGT430
  5. TUAW reviews hp Photosmart Premium e-All-in-One C310a printer
  6. ASE Labs review Evercool Royal NP-901 notebook cooler
  7. Madshrimps review Prolimatech Super Mega CPU cooler
  8. [H]ard|OCP reviews Thermalrigth Archon CPU cooler
  9. BCCHardware reviews CoolIT Vantage A.L.C.
Comments closed
    • dashbarron
    • 9 years ago

    I can’t wait to play Batman AC it looks pretty darn good and the first one was solid. My only concern is that they will make the puzzles too easy with the revamped detective mode they’ve been tooting.

    • indeego
    • 9 years ago

    /[

      • Silus
      • 9 years ago

      LOL, I didn’t even notice the titles for each day 🙂

      • Ronald
      • 9 years ago

      No, tomorrow you will wash all that down with lager.

      • Grigory
      • 9 years ago

      No, Diabetus caused the downfall of the Roman Empire. Nobody should celebrate him in any way or form.

    • kamikaziechameleon
    • 9 years ago

    Online is dead, hugh I remember hearing pc devs say that over a decade ago after quake showed us what online was good for. And yet SP games persist and sell well.

      • sschaem
      • 9 years ago

      EA consider Dragon Age a total flop… like the Sim
      Yet, EA would be bankrupt if it wasn’t was single player games.

      Weird comment…

        • OneArmedScissor
        • 9 years ago

        They’re a bunch of schemers who would rather tell people what they want than give people what they want.

        As nice as it is to see paid downloads making headway, I’m a bit disappointed to see that it’s working out for EA, as one of the greatest possibilities that digital distribution offered was freeing the video game publishing industry from them.

      • aatu
      • 9 years ago

      Great comment from the original article’s discussion:
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    • dpaus
    • 9 years ago

    With the final confirmation from RIM that QNX is the future OS platform for all Blackberry devices, they now have possibly the best foundation in the industry. Now, if they can just steal the designers of the WebOS GUI away from Google… (who stole them away from /[

      • DancinJack
      • 9 years ago

      Did you see they also bought a UI company a week or so ago? With the reliability of Blackberry, QNX and a new UI they could once again get back to competing. (Not that they still don’t have ~35% smartphone share in the US)

        • dpaus
        • 9 years ago

        No, but i just found the news via Google – good for them! Yep, that should put them back in the hunt.

    • Jigar
    • 9 years ago

    *[

    • sweatshopking
    • 9 years ago

    YO BABY BACK ON TOP

      • henfactor
      • 9 years ago

      You da man.

      • plasticplate
      • 9 years ago

      Aw man, the one day i check early to post and THE TROLL is back on top 🙁

      • Goty
      • 9 years ago

      I read this in Dick Vitale’s voice and it made me laugh.

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