International Shareware Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. MPAA, RIAA: Lawsuits won't protect content
  2. Dell 2.0: Company shifts focus to Oracle-like acquisition campaign
  3. X-bit labs: Intel starts to sample next-gen SoC for smartphones (Medfield)
  4. Core i7-2600K engineering sample listed on eBay
  5. SemiAccurate: P67 and H67 boards get priced
  6. Fudzilla: AMD HD 6950 works at 800MHz
    and Radeon HD 6950 is in a class of its own
    and XFX rolls out a new HD 6850
  7. ShaderToyMark 0.2.0 benchmark available with better SLI and CrossFire support
  8. Joystiq: Mass Effect 3 outed on EA Store [Update: Listing yanked by EA]

International Shareware Day

  1. Ars Technica: Switching ISPs? You may not get much better service
  2. DSLReports: Comcast testing lower pricing for 105Mbps tier
    and Verizon, DirectTV testing LTE-based home broadband
    and FCC's Baker wonders why neutrality plan isn't public
  3. Ars Technica reports Operation: Payback changes course, may be fizzling out
    and OpenLeaks to mimic WikiLeaks┬Śminus the "political agenda"
  4. Engadget on Motorola's new logo: It's red
  5. PC Perspective's podcast #132
  6. Apple's Steve Wozniak: "We've lost a lot of control'
  7. 9 to 5 Mac gets its Steve Jobs doll contraband
Hardware news

  1. Light Peak will not see wide-spread adoption - chip developer
  2. C|Net: Google Chrome Cr-48, black MacBook: Separated at birth?
  3. Sharky Extreme's biweekly CPU prices
  4. TC Magazine: Strontium debuts the pWn series gaming memory and
    Sharkoon serves up the Vibe Fixer Pro HDD / SSD mounting frame
  5. Seagate Momentus XT firmware update [215451]
  6. Engadget: Patriot intros Supersonic USB 3.0 flash drive, milks 100MB/sec from a single chip
  7. C|Net on Blu-ray's next barriers: DVRs, thinner notebooks
  8. Engadget: Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 mouse flaunts its hidden gamepad and
    modder creates robotic Level 10 case, intimidates fellow gamers in the process
Newegg holiday bargain hunter 12/11

  1. $40 off hp SW350A 12.1MP digital camera
  2. 10.3" Samsung BD-C8000 3D Wi-Fi-ready portable Blu-ray player
    (extra $80 off with promo code EMCYTZT244)
  3. $50 off Zalman FG1000 FPSGun mouse
  4. $40 off Asus Rampage II Extreme motherboard
  5. $20 off Sony Optiarc BR-5100S BD-ROM drive
  6. $5 off Sparkle GeForce 210 512MB

  1. C|Net: iPad mini rumors surface again
  2. Survey: iPad news-reading eating away at print media
  3. TUAW: hp adds more printers to AirPrint-compatible list
  4. DailyTech: Apple seeks CDMA engineers, Gmail for Android gets updated
  5. Windows Phone 7: Early sales figures should be the least of anyone's concerns
  6. C|Net: That exploding Droid? Maybe not so much
  7. Engadget: T-Mobile says it'll launch '4G' tablets in 2011 and Motorola
    Android tablet specs and Honeycomb home screen leaked in Taiwan?
  8. C|Net reviews ViewSonic ViewPad 7 and
    Verizon's 4G VL600 modem is dangerously fast (review)
  9. Engadget's smartphone buyer's guide
  10. Engadget posts Nexus S and BearExtender PC reviews
  11. InsideHW reviews Samsung Omnia 7: Galaxy S in a Windows suit
  12. Download Squad: Android Market getting a much-needed
    with two new categories and more to come
  13. SuperSite's Windows Phone app of the week: AP Mobile
  14. TechFlash reports PopCap scores two of the best selling iPhone apps of 2010
  15. TUAW: Angry Birds developers to launch 'Bad Piggy Bank' mobile payment system

  1. Phoronix: AMD's Linux team takes another blow and
    Nvidia comments on its Linux driver architecture
  2. Dedoimedo on Super OS - Do we really need it?
  3. HTG explains: Which Linux file system should you choose?
  4. AV-Comparatives: Retrospective test - November 2010 (PDF)
  5. SuperSite's Google Chrome vs. the world, part 2: Chrome Web Store
  6. Network World on Chrome OS: 10 thigs you can (and can't) do with the Google PC
  7. TUAW: Mac App Store has software developers optimistic
  8. Wine 1.3.9
  9. Advanced SystemCare 1.40 beta

  1. Big Download: UK teenager arrested for causing Call of Duty server attack
  2. C|Net on the 10 most disappointing games of 2010
  3. Shacknews reports Deus Ex: Human Revolution extended
    CGI trailer
    reveals more backstory, augmented action
    and Mass Effect2 trekking to PS3 on 1/18 in N.A., 1/21 in Europe and
    Civilization V DLC brings new scenario and two new civs on December 16
    and Civilization V patch brings oodles of fixes, soon
    and NFS Hot Pursuit 'Super Sports' DLC announced
    and Quake Arena Arcade finally coming to XBLA on December 15
  4. Battlefield Blog: Pure gameplay action from Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam
  5. Bethesda Blog: New Vegas game update available on PS3 -
    will be on Xbox 360, Steam next week
  6. Super Meat Boy and Team Fortress 2 updates released on Steam
  7. Shacknews Weekend Confirmed episode 38 (podcast)
  8. posts Christmas gift guide 2010: Gaming
Systems and storage

  1. Guru3D's PC buyer's guide - winter 2010
  2. Hardware Secrets has first look at Gigabyte's GA-P67A-UD4 motherboard
  3. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews 750GB Seagate Momentus HDD
  4. TechSpot reviews 1GB Iomega eGo USB 3.0 portable hard drive
  5. KitGuru reviews 240GB OCZ RevoDrive X2 SSD
  6. CowcotLand reviews 40GB Corsair Force F40 SSD (in French)
  7. Legit Reviews on Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100 gaming network card

  1. TweakTown has Gainward GeForce GTX 570 GLH 1280MB overclocked
  2. HotHardware's OC'ed GeForce GTX 480 shootout: MSI vs. Gigabyte
  3. X-bit labs review Nvidia GeForce GT 430
  4. TWL reviews Epson EX7200 projector
  5. Hardware Heaven on Razer's StarCraft II peripherals
  6. BCCHardware reviews Tt eSports Challenger Pro gaming keyboard
  7. C|Net compares mechanical keyboards
  8. Examiner's gaming mouse buyer's guide - part 1
Power, case, and cooling

  1. Funky Kit reviews 875W Thermaltake Toughpower XT PSU
  2. Legit Reviews on BitFenix Survivor case
  3. X-bit labs review Thermalright Archon CPU cooler
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Xigmatek Aegir SD128264
  5. Viper Lair reviews Noctua NH-C14
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