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  1. Engadget: Apple secrets leaked early by inside traders, arrests reveal
  2. Ars Technica: Can ISPs charge more to make gaming less laggy? They already do
  3. Fudzilla reports Intel netbook plans shattered by tablets

    and AMD to launch eBrazos

  4. DigiTimes: Apple to upgrade MacBook Pro and iMac in 1H11

    and Taiwan makers plan to hike motherboard prices

  5. X-bit labs: Hitachi’s new hard drive paves the way for 4TB and 5TB HDDs
  6. TC Magazine: Hitachi develops 500GB 7mm-thick hard drive

    and OWC releases dual-HDD/SSD RAID drive and

    JEDEC working on new flash memory standard enabling 300+ MB/s speeds

    and Zotac working on custom GeForce GTX 580 with 16-phase power design

  7. Opera 11 goes final


Free Shipping Day

  1. C|Net reports Oracle touts strong quarter, Exadata pipeline
  2. RIM: Earnings show we’re still in the game
  3. WSJ: Yahoo! plans to shut down AltaVista, other sites
  4. Ars Technica: 882 Novell patents now shared by Microsoft, Apple, EMC, and Oracle
  5. Microsoft patent chief: 2010 was a significant year of invention
  6. Intel CISO Harkins: “Run toward risk
  7. DSLReports: Broadband prices dropping, just not in U.S.
  8. Ars Technica: U.S. calls for online privacy “Bill of Rights”
  9. Senator: New net neutrality plan worse than “doing nothing at all”
  10. TorrentFreak: MPAA shuts down 29 BitTorrent and NZB sites
  11. BPI: 1.2 billion illegal music downloads in 2010 a record
  12. Windows Fanatics on hacking: The next generation
  13. PC Perspective podcast #134
  14. Engadget HD podcast 227 – 12.15.2010
  15. Download Squad: Microsoft’s Hotmail Active Views—a vetted interactive e-mail solution

Hardware news

  1. DigiTimes: Intel, Micron to ramp delayed fab in 2Q11
  2. TC Magazine: EVGA P67 Classified motherboard pictured, has six PCIe x16 slots
  3. SemiAccurate takes a look at MSI P67 motherboards lineup
  4. Expreview: Sharkoon delivers 130MB/s-capable USB 3.0 flash drive
  5. Network World: Government gives thumbs up to ThumbDrive trademark
  6. TUAW: Apple releases LED Cinema Display firmware update
  7. The digital camera turns 35
  8. VR-Zone: Asus announces O!Play Mini compact media player
  9. Expreview: Zalman makes GS1200 full-tower case official
  10. Dealzon’s deals: $500 coupon for 15.6โ€ Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d 3D, $414 coupon

    for Denon AH-D7000 headphones, and $220 off 12MP Nikon S1000pj camera

    w/ projector

Mobile

  1. Engadget: Nexus S has been rooted, let the madness commence
  2. iFixit’s Nexus S teardown
  3. SemiAccurate: LG first with Tegra 2 Android phone
  4. Engadget reports hp files trademarks for Gyst, Myte, and Veer: New Palm models?
  5. TC Magazine: MSI said to prepare Windows 7 tablets for Q1 2011, Android ones

    for Q2 and LG B smartphone pictured, has slim build, high-brightness display

  6. Engadget: BlackBerry PlayBook will ship in March, assuming intertial momentum
  7. TUAW: Police hunt down stolen iPhone in chopper
  8. VR-Zone: Google Android 2.4, not 3.0 may arrive in February
  9. Ars Technica: Bing for iPhone gets major overhaul, minor tweaks for Android
  10. TC Magazine: Google Maps 5.0 for Android debuts, adds 3D view, offline navigation
  11. AnandTech: GLBenchmark 2.0 released – modern SoCs benchmarked
  12. Shacknews: Unreal Development Kit launches iOS support, Jazz Jackrabbit teased

    and PlayStation Network app coming to iOS and Android; still no word on PSP support

  13. WMPoweruser: Paramount to release Silverlight enhanced movies for Windows Phone 7
  14. Mac Rumors: Word Lens iOS app offers real-time language translation
  15. Ars Technica reviews Nook Color

Software

  1. TC Magazine: AMD delivers Catalyst 10.12a hotfix with Radeon HD 6900 card support
  2. Mac Rumors reports Mac App Store to open January 6th
  3. Engadget: BlackBerry Desktop Software 2.0 for Mac OS

    brings Wi-Fi music sync, broader iPhoto / iTunes support

  4. TUAW: Apple releases Time Capsule and AirPort Base

    Station firmware update to fix AirPlay issues and

    Apple updates AirPort Utility 5.5.2 for Mac and Windows

    and Apple Digital Camera RAW compatibility update 3.5

  5. Ars Technica: Stuxnet apparently as effective as a military strike
  6. Microsoft gets its new, paid client-security product out the door
  7. Ars Technica: Oracle butts into online collaboration space with Cloud Office

    and Google offering MSI to simplify Chrome enterprise development

  8. Unixmen: Nvidia 260.19.xx driver for Linux is released
  9. Digitizor: Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” to come with a completely free Linux kernel
  10. HowtoForge: Virtualization with KVM on a Fedora 14 server
  11. OMG Ubuntu: How to install the latest Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 10.10
  12. InternetNews: Wine advances ActiveX support for Linux and GTA4
  13. TC Magazine: CyberLink Media Suite 9 goes on sale, offers BDXL support
  14. Belarc Advisor 8.1.16.5
  15. Sysinternals suite – December 16, 2010
  16. Windows 7 Tweaker 3.6
  17. System Explorer 2.5.0
  18. Dropbox 1.0.8 RC
  19. IrfanView 4.28
  20. ID3 Renamer 4.0.12
  21. Songbird 1.9.1 build 1920
  22. EverNote 4.1.0.3413
  23. Google Chrome 10.0.612.1
  24. SlimBrowser 5.00.139

Gaming

  1. MCV: Games account for just 3.3% of piracy
  2. Variety: How did Spike’s VGAs do ratings-wise?
  3. Nielsen Wire: Game consoles edge closer to serving as entertainment hubs
  4. Engadget’s OnLive Game System review
  5. MCV: Gears 3 VGA absence explained and

    iPhone FPS coming to PlayStation Move

  6. Kotaku: New Deus Ex delayed, not ready for revolution
  7. Shacknews: L.A. Noire trailer reveals the marriage between technology

    and performance and Portal 2 co-op trailer shows off newly-named bots

    Back to the Future: The Game first episode due on December 22

  8. Ars Technica: Civilization V patch smartens up AI, cleans up mechanics
  9. Fudzilla: Work on PS3 Black Ops connectivity issues continues
  10. Cataclysm hotfixes – updated 12/16
  11. Call of Duty: Black Ops update & Sid Meier’s Civilization V Mac update released on Steam

Systems

  1. Hexus Christmas gift guide 2010: Components for an extreme PC
  2. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews hp Envy 17: hp‘s MacBook Pro killer?
  3. Legit Reviews on Core i7-950

Graphics

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews AMD Radeon HD 6970 and 6950
  2. Hardware Heaven pits Gigabyte GTX 570 vs.

    Sapphire Radeon 6970 / 6950 vs. Radeon 5870

  3. TweakTown tests AMD Radeon HD 6970 2GB in CrossFire
  4. Hexus.net tests HIS HD 6970 2GB in 2-way CrossFireX
  5. OC3D’s PowerColor HD 6970 CrossFire review
  6. Guru3D’s AMD Radeon HD 6950 CrossFireX review
  7. Technic3D reviews Asus GeForce GTX 580 (in German)
  8. TestFreaks review Sparkle GeGorce GTX 465

Multimedia, power, and cases

  1. Engadget’s Casio Exilim EX-H20G (with Hybrid GPS) camera review
  2. Benchmark Reviews on Asus Xonar Essence STX PCI-E
  3. PureOC reviews 1000W PowerColor Extreme PX PSU and Corsair Graphite 600T case
  4. Neoseeker reviews Thermaltake Armor A60 case
Comments closed
    • kamikaziechameleon
    • 9 years ago

    HDD are still holding on.

    • ModernPrimitive
    • 9 years ago

    Intel CISO Harkins: “Run toward risk”. I’m stuck in the past and “Run toward risc”? is what my brain saw…

      • srg86
      • 9 years ago

      Whenever I read “DLC” I alwasy first think of the Cyrix Cx486DLC processor from the early 90s.

    • Jigar
    • 9 years ago

    5TB ? WOW, that’s a lot of data…

      • designerfx
      • 9 years ago

      nah, not really. It’s just slow creeping improvements – due to technological limitations among other things.

      I’d like to see hard drives head towards 10-15 years MTBF – not for people to actually keep it that long, but as better guarantees of how long this stuff will last.

      • dpaus
      • 9 years ago

      With a little bit of lossless compression, I could fit my whole pr0n collection onto one drive! Well, almost, anyway…

        • sweatshopking
        • 9 years ago

        dude. that’s insane. you must have big forearms.

        • plasticplate
        • 9 years ago

        tru, i have mine on two seperate drives… gets frustating when u r looking for a specific file ๐Ÿ˜›

          • sweatshopking
          • 9 years ago

          gross. nice to finally see you dragged your fat lazy ass out of bed.

        • anotherengineer
        • 9 years ago

        :O

        ZOMGWTFBBQ

        I didn’t realize there was that much pr0n in existance?!?!?!

        I guess you have/includes german shizza, midget and all the rest???

          • plasticplate
          • 9 years ago

          yeah….dpaus is a pretty sick bastard ๐Ÿ˜›

            • dpaus
            • 9 years ago

            All those clown videos you asked for? Just for that, forget it…

            • plasticplate
            • 9 years ago

            wow, u got some with clowns in it? *bows in awe*

          • dpaus
          • 9 years ago

          All the donkey stuff is in HD – I think it’s outtakes from a National Geographic special that went horribly wrong…

    • sweatshopking
    • 9 years ago

    I’m loving the final opera 11. anyone else using it? I know me and meadows do….

      • plasticplate
      • 9 years ago

      Just updated it. hmmm, didn’t find any difference from the version i was using earlier (not that it was bad before, its a nice browser).

      • plasticplate
      • 9 years ago

      Ahhhh….this is not about opera. This is u smirking at us with ur first post. Damn it!!!!

        • sweatshopking
        • 9 years ago

        well. it is and it isn’t. I’ve been doing well on the 1st post end, and I do Love opera. seriously. I don’t know why anyone would use any other browser. they all seem so outdated to me. 11 brings extensions, tab stacking, performance improvements, and a few other things, like visual mouse gestures. You may have been runnign the beta if you don’t notice a difference.

          • anotherengineer
          • 9 years ago

          Well since you brag so much about it, maybe I will download it and try it out.

          Does it have adblock like FF??

          That may be the deal maker/breaker.

          Ads are fine, its the blinking/flashing ads that get the axe on my PC (so *&#$%^! annoying). If I wanted to be distracted or get a siezure while trying to read I would get a strobe light or something.

            • sweatshopking
            • 9 years ago

            it has a built in ad blocker that works by right clicking. you then click on ads you want blocked. as for ad-block, it also has the same ad-block extension as firefox. use it for a week, and let me know what you think….

      • aatu
      • 9 years ago

      Running it, though I don’t actually need any of the new features. It was fine already. I hope they’ve also made general improvements (speed, stability, compatibility, etc).

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