Mandela Day Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Apple earnings: A rare growth opportunity – Seeking Alpha
  2. VR-Zone reports GScreen’s dual-screen laptop finally available
  3. Donanim Haber has Intel Sandy Bridge-E model names and specs (in Turkish)
  4. H Online: Microsoft contributes a lot of changes to Linux kernel 3.0
  5. Mozilla introduces BrowserID: A better way to sign in
  6. Develop: Battlefiled 3 won’t appear on Steam, retailer says
  7. Breaking: Battlefield 3 alpha screenshots leaked – BF3Blog
  8. Ubuntu Vibes reports new Linux Game store ‘Gameolith‘ launches with 5 indie titles


Mandela Day

  1. DigiTimes reports HTC to appeal patent infringement complaint
  2. Neowin reports Microsoft working on new ‘market disrupting‘ project
  3. Behind the hike: Why Netflix is raising prices – USA Today
  4. SuperSite for Windows on Spotify
  5. Ars Technica on why the U.S. needs a data privacy law—and why it might finally get one
  6. NinjaLane’s podcast

Hardware news

  1. DigiTimes: Asus reportedly reduces motherboard material orders for 3Q11
  2. TC Magazine: Intel delivers new Celeron ULV CPU, preps four new Core i7

    mobile chips and Seagate starts shipping the Pulsar XT.2 enterprise SSD and

    Gigabyte coming out with two new, WindForce 3X-cooled GeForce GTX 570s

  3. VR-Zone reports Enermax introduces ETS-T40 series CPU coolers
  4. NCIX’s super summer keyboard sale
  5. Dealzon’s deals: $375 coupon for 15.6” hp dv6tqe i7-2630QM / Blu-ray, $20 coupon

    for 15.6” Toshiba C650D-BT4N11 AMD C-50, $75 coupon for 14” hp dm4x i5-2410M,

    and $540 coupon for hp Elite h8se i7-970 / 10GB RAM / Blu-ray

Mobile

  1. VR-Zone: iOS hack brings multi-user support to Apple’s iPad
  2. Fudzilla reports Nvidia’s Kal El might be the only ARM 9 40nm quad
  3. TNW reports the first WP7 handset running Mango set to land in August
  4. Mac Rumors: ‘iPhone 4GS’ test device photos?
  5. HotHardware reports refurbished iPhone 3GS now $9 at AT&T
  6. Engadget: U.S. Army runs smartphone trial, could see ‘limited deployment’ later this year
  7. VR-Zone: LG introduces Optimus Pro & Optimus Net Android Gingerbread smartphones
  8. AnandTech’s hp TouchPad review
  9. t-break’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G tablet review

Software

  1. VentureBeat: Malwarebytes quietly becomes a big player in anti-malware software
  2. Microsoft moves forward with ‘Roslyn‘ compiler as a service project
  3. Phoronix: Test driving GNU Hurd – with benchmarks against Linux
  4. Questions about 64-bit Firefox for Windows 64-bit users
  5. AutoHotKey 1.1.00.01
  6. VirtualBox 4.0.12
  7. LibreOffice 3.4.2 RC1
  8. MozillaCacheView v1.40

Gaming

  1. Kitguru has Xbox 360 disc scratches – repaired
  2. TweakTown’s StarFox 64 3D Nintendo 3DS hands-on preview

Systems, storage, and networking

  1. Hi Tech Legion’s Sapphire Edge HD2 mini PC review
  2. PureOC reviews Samsung RF711 notebook
  3. Legit Reviews on AMD A6-3650 2.6GHz Llano APU
  4. ocaholic’s CPU – benchmark comparison tables
  5. Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – Vanderpool technology
  6. Björn3D’s Asus P67 Sabertooth motherboard review
  7. TweakTown’s Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 motherboard review
  8. OCC’s ECS HDC-I motherboard review
  9. Benchmark Reviews on Patriot Wildfire SF-2281 SSD
  10. Computing on Demand reviews QNAP TS-419P+ Turbo NAS
  11. BCW on Voipex ViBE

Multimedia

  1. Hexus.net reviews Gigabyte GeForce GTX 570 Super Overclock
  2. TechReviewSource’s Samsung SH100 14MP review
  3. ThinkComputers on Asus Xonar DG sound card
  4. Hardware Secrets: Everything you need to know about the SPDIF connection
  5. Kitguru’s Thermaltake Meka mechanical keyboard review
  6. ocaholic’s Roccat Alumic mouse pad review

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Real World Labs on 1350W Enermax MaxRevo PSU
  2. Big Bruin reviews Sentey GS-6500B Burton case
  3. OC3D’s Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced case review
  4. Techgage reviews Rosewill Blackhawk case
  5. OCModShop reviews NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller
  6. Kitguru reviews be quiet! Dark Rock Pro CPU cooler
Comments closed
    • dashbarron
    • 8 years ago

    Why has 64-bit FF taken so long to develop?

      • ClickClick5
      • 8 years ago

      Dare I troll?

      Because 90% of Firefox users are still on 32bit XP. No need to spend time developing 64bit.

      Trolling aside, probably due to flash and other web plugins not being 64bit ready. Like Vista and 7 come with 32 and 64bit IE, but with flash still being in beeta for 64bit, it hampers the online experence.

      On that note, Adobe….really? Why can’t you get 64bit flash out? I know of single-man created programs that support 64bit on their programs launch day… *facepalm*

        • dashbarron
        • 8 years ago

        I take these as one of those things where one standard pushes along the other–they should have sped up the progress. It seems as soon as Microsoft released 64-bit IE Adobe popped Flash out. Sure it’s Microsoft and IE, but still.

        As a browser that debuted as the better alternative to IE, I always assumed they’d be quicker on the draw.

      • spartus4
      • 8 years ago

      Just a wild guess, but it may have something to do with 64bit Flash finally coming of age.

      • dragosmp
      • 8 years ago

      I’m unaware what would be the benefit for FF to have a 64 bit executable. FF uses a lot of memory, but the 2GB possible within 32 bit operation are quite enough for anyone. What would 64 bit FF bring aside from lack of plug-ins and higher memory usage?

    • willmore
    • 8 years ago

    Looks like the fudzilla server went belly up. 🙁

      • jensend
      • 8 years ago

      Try visiting their homepage.

      Great success!

        • willmore
        • 8 years ago

        Used to get the cPanel default page, now it gives “this page isn’t redirecting properly” error. Still no joy down in whoville.

    • stratosrally
    • 8 years ago

    “Neoseeker’s CM Storm review” takes you to a 404 Error…

      • Ronald
      • 8 years ago

      The link has been removed.

    • ClickClick5
    • 8 years ago

    “Develop: Battlefiled 3 won’t appear on Steam, retailer says ”

    So now I’m looking at disc again. If no disc….

    • codedivine
    • 8 years ago

    [quote<] AnandTech's hp TouchPad review [/quote<] That is a really nice review. Anandtech's smartphone and tablet reviews are a class above the rest with great technical coverage, in contrast to fanboy site reviews.

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