National Daiquiri Day Shortbread

7 Up

  1. AppleInsider: Apple set to release Lion, new MacBook Airs as soon as Wednesday
  2. Life without adapters: Ars Technica on how more ports let the Toshiba Thrive tablet compete
  3. BGR: Apple to launch low-priced iPhone for $350, iPhone 4S / 5 end of summer

    and RIM to discontinue Wi-Fi BlackBerry PlayBook?

  4. Redmond Pie: iOS 4.3.4 jailbroken already on iPhone,

    iPad, iPod touch using PwnageTool bundle [tutorial]

  5. TC Magazine: Samsung’s NC220 monitor needs no PC nearby, supports power-over-Ethernet
  6. VR-Zone reports Toshiba Singapore unveils 14″ USB mobile LCD monitor
  7. Mozilla’s goals for multi-process Firefox


National Daiquiri Day

  1. MarketWatch reports Netflix, LinkedIn among decliners in tech retreat
  2. AppleInsider reports ITC rules in favor of Kodak in Apple patent suit
  3. Bloomberg: SMIC shares fall in Hong Kong after David Wang quits as CEO
  4. Ars Technica reports LulzSec takes on Murdoch empire with Sun hack, fake death claim
  5. Network World: Anonymous takes aim at Google+ in more ways than one
  6. TC Magazine reports g.co made the official URL shortcut for Google websites
  7. C|Net reports Netflix streaming service hit by outage
  8. OT – ‘Not fair’: Stanley Cup late for Ontario celebration

Hardware news

  1. IHS iSuppli: ARM processors to ship in nearly one-quarter of notebook PCs in 2015
  2. SemiAccurate reports SeaMicro ups core count to 768 per server

    and ReRAM gets closer to reality

  3. Engadget reports Acer debuts WiDi-equipped Aspire 5755 laptop
  4. TC Magazine: New Asus U46 and U56 ultra-thin laptops get a video presentation

    and MSI releasing six LGA 1155 boards with PCI-E 3.0 this quarter

    and GeIL debuts the EVO Corsa and Enahnce Corsa memory series

  5. Engadget reports Lego folding farm fights cancer, looks good doing it
  6. TechCrunch: Kinect-powered, dueling “JediBot” created by Stanford robotics students
  7. Dealzon’s deals: $420 coupon 17.3” hp Envy 17 Quad i7-2630QM / Radeon HD 6850M,

    $170 coupon for Dell Inspiron 620s i5-2310 slim PC, $100 coupon for Alienware Aurora

    PC $1299+, and $510 coupon for 23” hp TouchSmart 610 Quad i7-2600 / 1GB GeForce

    GT 425M / Blu-ray

Mobile

  1. VR-Zone reports HTC to buy back 20 million of its own shares
  2. Mac Rumors: Samsung & LG reportedly quality testing ‘Retina’ iPad display production for Apple
  3. Android Central: Verizon getting micro SIM cards for its Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE tablet
  4. The Inquirer: LG’s Optimus smartphone 2D to 3D conversion technology explained
  5. iFixit’s Motorola Droid 3 teardown

Software

  1. AppleInsider: Gold master copies of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion arrive on hard disks at Apple stores
  2. VR-Zone: Baidu releases own web browser, looks a lot like a certain competitor
  3. Sysinternals Suite – July 18, 2011

Gaming

  1. Bethesda Blog: QuakeCon 2011 tournament lineup announced
  2. Gamasutra’s analysis: Is the U.S. video game industry really declining?
  3. Shacknews reports Dawn of War II – Retribution Eldar DLC incoming

    and Final Fantasy XIII-2 coming in January and

    Tomb Raider was ‘losing relevance‘ before reboot

  4. Deus Ex: Human Revolution – combat trailer
  5. Supreme Ruler: Cold War gameplay trailer
  6. Ars Technica: Resistance 3’s world may be hopeless, but it sure is fun
  7. Brink updated on Steam

Systems and storage

  1. TR alumnus Dustin Sklavos and Hardware Heaven review Alienware M14x laptop
  2. TweakTown on AMD A8-3850, Sapphire A75, G.Skill Flare, and 2600MHz+ DDR
  3. BCCHardware reviews ASRock Z68 Extreme4
  4. The SSD Review’s G.Skill RipjawsX F3-14900CL9Q-8GBXL memory kit
  5. AnandTech’s LG N2A2 NAS review

Multimedia, case, and cooling

  1. [H]ard|OCP on Nvidia’s new FXAA antialiasing technology
  2. ThinkComputers reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 Dirt 3 Edition 2GB
  3. Benchmark Reviews, Hardware Canucks, Hi Tech Legion, LanOC Reviews,

    Neoseeker, and PureOC review Cooler Master Storm Sirus headset

  4. MissingRemote’s IOGear GKM581R wireless HTPC keyboard review
  5. techPowerUp! reviews Cooler Master Storm Enforcer case
  6. BayReviews on Thermaltake Frio CPU cooler
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    • destroy.all.monsters
    • 8 years ago

    HTC is doing what RIM should be doing right now – buying back shares.

    • dpaus
    • 8 years ago

    [url=http://www.bgr.com/2011/07/16/judge-finds-htc-guilty-of-infringing-two-apple-patents-could-mean-trouble-for-android/<]This article on the Apple-HTC patent suit[/url<] snuck in over the weekend, and I didn't find it until this morning. Without commenting on the validity of 'correctness' of the Apple patents, I found the following quote interesting: [quote<]A judge with the U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday ruled that HTC’s Android phones infringe on two of ten Apple patents.... Both patents are said to be hugely important to the core Android OS, and if upheld, the ruling could be incredibly damaging to the rest of Google’s Android partners[/quote<] I wonder if HTC is the rumoured 'other party' allegedly in discussions with [i<]hp[/i<] to license WebOS. It also make me wonder if maybe RIM shouldn't be putting a toe into the licensing waters with the QNX-based BB OS7.

      • sweatshopking
      • 8 years ago

      i think we’ll see more wp7 devices on the market.

        • Peldor
        • 8 years ago

        Unless MS has already licensed the 2 patents in question, there’s no way WP7 is less infringing than Android.

          • dpaus
          • 8 years ago

          That’s not the point – Microsoft, like [i<]hp[/i<] and RIM, has tons of cash and almost as many tons of patents relating to smartphones. HTC has neither. Apple can sue HTC confident that they can't effectively fight back. RIM, Microsoft and [i<]hp[/i<] - not so much. Having said that, Apple is also suing Motorola, who apparently have a few bucks in the bank and likely one or two patents to counter-sue with. But perhaps the latter aren't as obviously winners against Apple as what the other three would have.

            • Peldor
            • 8 years ago

            Apple is also suing Samsung, one of the largest patent holders on the planet. Apple sues essentially everybody that competes with them. Financial status and IP portfolios don’t deter the Apple attack hounds at all.

            • sweatshopking
            • 8 years ago

            MS provides coverage for the manufacturers of WP7 devices. MS isn’t worried about apple, and apple isn’t going to sue ms, they would gain nothing, as they’d likely lose.

            • TheBulletMagnet
            • 8 years ago

            I guess that’s why Apple is keeping that $50 billion in the bank. Lawsuit money.

    • JustAnEngineer
    • 8 years ago

    [url<]http://allrecipes.com/recipe/best-strawberry-daiquiri/detail.aspx[/url<] [url<]http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/daiquiri-recipe/index.html[/url<]

      • stdRaichu
      • 8 years ago

      stdRiachu’s cherry daiquiri recipe:

      2 parts liquidised cherries + tbsp demerara sugar (sieved)
      2 parts white rum
      1/2 part kirsch
      1 1/2 parts cherry juice and/or apple + blackcurrant juice
      Dash lemon juice

      Never understood using white rum in a strawberry daiquiri. For preference mine is:

      2 parts liquidised strawberries + 2tbsp demerara sugar (sieved)
      3 parts havana club anejo especial
      1 part (clear) apple juice
      Juice of half a lime

      Shake ’em all over ice and serve in a frosted glass.

      Best thing about daiquiri’s is that you can make a boatload of the fruit syrup in advance and then freeze it as daiquiri cubes, then just smoosh it (or if you’re making a big batch, chuck it in the liquidiser) with the rest of the alcohol… that way you don’t need ice cubes either.

      Damn, I want a cocktail now…

    • JustAnEngineer
    • 8 years ago

    Nevermind – duplicate.

      • dpaus
      • 8 years ago

      Why not edit to just put one recipe in each post to balance the load? It’s what [i<]I'd[/i<] expect an engineer to do....

        • Goty
        • 8 years ago

        It’s not a previously solved problem, hence and engineer can’t handle it. 😉

          • JustAnEngineer
          • 8 years ago

          [quote=”I don’t know who”<]Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.[/quote<] [quote="Theodore Von Karman"<]Scientists study the world as it is; engineers create the world that has never been.[/quote<]

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