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  1. The Verge: What is SOPA and how does it work? The Stop Online Piracy Act explained
  2. VR-Zone: AMD marketing chief steps down, offers predictions for 2012
  3. Is overclocking over?
  4. The Verge reports Razer delays Blade gaming laptop and
    Tiamat 7.1 headset, gives free things away to say sorry
  5. AnandTech on Sandy Bridge E & X79 PCIe 3.0: It works
  6. DailyTech sources point to a January launch for Nvidia's GeForce 600 series
  7. Does PCIe 3.0 matter for today's GPUs? VR-Zone tests with the Radeon HD 7970
  8. DisplayMate's IPS tablet display technology shoot-out


  1. WSJ reports AT&T gets airwaves approval
  2. VR-Zone reports Elpida to begin merger talks with Nanya
  3. DailyTech: Germany becomes latest court to reject Apple's Android assault
  4. HotHardware on Nucleus GP: A personal supercomputer from NextComputing
  5. Wireless Goodness: hp Envy 14 Spectre notebook hits the
    FCC, possibly an Ivy Bridge update to the Envy lineup
  6. VR-Zone: LG to introduce new IPS monitors at upcoming CES
    2012 and Sony develops paper-powered battery prototype
  7. The Verge reports Xerox PARC founder Jacob Goldman dies
  8. Dealzon's deals: $260 coupon for 15.6” Lenovo G570 i5-2430M, $180 coupon
    for 11.6” Lenovo S205 AMD Fusion E-450, $250 coupon for 23” Lenovo B520
    1080p multi-touch i5-2320 PC, and $154 coupon for Lenovo Q150 mini PC

  1. Wired: Study shows AT&T's LTE network is faster than Verizon's—for now
  2. Switched On: Open source, open issues for webOS
  3. Phone Arena: Firefox for Android redesigned for Honeycomb tablets
  4. Over 3 billion of mobile devices set to be shipped in 2015 - analysts
  5. World's leading mobile phone gaming benchmark now available for free
  6. PCPer via DGui: Windows Phone 8 OS and devices allegedly coming June 2012
  7. BGR: BlackBerry 10 is a failure that won't be able to compete, company source says
  8. The Verge: BBM Music 1.1 update pushed to U.S. BlackBerrys with free trial
    and Google Voice for iOS update improves Sprint integration, adds mass texting
  9. Lifehacker: LogMeIn offers a free remote access app
    for iOS with the ability to view, control, and access files
  10. Engadget: OnLive now fully supports the Xperia Play,
    virtual thumbsticks and external controllers need not apply
  11. HotHardware's Samsung Galaxy Nexus with ICS (Android 4.0) review
  12. TechSpot reviews Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Software and gaming

  1. Network World: Windows 8 picture password is
    'Fisher-Price toy' says father of 2-factor authentication
  2. Mozilla 9.0.1 release notes
  3. CCleaner 3.14.1616
  4. The Verge reports gaming industry in transition as
    digital-driven revenues can't stop market decline
  5. CVG: Activision and EA headed to court over West, Zampella
  6. Fudzilla reports Microsoft aware of profile error issue
  7. PlayStation Blog: PlayStation Vita launch lineup and details
  8. VG24/7: First Modern Warfare 3 DLC gets first teaser screen, info
  9. Techgage shares Star Wars: The Old Republic - first impressions
  10. Hi Tech Legion on Trine 2: 3D Vision 2 experience
  11. Christmas meets Battlefield 3 (video)
  12. Skyrim theme with Christmas lights (video)

  1. TechSpot has the best gadgets and tech products of 2011
  2. TechReviewSource on Dell Latitude E6220
  3. ocaholic's comparison list: AMD processors - update latest Vision APUs
  4. TweakTown reviews ASRock X79 Extreme9
  5. Benchmark Reviews on 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3-1600 memory kit
  6. CowcotLand reviews Zalman F-Series 120 Go SSD (in French)
  7. HT4U (in German) and PCPer review AMD Radeon HD 7970
  8. OCC reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 6670 Low Profile
  9. AnandTech on Netgear NTV200: Over-the-top streaming for non-networked TVs
  10. OCC reviews Xigmatek Elysium case
  11. LanOC Reviews on NZXT Phantom Black and Orange Edition
  12. X-bit labs review Zalman CNPS11X Performa CPU cooler
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