Christmas Eve Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Bloomberg reports Best Buy cancels some online orders
  2. Engadget: hp issues LaserJet firmware update, hopefully ends exploding printer saga
  3. Fudzilla: Intel extends lead over AMD
  4. X-bit labs: AMD may be preparing Phenom II X8 microprocessors
  5. VR-Zone: Radeon HD 7990 coming in Q1, sports 6GB of GDDR5
  6. AppleInsider shares rumor: Apple wants to
    launch 'iPad 3' on 2/24 birthday of Steve Jobs
  7. Phone Arena reports Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab not getting ICS
  8. GOG has The Witcher: Update of our Geo-IP policy

Christmas Eve

  1. AllThingsD: Google will pay Mozilla almost $300M
    per year
    in search deal, besting Microsoft and Yahoo!
  2. X-bit labs: Broadcom licenses memory and chip technologies from Rambus
  3. Fudzilla reports Fusion-io could cash in on Thailand's misfortunes
  4. X-bit labs: Asus to outsource mainboards production to Cal-Comp Electronics
  5. AppleInsider: 'Prototype' Apple Store to call on a decade of design knowledge
  6. Wired: Amazon builds world's fastest non-existent supercomputer
  7. VR-Zone: ECS Wi-Bridge does what Intel's WiDi does on the cheap
    and Targus first with DisplayLink USB 3.0-based notebook dock
  8. Engadget: NEC outs pair of displays that tell you their
    carbon footprint, how economically awesome they are
  9. Engadget podcast 269
  10. Ther Vergecast 007
  11. Newegg's holiday bargain hunter: Christmas Eve Edition

  1. Threatpost: Android application allows remote access - no permissions required
  2. Android Police's exclusive: How to easily root the
    Amazon Kindle, regardless of its software version
  3. The Verge reports Sony Tablet S to get Android 4.0, but no release date yet
  4. NBC Bay Area: iPad factory explosion may lessen Apple's supply
  5. DailyTech: Apple patent applications describe fuel cell-powered mobile devices
  6. Engadget's Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1 hands-on impressions (video)
  7. The Verge's 7" Toshiba Thrive review
  8. Fudzilla reviews HTC Radar Windows Phone
  9. The Verge: If Samsung doesn't care about customers, how can it hope to keep them?

  1. Microsoft News: Windows 8 build 8172 screenshots emerge
  2. KDE makes first 4.8 Release Candidate available, adds Secret Service
  3. Mozilla Thunderbird 9.0 and 3.1.17 release notes
  4. SeaMonkey 2.6.1 release notes
  5. AppleInsider: Quicken for Mac 2007 being rebuilt to work with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
  6. Phoronix: Why the Radeon Gallium3D performance is down

  1. TheGamerAccess: Next-generation gaming
    uncovered, ready for PS4, Xbox 720 & Wii U
  2. GameSpot reports EA won't appeal Aussie Syndicate ban
  3. Star Wars: The Old Republic - working on reducing queues
  4. VR-Zone's Star Wars: The Old Republic PC MMORPG review
  5. Joystiq: GameStop's got B2G1, savings on Rage, Skyrim Collector's Edition, more
Systems and storage

  1. TestFreaks have best of 2011
  2. KitGuru's Dell XPS 14z review
  3. VR-Zone's Gigabyte X79-UD7 overclocking review
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Asus P9X79 Deluxe
  5. PurOC reviews ASRock X79 Extreme4-M
  6. X-bit labs review Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5
  7. VR-Zone's 8GB G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3-1600 dual-channel kit
  8. Björn3D reviews 240GB Patriot Pyro SE SSD

  1. Guru3D on Radeon HD 7970 CPU scaling performance
  2. ProClockers review Sapphire Radeon HD 6670 Low Profile
  3. OC3D's SteelSeries Diablo III mouse and headset review
  4. Hardware Heaven reviews Corsair Vengeance K90,
    K60 gaming keyboards and M90, M60 gaming mice
  5. XSReviews on Corepad Deskpad XL and XXXXL
Cases and cooling

  1. LanOC Reviews on Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition case
  2. TR alum Dustin Sklavos reviews BitFenix Outlaw case
  3. ThinkComputers reviews Diablotek Fly case
  4. Hardware Secrets reviews NZXT Phantom 410 case
  5. TweakTown reviews XClio Touch 320 case
  6. ocaholic reviews Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
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