Friday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. WSJ: How Google tracked Safari users
  2. DigiTimes: AMD to launch Radeon HD 7800 series
    GPUs in March; Nvidia to launch Kepler in April
  3. VR-Zone reports Lenovo's IdeaPad U300e ultrabook now available and
    SanDisk announces new SSDs & software solutions for increased performance
    and Nvidia preparing GeForce GTX 560 SE
  4. X-bit labs: Nvidia Kepler yields lower than expected - CEO
  5. Fudzilla reports Red Ridge is reference Medfield tablet
    and Atom Z2610 is Medfield's official name
  6. DigiTimes: Google may launch Android 5.0 in 2Q12, say Taiwan makers
  7. Ars Technica: Next version of OS X to be more iOS-like than ever with
    Mountain Lion and older Macs voted off the Mountain Lion island
  8. AMD Catalyst 12.2 pre-certified driver


  1. TechCrunch: Foxconn increases wages, raises pay by 16-25% for Chinese workers
    and more backpedaling: Netflix brings back the $7.99 DVD-only plan
  2. MobileBurn reports Clearwire to launch TD-LTE network in June 2013
  3. VR-Zone: Cisco to file EU complaint against Microsoft's Skype deal
  4. Ars Technica: Apple wins against Motorola over "slide-to-unlock"
    in Germany and is MegaUpload "a lot less guilty than you think?"
  5. MPAA: DVD ripping hurts users, cuts their "options" (to repurchase content)
  6. DigiTimes: Acer expects double ultrabook shipments
    in 2Q12, improving gross margin each quarter
  7. VR-Zone: ASRock enters the industrial PC market with three new Atom boards
  8. PC Perspective's podcast #189
  9. Dealzon's deals: $349 off 17.3” Lenovo G770 i5-2450M / 8GB RAM /Blu-ray,
    $230 coupon for 15.6” Lenovo G570 i5-2450M / 8GB RAM, $150 off 11.6”
    Asus UX21-ESL4 Zenbook i5-2467M / 128GB SSD, and $40 off Logitech
    MK550 wireless keyboard

  1. Engadget: Asus delays Ice Cream Sandwich for Transformer, aims for 'Feb / March
    2012' release and Acer Iconia Tab A510 hits FCC, refuses to reveal all its secrets
  2. VR-Zone: Acer U.S. confirms Android 4 (ICS) for Iconia A500 and A100 in April
  3. Hardware Heaven reviews HTC Titan Windows Phone
  4. TUAW: Coverage? for iOS tells when you can and can't get on the cellular network
  5. VR-Zone reports Rockstar confirms Max Payne for mobile devices
Software and gaming

  1. Ars Technica: Google has released Dartium, a Chromium build with a Dart VM
    and exotic XSS bug in Adobe Flash controlled users' web accounts
  2. Ars Technica's first look: Mozilla's Boot2Gecko mobile platform and Gaia UI
  3. TechReviewSource on Norton 360 version 6.0
  4. VR-Zone reports Xbox 720 is codenamed Durango
  5. Shacknews reports PS3 firmware 4.11 now available
  6. Ars Technica publishes the Vita game guide: impressions of 14 launch titles
  7. Fudzilla: Save data not connected to PS3 Skyrim issues
    and Assassin's Creed to arrive October 30th
  8. Ars Technica: New Max Payne 3 trailer shows a game that's Payne in name only
  9. Joystiq reports Halo 4 to feature one heavy Master Chief
  10. Kotaku: Guild Wars 2 is almost certainly coming to consoles
  11. Alan Wake is now available on Steam
  12. Hardware Heaven reviews Gotham City Imposters (PC)
  13. Fansite beta key giveaways

  1. AnandTech's ASRock CoreHT Server Edition review
  2. PC Perspective: How we review laptops
  3. HardwareLook's Samsung Chromebook Series 5 review
  4. X-bit labs have roundup: Mini-ITX mainboards for Socket FM1 processors
  5. TweakTown reviews LSI MegaRAID SAS 9265-8i RAID controller
  6. X-bit labs review Sapphire Radeon HD 7950
  7. PCStats reviews 500GB 500GB Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Ultra
  8. Hardware Secrets updates chips comparison table
  9. Funky Kit reviews SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition mouse
  10. techPowerUp! reviews 1200W Thortech Thunderbolt Plus PSU
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