Monday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. TorrentFreak: Can you be sued for simply watching an illegal video stream?
  2. C|Net rants about Hollywood's UltraViolet
  3. VR-Zone reports new Intel Xeon E5 to offer ultra-dense
    high-speed compute solutions - right from Intel itself and
    Haswell expected to up the graphics ante further again
  4. Fudzilla has GeForce GTX 680 pictured
  5. VR-Zone's Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 SLI performance preview
  6. This just in at AnandTech: PowerColor PCS+ HD 7870
  7. GottaBeMobile: My new iPad screen has jaundice
  8. VG24/7: Minecraft's Notch working on "space adventure game"


  1. Ars Technica: Apple to announce plans for $100 billion cash pile on Monday
  2. Gizmodo: Was the AntiSec hacking spree an FBI front all along?
  3. Ars Technica's op-ed: Imminent "six strikes"
    copyright alert system needs antitrust scrutiny
  4. Ars Technica: FAA to revisit the use of certain personal electronics on flights
  5. Asus Zenbook commercial
  6. New Internet Explorer commercial
  7. Get free shipping on AMD & Asus bundles from NCIX
  8. Dealzon's deals: $184 coupon for 15.6” hp dv6t i7-2670QM /
    Radeon HD 7690M, $120 off 15.6” Lenovo G570 Pentium B960,
    $250 coupon for 14” Lenovo U400 i3-2350M / Radeon HD 6470M,
    and $70 off 128GB OCZ Octane SSD

  1. TechReviewSource on the new Apple iPad
  2. Tbreak's Samsung Series 7 Slate review
Software and gaming

  1. Phoronix: Intel's Sandy Bridge shapes up on GCC 4.7 compiler
  2. Kernel commnet: Btrfs too fast?
  3. Neowin cites report: Microsoft Security Essentials gaining more users
  4. Kickstarter's latest Wasteland 2 update
  5. BBC recaps Bafta's 2012 video game award winners

  1. X-bit labs review AMD A8-3870K Black Edition
  2. Tbreak reviews 120GB Kingston SSDNow V+200
  3. Overclockers Online's Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500 review
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