Sunday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. PCWorld: PC makers mum on Windows 8 upgrades
  2. The NY Times: AT&T chief regrets offering unlimited data for iPhone
  3. Xbox 360 Achievements: More ads, less services and
    poor functionality¬óthe continuing decline of Xbox Live
  4. Microsoft: Office 365 for enterprises now FISMA-certified
  5. Engadget: AT&T's One X discovered to have 'restricted' bootloader, HTC responds
    and under the microscope: Samsung Galaxy S III's HD Super AMOLED display
  6. √úbergizmo: Samsung releases source code for Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and 10.1
  7. Shacknews: Final class skill videos unveiled for Diablo III
  8. Gizmodo: They finally made a real lightsaber


  1. FBI: We need wiretap-ready websites - now
  2. Reuters: Sprint CEO to take pay cut as iPhone costs pinch
    and U.S. judge urges more deliberations in Android case
  3. TorrentFreak: The Pirate Bay enjoys 12 million trafic boost, shares unblocking tips
  4. Engadget: Dell to upgrade unshipped Alienware orders to Ivy Bridge CPUs for free
  5. Engadget podcast 292
  6. NCIX's Mother's Day specials

  1. HTC's Sense guru: Stock Android 4.0 just not good enough - Laptop
  2. iDownloadBlog: How text editing on the iPad should be
  3. TechCrunch: Facebook Messenger apps get more
    life-like, now show if someone's read your message
Software and gaming

  1. Adobe Flash Player 11.3 beta 3 released to labs
  2. Joystiq: Company of Heroes 2 official reveal coming May 7
    and exploring the beta and beyond in Guild Wars 2

  1. Hardware.Info tests six SSDs in RAID 0: Intel vs. AMD
  2. Tbreak reviews 4TB Western Digital My Book Live Duo
  3. TweakTown reviews Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 2GB
  4. PureOC reviews Cooler Master Storm Trigger keyboard
  5. Quentin Rademaker Dot NL's CM 690 II Advanced case review
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