Monday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. C|Net: Intel Windows 8 tablets to hit retail stores in November
  2. GeekWire: Robbie Bach's four startup lessons from Xbox and Zune
  3. AllThingsD's exclusive: Yahoo's Thompson out; Levinsohn
    in; board settlement with Loeb nears completion
  4. Bloomberg: Nvidia soars after forecast tops estimates and
    Apple founder Wozniak to buy Facebook regardless of price
  5. X-bit labs: Intel begins work on 7nm, 5nm process technologies
  6. AnandTech tells a tale of two Thunderbolt storage devices:
    Seagate's GoFlex Desk and Western Digital's Thunderbolt Duo
  7. Ars Technica: Adobe backs down, will secure last generation of apps
  8. Dedoimedo: Ubuntu 12.04 on a high-end laptop


  1. Bloomberg: Stanford instructor to launch Accelerator for enterprise startups
  2. Network World: Apple accuses Samsung of purposefully destroying evidence
  3. GigaOM: Expect a 6 month freeze on Facebook's Instagram acquisition
  4. Business Insider: Meg Whitman hints that layoffs are coming for hp
  5. Build versus buy: One company's decision to go it alone - Ars Technica
  6. Ars Technica on DRM-free physical media: Dead
    in the water or the answer to art's prayers?
  7. Mashable: Is plasma TV dead?
  8. Dealzon's deals: $200 coupon for 15.6" Lenovo Y570 i5-2450M / GeForce GT
    555M, $58 coupon for 14" Dell Vostro 3450 i5-2450M, $250 coupon for 14"
    Lenovo Y470p i5-2450M / Radeon HD 7690, and $10 coupon for 128GB
    Samsung 830 series SSD

  1. Asus PadFone demo video

  1. Win8China has Windows 8 build 8375 images (in Chinese)
  2. Debian 6.0.5 released

  1. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - CPU direct access FB
  2. Storage Perspective: A Google Drive preview
  3. The SSD Review has 128GB OCZ Vertex 4 review and 1.4RC FW comparison
  4. Hardware.Info reviews Synology DiskStation DS2411+ 12-bay NAS
  5. NikKTech reviews SteelSeries Diablo III headset
  6. Techgage reviews Corsair Vengeance K90 keyboard
  7. Hardware.Info reviews 13 gaming mice
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