Glasswire writes: The Google notice about the final score in the Boston-Cleveland ALDS baseball series says it's for "Game 4" — even those Cleveland swept the series in 3 games so there WAS NO 4th GAME. Game 4 was originally scheduled for that day, Oct 10, but the actual 3rd game was postponed from it's original date and was played on the day when the fourth game was scheduled. Then a fourth game became unnecessary and never happened. It's an interesting glimpse into the automation of announcements like this that the game count is obviously being pulled from the schedule as opposed to updated from reality like the score. Look at this quick, not sure how long it will be before Google fixes that page. Link to Original Source
Glasswire writes: "ComputerWorld reports that Microsoft will announce a Microsoft-branded tablet on Monday running the Win RT (ARM-based ) subset version of Win 8. MSFT choose not to offer a x86 Win 8 version, which could have given them a performance advantage over ARM-based Apple iPads. A PCMag opinion piece titled "A Microsoft Tablet Would Be Dumb" said "The only real reason to introduce a Microsoft-branded tablet is because Microsoft couldn't get anyone else to make a Windows RT tablet." No reaction yet from Microsoft's system OEM customers that it will now be competing with."
Glasswire writes: "Intel announced a major technical breakthrough with the world's first 3-D transistors, called Tri-Gate, in a production technology which provides performance improvement and power reduction. It was demonstrated on upcoming 22nm "Ivy Bridge" microprocessor which will be the first high-volume chip to use 3-D Tri-Gate transistors. Informative article on this at Anandtech too."