EVGA to unveil dual socket LGA 1366 motherboard at CES Keeping PC enthusiasts on their toes, EVGA has provided a peek at a new motherboard which it will present next week at CES 2010. As you can see below, EVGA has made a dual socket LGA 1366 board, one that's said to have all the bells and whistles of a Classified series product (overclocking feature galore) so to please extreme users. TC Magazine

Analyst: Impact of FTC versus Intel overblown The final impact of a suit brought by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) against Intel Corp. is likely to be less than what many expect, according to an analyst, who rejected the notion that the courts would force the microprocessor giant to license modern x86 instruction sets to other firms. EE Times

Ex-Googler Lee sees Apple tablet debut in January Sure, every blogger worth his salt has weighed in on the long-rumored Apple tablet that may or may not be--its possible size, shape, specs, debut date, and on and on. Now offering up a perspective on the matter is a high-profile tech industry executive, Kai-fu Lee, who until recently was the head of Google's China operations. CNET

Adblockers to save online ads? Google thinks so Google -- the granddaddy of internet advertisers -- says it's not worried about extensions for its Chrome browser that block or eliminate ads on websites. Well... that's interesting. Apparently Google feels that advertisers will make an effort to ensure their ads are less annoying and people will soon see their benefits. Or at least that is the hope over at Google headquarters. Download Squad

Steam holiday sale Valve continues its steeply discounted daily deals today with Counter-Strike: Source ($4.99), The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of the Year Edition ($4.99), Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 ($10.19), Painkiller: Collectors Pack ($8.74), and Trine ($4.99). Many other titles and packs are available at a savings too, and the event ends tomorrow! Steam