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The Register packt mal wieder wassergekühlte Chipgeschichten aus:
"The Apple connection is interesting since Cooligy's could play a major role in allowing the company to ship G5-based PowerBooks. The 64-bit CPU requires a major computer-controlled cooling system in its desktop incarnation, rendering it effectively useless for mobile applications."
Mehr Informationen auch in der Macworld und bei macrumors.
Inzwischen auch bei Wired gelandet.

Gewohnt kräftige Gerüchteküche, angeblich soll heute noch eine offizielle Aussage zu 10.3 kommen und die G5 Xserves vor der Tür stehen (quasi).

Technewsworld.com nimmt sich die MS-Alternativen Apple, Linux und BSD vor: "I spend a lot of time listening to lots of folks complain that they don't have a choice, that big, bad Microsoft has come in and made their lives a living hell and that someone should do something about it. If you are one of those folks, today is your lucky day. I'm going to start telling you how to fix this problem. In this week's column, I address the "other" platforms. Next week, my column will be about how to use Microsoft products successfully."

Avid Free DV ist jetzt runterladbar, bei den macguardians wird kurz dazu berichtet.

"According to a recent interview in GQ magazine, (Fred) Durst had a crush on the Academy Award-winner before he even met her. In an effort to get her attention, Durst loaded love songs onto an Apple iPod as a gift, such as Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" and Al B. Sure's "Night and Day" to "impress" her." Die AngeiPodete ist übrigens Halle Berry. (via iPodlounge)

Außerdem spannendes aus dem Terminal - heute: 10/07 National Heroes Day in Jamaica (Anleitung zur Selbstinformation).

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