Many articles you read on Mac troubleshooting mention troubleshooting methods like resetting the NVRAM, starting in FireWire Target Disk Mode, starting in Safe Mode, or starting in Single-User Mode, but fail to explain exactly how to do that.
Several news sources are reporting that, indeed, Apple's forthcoming Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard upgrade disk will install successfully on Intel-based Macs currently running Tiger.
New and Noteworthy: ZDNet: Intel-based Macs fall short in benchmarks; Intel-based Macs spawning other strange bedfellows; more
Java update won't install on Intel Core Duo-based Macs.
Boosts Boot Camp functionality.
Volume goes quit, then loud, then quiet...
USB-related issues seem to be central.
The fix is a doozy, but it works.
Perhaps the worst QuickTime update ever
Office 2008 is in beta, Avid supports Intel-based Macs, Media tools for the Apple TV and more.