Apple's Latest 0.1 Adds a Lot The New York Times' David Pogue provides a preliminary review of Panther: "Wherever you stand in the Macs vs. Windows debate, this much is certain: In Panther, Apple has taken an already sparkling, super-stable operating system and made it faster, better equipped and more secure." More.
Low-Cost Supercomputer Made With 1,100 Macs The New York Times is the latest news outlet to cover Virginia Tech's 1,100-Power Mac G5 supercomputer: "A home-brew supercomputer, assembled from off-the-shelf personal computers in just one month at a cost of slightly more than $5 million, is about to be ranked as one of the fastest machines in the world." (Most of the world's supercomputer have cost $100 million to $250 million.) More.
Apple's Bridge to Tomorrow Business Week claims that the iPod is becoming an entirely new platform thanks to its compatibility with both the Mac OS and Windows. More.
Previously we noted:
- New iBooks announced; include G4 processors, USB2.0, AirPort Extreme
- Apple announces eMac price cuts
- Panther shipping
- More on PowerBook G4 15" (FireWire 800) screen spots and bad RAM
- Troubleshooting QuickTime 6.4: Java issues, game issues, command-line installation hurdle
- Troubleshooting Mac OS X 10.2.x: Content indexing problems follow-up
- Odds and Ends: TechTool Pro delayed, LaCie Porsche drives recalled, Knowledge Base Updates