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Apple Computer, which has been known as a company that likes to keep all the secrets in house, according to a report from a web-site, asked Intel Corp. to help develop its commercial PowerMac computers...
Apple has released a bevy of revised systems today- iBooks: 1.25GHz/1.33GHz with Airport extreme and Combo, a xServe RAID model with 5.6TB of storage and a single CPU PowerMac G5 1.8GHz....
"An ongoing debate has been raging since the G5's announcement which asks that we define the G5 as either a "desktop" or "workstation" class computer". Editorial contributor Harry Rider believes that the fact that such...
sockit2me9000 from Slashdot writes: "Well NASA's Langley Research Center recently benchmarked the new G5 dual 2ghz Powermac against a dual 1ghz Xserve, a dual 1.25 ghz Powermac, a Pentium4 2 ghz, and...