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Updated June 16, 2008

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Saffari is Apples gate way to the internet is doing so well that Mircrosoft will not producing anymore updates to the Mac version of Internet Explorer.


With the increase of 3D demand seen mostly in gaming software. Video card manufactures like ATI and NVIDIA are consently trying first to bring the latest video boad to the public. Hoovering at 256 MB of ram too fast for most of what computers today are generally used for. NVIDIA launches their GeForce FX 5900 Ultra at $499US. ATI launches their Radeon 9800 Pro for the same price.

What is next.

Sony plans to launch its own handheld game console called the PSP. Set for its debut at the end of 2004. No price has been set yet.
Apple launches their next gerneration line the G5. This time their partnership is with IBM

A DVD looks like a CD, but can hold more data than the 700MB a regular CD can hold. A DVD can hold data on both sides. However, each side of a DVD can have two layers. Each layer can store up to 4.7 gigabytes (GB) or 4.7 billion bytes of data, enough for a 2-hour movie, with full motion and multi-track stereo sound. Here's the four types of DVD and their storage capacity:

 Tom's Hardware has tested four processors to see how they stand-up to a heatsink-fan failure. Pentium III and 4 processors survived. Athlon (Thunderbird core) and AthlonMP processors "melted-down" in a 'fraction of a second.' I should point-out that the heat sink was totally removed in the tests. The AMD processors with the Palomino core (e.g, Athlon 4 and AthlonMP) do have a thermal protection feature. The AthlonMP may have survived if the heatsink was left in place and the fan cord was pulled instead? That scenario should have been tested. The likelihood of the heat sink I use (http://duxcw.com/digest/Howto/cpu/socka/2.html) coming loose is very low. The tests do show, however, that AMD's thermal design is clearly inferior to Intel's and needs immediate attention. The very high temperatures that were measured and the possibilities of a fire hazard and motherboard damage are worrisome. The article with pictures is at: http://www6.tomshardware.com/cpu/20010917/index.html

The all - new 15 - inch PowerBook G4 offers an unrivaled mix of power and portability in a sleek aluminum design weighing just 5.6 pounds. Featuring a stunning 15.2-inch widescreen display, phenomenal graphics, backlit keyboard and advanced connectivity including AirPort Extreme, Bluetooth, FireWire 800, USB 2.0 and Gigabit Ethernet, the new 15-inch PowerBook G4 starts at just $1,999 (US). So what are you waiting for - go get one.

Fully loaded with a 1.25GHz PowerPC G4, 512K of L2 cache, AirPort Extreme Card, megawide display, ATI Radeon graphics and a slot-loading SuperDrive, the 15-inch PowerBook G4 boasts jaw - dropping features - including its price: all this is now just $2599. And models equipped with the Combo drive start at just $1999.


Apple releases an AirPort Utility 5.3.2. however it only works as intended on

Operating System Requirements:
This product is designed to run on the following operating systems:
· Mac OS X 10.5 Intel
· Mac OS X 10.5 PPC

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