Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Apple bumps Power Mac G5s to 2.7GHz (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Apple on Wednesday unveiled upgrades to its line of dual-processor Power Mac G5 desktop computers, raising the top-end system’s processor speed from 2.5 to 2.7GHz. The systems all come equipped with Mac OS X v10.4“Tiger,” and include 512MB RAM, 16x dual-layer“SuperDrive” optical drives, and other enhancements. Prices remain the same, with Apple’s highest-end Power Mac G5 tipping the scales at US$2,999. All new systems are available worldwide beginning today, according to Apple.

H.S. Students Attend Cybersecurity Camp (AP)
AP - A less rowdy spring break hardly seems possible: Twenty-eight high school students spent their week off at cybersecurity camp, looking for vulnerabilities in a wireless network by day and watching"Patton"by night.

Infinity Tries All-Podcasting Radio Format (AP)
AP - Infinity Broadcasting Corp., a terrestrial radio company whose business model is being challenged by the iPod phenomenon, is borrowing a page from its rival's playbook.

IBM Quarterly Filing Details Options Costs (AP)
AP - International Business Machines Corp. said Wednesday it had$2.17 billion of total unrecognized compensation costs related to future stock and option awards that haven't yet vested.


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