Linked by Adam S on Tue 26th Feb 2008 14:21 UTC
Apple As predicted by many, Apple today announced upgrades to their Macbook and Macbook Pro line of computers. Both feature the new 45nm Intel Penryn processors, larger hard drives, 802.11n wifi, and for the Macbook Pro, a multi-touch trackpad. Both are "available immediately, shipping immediately." No word on the iPhone SDK.
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RE[3]: Who cares ?
by arokh on Wed 27th Feb 2008 11:42 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Who cares ?"
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Maybe you should get a Mac, and see what all the fuzz is about. Seriously though, Apple have a very small product line, that are extremely popular. Any update in these is welcome, and very interesting to Mac people.

If you don't understand that this is different from other vendors like Dell that have a big jungle of models then I don't know what to say. Apple updates their product line maybe once every six months or so, and a lot of people want to read about it.

"major desktop environment for *nix systems". Are you kidding me? A quick search on "KDE" in the search field reveals "KDE 3.5.9 Released". That's right, an incremental update in a desktop environment I think totally blows, completely uninteresting to anybody else. Yet I don't complain about it, because I have the choice not to read it. But I do understand it might be interesting to others.

If you have nothing better to do than bitch about articles you don't find interesting, you should seriously consider getting out more.

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