Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 1st Apr 2011 21:14 UTC
Internet & Networking "Camino - the Gecko-based browser with a native Cocoa user interface - is considering switching its underlying rendering engine to WebKit. Developer Stuart Morgan announced the proposed change this week after Mozilla effectively put an end to the project that supported embedding Gecko into other software. While the team is still putting the finishing touches on a long overdue 2.1 update, which would finally bring rendering parity with Firefox 3.6, the small group is looking to recruit help to make the transition happen."
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RE[6]: April 1st
by draburn on Sun 3rd Apr 2011 08:55 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: April 1st"
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Well, I own a first gen macbook 13" (bought the day they were available). The screen broke, just because my dog pulled the audio cable and it fell to the ground. It has been my media centre since then, running 24/7 without any further issues.

When the first one broke (nov 2008), I got an unibody (the 13" was not labeled pro yet). It is my main computer, and I've never had any problem with it...

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