Earlier this week, at the IDF conference, Intel unveiled their revolutionary Light Peak optical connector, which promised a 10Gbps data throughput. In comparison, the maximum speed of USB 3.0, the successor to what we know as the the standard for data transfer, is 4.8Gpbs.
Even though some people have already had their MMS capabilities
activated by AT&T, leading to speculation the carrier would
slow-roll out the feature to avoid network strain, the Friday,
September 25 date is holding firm.
A few people thought the use of stock photography for the Snow Leopard retail box was a bit out of character for Apple. We found a snow leopard video that shows it could have gotten a whole lot weirder.