Correct your knowledge
xlr8yourmac has gotten word from Michiro Isobe that a lot fo misinformation about the G4+/G4e (V'Ger I assume) chip is going around and has posted links to some hard facts (no rumors).
And there are some more infos on the Voodoo3 drivers stuff.
X Windows for OS X
the register notes that the latest version of XFree86 software now also runs on Mac OS X (and Darwin), opening the X Windows door for Mac OS X for everyone. (If that is realy needed)
More open sourced Apple
the regiser also notes that Apple has widened their open source license for Darwin, apparently making a lot of people happy. Maybe that will spur Darwin development even more. Remember that everything that runs on Darwin, will also run on Mac OS X.
Cyrix III review
Anandtech has a review of the Cyrix III processor, the worlds first chip to use a 0.15micron process. However, everything else still can't keep up with the competition.
MacWEEK introduces some companies that are going to show off their products at MWSF, and in another article, talks about whether Apple should maintain Mac OS 9.x past the release date of Mac OS X. (Yes, they should)
MOSR reacts to CNET's rumors from yesterday, telling a lot of true things about the G4e. However, the G4e will NOT lose any IPC (Instructions per Clockcycle), according to Motorola's spec sheet that you were linked at at xlr8yourmac.
Better news seems to be comeing from ATI, who are likely to bring the All-in-Wonder Radeon to the Mac.(at MWSF)
They gotta know it
AppleInsider is all fuzzy about the new hardware that is going to be announced by Apple on Monday (?), however, I'm not so sure they're right in every aspect. It is, for example, unlikely that Apple only stick 128MB RAM into the top G4, when it already has 256 today...