xlr8yourmac noted that first resellers have added the first boards based on the NV20 to their offerings lists. Nothing shipping yet of course, but the first "GeForce 3" boards are appearing now.
Interesting past and future
Shugashack has put up a link to an article talking about the history of nVidia's NV2 chipset (that's not at typo) and talks about some futuristic, sensitive fabrics that are being developped, which might dramatically change the way we input signals into electronic devices.
New way to upgrade PCs
the register notes that a company known by the name of Hypertec has developed a new upgrade card for PCs that will replace CPU, sound and graphics without requiring you to replace the motherboard etc. Pretty much like an iMac upgrade, or a PCI Mac CPU upgrade, just a bit more extended.
Intel struggling again
the register notes that Intel already had to up it's processor core voltage to get it's new P4 cores to clock at 1.7GHz. While this is admittably a lot, it shows nicely how CPU manufacturers face more and more trouble upping the CPU speeds. The jump to 2GHz will most likely require another voltage bump.
Yahoo has an article talking about Apple's new potential, and the competition's plans and how they compare (Microsoft). He (the author) thinks both Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were talking about the same things. Does that surprise anyone else? In the end however, it just results in the same unqualified "Apple is going to go AMD" babble.
MOSR rumors that Apple may be planning to replace the Cube with a new "iCube", a low cost, yet expandable - and screenless - Mac. Earlier rumors suggested both the Cube and the iMac might be dumped sooner or later, both being replaced by only one Mac, a cheap, yet stylish iCube. That would also reduce Apple's offerings to 4 lines again, which would make sense. However, of course nothing is confirmed officially.
The other note concerns Mac OS X 10.0 which has aparently entered beta stage.