PB G4 reports
xlr8yourmac has some nice useage report (one month) with a PowerBook G4, as well as some interesting news about the Omni Group porting 4 top selling games to Mac OS X (Hm, what might that be?).
Apple and Sears no more
the register today has the article on the topic that was commonly talked about on other websites already yesterday: Apple and the retails chain are no longer partners. It's a bit unclear who was dropping who, but as far as things stay, I'd say it was Apple who dropped Sears in favor of what might soon be its own retail outlet chain.
1GHz P3 Monday
the register reports that Intel is going to launch its P3 Mobile with 1GHz clock speed on Monday, again autpacing AMD there (who still didn't even introduce any mobile chip, announced yes, released no). These will be chips featuring SpeedStep, unlike the ones that were already available in some models, which were totally regular P3 chips.
MacCentral has some talking from the president of Connectix, the guys who make Virtual PC, Virtual Game Station etc. They got to an agreement with Sony yesterday, about the legal issues with Sony's PlayStation code. Of course there have been various rumors about the agreement, and now there's some clarity for you.
MOSR notes that Dual 677 and 733MHz G4 machins may become available in April and that Apple has been laying off several people from various departments over the past months. Of course this doesn't necessarily mean anything bad, as the whole industry is struggling with finances and staff all over the world.