xlr8yourmac has various notes on various topics and some feedback from readers on Apple's retail store plans etc etc.
Shacknews has all you need to flood your synapses with all possible info on E3. If you think one site isn't enough to cover everything, Shacknews has dozens of links for you.
Boasting about the future
the register notes that nVidia has mae some first vague prognosis on the future of graphics chips. I just hope there will actually be use for all that power in 5 years.
FiringSquad doesn't have a lot of interesting stuff today (apart from the E3 coverage), but it is quite obvious that they have had a major design overhaul. The page is now definitely faster and easier to navigate. Strangely enough that gives it a feel much closer to G-News than before:))))
Apple retail stores: first facts
MacCentral has some images and reports on Apple's first open retail stores. Aparently the campaign is a great success already. Surprised, anyone?
Newer and newer
MacNN has also just overhauled their site, but unlike FS, their new design is not really any better than the old one, I'd even say it's worse.
But we're talking news here, not criticism, so I'd like to point out that they report that the Omni group is going to show of some of the games they are working on at the moment. This will happen at upcoming WWDC.
MG notes that although the GameRanger server has been down for several days now, it's not dead, just the server is aparently. Once it's fixed all will be fine and back up.
IBM revolution again
Slashdot notes that IBM has made some more progress increasing the density of data on harddrive platters. IBM rules, friends:)
MOSR has some mixed rumors on the future of multiprocessing on the Mac. Aparently the 7450 chip is not fully MERSI compliant and therefore not suited for MP configurations above 2 chips.
The other rumor is that Apple might get a second chance to buy Palm, which might be a good idea.
IMG has a lot of news on games, updates, new driver releases etc.