xlr8yourmac again has a lot of interesting stuff on various things, one being an iBook HD upgrade warning and another being a Mobility PCI expansion chassis compatibility warning.
Shacknews notes that while the Xbox failed to impress the masses at E3 (which doesn't surprise me, we all know how a PC works and plays games, and the Xbox is just that, with a few features cut out even), the Nintendo GameCube found a lot of fans and will ship with a pricetag of only 200$, that's about 100$ less than the competition's offerings, according to Shacknews.
Motorola releases PPC 7440
the register reports that Motorola has finished development of a low-power version of the PPC 7450 G4+ chip, running with less core voltage and without L3 cache support, thus reducing the heat dissipation and power consumption. This should pave the way for 7440 based PowerBooks.
the register notes that Steve Jobs said at WWDC yesterday that all Macs are now going to be equipped with Mac OS X, but Mac OS 9 remains the standard for now. Aparently a boot selector software enables you to choose which OS you'd like to boot. Certainly a good idea to introduce Mac OS X for the masses. Work with Mac OS 9 and play with Mac OS X in the evening.
OS X too slow
the register reports what both Steve Jobs and Avi Tevanian had to say about users concerns about the lack of speed under Mac OS X, namely the Mac OS X Finder sucking duck. Good to hear they're working on those issues. I hope my new Mac around Xmas will sport a fast and responsive OS and UI.
MacCentral has a great deal of stuff that has been shown or announced at WWDC. Best thing would be to check it out yourself.
MOSR has some short notes on WWDC hardware and software announcements and changes from Apple, and some new rumor on colored iBook due at MWNY.
E3 final thoughts
IMG has some final words on E3 this year, what was in for you and what was not etc.