Day: October 10, 2013

Oz delay for new G5s

Oz delay for new G5s Australian resellers are expecting delays before Apple’s newly-announced Power Mac G5s are in stock. Apple ramped-up speeds for its Power Mac line two weeks ago, introducing 1.8GHz, 2.0GHz and 2.5GHz G5s. But Australian resellers aren’t convinced they’ll ship soon in that country. Apple Centre director Ben Morgan told Australian Reseller News (ARN): “If there’s one constant in life it’s that there will be delays with any new Apple products. When the first G5s shipped, we waited over a month for the units. The same happened with the iBook and PowerBook lines.” He anticipates that...

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Expo breaks attendance records

Expo breaks attendance records Macworld Conference and Expo, New York, set an all-time attendance record, attracting 61,250 Apple fans from around the world – a 33 per cent increase on attendance at the Expo last year. The Expo has become the second most well-attended IT event in New York. It featured nearly 400 companies – showing the latest hardware, software and Internet solutions – filling over 294,000 square feet of exhibition space. In a statement, Rob Scheschareg, vice president of events, IDG World Expo, said: “Macworld Conference and Expo has been growing dramatically during the last couple of years,...

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Battlefield 3 PC version to get new minor patch on April 27

Battlefield 3 PC version to get new minor patch on April 27 DICE and EA has just announced that PC version of Battlefield 3 will be getting a minor patch update on April 27 i.e tomorrow. The developer also confirmed that PS3 gamers will receive fix for input lag and VoIP in the month of June. On official Battlelog forum, DICE stated that tomorrow’s update will be less than 100MB in size. Other information from the official forum are listed below. The game client is compatible with the currentl y-live clients and servers.There will not be any corresponding updates...

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