Talk:Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs gives opening keynote to WWDC 2005
- I see that the answer is "yes". ☺ Uncle G 00:59, 7 Jun 2005 (UTC)
What's happened to that company? They had it all and ... punted -Edbrown05 01:14, 7 Jun 2005 (UTC)
is that some ice i see in hell
we find out who deep throat is, debian sarge is released, and now this. Yikes.
Does anyone else use the PPCs other than apple and all three consonls (Xbox 360, N revolution, PS3)? Does IBM use it in some of thier servers and supercomputers and the like? ~The bellman | Smile 03:37, 7 Jun 2005 (UTC)
According to the POWER Wikipedia page, IBM has used the PowerPC in (some of?) their RS/6000 workstations and AS/400 minicomputers. But (it seems) their use has since been replaced by the POWER 4 and 5 CPU's. So no, IBM no longer uses their PowerPC CPU's themselves. But the POWER and PowerPC architectures are still closely related. And the PPC remains popular in the embedded market, although it's the Motorola/Freescale parts that are used there. It is odd that Apple is switching away from PPC just when the three next-gen consoles are switching to it. There's going to be an awful lot of interest in the PPC and related technologies (Altivec, Cell, etc) over the next several years. Apple is going to miss out on it all. Imroy 19:06, 7 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Note on the report
- Sure. NGerda 14:43, Jun 9, 2005 (UTC)
NGerda attended the keynote speech of WWDC 2005 for Wikinews, via a Press Relations representative from Apple. While the wireless internet connection was on while I was waiting outside of the hall before the event, I was unable to provide a live report because the keynote hall didn't have any reception. I had access to the front rows of the press seats (which are in the front), where I was able to take pictures and write the story in a word processor on my computer before eventually finding a strain of wireless bandwidth after the event to upload the story to Wikinews.