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Tuesday Evening (5 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 11-June-2013  18:45:08 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Apple has previewed a new Mac Pro. Today at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple teased a brand new design for its Mac Pro computers. The new machine is radically different in design, packing a bunch of internal power but a large amount of expansion via 6 Thunderbolt ports. The new Mac Pro will look a lot like a cylinder, and it houses a triangular shaped inner chassis. On two sides those triangles are packed with chips and fans, and the other has RAM and then ports on the back. Discussion from WWDC in the Apple Desktop and Apple iOS forums.

Also revealed officially today is Sony's PS4. Videos and things here. At first glance it seems the Sony fanboys have scored this round over the Xbox ones, with a lower price and less restrictions on secondhand games. The Japanese firm announced at the E3 trade show that its machine would be sold for 349 in the UK, $399 in the US and 399 euros across Europe. It added that it would not impose restrictions on second-hand games. Discussion in the Sony Consoles forum.

The PRISM thing keeps on rolling, with a whistleblower named Edward Snowden coming forward as the source of the leaked info. "I don't want to live in a society that does these sort of things I do not want to live in a world where everything I do and say is recorded. That is not something I am willing to support or live under." But some say the story is wildly inaccurate.

Some storage stuff from Computex: LSI's Syncro, LSI Sandforce codename Griffin SSD, some game changing products all on SSDReview, and ADATA M.2 SSDs and NGFF on Tweaktown.

Here's a cool Photoshop prank in Stockholm, thanks mpot.



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