Nice look at a comparision of customer ratings. Sure it's showing how Apple is magical and kicks everyone's ass, but looking at the chart as a whole, it's a decent resource (well, take the one image for what you will) if you're looking for a new computer.
Cisco introduces their Cisco Cius Android Tablet.
The Powercolor hd5970 has 12 display outputs. Uhm... compensating for something?
If you're wondering if you should buy the low end iMac and replace the drive, or are a bit nervous about doing it yourself and figure the extra money for the larger drive is worth it, this How-To on Replacing Your iMac's Hard Drive might help you make a decision.
InstinctTech DogFighter CudaDemo is a great look at the latest in GPU and video card technology, with the ability to have 4000+ planes (plus hit detection and flocking behaviors) on screen at the same time. Lies, damn lies and tech demos and all that, still pretty impressive though!
Fellow geeks, I think there's no shame at admitting that when you read about SGI's 'Personal Supercomputer' that Handles 80 Cores, 1TB of RAMM you got short of breath and started to sweat just a bit more than is normal for the effort of reading a webpage.
ATI has some details on the new Radeon HD 5000 GPUs, with a stunning video on the second page. WANT!
Awesome article at LifeHacker on How to Build a Hackintosh with Snow Leopard, Start to Finish, including hardware, partitioning, etc etc. Might be time to upgrade for a bit less than Apple charges for their insane hardware :)
The only danger of course, is some random update somewhere down the road will render your nice $800 Hackintosh rig a brick. Course, at that point you can just install Windows 7 on it!