> News reports typically seem to have some garbles, and can't provide
> all
> details.  This one doesn't mention the bus or the OS used, but some
> IBM RISC System/6000 machines are called "PowerPCs".

The IBM R6000 is the predecessor architecture for the PowerPC.  The
Motorola, IBM, Apple consortium improved the orginal architecture into
the current PowerPC architecture.  IBM uses a modified PowerPC in the
new System/6000 workstations.

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