The work on the future "standard 3D game math library" (no name yet, but that's not very important for the moment; its current codename is math3d, thanks to Jon Watte) is going well. Lots of questions, lots of interresting proposals and points of view on the dedicated wiki. Very interresting.
About the PS3/X360 war, let's say something fun: the ability to plug an external player in the X360 is clean, because if Sony get the HD market, MS will be able to release a blu-ray player for the X360. I just wanted to make sure that everybody was aware of this. I continue with Toshiba, who just released the first HD-DVD player. Its price: something along the line of 500$ (according to the article), to be compared to the price of a blu-ray player (1000$). I guess that an external player for the X360 would cost less (MS plans for 250$).
Toshiba also released the first HD-DVD labtop. Sony just released the first blu-ray labtop. Price: 3000$ and more. Of course, at this price, you get the best of the best. Hell, no: Toshiba's HD is only a 100GB at 5400 rpm. Stupid.
Now that war in Iraq is officially "finished", the HD war begins. I believe this one will be rather funny to watch.