[G3]-TechNews : Home| RSS | Atom | MSN | WAP

Article: Step-by-Step Guide: How to set up a VPN
Article: Download: Microsoft Monad (Beta)
Article: Building a 64-Bit Multimedia Workstation
Article: Coming Soon to Windows: The Microsoft Shell (MSH)
Article: How to Reset Win NT / 2000 / XP Administrator Password
Article: The Technology Behind Dual Core CPUs
Article: How-To: Wireless Network Security
Article: Article: PCI Express - technology backgrounder
Article: Tutorial: Access Hidden Files on Your iPod
Article: Troubleshooting drivers with XP's hidden Driver Verifier Manager
Article: How to Make a 5 in 1 Network Cable
Article: Comparison - Blu-ray & HD DVD
Article: Beginners Guides Linux : Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Article: How To Crack WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
Article: Email Addresses Spoofing.
Link: Free PHP ebook
Link: FREE ASP.NET books and eLearning course
Link: Free registration code for Opera 8.
Invitations: Gazzag (Here) | Yahoo! 360 (Here)  | Orkut (Here)

Mac OS X will not boot on regular PCs.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/09/2005 07:57:00 PM.

There goes the Bomb-Shell ...

Mac OS X for Intel will not boot on machines sold by other PC manufactures, according to Apple vice president Phil Schiller.

"We will not allow running Mac OS X on anything other than an Apple Mac," he said.

Schiller calmed concerns that Apple might lose sales to manufacturers of cheaper PCs if Mac OS X could run on such machines.

Source: Link

To Read MOST UPDATED News Items browse to HOME page.


  • That is 'badmashi' on Mac and Intel's part to not allow other vendors to try and cut into the market.

    The reason why Apple had a downfall in the late 80's and early 90's was because it did not allow private vendors to build their systems and stuck to manufacturing their own componets- that kept the prices high and PC won the battle - but now apple has repoistioned itself and is now a sought after product so it can again live with an attitude

    By Blogger Teeth Maestro, at 6/10/2005 01:04:00 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home

[G3]-TechNews : Home| RSS | Atom | MSN | WAP

Archives :

- Monthly Archives :

- Post Count: 1,783 before June 1, 2005. (Since: October 26, 2004)