__/ [George Ellison] on Saturday 18 February 2006 13:01 \__
> B Gruff <bbgruff@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> "Apple Computer appears to have invoked the Digital Millenium Copyright
>> Act to stop the dissemination of methods allowing Mac OS X to run on chips
>> from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices"
> Honestly, did anyone not see this coming?
It's been going on for months, but Apple have simply remained quiet. I guess
that with all the bittorrents and extensive documentations out there, it
could soon become an epidemic. It could cost Apple plenty of money. Even
long-time Macheads would rather purchase an O/S-free box from the shop
(around 150 GBP for a 2.2GHz Intel) and avoid the Apple hardware tax, as
well as the need for an OSX licence.