News: Should this thing catch on, and perhaps even if it doesn't, you can bet Apple's legal team will be ready to go the distance.
This is gonna cause ol' Stevo to blow a gasket! I nominate Axon for the HotHardware BIG HUEVOS award!
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"The company even pretend-warns against installing Snow Leopard in wink-wink fashion" Ha-Ha!
"This is gonna cause ol' Stevo to blow a gasket!"
They've probably already revived Steve from his OS-X powered Cryogenic Preservation Chamber and told him all about it. He's planning his revenge as we speak.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
Yeah... can't agree with SD and realneil enough: I don't see any way they won't be sued. Apple's team will try, even if it's a losing battle.
The incredibly weird thing is: If OSX was available for every PC... they would have a damned good chance of taking half of the Windows market. I can't understand Apple's logic at all, unless they think they're making more on the hardware than they could on the OS (to many more customers).
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
How is this different than a modbook other than having a slightly smaller price tag and worse hardware? I'll stick to my Macbook and iPad. Not much point in putting any clunky old-style windows and folders OS on a tablet device (even Mac OS).
I wish they would point out the type of touch screen the device has capacitive or resistive. This one has a resistive screen which means its probably more finger-nail friendly than finger friendly.
Then there's this "3G CDMA-VErizon SIM slot", huh CDMA phones generally don't use SIM cards with the exception of a few Sprint Nextel model CDMA ones.
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