"Imagine if your next Mac cost you only $300, and ran faster than any G4 or G5 you've ever used." This is what Wired News is reporting.
"Hackers have found a way to bypass a chip designed to prevent the Mac OS from running on non-Apple PCs, which are often cheaper than Macs."
Here's a link to the OSX86 project which provides information on how to install OSX on an Intel PC: http://osx86project.org/index.php?op...id=19&Itemid=2
According to the report "Some of the hackers are running the tweaked version of the operating system on their PCs natively. Others are using the system with VMware, which allows the Mac OS to support more PC hardware...Now the hacked version of OSx86 is running on Dell laptops and other PCs with Intel and AMD microprocessors."