While we here at GBM certainly don’t condone the sort of hacking that violates licensing agreements there have been a couple of stories around the blogosphere of late that at least bear a mention from a curiosity standpoint.
Engadget (and the rest of the world) is linking to info on OQO Talk where a user has apparently managed to install OS X on an OQO and with the exception of WWAN, it appears that everything is up and working. There’s a blurry video and more info here.
This follows on the heels of Kevin Tofel’s experiments (now ended) of installing OS X on the Samsung Q1 Ultra Premium.
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