Mac Hacks Allow OS X on PCs

That future may already be unfolding: 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.
Source: WIRED

There have been conflicting reports about Apple using a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) in their new development kits. It sounds like they did.

And you just knew it would only be a (short) amount of time before this new Mac OS on vanilla Intel hardware was hacked. It was as if Apple was just taunting people to defy them.

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