According to Businessweek there are rumors that Intel is about to purchase german chip manufacturer Infineon. Infineon is a former Siemens subsidary that has been spun out of the parent company in 1999. Infineon is the main supplyer of the baseband modem chips of Apple’s iPhone.
According to “Apple Insider” Apple is in talks with AMD. Rumors say Apple will be design their own x86 CPUs and AMD might be the company to manufacture them.
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Apple’s 10.6.2 update closes lots of security holes that could be used to compromise systems. Safari, iWork, iLife, Aperture, Final Cut Studio, and some other apps are rumored to be working more reliable after updating.
Apple pwns back
For OSX86 users on netbooks this update is far away from being recommended at the moment. The update now has proved what has been rumored some days ago: Intel Atom support has definitely been removed from the kernel.
Thus rendering Intel Atom based netbooks non working. Netbooks will not boot after updating as the following video by Stellarola shows. It shows the typical behaviour if the CPU is not supported by the kernel, OS X will instantly reset the system.