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Mix: Boot Camp, SearchForiPod, PodBrix, Creative

Apple today introduced Boot Camp, new software that enables Intel-based Macs to run Windows XP. The free beta software is available today for download and will be a feature in “Leopard,” Apple’s next major version of Mac OS X.

SearchForiPod.com is a “free online video download community that aggregates and organizes iPod-formatted video content from over 1,000 independent sources and makes it searchable through various content channels and traditional keyword search.”

PodBrix has announced the 1K Brix Macrofig, a 7-inch tall version of its original limited edition Lego figure designed after Apple’s silhouette iPod ad campaign. It will go on sale tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. ET for $90.

Apple rival Creative Technology has warned of an operating loss of $55-$65 million in its fiscal third quarter due to lower margins and inventory write-downs.

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21

yes macdaddy, an intel based, cuz boot camp only works on intel based ones. and i want the iMac, call me stupid but i want it just because it looks very nice! but thanks for the advice tho!

Posted by i WannaMac on April 5, 2006 at 7:59 PM (PDT)

22

So are we gonna get wma support on the ipod.

Posted by STEVEN BATES on April 5, 2006 at 9:21 PM (PDT)

23

TreyDawg and i WannaMac:

The Mac mini is Intel based, Apple released the Intel version on February 28th, 2006…...

Posted by hoho on April 5, 2006 at 9:39 PM (PDT)

24

i was really hyped up when i read about bootcamp this afternoon.  but then i thought about it and i don’t think its going to last, especially since microsoft is supposed to launch ‘vista’ jan 2007… and that can’t be supported at all w/ an intel mac since its going to be 64 bit… unless apple releases a macbook ‘ultra’ lol. =)

Posted by dizzle on April 6, 2006 at 12:59 AM (PDT)

25

hoho:

Thank you for pointing out the obvious. Had you read the other posts you would have been able to follow our discussion. Someone told iwannamac to get used one on eBay (for $200-$300) - I had then stated that wouldn’t do any good if he wanted to run windows because the only used iMac you’ll get that cheap will be a G4 that is incapable of running windows. I realize you’re probably just trying to help but make sure you actually realize what the discussion is about before trying to contribute.

Posted by TreyDawg on April 6, 2006 at 10:37 AM (PDT)

26

Correction to my last post:

iMac should be replaced with Mac Mini

Posted by TreyDawg on April 6, 2006 at 10:39 AM (PDT)

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