I'll believe it when I see it

A near-universal emulator that allows software developed for one platform to run on any other, with almost no performance hit? Hmm.. I have serious doubts about this. And just because it’ll run Mac programs on Windows doesn’t mean it could run OSX or system-level frameworks required by the iLife apps. But shit, if it runs IE6 on my Mac for testing websites for you fucktards and your awful browser, then that’s cool. But again, I have serious doubts.
In demonstrations to press and analysts, the company has shown a graphically demanding game — a Linux version of Quake III — running on an Apple PowerBook.

Um, couldn’t they just run the Linux version anyway? I mean, with a basic port? Why not show us something like Half-Life 2 running on a Mac? Now THAT I’d be impressed by.

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