Michael Dell

So there have long been rumors that some unnamed PC makers have been interested in licensing OS X, and now at least Michael Dell has officially gone on record to say that his company would be happy to offer the Macintosh operating system to its customers — marking the first time a PC industry exec has officially shown interest in licensing OS X for its boxes. At the moment, Steve Jobs is still saying he has no plans to license OS X to PC manufacturers — but then again, he's famous for denying this stuff until the day they announce they're actually doing it.

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