Digg It's been well over three years since we saw OS X hacked onto Sony's VAIO UX, meaning that it's just about time for yet another of yesteryear's best tablets to receive the OS that Apple refuses to place on its own tablet. Thanks to dedicated code junkies over at xda developers, HTC's ill-fated Shift is getting a new lease on life by proving its ability to run OS X 10.5.6. Sadly, it looks as if an upgrade to Snow Leopard is out of the question due to some file changes between 10.5 and 10.6, but the biggest killer is the current build's inability to provide WiFi and Bluetooth support. The instructions to follow suit are right there in the source link, but good luck making good use of this without cordless access to the world wide web.

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Mac OS X Leopard installed on HTC Shift, just a WiFi shy of awesomeness