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Submission + - Bootcamp now supporting new Macs, peripherals

amichalo writes: Today Apple has released Bootcamp Public Beta 1.1.1 which supports the latest Intel based Macs including the Mermon Core 2 Duo iMacs and MacBookPro's. Also supported are the build in iSight vdeo-conferencing cameras and microphones as well as Apple's right clicking support on their notebook trackpads. Upgrading does not require a repartitioning but it does require updating both the OS X and Windows XP images.

Submission + - MS uses non-MS tech to power Zune Website

amichalo writes: Microsoft has selected the popular PHP/MySQL forum software package vBulletin for it's new Zune promotion website, Zune Talk. Further, the site also features Google AdSense ads on the site, rather than their own MSN or recently announced Microsoft Live ads. It is curious why Microsoft, with their large Zune marketing budget and access to Microsoft technologies would select a solution based on non-Microsoft technologies. What do they know that we don't?

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