Thursday, January 12, 2006

Sorry, no Apple for you: Microsoft's bid fruitless

Sorry, no Apple for you: Microsoft's bid fruitless: "It's not every day that Microsoft Corp. asks to put a competitor's logo on one of its own products. And the kicker is, the answer was 'No.'
In a first for Microsoft's hardware group, the company is developing a keyboard designed just for the Mac. But regular Mac users will notice there's no Apple key.
To be clear, there is a key to the left of the space bar that will do everything the regular Apple key does. But the customary Apple icon is missing."

Apple also reportedly declined to have any type of Intel insignia on its new Macs.

No comments: