So, I’m at the Sharks hockey game last night, and I notice a guy a couple rows in front of me using a Sony Vaio UX Micro PC. Hey, it’s the Bay Area. People bring high-tech gadgets to hockey games. That’s just how we roll out here.
No big deal, right?
Well, I look a bit closer, and the device appears to be running Mac OS X! WTF?
Furthermore, the Dock appears to be a Leopard Dock, not a Tiger Dock, so I think the device is running Mac OS X 10.5, even…
Of course, then I get a pang of jealousy.
After all, it is a 1.2 pound device running Leopard…
Geeks (including me).
Poking around on Google, I find an old article about getting Mac OS X (which they call Mac OSuX for this device) on the Sony Vaio UX. Lots of scary stuff in there. Just get a Macbook Air. The picture above is from jkOnTheRun (i.e., is not a picture of the guy a couple rows in front of me).
So, you know what this means?
It means that you can develop iPhone applications on your mobile phone!
Only in the Bay Area…
Tags: Sony, Vaio, Sony Vaio UX, Micro PC, Apple, Mac OS X, Leopard, Tiger, Mac OS, iPhone SDK, Brian Berliner, brianberliner
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