Can Apple keep Mac OS X off generic x86 PCs?

On Monday, June 6th, Apple announced that their future Macs will use Intel x86 processors, but they will not allow Mac OS X to be installed on non-Apple hardware.
That said I presume they will use some hardware protection to prevent people, like me, from installing OS X on my Dell machine. Well I say it’s not a matter if, bu when I will be able to do that, somebody out there is definitely gonna crack this protection. Remember when the Xbox first came out, and Microsoft was like “NOBODY IS GONNA CRACK THIS!”, and then two months later Andrew “Bunnie” Huang comes along and cracks it in like two weeks.

CoolTechZone has an article about this topic here

My First Blog! :D

Hey people out there on the internet.
My name is Troels, I’m a 16-year old high school student from Denmark, I’m also a computer geek/maniac to the heart! 😉
It’s been three years, since I took down my last website. Because, at the time, I just didn’t have the time to maintain it. But now, I’m back with a vengeance baby! 😀
I’m trying to get into blogging, mainly because I’m very excited about it as the geek I am. But also because, I think it’s a great way, to get yourself a “home” on the internet.

The Jusutsu Blog is my first blog.
I’m starting it mainly because, I’ve always enjoyed doing things on the internet, but also because I want to improve my english skills,
by writing articles about things I know, and like, and publish them on the internet.

You may ask, why publish stuff? Well, I also like helping people. After 13-years of using computers (The Intel x86 platform), I’ve gained knowledge that I’d like to share with others. And hopefully, teach other people just a little bit, just as other people teach me stuff.
Things I really enjoy doing “research” on, is hacking, tweaking and computer security.
Since I’ve been using computers for as long, as I have, I’ve developed my own ways to do different things, like configuring the operating system I’m using, security options and other stuff. Sometimes some of the ways that I use a computer, may seem dump and inexperienced, and a lot of them actually work in real-life.

If you’re a geek like me, you know, that if your family and friends notice you sitting a lot in front of the computer, one day they will ask for your help because they got problems with their computer, especially if they’re using Windows. Of course that happens to me all the time.
So some of the stuff I do, in order to secure my friends’ and familys’ PCs, actually work very well, for example, when addressing spyware issues, I use a 3-app combo, which contains Adaware, Spybot Search & Destroy and SpywareBlaster. It’s things like this, I’d like to share with everyone, so other people might be able to benefit from it.