A story by Stan Beer on ITWire looks at the potential threat faced by Apple’s new Intel-based Macs with the ability to run Windows. “Stories about Apple’s Boot Camp software and vitualization software from US startup Parallels, both of which allows Windows and Mac OSX to coexist on new Mac desktops and notebooks are already sending shivers through the collective spines Windows PC vendors,” notes the report. The new Macs are well priced, well made and now present an attractive alternative to the one dimensional PCs in the marketplace.”