With the Macworld CreativePro conference in town, this probably isn’t the best time for a Mac gaff by the New York Times. But the picture accompanying a Market Place story on Intel (page C4) has the caption:
A customer at a McDonald’s in Times Square takes advantage of the Wi-Fi capabilities there with a laptop that uses Intel’s Centrino chip.
The only problem is that I think it’s an iBook. It has the distinctive middle hinge. It has the retracting latch for the lid. And it sure looks like a Mac toolbar at the top of the screen.