PS3 Informer writes:
"Cuppertino, California based Apple Corporation has been making some quiet moves that suggest a growing interest in the video game console market. Two recent hires from chip-maker AMD suggest that the company is acquiring the know-how needed to enter the home console space. The company recently grabbed Bob Drebin, who is most well known for having designed the internal graphics hardware in the Nintendo GameCube (the same tech was later enhanced and re-used in the Wii). This week, it was announced that Apple has also poached Richard Teversham, head of video game strategy for Microsoft. What on Earth does Apple need with a console strategy whiz and two graphics chip eggheads, unless it is planning to release some gaming hardware of its own?"