Apple’s FaceTime to run on Windows soon


At the moment, the only people who can run Apple’s new FaceTime video-chat technology require an iPhone 4 or a brand new iPod Touch. But that could soon change.
A new rumour has surfaced suggesting that both Mac OS and Windows would be receiving ways of talking to friends over the FaceTalk system.
Mac users are expected to receive an update making iChat compatible with the FaceTalk system, while Windows users could get their FaceTalk compatibility through either a separate program or something like the Skype network.
Currently only owners of the newest iPod Touch and iPhone 4 can use FaceTime, but with the possibility that any computer user with a webcam could access it, the video chat technology could become one of the biggest reasons to own either device.