“One year ago, an otherwise sleepy April in the Apple universe was turned upside down by a tiny company from Southern Florida, kicking off a real-world Clone War between Apple and Psystar,” Tom Krazit reports for CNET.
MacDailyNews Take: “Upside down?” Relax, Tom.
Krazit continues, “Today, the essential question regarding Psystar is unchanged: does the company have the right to sell computers with Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard preinstalled, as it has been doing since April 14, 2008?”
“Whether or not Psystar sees another anniversary will depend on large part on legal wrangling in Northern California, far from Psystar’s Doral, Fla., headquarters,” Krazit reports. “The litigation between Apple and Psystar appears to be in a bit of a lull as the one-year anniversary passes, with lawyers immersed in the discovery phase of the trial following months of lawsuits and countersuits from both companies.”
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