PsyStar finally sees Apple lawsuit

Computers, Software

openmac 430 pix.jpgPsyStar, the Californian company selling Mac clones and OpenServe software — effectively rip-offs of Apple’s own products — has finally been sued by Apple.

Previous legal threats only temporarily disrupted PsyStar, but now Apple has filed a lawsuit citing copyright, trademark and shrink-wrap license infringement.

Whether Apple is successful remains to be seen, but you’d presume that the mighty fruit would trample PsyStar underfoot.


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Andy Merrett
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