Selling Mac clones is a no-no

In a ruling that’s a surprise to no-one in the tech industry, a U.S. District Court judge has ruled against Psystar, a company manufacturing Mac clones.

The short of it: Psystar established a business to sell Mac software on non-Apple hardware. Apple contended in a lawsuit that the Mac OS X end user license agreement (EULA) prohibits the use of the software on machines not manufactured by Apple.

U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup issued a summary judgment on Friday, coming out in favor of Apple.








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