This will, of course, achieve nothing, other than dragging out Psystar's ridiculous and unsupportable case for several more months and sustaining their reputation as the B-movie zombie of Florida-based companies illegally installing Mac OS X in generic knock-off PCs. Everybody wins! [Mac Observer via MacRumors]
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