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Psystar Finally Closes its Doors

Days after a federal judge permanently enjoined Mac clone-maker Psystar from selling products that violate Apple's intellectual property rights, Apple Insider reports the company's Web site has gone

Judge Permanently Enjoins Psystar from Selling Mac Clones

In case you missed it Wednesday, U.S. District Judge William Alsup granted Apple's request for a permanent injunction against Mac clone maker Psysta r.   The Florida-based company started

Apple Wins Permanent Injunction Against Psystar

Apple can claim another victory against Mac computer clone maker Psystar. According to TG Daily, U.S. District Judge William Alsup granted Apple's request for a permanent injunction against Psystar

Apple, Nokia Patent Fight Continues

Not long ago, Apple and Psystar settled their patent disputes stemming from Psystar's installation of the Mac OS X on non-Apple hardware. At the same time, Apple was addressing claims lodged against

Psystar to Pay Apple $2.67 Million

According to The Mac Observer, Psystar has agreed to pay Apple more than $2.67 million as part of its partial settlement agreement: $1,337,550 in damages and $1,337,500 in legal fees. As we reported

Apple, Psystar Reach Partial Settlement

The Apple-Psystar saga may be nearing an end. Computerworld reports that the two companies have reached an agreement that will effectively stop Psystar from pre-installing Apple's Mac OS X on the

Apple, Psystar Agree to Partial Settlement

The Mac Observer reported Tuesday that Apple and Psystar have reached a partial settlement in the intellectual property lawsuit Apple filed in federal court in California several months ago. As a

Apple Moves to Dismiss Psystar Case in Florida

Apple wants to be completely rid of Psystar -- and rightly so, in my opinion.   Hot on the heels of a summary judgment in its favor on copyright-infringement claims made against the Mac clone

Apple Wants Second Psystar Suit Dismissed

According to Computerworld, Apple is asking a Florida judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed in August by Psystar, saying that the case is virtually identical to the one in California. Failing an outright

Apple Asks Judge to Shut Down Psystar

According to court documents, Apple has asked U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup to shut down Psystar's Mac clone operation and to pay more than $2.1 million in damages, reports Computerworld.

November 25, 2009