Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 4th Jul 2009 00:40 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Now this is interesting news that hit my inbox at 2:22 AM (don't ask). It seems like the concept of selling Mac clones is more lucrative than many have anticipated, as I've just been informed via email that the German PearC has expanded its business into the BeNeLux (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg) and France. Together with the news that Psystar emerged from chapter 11, it looks like the market for Mac clones is more lucrative than many of us had imagined.
Permalink for comment 371782
To read all comments associated with this story, please click here.
Member since:

I would prefer, if companies would not tell us what we can and cannot do with our hard earned money.

Personally if I want to different oil in my car, use different carts in my printer or a different OS on my computer, I shouldn't have to go to jail or be sued.

This corporate fascist society we have here in the United States is getting to be a pain in the arse, where you can't own anything, only corporations do.

Yet, the private citizen pays the majority of the taxes.

If it wasn't for the fact the political system in the USA is so bought off, I would start a political movement.

It just won't make a difference.


You somehow think paying $129 for an operating system means you own it?

You bought a license to use it on your systems for however long those systems run.

You can always hire a team to write you an operating system.

That oughta be cheap.

Reply Parent Score: 1