Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 16th Oct 2009 22:50 UTC
Legal Remember the motions for a summary judgement filed by Apple and Psystar earlier this week? Large parts of them were censored per Apple's request. These censored parts detailed the protection measures Apple put in place in Leopard to prevent it from being installed on non-Apple labelled computers. Psystar filed a motion a few days ago asking the judge to uncensor the information.
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RE[6]: Interesting. . .
by KingRocky on Mon 19th Oct 2009 18:56 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Interesting. . ."
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Which is just the opposite of the unscientific data that I've collected. Every Mac user that I know, including myself, would never consider purchasing a "clone" that could run OS X, no matter how low the price.

My Macs have been the most reliable, most stable, most dependable and most beautiful computers I've ever owned, and I've owned at least 20 different computers, both Mac and PC.

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RE[7]: Interesting. . .
by jgagnon on Mon 19th Oct 2009 19:12 in reply to "RE[6]: Interesting. . ."
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And I have hand built nearly every PC I've ever owned or given away (also 20+). And I feel the same way about my computers. Neither of our cases are scientific.

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