In this week's Law and Apple, Samsung makes an offer that Apple can't refuse (but does), and T-Mobile decides to join forces with Verizon and support Samsung. Hey, what do they care? it's not like they have the iPhone, right?
And finally, we'll recap the thrilling conclusion of the Clone Wars. It's like the Star Wars Clone Wars but with fewer fanboys and no Ewan McGregor.
Here we are, one week before Apple is set to wow us with whatever they've got behind the curtains, so if you thought the hot news stories this week weren't going to skew toward being about next Tuesday and what we might gain -- and what we might lose -- well, you're in the wrong place.
Remember all the drama between Psystar and Apple this last year? The Florida-based company has since ceased to nab any profits after Apple managed to sue them for illegally selling Hackintoshes--and rather conspicuously might we add. Well, now another company has come out of the closet with their own line of Hackintoshes: Quo Computer.
Remember scrappy upstart Psystar and their pesky Mac clones? While the company was basically forced out of business at the end of last year by Apple’s legal maneuvering, Psystar filed an appeal, which Cupertino has finally responded to.
Scrappy upstart Mac clone maker Psystar was handed its marching orders in court on Monday, and already their controversial clones are “out of stock” on their website. But is the legal battle really over?