Psystar Slaps Apple With Antitrust Suit Over OS X

Law360, New York (August 28, 2009, 2:35 PM EDT) -- Computer manufacturer Psystar Corp. has hit Apple Inc. with a new set of antitrust allegations over the tying of the Mac OS X operating system to Apple computers, following a judge's dismissal of similar counterclaims in Apple's ongoing trademark and copyright infringement suit against Psystar.

By tying the operating system to Apple-branded computers, the technology giant restrains trade in personal computers that run Mac OS X, collects monopoly rents on Macs and monopolizes the market for computers priced over $1,000, according to a complaint filed Thursday...
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