Psystar continues to make headlines, this time because the company’s OS X Leopard-based systems are now being attacked for what seems like the most basic oversight imaginable:
"The company didn't get permission from developers working on the OSx86 Project to sell their work. Netkas, who developed the EFI emulator Psystar is using, posted up a blog entry yesterday calling Psystar "liars" and has re-released his code under a license that specifically forbids commercial usage."
If Psystar starts shipping their machines, it might end up causing a lot of trouble for the entire OSx86 group. Thus far the group’s ability to avoid legal action from Apple is fairly impressive, and some take it as a sign that Apple may be considering licensing their OS.