Apple wins antitrust fight with Psystar, judge tosses claims

Apple isn't a monopoly; judge calls clone maker's arguments 'contradictory'

Although Psystar's countersuit has been rejected, Apple's original lawsuit against the clone maker will continue. In its suit, Apple has asked, if it wins, that Psystar be forced to recall all the machines it has sold with Leopard pre-installed, a move that according to one attorney not involved in the case, would likely put Psystar out of business . Currently, the case is set to go to trial November 9, 2009.

Psystar's attorneys were not available for comment early Wednesday.

The company's Web site continues to list systems for sale with Leopard pre-installed, at prices starting at US$554.99.

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