Apple Settles Part of Lawsuit with Mac Clone Maker

Apple has partially settled a copyright lawsuit with a maker of clone computers that come with the consumer electronics giant's operating system software, according to documents filed in the case. Doral, Fla.-based Psystar Corp., which sells computers that run the Macintosh operating system, will pay about $2.7 million in damages and legal fees to Apple, according to papers Psystar's attorneys filed in the case.

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