The Psystar/Apple mess continues, now that Psystar has revised its argument against Apple. The Mac-clone maker is no longer claiming antitrust (since the judge already smacked that down) and is now focusing on copyright.
Specifically, Psystar is alleging that Apple is guilty of copyright misuse in regards to the OSX EULA and the DMCA. They claim the company is trying to improperly increase the scope of its copyright. If the judge were to agree with this is would effectively prevent Apple from enforcing its own copyright.
We don’t know more about this until January, but so far the judge has seemed to side with Apple, and I think it’s very unlikely that Psystar will be able to pull this off. We’ll see.