Apple and Psystar have struck a deal that may still see Apple's operating system appearing on non-branded products.
A year and a half after hitting the headlines for angering Apple by selling OS X software on non-Apple hardware, it appears to be game over for Psystar, after it lost the key initial stages of its legal battle to survive.
The week that Apple clone maker Psystar filed for bankruptcy protection in the US might not seem like the best time to set up a direct competitor, but that's exactly what Quo Computer says it's doing.
The controversial Mac cloning company Psystar has filed for bankruptcy, which means that Apple may well be getting slightly ahead of itself in its recent attempts to sue them.
Despite the fact that Apple apparently has no interest in joining the rest of the computer world and swapping its DVD drives for Blu-ray burners, its favourite company, Psystar, has gone ahead and done just that.
If you've been following the rather protracted case of Apple Vs Psystar, you'll already know that they're suing each other over the smaller firm's sale of non-official computers running Mac OS X.
Rather than folding in the face of legal action by industry monolith Apple, Mac clone vendor Psystar has unexpectedly launched a counterattack and is suing Apple for anticompetitive practices.
Thursday morning and it's looking like a bad week for Psystar is about to get worse as it fumbles to respond to some seriously onerous demands in Apple's lawsuit against it.
Monday morning and what better place to start than with news of Psystar - the plucky little Apple-baiter that could?