Apple confirmed today it will allow Mac clonemaker Umax to use the latest version of Mac OS. Umax sub-licenses the product from IBM.
But that is unlikely to stop the unholy row still escalating over the future of the joint IBM-Motorola-Apple 'Somerset' chip venture, based in Austin, Texas. Earlier this year, 'VNU Newswire' reported that Somerset was in jeopardy.
But Motorola and Apple are still in talks over the future of the chip technology.
Although the lawyers are not yet in place, sources close to Motorola said today that the company is furious with Apple acting chief Steve Jobs' interventions in the CHRP (common hardware reference platform) and his attempts to restrict licensing of the platform and Mac OS.
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