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Does Apple like playing cat-and-mouse with various parties? Well, if the iTunes and Palm Pre issue is anything to go buy, Apple might get a little satisfaction out of it. You might have read the recent news of the latest OSX builds working (or not working) on Netbooks. After it seems that everything was OK in hackintosh-land, latest reports seem to indicate that OSX doesn’t jive with those again. Check out the video.