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Microsoft ports Windows 10, Linux to homegrown CPU design
Microsoft has ported Windows 10 and Linux to E2, its homegrown processor architecture it has spent years working on mostly in secret. As well as the two operating systems, the US giant's researchers say they have also ported Busybox and FreeRTOS, plus a collection of toolkits for developing and (...)
[OSNews]

Sculpt OS available as live system
Sculpt for The Curious (TC) is the second incarnation of the general-purpose operating system pursued by the developers of the Genode OS Framework. It comes in the form of a ready-to-use system image that can be booted directly from a USB thumb drive. In contrast to earlier versions, Sculpt TC (...)
[OSNews]

How Android engineers are winning the war on fragmentation
With the launch of Android 8.0 last year, Google released Project Treble into the world. Treble was one of Android's biggest engineering projects ever, modularizing the Android operating system away from the hardware and greatly reducing the amount of work needed to update a device. The goal (...)
[OSNews]

Apple announces macOS 10.14 Mojave
And, as expected, Apple also previewed macOS 10.14, nicknamed Mojave. Apple today previewed macOS Mojave during its keynote event at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California. Version 10.14 of the Mac operating system introduces a slew of new features, including a Dark Mode, (...)
[OSNews]

Apple previews watchOS 5
At WWDC this morning, Apple previewed watchOS 5, the newest version of the Apple Watch operating system. The update adds a number of new fitness and communications features that Apple says will help Watch owners "stay healthy and connected." As always, coming in Autumn. Also, expect a list of (...)
[OSNews]

Apple jams Facebook's web-tracking tools
The next versions of the iOS and the Mac operating systems will block the social network's trackers.
[BBC]

Apple jams Facebook's web-tracking tools
The next versions of the iOS and the Mac operating systems will block the social network's trackers.
[BBC News]

Apple leaks macOS 10.14 dark mode, Xcode 10
Developer Steve Troughton Smith today tweeted photos of macOS 10.14 with some very juicy details about Apple's upcoming operating system. The OS is very clearly sporting a fresh new dark theme, presumably a toggle-able setting, with the dark UI affecting all application chrome. You can also see (...)
[OSNews]

Introducing Mono on AIX and IBM i
You might have noticed this in the Mono 5.12 release notes, Mono now includes support for IBM AIX and IBM i; two very different yet (mostly!) compatible operating systems. This post should serve as an introduction to this port.
[OSNews]

Hackintosh before hackintosh: when Mac fans skinned Windows
There's something about the macOS operating system that kind of drives people wild. (Heck, even the original Mac OS has its strong partisans.) In the 17 years since Apple first launched the first iteration of the operating system based on its Darwin Unix variant, something fairly curious (...)
[OSNews]

AsteroidOS 1.0 released
Four years ago, I envisioned an open-source operating system for smartwatches that would eventually become known as AsteroidOS. This project has steadily grown and gathered contributions from about 100 contributors from all around the world, all united behind the idea of an open wearable (...)
[OSNews]

* AquilaOS: yet another hobbyist operating system *
AquilaOS is a UNIX-like Operating System that started in 2016. Based on another OS I developed and many trials and failures since 2012, it finally came to light. The goal behind AquilaOS is to make a UNIX-like OS adhering to a quote by K. Thompson in UNIX Implementation. The kernel is the only (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft to bring Unix/macOS line ending support to Notepad
After decades of mangling text files coming from other operating systems. Microsoft's venerable Notepad.exe, which has been included in every version of Windows since the first, is finally getting support for Unix and macOS line endings. Notepad, being a Windows application, has always demanded (...)
[OSNews]

Android P should be about privacy
Now that iOS and Android are approaching technical maturity, new updates to these operating systems no longer feel revolutionary. The new stuff we get every year is boiling down to smarter notification handling, under-the-hood upgrades, screen notch adaptations, and “borrowing†good ideas from (...)
[OSNews]

Bringing Objective-C to the Amiga
After porting ObjFW (and at the same time Objective-C) to MorphOS and starting to port it to AmigaOS 4, I thought: It's nice to have Objective-C on a modern Amiga-like operating system. But what if we could have it on the real thing? And thus, I ported it to AmigaOS 3 today. These are cool (...)
[OSNews]

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