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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]

"Fuchsia is not Linux"
Google has posted the beginnings of a documentation project around their microkernel based OS, Fuchsia. From the readme: This document is a collection of articles describing the Fuchsia operating system, organized around particular subsystems. Sections will be populated over (...)
[OSNews]

A beginner's guide to MorphOS
You have installed MorphOS to a compatible machine, but... now what? You could always go and install a pre-configured package like Chrysalis, but you would end up with a system configured for someone else's taste and you still wouldn't know how to actually use the operating system. If you are (...)
[OSNews]

SteamOS, Linux, and Steam Machines
While it's true Steam Machines aren't exactly flying off the shelves, our reasons for striving towards a competitive and open gaming platform haven't significantly changed. We're still working hard on making Linux operating systems a great place for gaming and applications. We think it will (...)
[OSNews]

Google blocks GApps from running on uncertified devices
Even though Android is open source, virtually every Android device sold outside of China contains a chunk of closed code from Google in the form of Google Play Services and the GApps. These two deeply related software packages turn a rather stale mobile operating system into the full-on Google (...)
[OSNews]

Introducing the LineageSDK for developers
LineageOS is an operating system for everyone: from the average user to the advanced developer. While users have a giant playground in their hands with many customization options, we also want to make LineageOS a fun place for developers. The standards for official builds help ensure developers (...)
[OSNews]

LG releases webOS as open source again
Pretty big news out of LG - they're releasing their variant of webOS - the TV and smartwatch one - as open source. webOS is a web-centric and usability-focused software platform for smart devices. The operating system has constantly evolved, passing through its journey from Palm to HP, and most (...)
[OSNews]

Genode 18.02 introduces Sculpt OS
The just released version 18.02 of the Genode OS Framework features the first version of Sculpt, which is a Genode-based general-purpose operating system. To our knowledge, it is the first usable open-source general-purpose OS that facilitates capability-based security from the ground up. Being (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft adds new Windows 10 privacy controls
Microsoft is once again tackling privacy concerns around Windows 10 today. The software giant is releasing a new test build of Windows 10 to Windows Insiders today that includes changes to the privacy controls for the operating system. While most privacy settings have been confined to a single (...)
[OSNews]

Sailfish OS 3 announced
There aren't a whole lot of alternative mobile operating systems of any substance - not even Microsoft and BlackBerry could keep theirs afloat, after all - but there's a few exceptions, and Sailfish OS is one of those. At Mobile World Congress, Jolla, the operating system's parent company, (...)
[OSNews]

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