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Google Fuchsia for Pixelbook
We've been talking about Google's mysterious Fuchsia operating system for a while now, and today, we have a new piece of the puzzle. It's a small piece, for sure, but with Google being so incredibly secretive about the whole thing, we take what we can get. As it turns out, Google has added (...)

Arcan 0.5.4, Durden 0.4 released
Ending the year a new release of the "desktop engine" Arcan and its reference desktop environment, Durden. Arcan is a different take on how to glue the user-experience side of operating systems together. It has been in development for well over a decade, with the modest goals of (...)

Apple to open source the Lisa operating system and applications
Apple will be releasing the code of the operating system and applications of the Apple Lisa. Just wanted to let everyone know the sources to the OS and applications were recovered, I converted them to Unix end of line conventions and space for Pascal tabs after the files using Disk Image Chef, (...)

Apple plans to unify iPhone, iPad, Mac apps for one user experience
Mark Gurman: Starting as early as next year, software developers will be able to design a single application that works with a touchscreen or mouse and trackpad depending on whether it's running on the iPhone and iPad operating system or on Mac hardware, according to people familiar with the (...)

CDE on OpenBSD 6.2
If you've noticed a disruption in the time-space continuum recently, it is likely because I have finally been able to compile and install the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) in a current and actively-developed operating system (OpenBSD 6.2 in this case). Since it's been a while - I love (...)

Windows Phone stymied by moving goalposts, just like Symbian
The problem with the tech world is, from an operating system provider's point of view, that the goalposts keep moving. These perambulating pieces of wood killed Symbian, killed Blackberry, have almost killed Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile, and, one day, may even kill iOS as we know it (...)

Is Apple getting sloppy?
A security bug in the new Mac operating system has raised concerns that the firm's standards are slipping.

Is Apple getting sloppy?
A security bug in the new Mac operating system has raised concerns that the firm's standards are slipping.
[BBC News]

There's a bug in Apple's most recent operating system
The bug affects macOS High Sierra users.
[CNN Money]

Replacing x86 firmware with Linux and Go
The Intel Management Engine (ME), which is a separate processor and operating system running outside of user control on most x86 systems, has long been of concern to users who are security and privacy conscious. Google and others have been working on ways to eliminate as much of that (...)
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