BeOS: The Bold Challenger in the Operating System Arena

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BeOS: The Bold Challenger in the Operating System Arena BeOS is a discontinued operating system for personal computers that was developed by Be Inc. It was first introduced in October 1995 for Be Inc.'s BeBox computer12. The driving forces behind Be were Jean-Louis Gassée, Apple’s former vice president of product development, and Steve

Apple’s Macintosh at 40: Celebrating a Legacy of Innovation and Future Trends in Computing

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Apple's Macintosh at 40: Celebrating a Legacy of Innovation and Future Trends in Computing. The Mac, Apple's longest-standing product, celebrates its 40th anniversary, maintaining its remarkable success despite being a smaller part of the company's overall business. Twenty years back, on the Mac's 20th anniversary, Steve Jobs confidently affirmed the Mac's continuing

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