#compute

Related news
  • AROS adding 64bit and SMP support

    Published: 27/02/2017
    After many years of active development, AROS finally seems to be able to 'evolve' the now 30+ years old architecture of the Amiga API. The original Amiga computers from Commodore brought to home users ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • BlackBerry KEYone released

    Published: 27/02/2017
    One other phone I want to highlight out of MWC in Barcelona: a new BlackBerry Android phone! With a proper hardware keyboard! The BlackBerry Priv from 2015 suffered from some performance issues, so I ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • Nokia unveils Android smartphone lineup, new 3310

    Published: 27/02/2017
    Nokia unveiled its new lineup of phones, and there's definitely some good stuff in here. The Nokia 3, 5, and 6 are very understated Android phones with modest specifications, but with one huge selling ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • Library Hand, the neat penmanship style for card catalogs

    Published: 21/02/2017
    In September 1885, a bunch of librarians spent four days holed up in scenic Lake George, just over 200 miles north of New York City. In the presence of such library-world luminaries as Melvil Dewey - ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • ReactOS 0.4.4 released

    Published: 17/02/2017
    Today marks the fifth release of the ReactOS 0.4.x series, as well as the fifth following the 4 month release cycle started by 0.4.0 itself. Progress has continued steadily, with a great deal of work ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • ToaruOS 1.0.3 released

    Published: 17/02/2017
    ToaruOS 1.0 was released 18 days ago, and since then, several bugfix releases have been released. The latest release - the one you want to test - is 1.0.3. ToaruOS is a complete hobby operating system ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • Rediscovering an old IBM PS/2 Model 50

    Published: 15/02/2017
    Today, after sitting in storage for over 20 years, my brother and I dusted off his old IBM PS/2 Model 50 (8550-021), with the goal of cleaning it up and making sure it still works. It was still workin ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • Gabe Newell isn't really here

    Published: 15/02/2017
    Gabe Newell sits perfectly still, leans forward. His hands are laid on his lap. Only his eyes are moving. They shift rapidly from left to right and back again. He's physically here, he's sort of liste ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • Google's not-so-secret new OS

    Published: 15/02/2017
    I decided to dig through open source to examine the state of Google's upcoming Andromeda OS. For anyone unfamiliar, Andromeda seems to be the replacement for both Android and Chrome OS (cue endless de ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • HMD Global will launch Nokia 3310 homage

    Published: 14/02/2017
    But perhaps the most interesting of these devices, at least from the perspective of mobile enthusiasts, is not a smartphone at all, but a modern version of a classic workhorse of a feature phone, the ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • Operating system: from 0 to 1

    Published: 14/02/2017
    Probably you asked yourself at least once, how an Operating System (OS) was written from the ground up? You probably have spent years programming, but still understand operating system as a collection ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • "A great disturbance in the force..."

    Published: 13/02/2017
    The news is that after 15 years the IMDb is closing down its message boards, but the story is their creation in the first place: a tale of Apache, mod_perl, PostgreSQL, C, and XEMacs, all served up on ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • POSIX has become outdated

    Published: 13/02/2017
    The POSIX standard for APIs was developed over 25 years ago. We explored how applications in Android, OS X, and Ubuntu Linux use these interfaces today and found that weaknesses or deficiencies in POS ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
  • My aperiodic rhombic bathroom

    Published: 12/02/2017
    In 1997 physicist Roger Penrose sued Kimberly-Clark Corporation for infringing on his “Penrose patent” with their Kleenex-Quilted toilet paper. He won the lawsuit but fortunately for lavap ... Read more
  • The first official Mac clone: Daydream

    Published: 11/02/2017
    A neat piece of computing history - a combination of a hardware dongle and software that lets you run up to System 7 on a NeXT machine (and with some hacking, Mac OS 8). The latest addition to my NeXT ... Read more
    Source: osnews.com
FACEBOOK