Here's the List of Macs Compatible With OS X Mavericks

Yesterday's announcement of OS X Mavericks unveiled some pretty cool new features coming to your Mac—but Cook and co forgot to explain just which computers would support the new OS. Fortunately, Apple Insider has chatted with people familiar with the Mavericks Developer Preview to draw up a list of the Macs which are… » 6/11/13 5:51am 6/11/13 5:51am

RIM Planning to License BB10 to Other Manufacturers

The Telegraph is reporting that Thorsten Heins, CEO of RIM, has said that the company plans to license outs its new BB10 operating system to other hardware manufacturers when it's launched, taking a lead from Android to make itself relevant again. » 8/02/12 7:19am 8/02/12 7:19am

The $6 Billion Military Software Project That Came to Nothing

The Joint Tactical Radio System was an amazing concept put forward by the US military. It was designed to future-proof the entire communications system used by all US defense organizations, which is why it required 15 years of work and the investment of $6 billion dollars. Sadly, things didn't go to plan. » 6/20/12 6:51am 6/20/12 6:51am

6 Things OS X Mountain Lion Should Steal From Windows 8

Apple's shiny new baby is about to slide out of the womb, and if you're a Mac user, it'll take over your computer soon. New features abound, but OS X Mountain Lion is missing some awesome stuff Microsoft has cooked up in Windows 8. Apple: copy this. » 6/10/12 9:40am 6/10/12 9:40am

IBM's Failed Operating System OS/2 Is 25 Years Old—But It Still Powers…

On April 2 1987, IBM launched its plan to revolutionize the PC industry: a next-generation operating system called OS/2. Co-developed by IBM and Microsoft, it was designed to replace DOS and change the way we used computers. Sadly, it didn't. But it still crops up in some of the weirdest places. » 4/03/12 5:56am 4/03/12 5:56am