Apple’s Lisa project might be the most loaded chapter in the company’s lore, and thanks to the Computer History Museum, you’ll soon be able to play around with one of the first graphical user interfaces in history right there on your shiny state of the art screen. And you won’t have to pay $10,000 that the original…
Windows 10 should bring lots of changes to Microsoft's operating system, including a possible overhaul of Internet Explorer. Many believed the beleaguered browser would be getting an update with codename "Spartan," including much needed additions like extension support. Now, ZDNet reports that Spartan may in fact be a…
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…
RIM's BB10 has been a hell of a long time coming. But the company has finally pinned down a launch date for the new OS: it will officially enter into the world on January 30th next year.
On the heels of last week's news suggesting that RIM was planning to license out its new operating system, BB10, Samsung has firmly denied any desires to become involved with RIM.
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.
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.
Windows 8 boots so blisteringly fast that it theoretically gives you only 200 milliseconds to access the boot menu. Fortunately, Microsoft has gone to the trouble of designing a whole new Boot Options menu so you don't have to punch F8 like a crazy person.
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.
One of the lucky ones who has OS X Lion preview 2 installed? Hie thee henche to your software updates. Still waiting to see what's new; anybody notice anything interesting? [9to5Mac]
For the 25th anniversary of Windows, MaximumPC examines the future of Microsoft's flagship operating system.
Your OS drives your whole PC experience, so it's your job as an enthusiast to keep it in a high state of tune. Here's how to do just that with Windows 7.
There are plenty of reasons for HTC to buy Palm, but the realization that it needs to stop relying on outside companies to provide software for its devices is making such purchase look all the more appealing.
How can Microsoft keep Windows relevant? Technologizer decided to approach journalists, bloggers, and industry insiders to discuss just what they think needs to happen in future versions of the operating system.
Whoa, a Microsoft employee just published details on Windows 8 on their blog, claiming it will be "completly different from what folks usually expect of Windows," [sic] and that internally, they're calling it "Windows.next."
Here are the first images of the much awaited Google Chrome. Light and spartan, and it seems touch friendly. Enjoy.