Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 15th Apr 2011 18:24 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless I couldn't get into it yesterday, but today is a new day, and I've got my coffee ready. So, let's dive into reviews of RIM's new toy, the PlayBook. Since my overall opinion on the whole tablet thing can be best summarised as 'meh', my interest regarding the PlayBook focusses mostly on its QNX operating system. As a long-time fan and even regular user of this wonderful piece of technology 'back in the day', I'm interested in what the reviews have to say about it.
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you see qnx for first time in 2004 ?
by kovacm on Sun 17th Apr 2011 01:22 UTC
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very hard to read!

you see qnx for first time in 2004 ?!?!? lol! - god for you ;)

"I miss the days when Apple could release Mac OS X 10.0, and everybody was entirely understanding about the fact that it was a new operating system with kinks to work out and performance issues and what not"

"The 'geeks' (and I'd hardly call them that) of today, on the other hand, somehow don't seem to understand anymore that a brand new operating system needs time to mature" ...

at the end: what does QNX offer more than Mac OS X??

btw I see that you are thrilled with QNX and Mac OS X "back in the days" …
Atari had MiNT in 1993 - mix of BSD kernel and Atari TOS API - something that Apple done with Mac OS X, ONLY 7-8 years later…

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