Linked by David Adams on Mon 22nd Aug 2011 22:54 UTC, submitted by Unios
A serious-looking (German Language) article examines a rather preposterous claim: that a group of young hackers has produced "the first operating system that allows problems to run programs from Windows, Mac, [iOS] and Linux with only one system." Their outlandish claims ("every known program runs under UNIOS without driver issues!") drew interest from the local press, then skepticism. I wasn't able to find much information in the English language. So stay tuned here at OSNews, which will no doubt be covering ongoing industry-changing UniOS news as it breaks. Or not.
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RE: some help from dad
by IanDumych on Tue 23rd Aug 2011 17:36 UTC in reply to "some help from dad"
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Bernd Korz was working with the Zubuntu / ZevenOS team for a while when the goal was to run the BeOS App Server on Linux. He no longer has ties to that project. There was talk at the last Be Geistert that Yellow Tab was making some sort of comeback but I have yet to hear anything since then.

It's pretty hilarious that his son is following in his sheister footsteps. The first demo video in that article could not have been more obvious. The first thing you see is a freaking Andlinux KDE istaller, followed by "Photo Booth" with the Flash camera access dialog. Worst. Hoax. Ever.

Also, when is someone going to follow up on Window 9, that Korean Windows clone? They did a big press demo ages ago and then nothing.

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