4 December 1997
Our newest feature story is a celebration of OS/2, an operating system left to die at birth and raised by wolves. Chris Wenham of the OS/2 e-zine contributes this look at a study in staying power.
Microsoft will be in court tomorrow, defending itself from Justice Department alegations that it used its monopoly power to strongarm PC manufacturers into abandoning the Netscape web browser.
Microsoft cancelled an invitation-only meeting with head Java developers, in which they were going to explain their Java strategy in light of recent developments, such as Sun's lawsuit. They claim that attendees reported a conflict with that meeting and Internet World in New York. As of yet, there has been no reschedule.
The Rhapsody Resource has a review of the beta Omniweb web browser for Rhapsody.
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