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A brief history of Haiku OS

So long, and thanks for all the fish

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I first discovered Ars Technica in 1999. I was only 14 years old, but I had already set my heart on pursuing a career in the technology industry. At the time, I was a great admirer of Be’s innovative operating system. I remember scouring the Internet in search of websites...
So long, and thanks for all the fish

10 stories that aren't about Apple's $1 billion in damages

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While the biggest news event of the week happened late Friday afternoon, 10 other stories on Ars got lots of attention in the beginning of the week. Author Dan Goodin wrote about the declining strength of passwords, and Nintendo Power announced its last issue would be in September. We ran...
10 stories that aren't about Apple's $1 billion in damages

Leaving Las Vegas: 15 stories you might have missed this week

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Most of the stories you read on Ars this week came straight from the show floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center. You'll find plenty of articles here about the hardware (and software, and infrastructure) of the future form new car tech to AT&T's plan to go all-IP. You'll...
Leaving Las Vegas: 15 stories you might have missed this week
Our favorite "forgotten tech"--from BeOS to Zip Drives
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