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If Steve Jobs had gotten his way, that VAIO in your lap couldve been running OS X, Apples operating system. It sounds like fiction, but consider the source: former Sony president Kunitake Ando. The revelation, which stems from an interview Ando gave to Japanese journalist Nobuyuki Hayashi in 2011, highlights the close relationship Jobs reportedly […]

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Even though upon his return at Apple, Steve Jobs decided against licensing OS X to other computer makers, the exec wanted to make an exception with Sony, a company he deeply admired. Ex-Sony president Kunitake Ando revealed to Japanese reporter Nobuyuki Hayashi in an interview that Jobs wanted Sony to sell a Mac OS-running Vaio […]

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In 2005, Steve Jobs announcement that Apples computers would be moving from PowerPC to Intel surprised many. OS X had been living a secret double life with Intel for five years, said Jobs, but according to a new report from Japan, that life almost included an even more shocking partner — Sony. Japanese freelance writer […]

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