IBM/Apple union: Will love be better the second the time around?

Foster, Ed
October 1994
InfoWorld;10/31/94, Vol. 16 Issue 44, p74
Trade Publication
Editorial. Presents a scenario that depicts the hypothetical union of International Business Machines Corp. and Apple Computer Inc. PowerPC reference platform guidelines; Creation of a family of products that will run OS/2 and Macintosh applications.


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