favicon How 'Marklar' OS X on Intel owes its start to a one-year-old boy

  • TUAW Jun 10, 2012, 8:15 am by: Michael Rose591 pts
    photo image How 'Marklar' OS X on Intel owes its start to a one-year-old boy
    TUAW writes, It's among the most famous skunkworks projects in personal computer history. Marklar was a secret Apple development program to put Mac OS X on the Intel x86 microprocessor -- or in some sense put it back on Intel, as the underlying NeXT OpenStep OS did work on x86 chips. Ten years ago this August,…

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