Tiger eats Longhorn?

On Friday, Apple is shipping the new version of Mac OS X “Tiger“.  Bill Gates this week “unveiled” (like it was a secret) their next version of Windows dubbed “Longhorn“.

Clearly concerned about the inherent security of a Unix-based operating system (OS), great graphics, a better client experience and Spotlight shipping in an OS roughly a year and a half before search even close to Spotlight debuts in Longhorn, Microsoft may not be nervous but undoubtedly ensuring they’re viewed as the technology leader…not Apple.

Is it just me…or is the timing of this amusing to you too?

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  1. Gerald Buckley on April 28, 2005 at 9:05 pm

    Might as well let Bill play in traffic…



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