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CherryOS, the Mac emulator for Windows that has been dogged by controversy, is to be released as an open-source project on May 1, according to its creator. Jim Kartes, president of Maui X-Stream Inc., confirmed...
Controversy is raging over the first test release of CherryOS - a paid-for Mac emulator which allows PC users to run Mac OS X for the first time. Hawaii-based company Maui X-Stream has released the...
Experience Mac OS X on your PC With CherryOS -- a G4 Emulator -- you can install Panther, Apple's award-winning operating system, onto your PC. In addition, you will be able to use...
On Tuesday, October 12, MXS — a software development company that specializes in video streaming, custom applications and web development — announced the immediate availability of CherryOS software. The announcement signaled a breakthrough in...
Despite being widely accused of code theft, fraud and other chicanery, the author of the controversial CherryOS Mac emulator is sticking to his guns: It's all on the up and up, says programmer Arben Kryeziu....