Steve Jobs demonstrates “the NeXT release 3 operating system — many of the features shown here are now in Macintosh OSX.” Video after the jump. What are your thoughts?

In 1992, NeXT sold 20,000 computers, a small amount compared to their competitors. NeXT also reported annual sales of US$140 million, encouraging Canon to invest a further $30 million to keep the company afloat. NeXT came full circle when they partnered with Sun Microsystems to create OPENSTEP, which was NeXTSTEP without the Mach-based Unix kernel

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Steve Jobs demonstrates “the NeXT release 3 operating system — many of the features shown here are now in Macintosh OSX.” Video after the jump. What are your thoughts?

In 1992, NeXT sold 20,000 computers, a small amount compared to their competitors. NeXT also reported annual sales of US$140 million, encouraging Canon to invest a further $30 million to keep the company afloat. NeXT came full circle when they partnered with Sun Microsystems to create OPENSTEP, which was NeXTSTEP without the Mach-based Unix kernel

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