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Even North Korea Is Copying Apple

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Bad news for Microsoft — North Korea doesn’t even want to copy Windows anymore. The latest version of Red Star OS, the nation’s official Linux distribution, now bears a striking resemblance to Mac OS X, as opposed to earlier versions that mimicked the Windows interface. Of course, no North Korean operating system would be complete without propaganda, such as setting the year to 103 — the number of years since Kim Il-sung, the founder of North Korea, was born.favicon follow link

 

Comments about Even North Korea Is Copying Apple

David Weintraub  2014-02-06 18:07
Yes dozens, maybe hundreds of people's glorious computers will run revolutionary Red Star OS.