2001– With one version of the Apple OS X under it’s belt, “Puma” – or OS X 10.1 is released to the public. Updates would include extended DVD support and the ability to burn DVD – RW. There were still a lot of people against this new version of software. A lot of Mac users still liked OS 9 and thought OS X is a “superfluous” upgrade.
This Day in Tech History podcast show notes for September 29
- CERN is formed
- Lenovo recalls 526,000 batteries
- Zimbra Password exposure.