Operating system company Be today introduced the first version of its software to run on Intel PCs as well as Apple Macs.
Chief executive Jean-Louis Gasse - formerly from Apple, which was in talks to buy Be last year - said the Intel release was not, in any sense, a criticism of the Mac OS. But he pointed out Be OS could be an alternative to the different flavours of Windows.
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