Chinese software firms to jointly develop new OS

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The move comes as China looks to ban Microsoft Windows and other foreign software and hardware

Two Chinese software companies have announced a partnership to build a domestic independent operating system, in efforts to 'provide a better experience to users'. Tianjin Kylin Information (TKC...

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