YouOS is a new breed of hyperlocal Interaction. Interest and location based interaction.
In 2006, YouOS was listed on the 7th position of PC World's list of "The 20 Most Innovative Products of the Year".
YouOS was shut down on July 30, 2008 because the developers had not actively developed it since November 2006. They also could not find a use for it themselves. They have since moved on to other projects.
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|Jul 29, 2012||The Next Web - Y Combinator Startups That Should've Made It|
|May 28, 2008||CNet - Ghost and Glide show Web OS innovation at D6 - CNET|
|Apr 11, 2008||Gigaom - The Virtual OS: Ready for Web Workers Yet?|
|Mar 14, 2008||CNet - Start-up Xcerion offers a peek at the clouds - CNET|
|Mar 14, 2008||TechCrunch - Demo Day: Y Combinator's Spring Chicks|
|Jan 30, 2008||Ars Technica - Hands on with XIOS, the Cloud OS that runs in a browser|
|Dec 14, 2007||TechCrunch - Cybercafe Regulars Can Now Manage Their Digital Lives with Jooce|
|Nov 26, 2007||Gigaom - Web-Based "Cloud OS" Aims for App Developers and Users|
Cloudo is a software company.
Desktoptwo develops internet based operating systems and free online storage systems for businesses.
eyeOS offers an open-source browser-based web desktop with documentation, download, and community support.
G.ho.st offers a free virtual computer that hosts all the users' data and applications on the web, making it accessible via any platform.
Custom business management applications
Xindesk is a free WebOS that runs in a web browser. Developed by parent XIN company, from Sweden, Xindesk is another competitor into the
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