Os, symbol for the element osmium.
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OS/2 Warp intros in China, IBM to build 'world-class software industry' there. (OS/2 Warp Version 3.0 operating system)(Product Announcement) (Software Industry Report)
OS/2 die-hards feel Notes pain. (Lotus' decision to not offer Notes 5.0 for OS/2 platform) (Product Information) (Network World)
Is OS/2 on cruise control? (Product Information) (Software Magazine)
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