Analysis of the patent deal with Amazon and why it is a breach of some laws and should therefore be reported to authorities or regulatorsRead more »
New criticisms of ZDNet bias and hypocrisy based on the past few daysRead more »
What was Jeff Bezos, Amazon's CEO, thinking? Amazon just signed a patent cross-licensing deal that pays Microsoft intellectual property fees for, among other things, patents that cover Amazon's Linux-based Kindle e-reader and its Linux servers.Read more »
Network Solutions shut off the lights in response to a DMCA notice, after Cryptome published a 22-page Microsoft document outlining how the company stores private user data in its web-connected servers. The document also explains how government agencies can access that personal data.Read more »
Guadamuz has done some digging and discovered that an influential lobby group is asking the US government to basically consider open source as the equivalent of piracy - or even worse.Read more »
Millions of European Internet Explorer (IE) users will have the option to choose an alternative browser from 1 March, Microsoft has announced.
It follows a legal agreement between Microsoft and Europe's Competition Commission in December 2009.
As the new screenshots show, Ubuntu's change of a search provider is now finalisedRead more »
Mr. Shuttleworth is a very clever guy. So why does he keep the Windows API (Mono) inside Ubuntu GNU/Linux?Read more »
Microsoft - like Bill Gates - is giving presents with no physical value in order to suppress and reduce competition in different areasRead more »
Mac blogger Ronald Carlson and IDG write about the FSF and the former (at the least) associates the messenger rather than the message with controversial neighbourhoodRead more »
The SD Times reports that Microsoft has sold nearly all of its SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) support coupons.Read more »
Microsoft will no longer offer Linux or Unix versions of its enterprise search products after a wave of releases set to ship in the first half of this year, the company announced in an official blog post Thursday.Read more »
New heights for Microsoft's spin and lies; the latest wave of GPL smears arrives from friends of Microsoft and former employeesRead more »
Further analysis of the revelation that Microsoft does not permit any competition to even existRead more »
Not just Microsoft Web sites but the PR sites and the investment site of Bill Gates also rely on Akamai, which runs GNU/LinuxRead more »