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April 1, 2011 by

Hey HP and Oracle; the kids can hear you fighting

Trash talking your competitors is nothing new (Apple and Adobe have been at it for a while, with Google joining in on occasion), but we've had an ugly spate of it this year - from Google derailing the Future of Search event by accusing Bing of copying (and Bing's Harry Shum drily snarking back by accusing Google of click fraud) to (notice a pattern?) Google pre-empting Nokia's deal with Microsoft by repeating a Nokia insult to Siemens and Benq.

September 25, 2007 by

More antitrust tilting

Clearly, the silt churned up by the European Court of First Instance's ruling last week has not cleared. So much for my promise that last Friday's post would be my last blog on the topic.

June 9, 2005 by

Passing judgement on Microsoft's media juggernaut

In response to my last post on Microsoft's rapidly growing global footprint in the digital media universe, one ZDNet reader complained that, while I was reporting on that colonization, I wasn't taking a stand or expressing a viewpoint.  Another ZDNet reader, Godot,  took such sides, accusing Microsoft of unfairly wielding its operating system monopoly in an effort to dominate yet another market.

August 5, 2004 by

Sun's Big Blue bluff?

What could Sun president Jonathan Schwartz possibly have to gain from his recent, public speculation about a Sun acquisition of Novell? Will Sun buy Novell? Here's why David Berlind's not betting bet on it.


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