OnLive, which provides a hosted Windows desktop service for iPad and Android users, is now following at least some of Microsoft's instructions for doing so legally, Microsoft has said.OnLive, maker of a service that runs Windows on an iPad, has bowed to some of Microsoft's requests on the licensing of the product.
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OnLive, the company providing hosted a hosted Windows desktop on the iPad and Android, has taken steps to comply with Microsoft licensing terms.
Microsoft finally is going public about OnLive, the company offering hosted Office and Windows on iPads and Android tablets and whether it is in violation of Microsoft's virtualization licensing terms.
Apple's iPad OS licensing agreement shows that users will only get one free major OS upgrade and will have to pay for any further upgrades.
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