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August 15, 2007 by

Where does SCO go from here?

SCO took a huge gamble and lost! There never was much hope that they could pull together a team of lawyers better than those at IBM but the potential threat to Linux, whether real or imagined, is gone -- along with any asset value SCO had left. There customer list is all that's left!

November 20, 2006 by

Ballmer a patent troll?

Users are in an uproar but, according to Groklaw, the threat is real, at least in regards those Linux users who also use Microsoft's .Net. Such enterprises will only be able to use the "open source" aspects of Microsoft's technology if they also switch to SUSE.

November 2, 2006 by

Strategic partnerhip or unholy alliance?

Whether you are a dyed-in-the-wool Linux geek or a Redmond-eesta this one has to have you wondering about what in the world either vendor (the one you love, or the one you love to hate) is up to.

May 15, 2005 by

Microsoft to buy Red Hat? Say it ain't so

From Red Hat's perspective this could be a marriage made in heaven -- offering both a defense againstthe two greatest strategic threats it faces and a graceful way for key players to foldtheir tents and steal away into the night.

May 15, 2005 by

Microsoft to buy Red Hat? Say it ain't so

From Red Hat's perspective this could be a marriage made in heaven -- offering both a defense againstthe two greatest strategic threats it faces and a graceful way for key players to foldtheir tents and steal away into the night.

March 17, 2004 by

Open source's promise -- and pitfalls

commentary Novell Vice Chairman Chris Stone once again reiterated that Novell owns the copyrights to Unix. "Sorry Darl [McBride, SCO CEO], Al Gore didn't invent the Internet, and you didn't invent Linux or intellectual property law.

December 19, 2003 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

Wednesday 17/12/2003Fancy a new operating system? You can wait three years for Longhorn, which will have all sorts of fab things you never knew you wanted, or you can download the brand-new release of the Linux kernel, 2.

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