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Is Linux FOSS or open source? (Nov 10, 2010)

Simon Phipps unbound (Oct 26, 2010)

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This was the year of desktop Linux (Sep 02, 2010)

Oracle aims to destroy open source software industry (Aug 18, 2010)

Why Android won (Jul 28, 2010)

Google out-FUDs the FUDmasters (Jul 09, 2010)

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Google fights the Hollywood tech veto (May 21, 2010)

Why some open source crosses the chasm and some falls in (May 19, 2010)

Is Android becoming a Tower of Babel? (May 06, 2010)

Why the fall of Explorer matters (May 06, 2010)

Behind the open codec FUD attack (May 04, 2010)

What is in those Microsoft Linux patent agreements? (Apr 30, 2010)

How open is open core and is that open enough (Mar 26, 2010)

How the Google-Microsoft conflict could hit open source (Mar 16, 2010)

Microsoft has stake in Novell fight (Mar 05, 2010)

Time to name and shame the anti-open source extremists (Feb 27, 2010)

How Microsoft uses open source to fight open source (Feb 11, 2010)

What rankles in open source buy-outs (Jan 07, 2010)

Phony open source to be a 2010 trend (Dec 09, 2009)

Why Africa gets the IBM-Ubuntu bundle and you do not (Sep 24, 2009)

BIND is not just legacy freeware (Sep 23, 2009)

TomTom Launches OpenLR Open Navigation Project (Sep 09, 2009)

NHIN code-a-thon may change government attitude toward open source (Aug 28, 2009)

Microsoft still pushing a standards tax (Aug 12, 2009)

At what stage of life is the open source industry? (Jun 26, 2009)

How friendly is the Movable Type fork? (Jun 23, 2009)

How much do desktops matter? (Jun 20, 2009)

IBM expects Linux to make money (Jun 12, 2009)

Invisible Linux (Jun 08, 2009)

Taiwan and Computex seek ways out of their box (Jun 04, 2009)

Sorry Linux but the chicken came first (Jun 03, 2009)

Microsoft stuck at top of open source incline (Apr 28, 2009)

Why Microsoft won round one of netbook wars (Apr 16, 2009)

The Linux laptops of 2009 (Apr 06, 2009)

Open source share growing in netbook market (Mar 20, 2009)

The coming merger of Netbooks and handhelds (Mar 04, 2009)

7 reasons why Windows 7 will not wreck Ubuntu (Jan 14, 2009)

AMD move brings open source gaming closer (Jan 01, 2009)

Open source business models must be voluntary (Dec 29, 2008)

Linux Foundation goes from Novell to IBM CTO (Dec 20, 2008)

Can Open Source Save Gaming Companies? (Dec 16, 2008)

Open Source in a Closed Market (Dec 12, 2008)

A future so bright Tux needs shades (Nov 26, 2008)

Is the Era of Open Source Legal Stupidity Over? (Nov 25, 2008)

Some Open Source Attacks on Windows May be Unfair (Nov 20, 2008)

From Windows Capable to the Linux Laptop (Nov 18, 2008)

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