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The Inquirer: OpenOffice 2.0 Preview Released (Dec 20, 2004)

The Inquirer: Open Sourced IBM Speech Code Doesn't Include ViaVoice (Sep 24, 2004)

The Inquirer: CA's Barrenechea Lambasts SCO, IBM (Jul 27, 2004)

The Inquirer: Computer Associates' Open Source Guru Speaks Out (Jul 27, 2004)

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