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Microsoft patent chief: 2010 was a significant year of invention (Dec 19, 2010)

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Google, under antitrust scrutiny, points its finger at Microsoft (Feb 26, 2010)

Microsoft, Amazon strike patent deal covering Kindle and Linux (Feb 23, 2010)

Microsoft Names Miguel de Icaza one of its Most Valuable Professionals (Jan 16, 2010)

Microsoft wins 'emotiflag' patent, despite Lotus Notes precedent (Jul 27, 2009)

NASA embraces Microsoft format -- but adds an open-source twist (May 28, 2009)

'Maddog' Hall: How open-source software can dominate the world (Apr 27, 2009)

This weekend: LinuxFest NW (Apr 25, 2009)

Microsoft sues TomTom over Linux and other patent claims (Feb 26, 2009)

Microsoft, Rob Enderle, and Their Conflicting Perceptions of Reality (Nov 24, 2008)

Ballmer: Free Software Means No Free Soda (Feb 11, 2008)

Microsoft Bus Riders to Get Wi-Fi via Linux Routers (Sep 07, 2007)

Free Software Lawyer Discusses Microsoft Patent Claims (May 18, 2007)

One of Ubuntu Linux's Biggest, and Youngest, Fans (May 03, 2007)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Rival Shines in Shadows at Microsoft's L.A. Event (Sep 16, 2005)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Ballmer on Linux Rivalry (Sep 09, 2005)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Software Notebook: 'Evil Empire' Microsoft Warms to Open Source (Aug 15, 2005)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer/E-Commerce News: Microsoft Swats at Open Source in Latin America (Jun 30, 2005)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Microsoft Keeps Legal Options Against Free Office alternative (Sep 15, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Linux and 'Independence' (Aug 21, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Microsoft Open to Open-Source (Jun 24, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Microsoft Notebook: Open Source in Redmond! (Apr 13, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Microsoft Says It's Not Bankrolling Linux Opponent (Mar 08, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Lindows Claims a Court Victory (Feb 11, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Studies on Linux Help Their Patron: Microsoft (Jan 28, 2004)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Eric Raymond on Microsoft (Dec 02, 2003)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Open Source's Threat to Microsoft is Growing (Nov 19, 2003)