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N. Korea develops operating system with Windows-like GUI, Linux guts (Mar 05, 2010)

Ksplice debuts zero downtime service for Linux (Feb 09, 2010)

CES: Lenovo unveils hybrid tablet laptop with 'two brains' (Jan 06, 2010)

Microsoft, other rivals slam Google Chrome OS (Nov 21, 2009)

Linux's share of netbooks surging, not sagging, says analyst (Nov 04, 2009)

Many open-sourcers back an Oracle takeover of MySQL (Oct 29, 2009)

The OpenBlockS 600 is a Linux server that fits in your palm (Oct 01, 2009)

Eyeing Google, Splashtop partners with Yahoo for instant-on web search (Jul 25, 2009)

Novell throws support behind Moblin Linux for Intel Atom netbooks, devices (May 07, 2009)

Are Linux netbooks really returned more often than Windows models? (Apr 08, 2009)

Microsoft targets Linux with server for very small companies (Apr 01, 2009)

Microsoft Woos Developers Under the Silverlight (Oct 13, 2008)

Seinfeld Ads End as Microsoft Turns to Reclaim 'I'm a PC' Slur From Apple (Sep 18, 2008)

IBM Says It Has 'No Plans' to Open-Source DB2 Database (Jun 17, 2008)

EnterpriseDB Snags Red Hat Sales VP as CEO (Jun 04, 2008)

'PatentGate,' One Year Later: Microsoft Against the Open-Source World (May 21, 2008)

Backing up Microsoft Exchange... with Yahoo's Zimbra (May 04, 2008)

Report: OLPC May Eventually Switch from Linux to Windows XP (Apr 23, 2008)

MySQL Users Upset as Sun Limits New Features for Paying Customers (Apr 18, 2008)

Microsoft Looks to Avoid Losses to Linux in Embedded OS Market (Apr 16, 2008)

OOXML: BRM Defended, US May Still Vote "Yes" (Mar 10, 2008)

IBM Amends POS Focus, Opens Its Cash Registers to Version of Windows (Feb 28, 2008)

Software 'Tweaks,' Chinese New Year Delay Everex CloudBook (Jan 28, 2008)

IE Still Top Dog Over Firefox in Corporate Browser Kennel (Jan 11, 2008)

CES: Asus Eee Rival Emerges in Everex CloudBook UMPC (Jan 10, 2008)

Life on the EEEdge: Daily Life with Asus' Tiny Laptop (Dec 15, 2007)

South Africa, Netherlands and Korea Striding Toward ODF (Nov 27, 2007)

Microsoft and Open-Source Backers: Best 'Frenemies' Forever? (Nov 09, 2007)

IBM's Symphony Hitting Wrong Notes, Reviewers Say (Sep 25, 2007)

Can IBM Save OpenOffice.org From Itself? (Sep 20, 2007)

Microsoft Not So 'Open' After All? (Aug 01, 2007)

The Grill: MySQL's Mårten Mickos on the Hot Seat (Jun 27, 2007)

Can New York Make the Case for ODF? (Jun 14, 2007)

OLPC Board Member: Microsoft's $3 Windows Fine by Us (Apr 25, 2007)

How Digg.com Uses the LAMP Stack to Scale Upward (Apr 25, 2007)

Microsoft Sentences FoxPro to Death (Apr 10, 2007)

Computerworld: Open Source... Hardware? Someday, Say ETech Attendees (Mar 27, 2007)

Computerworld: California May Join Rush of States Toward ODF (Feb 28, 2007)

ComputerWorld: Has Open-Source Lost Its Halo? (Feb 16, 2007)

LinuxWorld Australia: Firefox Use Nearly Doubled in '06; Safari Gained, IE and Netscape Lost (Jan 09, 2007)

ComputerWorld: Windows Development Chief: 'I Would Buy a Mac If I Didn't Work for Microsoft' (Dec 13, 2006)

Computerworld: Novell Plans More Licensing Deals (Dec 06, 2006)

Computerworld: Linux Users to Microsoft: What 'Balance Sheet Liability'? (Nov 22, 2006)

Computerworld: Ballmer: Linux Users Owe Microsoft (Nov 17, 2006)

Computerworld: Analysis: Open-Source Application Stacks--Heavy on the hype? (Nov 15, 2006)

NetworkWorld: Google Testing Sun's OpenSolaris, Sources Say (Sep 21, 2006)

Techworld: Updated Open Source Software Targets Exchange (Aug 21, 2006)

Computerworld: Upstarts Make Inroads in Systems Management (Aug 21, 2006)

Computerworld: Open-Source on Windows the Next Big Thing? (Jul 29, 2006)

Computerworld: HP Pushes Open-source as Part of 'Switzerland' Strategy (May 22, 2006)

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