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Free software advocate Richard Stallman spoke at Microsoft Research this week (Sep 06, 2019)

Can an open-source backer thrive inside Microsoft? This one says no (May 27, 2011)

Nokia shareholder 'revolt' against Microsoft WP7 deal ends after a day (Plan B is a hoax) (Feb 17, 2011)

Microsoft to testify at Oracle/Sun European Commission hearing (Dec 10, 2009)

Microsoft Lawyers Will be Busy in the Next Few Months (Oct 30, 2009)

Pigs do fly: Microsoft unleashes 20,000 lines of Linux code (Jul 21, 2009)

Microsoft, Linux Foundation issue joint letter opposing proposed software-licensing principles (May 18, 2009)

Report: Customers scrutinizing Microsoft license agreements more than ever (Apr 21, 2009)

Microsoft Apologizes to Open Source Initiative for Policy Violation (Jun 09, 2008)

Ozzie: Open Source a More Disruptive Competitor than Google (May 29, 2008)

Microsoft's Open-Source Strategy: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (Feb 02, 2008)

Microsoft Denies Dual-Boot Linux/Windows XO Laptops Are On Its Agenda (Jan 10, 2008)

Microsoft to Build an 'Emacs.Net' Text Editor (Dec 31, 2007)

Why Microsoft Deserved to Lose the OOXML Standards Vote (Sep 06, 2007)

Microsoft Kills Its 'Get the Facts' Anti-Linux Site (Aug 24, 2007)

Scalix: A Microsoft "Exchange Killer" No More? (Aug 17, 2007)

Did Xandros sign a Novell-like patent deal with Microsoft? (Jun 04, 2007)

Is Microsoft's ODF Vote Supposed to Make Amends for its Patent Attack? (May 19, 2007)

ZDNet: Yankee Group: Novell Gaining (With Microsoft's Help) At Red Hat's Expense (Mar 28, 2007)

All About Microsoft: Report: Open-Source E-mail Systems Biggest Threat to Microsoft Exchange (Mar 27, 2007)

ZDNet: Just How Closely is Microsoft Studying the Open-Source Play Book? (Feb 18, 2007)

ZDNet: The Gag is Off: Samba's Allison Talks Turkey on Microsoft-Novell Deal (Jan 02, 2007)

ZDNet: Reality Check: Microsoft Isn't Waving the White Flag (Nov 04, 2006)

Microsoft Watch: Can Microsoft Make the Trains Run on Time? (Mar 24, 2006)

Microsoft Watch: Microsoft Rethinks the Beta Process (Mar 16, 2006)

eWeek: Startup Focuses on Managing Linux Systems from Inside Windows Networks (Oct 27, 2005)

Microsoft Watch: Father of Wiki Quits Microsoft; Moves to Open-Source Foundation (Oct 19, 2005)

eWeek: Microsoft vs. Linux: Execs Talk Detente (Jun 03, 2005)

Microsoft Watch: Meet the Head of Microsoft's Linux Lab (May 07, 2005)

Microsoft Watch: Brazil: The Next Windows vs. Linux Battleground? (Apr 09, 2005)

Microsoft Watch: Are Wine Users Just 'Whining' About Microsoft's Anti-Piracy Plans? (Feb 19, 2005)

MicrosoftWatch: Is Microsoft Rattling the Linux-Patent Sabers? (Nov 19, 2004)

Microsoft Watch: Vintela: Microsoft's Secret Unix/Linux Weapon? (Nov 16, 2004)

eWeek: FlexWiki: Microsoft's Third Open Software Project (Sep 28, 2004)

Microsoft Watch: Microsoft Adds to Its Anti-Open-Source Arsenal (Sep 14, 2004)

eWeek: Microsoft Lures Open-Source Programmer (Aug 18, 2004)

eWeek: Microsoft Sales Chief: 'Facts' Show that Windows Trumps Linux (Jul 30, 2004)

eWeek: What Software Will Microsoft Open-Source Next? (Jul 26, 2004)

eWeek: Microsoft Takes Another Step Toward More 'Open' Licensing (Jun 28, 2004)

Microsoft Watch: Yankee Independently Pits Windows TCO vs. Linux TCO (Mar 26, 2004)

eWeek: Leaked Memo Revives SCO-Microsoft Connection Furor (Mar 05, 2004)

eWeek: Microsoft Hints of Future Programs to Stave Off Linux Overseas (Mar 02, 2004)

Microsoft Watch: Is Linux Keeping the Softies Awake at Night? (Feb 24, 2004)

eWeek: CA: It's Time to Join the Linux Generation (Jan 24, 2004)

eWeek: It's Not ALL About Linux (Jan 18, 2004)

eWeek: Questions Dog Microsoft on Linux Studies (Oct 08, 2003)

Microsoft Watch: Novell's Stone Speaks Out (Aug 06, 2003)

Microsoft Watch: Meet Microsoft's 'Joe Friday' (Aug 01, 2003)

Microsoft Watch: Microsoft to Merge U.S. Government, Education Businesses (Jul 10, 2003)

Microsoft Watch: Is The 'Soft Going Soft on Open Source? (Mar 19, 2003)

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