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Why Microsoft Can't Afford To Let Novell Die (Mar 09, 2010)

Codeplex Foundation: The High School Musical Of Open Source? (Mar 05, 2010)

Microsoft 'Has Acknowledged The Enterprise Role Of Linux' (Dec 07, 2009)

GE and EC both concerned about open source risks (Nov 24, 2009)

Asus: If you Want Linux On Your Eee, Go To Toys R Us! (Jul 02, 2009)

Romania Gives Big Deals To Microsoft Without Bids (May 29, 2009)

Europeans Urged To Vote For Free Software (May 27, 2009)

Have You Seen the Chinese Firefox? (Nov 24, 2008)

Stallman Comments on the Oyster (Jun 10, 2008)

Linux Opens London's Oyster (May 23, 2008)

Red Hat Defends UK's Open Source Record (May 15, 2008)

Office 2007 Fails OOXML Conformance Test (Apr 22, 2008)

IBM Denies Re-Entering PC Market with Russian Deal (Mar 11, 2008)

Europe Gets Another Open-Source Group (Jan 30, 2008)

Ten Things You Can Do to Help Open Source (Nov 29, 2007)

Can Linux Forget Desktops and Servers? (Nov 28, 2007)

Linux Users Could Face European Patent Threat (Sep 20, 2007)

Wi-Fi Bug Found in Linux (Apr 16, 2007)

ZDNet UK: New Boss Has Six Months to Make Novell Work (Jun 26, 2006)

Techworld: Open Source Lemonade to Beat Blackberry? (May 11, 2006)

ZDNet UK: Desktop Linux for Small Business (Nov 30, 2005)

ZDNet UK: So Why Not Put Linux on Your Business Desktops? (Nov 29, 2005)

ZDNet UK: Red Hat Desktop 4 [Review] (Nov 20, 2005)

ZDNet UK: Microsoft's Education Claims Rebuffed (May 17, 2005)

TechWorld: Novell to Launch Linux Qualification (Oct 09, 2003)

TechWorld: Patenting 'Lunacy' Will Hit Open Source (Sep 06, 2003)

Techworld: No Cheap Linux for UK Users (Jul 26, 2003)

ZDNet: It's a Matrix Moment for Linux (Jun 06, 2003)

ZDNet UK: Microsoft Deflects Shared-Source Critics (Apr 14, 2003)

ZDNet UK: Open Source, Shared Source or Secret Sauce? (Sep 23, 2002)

ZDNet UK: PHP Tools Come to the UK (Sep 14, 2002)

ZDNet: Linux and AIX link up on IBM's biggest Unix server (Oct 05, 2001)