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Red Hat says "no comment" to Microsoft patent deal

CEO Matthew Szulik declined to comment about whether Red Hat is now in negotiations with Microsoft over signing a patent deal, seemingly contradicting his previous outright rejection of the proposal. I don't like the sound of that at all. That sounds far too much like a "maybe" to me, rather than the unambiguous "no" I would have expected.

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Ubuntu outsells Vista Ultimate on Amazon
[Ed: And Home Premium Edition too.]

Posted by uriel // Sat, Jun 23, 2007 1:17 PM

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22 Confessions Of A Former Dell Sales Manager

Insiders: 22 Confessions Of A Former Dell Sales Manager - Consumerist

A former Dell kiosk manager writes us to share helpful tips about doing business with Dell. He has no particular problems with Dell, he just wanted to share some helpful tips for consumers looking to get the best deal. He includes info on getting the best deal from the website, different kinds of promotions the Dell offers, insider details on how the kiosk sales reps are compensated, what coupons and deals they have to offer you to close the deal, the email format for Dell in case you're thinking of launching an EECB, where to take your Dell credit card complaints, which extended warranties to avoid, how to get a domestic tech support rep... and more. It's very comprehensive. Enjoy!

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Bloomberg Mysteriously Pulls Anti-Microsoft Article

This article mysteriously disapeared from Bloomberg shortly after it was published.

I wonder why?

STLtoday - Business - Manufacturing & Technology

Microsoft faces antitrust challenge on Windows Vista operating system
By James Rowley

Antitrust officials may demand that Microsoft Corp. change its Windows Vista operating system to address a complaint that the program's design hurts competing software, said Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.

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BBC: Situation Critical - Media Guardian

Situation critical | Media |

Situation critical

The BBC's desperate attempt to lead the new media revolution has been fraught with controversy, delays and huge costs. Bobbie Johnson asks how it all went wrong

Monday May 14, 2007
The Guardian

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