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Browser ballot not on tap for Asia

Opera won't be lobbying for a browser choice screen to be implemented in Asia-Pacific, while Mozilla's Open to Choice campaign stays within Europe.

By March 11, 2010


Microsoft rivals critical of browser 'ballot screen'

Competitors have concerns about Microsoft's proposal to satisfy EU officials by offering Windows users a choice of browsers, according to a report.

By September 29, 2009


EU investigation into Open XML vote still ongoing

European antitrust regulators sent letters earlier in the year to European standards bodies exploring how the standards-setting process was working.

By April 2, 2008


EU slaps Microsoft with $1.35 billion fine

European Union has fined the software maker big-time for failing to comply with sanctions imposed in 2004.

By February 27, 2008


Microsoft launches open-source charm offensive

Company's pledges to improve openness with standards and open source recognize its antitrust legal requirements and higher market priority on interoperability, executives say.

By February 21, 2008


Open-source Sunday School: More than money

It's about the interesting work people get to do, not the money.

By November 18, 2007


Microsoft finally yields to EU order

European Commission says agreement brings company into compliance with 2004 antitrust ruling, addresses interoperability, royalty issues.

By October 22, 2007


EU ruling deals setback to Microsoft

In upholding Europe's landmark antitrust decision, a high-level court foresees a "significant drop" in market share. But what of Vista?

By September 17, 2007


Microsoft lands first licensee in EU protocol program

In keeping with European antitrust ruling, Microsoft sells license to Quest Software. License fees still an issue for EU.

By March 8, 2007


Raining on Microsoft's parade

Attorney Thomas Vinje represents a coalition of Microsoft rivals charging the company with ongoing antitrust violations in Europe.

By January 30, 2007