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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.
Competitors have concerns about Microsoft's proposal to satisfy EU officials by offering Windows users a choice of browsers, according to a report.
It's about the interesting work people get to do, not the money.
European Union has fined the software maker big-time for failing to comply with sanctions imposed in 2004.
European antitrust regulators sent letters earlier in the year to European standards bodies exploring how the standards-setting process was working.
Company's pledges to improve openness with standards and open source recognize its antitrust legal requirements and higher market priority on interoperability, executives say.