The two second-tier Linux companies will adopt common Linux software and engineering. Alas, this idea doesn't have a great history of success.
Microsoft signs another deal with open source's riffraff.
The software maker signs a pact with Japan's Kyocera Mita, allowing the company to use Microsoft patents for its line of printers, copiers and multifunction peripherals.
After seeing Windows wedge its way into a deal with the Nigerian government, Mandriva's chief criticizes Microsoft's competitive tactics.
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As part of a new interoperability strategy, software maker says it won't take legal action against those who develop open-source products, CNET News.com has learned.
Software giant announces a deal in which TomTom will pay for coverage related to mapping and file-management patents that Microsoft claimed were infringed by the Linux kernel.
Open source has traditionally not had much of a foothold in Japan. Or has it?
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