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Reaction from small software developers to Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's ruling against Microsoft Corp. depends largely on how closely the developers are aligned to the software giant and its Windows platform.
U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's findings of fact in the government's antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. released last week skillfully touched all three bases necessary to argue that a violation of antitrust law has occurred -- espe
The software industry is not at risk of inviting government control as a consequence of possible sanctions in Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust case.
The Web site renders Bill Gates as a non-feeling Borg from Star Trek. Many visitors replace the 's' in Microsoft with a $. They play the FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) card at the first waft of pro-Microsoft sentiment.
State attorneys general Friday were quick to applaud Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's findings of fact in the antitrust case against Microsoft Corp., saying the ruling justifies "far-reaching remedies" against the software giant.
U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's findings of fact reflect serious misunderstandings of the origin of Microsoft Corp.'s dominance in PC operating systems. To the extent that his finding of monopoly power is based on these misunderstandin