Microsoft is engaged in illegal activity again

Microsoft is again using their monopoly to illegally force vendors to squash the competition.

In 2006, Microsoft put  pressure on Wal-mart to stop selling Linux.

Then,  Microsoft put pressure on Dell when Dell decided to support Linux.

So now you are looking for Linux on netbooks and smart phones?  Good luck!  The  chicken-hearted vendors at the TAITRA were afraid to anger Microsoft. Then we heard about Acer offering a  netbook with Android , codename snapdragon – but it’s a case of now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t – thanks to Microsoft. So Ausustek backs down because of pressure from Microsoft.

Now we hear that HTC’s Sense UI won’t be available on Linux systems, because Microsoft won’t let it happen.

And the story continues.

Updated – see more here.

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One Response to Microsoft is engaged in illegal activity again

  1. pochp says:

    Most probably MS is suffering from cyber-degeneration.

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