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Old 06-15-2007, 01:01 AM   #1
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LXer: They're fallin' like dominoes: Linspire makes a deal with Microsoft

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Today it's Linspire agreeing to a Linux technology deal with Microsoft that includes "IP protection" for customers, with IP standing for "intellectual property," and Microsoft basically agreeing not to sue users of Linspire's Linux distro. Curiously, Freespire -- Linspire's "free" version -- isn't included in the IP protection deal but will benefit from greater integration between Open Office and MS Office.



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