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- IBM Releases 500 patents to open source community
- In the land of the open source elves: Interview with "Battle for Wesnoth" creator David White
- Intel acquires mobile Linux developer, OpenedHand
- Interview with Ton Roosendaal about Elephants Dream and free content movies
- Interview: Drupal founder Dries Buytaert balances community and company interests
- Major cell phone companies working on Linux-based platform for phones
- Microsoft announces that new Vista OS on schedule
- Microsoft backtracks on Vista delay accusations
- Microsoft changes OEM license, forcing new purchases after motherboard upgrade
- Microsoft claims 235 patent breaches by open source software
- Microsoft Considering Backport of WinFS to Windows XP
- Microsoft disgruntled with partner Dell's interest in open source
- Microsoft ends support for Windows 98 and Me
- Microsoft ends support for Windows XP's first service pack
- Microsoft patent to make ads disable computer
- Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 9 browser
- Microsoft releases Windows Phone 7 to manufacturing
- Microsoft says no delay for European launch of Vista
- Microsoft to release patches for 64 security flaws on Tuesday
- Microsoft waits for death of Internet Explorer 6
- Mozilla sets record for most software downloads in 24 hours
- Munich delays switch to Linux
- Web browser Firefox increases market share in Europe
- Wikimania 2009 held in Buenos Aires
- Wikinews interviews Frugalware Linux founder
- Wikinews interviews on contributions to open-source: Opera
- Wikinews interviews Ubuntu developer Fabrice
- Wikinews reports from 2008 Taiwan Open Source Developers' Conference
- Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales announces cooperation between KDE Group and Wikimedia