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Re: [News] Microsoft Business is Dying, GNU/Linux Sub-notebooks Play a Role

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____/ 7 on Monday 02 March 2009 20:33 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> Netbooks a nail in Microsoft's coffin?
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>> | Microsoft's announcement last month of relatively poor financial
>> | performance, together with news of the first job cuts in its 34-year
>> | history has added to the gloom already felt on Wall Street.
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>> http://www.zdnetasia.com/insight/hardware/0,39043471,62050711,00.htm
>> Review: Netbooks go mainstream
> Time to run micoshaft and their GESTAPO modelled STAZI tactics
> sales staff out of town.
> Google is 73% size of micoshaft and still rising while
> micoshaft is sinking.
> Google should bring out netbooks asap with Linux on it.

The battle will be situated in the Internet, which is mostly powered by
UNIX/BSD/Linux. Google is a winner in SaaS and indexing. As for Microsoft, it
has some messy code whose future resembles Atari. Microsoft tried hardware...
and failed (Zune/XBox losing $billions). It tried Internet... and failed
(MSN/Live losing $billions also).

Microsoft turned into an aggressive-obsessive patent parasite last week. Won't
be long before its trolls from IV join the (sinking) ship...

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