09/10/2009 07:04:00 PM EST
This article is incorrect. Greg pointed the finger at a number of companies including Intel and Google. You owe Greg an apology and a retraction, I think.
09/11/2009 05:21:46 AM EST
NO "MICROSOFT" in Linux Kernel!
Russia (Russian Federation)pavlinux
09/12/2009 01:56:32 AM EST
So, business as usual. It just so happens to be Microsoft. Nothing to see here. Move along.
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