04/16/2011 10:50:31 PM EST
"But what it all comes down to is: Microsoft can’t compete, so it’s going to the courts."
By this logic, and the evidence you present above, neither can Oracle or Apple, since they're both going to the courts. Neither for that matter could Google, Mozilla, or other companies involved in antitrust suits against Microsoft such as the one that recently resulted in that little browser chooser thing, or essentially any other company that's ever involved in litigation. Which would mean... all of them.
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