Pender's Blog

Blog archive

China, Taiwan Jump on Antitrust Bandwagon

Taiwan -- or Chinese Taipei for Olympic purposes -- is all over antitrust proceedings regarding Vista and XP, apparently. But what's really funny to us is that the rumored Chinese antitrust investigation of Microsoft (Office, specifically) might be on after all.

China, one of the world's more repressive governments, investigating an American corporation for antitrust issues? There has to be some irony there...right?

Posted by Lee Pender on August 19, 2008 at 11:54 AM


Featured

  • What's Keeping MSPs Up at Night: Competition, Tough Clients and Vendor Costs

    Pandemic-driven business conditions have been a boon for MSPs, but all that growth comes with significant hurdles.

  • Microsoft Security Program for Nonprofits Now Available

    Nonprofits now have access to a new program that provides a suite of real-time monitoring and protection tools from Microsoft and its partners.

  • Windows 10 Version 21H2 Nears Final Release

    The next major feature update to Windows 10 is almost ready for prime time, Microsoft announced this week.

  • The 2021 Microsoft Product Roadmap

    From Windows 10X to the next generation of Microsoft's application server products, here are the product milestones coming down the pipeline in 2021.