Microsoft partners with old rival Linux Foundation

Microsoft partners with old rival Linux Foundation
 

Microsoft has thrown its financial weight behind Linux, the operating system that rivals its own Windows.
One of the company's former chief executives once described the platform as being "a cancer".
It is now spending $500,000 (£400,000) to join the Linux Foundation, which promotes the open-source OS amongst businesses and developers.
Other platinum members include companies such as Google, Facebook and Samsung.
Microsoft and Linux have not always seen to eye to eye. In 2001, then Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said in a widely-reported newspaper interview: "Linux... read more

 
17 November 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 61
Source: BBC
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