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Today’s Media Coverage Says Microsoft Loves Linux, But Today Microsoft Extorted Linux Using Software Patents Again

Posted in Microsoft, Red Hat at 6:06 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Summary: Luna Mobile has just been extorted by Microsoft (using dubious software patents, as usual) for using Android/Linux, but Microsoft-influenced media carries on spreading the lie that “Microsoft loves Linux”

RED HAT’S own event has just been hijacked by Microsoft again (see articles below along with the comments) and Microsoft used Red Hat’s platform to call its proprietary (Open Core) platform “Open Source”, to say it “loves Linux” (the infamous old lie), and so on. On the other hand, Microsoft’s own booster Mary Jo Foley says that “Microsoft signs Android patent-licensing deal with Luna Mobile”. She insists that “Microsoft has signed an Android patent deal with Luna Mobile, even though its announcement of the arrangement never mentions the word ‘Android’.”

Yes, so much for love. It must love all that ‘protection money’ it is silently amassing.

Related/contextual items from the news:

  1. Red Hat Delivers More Secure Containers with New Scanning Capability [Ed: helping Microsoft’s parasite]
  2. Microsoft unveils .NET Core 1.0, extends partnership with Red Hat [Ed: Red Hat is so focused on meeting short-term profit goals that it forgot Microsoft's past]
  3. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Unveils .NET Core 1.0 Availability
  4. Microsoft Releases Open Source .NET Core 1.0 For Linux, Windows, And macOS [Ed: Another reminder that’s needed here is that open core is not open source]
  5. Microsoft Announces Open .NET Core 1.0 at Red Hat Summit [Ed: stealing Red Hat's thunder at its own event]
  6. Microsoft releases cross-platform .NET Core 1.0 at Linux event [Ed: How Microsoft turns Linux events into its own. Microsoft love love love… if they keep saying it often enough, preferably with “Linux” in headlines, then maybe fools will believe it.]
  7. Microsoft starts proving its Linux love [Ed: As big a lie as it gets; when will it stop taunting Linux with patents then?]
  8. Microsoft announces open-source Language Server Protocol
  9. Microsoft’s Open Source .NET Core Project Hits v1.0, Gets General Availability
  10. Microsoft launches Net Core 1.0 for Linux, OS X and Windows
  11. Microsoft’s open sourcing of .NET hits a major milestone
  12. Microsoft Proves Its Love For Linux With Net Core Software, Open Source And Ready To Go [Ed: People don't want Microsoft love. They just want Microsoft to start obeying the law.]
  13. Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat Collaborate on a Protocol for Sharing Programming Language Guidance
  14. Microsoft further embraces open source with cross-platform version of .Net Framework
  15. MapR, Microsoft make announcements at Hadoop and Red Hat summits
  16. Microsoft brings .NET Core to MacOS and Linux
  17. Microsoft launches its cross-platform .Net Core
  18. Microsoft announces general availability of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core 1.0
  19. Latest Microsoft Mechanics video shows Red Hat Linux running on Azure [Ed: Does anyone really believe (literally) Microsoft loves Linux ? All I see is Microsoft boosters and ghostwriters claiming such people exist.]
  20. Microsoft announces .NET Core 1.0 for Linux, MacOS and Windows
  21. Announcing .NET Core 1.0
  22. Microsoft finally introduces ASP.NET Core 1.0, supported inherently by Red Hat
  23. .NET Core 1.0 Released
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