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More Dirt from the Vista Capable Case

Remember the "Vista Capable" ("Incapable" would have been more appropriate) lawsuit that dredged up a slew of tasty e-mails a few months back? Well, now there's more where that came from...and this time it's HP that seems to get the short end of the stick from Redmond.

As we said months ago, we're sure that all of this is part of a pretty standard sausage-making process for software...but all of this stuff sure is fun to read.

Posted by Lee Pender on 11/18/2008 at 1:22 PM


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