By: IT News BlogAt Microsoft Corp.'s TechEd 2007 Conference in Orlando, the software gianthas announced ithas signeda patent licensing and collaboration dealwith Xandros Inc., which offers desktop and server versions of Linux. Steven J. Vaughan Nichols has a lot of questions on his mind, and thinks Microsoft is not serious about suing anyone. Linux users provides their perspective on Slashdot. Payton Byrd believes there's more to come.

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