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Seagate Pops Lindows onto Hard Drives at No Charge
Will lend open source hand to Whitebox PC makers by distributing LindowsOS on one drive model at no cost. Any US computer maker can buy 40GB Barracuda 7200.7 pre-loaded with LindowsHD or without at same cost, should save about $100 per box. [The Register] (September 24, 2003) Nabs New Customer in Japan
The desktop Linux advocate boasts a new partnership in Japan with Japanese ISP EDGE to sell LindowsOS in Japan for home, work, education uses; and assures customers Lindows has nothing to fear from SCO. [InternetNews] (May 29, 2003)
Lindows CEO Attacks Intel's Centrino Linux Lockout
Intel is having major internal struggle over desktop Linux, and pro-Microsoft marketing droids are winning, according to CEO Michael Robertson. Lists several types of evidence. [The Register] (March 20, 2003)
Maker of Lindows Laughs at Face of Danger (and Microsoft)
Robertson started a firm competing against Microsoft Windows in the PC OS market, named his cheap OS and firm Lindows (one letter different), and to ensure Microsoft hates him, has a $200,000 reward for anyone hacking Xbox. [USA Today] (February 25, 2003)
Lindows CEO Funds Xbox Hacking Contest
Michael Robertson, Lindows CEO, reveals himself as formerly anonymous donor of $200,000 prize money in contest to translate Linux OS to Microsoft's Xbox video game console. [CNET] (January 02, 2003)
Lindows Heads for Store Shelves
San Diego start-up dedicated to making Linux easy to use for average PC users releases first retail version of its software Lindows 3.0, and has enlisted retail partners to sell it. [CNET] (December 17, 2002)
Linux Finds Fans at Wal-Mart
Firm expands experiment selling low-cost PCs running Linux OS. Web site now has lines of Microtel PCs with installed Lindows, Mandrake. May be milestone for Linux public acceptance. Sales are above expectations. [CNET] (July 15, 2002)
The Lindows Conundrum
Lindows is a cheap OS that runs Linux and Windows code, with a name that mixes both, and which looks like Windows. Why isn't anyone taking it seriously? [ZDNet PC Magazine] (October 26, 2001)
Start-up Creating Linux-Windows Combo, a 20-person San Diego company led by former Chief Executive Michael Robertson, plans to sell preview version of Linux to run popular Windows programs. Version 1.0 is due early 2002. [CNET] (October 23, 2001)
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