Open Backdoors, Broken Windows, and Tainted Chips: A Brief History of the Ongoing Microsoft-China War

When I visited China in 2000, you could buy the newest pirated version of Windows almost anywhere. In fact, you’d be considered stupid if you bought the licensed version. After all, how many Chinese were rich enough, at that time, to afford it? Would you pay a couple of month’s salary for a computer program? … Continue reading Open Backdoors, Broken Windows, and Tainted Chips: A Brief History of the Ongoing Microsoft-China War