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IBM, Sony, Philips form Linux alliance

Three of the world’s biggest electronics companies — IBM, Sony and Philips — have joined forces with the two largest #Linux software distributors to create a company for sharing #Linux patents, royalty-free.
The Open Invention Network (OIN), as the new firm unveiled Thursday is known, could mark a breakthrough in resolving how to protect vendors and customers from patent royalty disputes resulting from freely shared #Linux code.

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