‘Go’ founder to revive anti-trust case against Microsoft

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'Go' founder to revive anti-trust case against Microsoft

The founder of Go that once looked as though it might capture the market for tablet style operating systems has filed papers in the US against Microsoft, alleging anti-competitive behaviour.

The allegations go back to the 1980s when Go Corp was formed by S. Jerrold Kaplan, a former Chief Scientist at Lotus Development, to create a new operating system that was controlled by a pen rather than a mouse.

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