The Taipei Times reports that the Fair Trade Commission (FTC), which is investigating allegations that Microsoft used its market position to hike up prices on the island, came under fire for failing to deliver quick enough results. The investigation started on May 5th.
The FTC is investigating claims that Windows XP costs far more in Taiwan than in either the USA or Europe, holding back access to computers and to Internet access.
Earlier this month, we reported that Microsoft Taiwan was giving away its Windows XP software to schools and other academic institutions for a very nominal NT$1.
Some schools, however, have decided to take the Linux and Open Office route, the newspaper report says. µ
The best and most-boring ultraportable around
The Note 10 could beat the bork-prone handset to market
They're kind of cute though