The US government moved up a gear in its battle with Microsoft, releasing papers that accuse it of trying to kill off the infant Java and attempting to dominate the market by a policy of divide and rule.
The papers said that Microsoft pressurised Intel to ditch software development plans; it tried to extract promises from Real Networks that it wouldn?t share technology with Microsoft?s competitors; and it asked Apple not sell the competitive Quicktime for Windows.
The US government said the attempts to eliminate Netscape and Java were under the direction of Bill Gates.
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