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Apple exec: Microsoft stronghold
BY ELLIOT ZARET
Special to the Mercury News
WASHINGTON -- Under meticulous
grilling from a Microsoft lawyer, Apple
executive Avie Tevanian held to his
statements Wednesday that Microsoft's
monopoly killed the proposed Rhapsody
operating system and that the Redmond
software giant intentionally put bugs in its
software to ``sabotage'' Apple's QuickTime
``Don't you think the use of the word
`sabotage' is something of an exaggeration?''
Microsoft lawyer Theodore Edelman asked at
``It sounds fine to me,'' Tevanian responded.