SQL Server 2008 won't be sticking to its release schedule after all.
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With a new CEO on board and a major update of its Firefox Web browser expected this year, Mozilla Corp. hopes to reinvigorate its campaign to pull users away from Microsoft Corp.'s still-dominant Internet Explorer software.
Taiwanese PC maker Asustek Computer Inc. on Monday confirmed rumors that it will enlarge upcoming versions of its hit Eee mini-notebook PC to accommodate 8- and 9-inch LCD screens, up from the current 7-inch LCDs the US$399 Eee now sports.
The Asus Eee has arrived, leaving a trail of effusive reviews and eager buyers. I started to feel hope: Could the Eee be the Mini-Me of PCs that I've been searching for all these years?
SWsoft may be mainly unknown among the general population, but its software, at least among virtualisation aficionados, is familiar stuff. Its Virtuozzo software is used on several hundred thousand servers, mostly by remote data centers and hosting providers, according to CEO Serguei Beloussov.
Windows Vista made its biggest leap yet in November -- the operating system was in use on nearly one out of 10 Internet-connected computers last month, according to a research firm.
When Microsoft released Windows Vista to businesses exactly one year ago, near-term expectations weren't high.
There were 3522 comments that Microsoft's Office Open XML document format attracted from the national standards bodies that participated last summer in balloting that at least temporarily derailed the effort to certify the format as an ISO standard.
Oracle may be signaling its intention to strong-arm customers over to its new virtualisation platform, but Microsoft is doing just the opposite.
Microsoft disclosed that it has fired CIO Stuart Scott after an internal investigation determined that he had violated unspecified company policies.
Despite underwhelming consumers and being snubbed by enterprises, Windows Vista's numbers keep growing, with Microsoft saying that it has now shipped 88 million copies of the operating system, almost double the number of copies of XP in the same amount of time at its launch.
Ask Adobe Systems' CEO Bruce Chizen about the state of relations between his company and Microsoft, and he finds it hard not to smirk.
The long march to the release of Windows Server 2008, aka Longhorn Server, continued on Monday, as Microsoft announced that it is making the first Release Candidate version of the upcoming operating system available for public download
Microsoft may be successfully hawking Office 2007, but the software vendor isn't neglecting its many users who remain on Office 2003.
IBM has spun out productivity software included in the latest version of Lotus Notes as a free stand-alone suite to compete with Microsoft's Office productivity suite
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