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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-02       Article Source : CRN

Over time, virtually every piece of Microsoft's software lineup will be offered as a server or a service, said Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates. He and CTO Ray Ozzie unveiled the company’s new Windows Live and Office Live offerings Tuesday.

Over time, virtually every piece of Microsoft's software lineup will be offered as a server or a service, according to Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
Unveiling a new strategic vision dubbed “live software,” Gates previewed Microsoft’s first moves into the space with Windows

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-02       Article Source : COMPUTERWORLD

With the release of the first beta copies of Windows Vista in midsummer, Microsoft Corp. began ramping up the testing process for the next version of its client operating system. But long before that, a special group of corporate testers had already started to help shape the new software.

Thirteen companies, including eight with at least 15,000 PCs each, began working with Microsoft on the architecture and design of their Windows Vista environments about 18 months ago, when the product was code-named

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-02       Article Source : COMPUTERWORLD

Microsoft's Technology Adoption Program isn't just for huge corporations with thousands of users. Many smaller companies get a chance to participate -- and they're only too happy to get the sort of insider access and extra attention that's typically reserved for the big guys.

John-Mark Tucker, an IT manager at Red Dot Corp. in Seattle, said he was flattered to see a business with 500 employees get invited to the same events on Microsoft's campus in Redmond, Wash., as companies such as

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-01       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a Microsoft Corp. appeal in the software company's ongoing Web browsing patent dispute with the University of California and Eolas Technologies Inc.

Microsoft had already been dealt a $520.6 million judgement in the case two years ago, but appealed it on several fronts.

With Monday's decision, the Supreme Court has decided not to hear Microsoft's argument relating to how damages in the case should be calculated. Microsoft had been asking the Court

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-31       Article Source : vnunet.com

Microsoft is planning to add support for the XML Paper Specification (XPS) in its forthcoming Office 12 software.

XPS is a Microsoft-developed standard for electronic paper similar to Adobe's PDF. Unlike a text document or web page, a PDF or XPS file is displayed identically on every computer.

Adobe's PDF also offers advanced management features that, for instance, allow the document to expire after a certain period or prevent it from being printed.

XPS will be supported in Windows Vista,

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31       Article Source : The Guardian

Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates last night gave $258m (£145m) to the fight against malaria, branding the rich world's efforts in tackling the disease "a disgrace".

The grant is equivalent to more than three-quarters of global spending on research into the disease last year, according to a report published simultaneously by the Malaria Research and Development Alliance. Malaria causes an estimated 500m bouts of illness a year, kills an African child every 30 seconds, and costs an estimated $12bn a year in lost income.Read More...  

Posted by iNext on 2005-10-31       Article Source : AP

SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp. shares rose nearly 3 percent Friday, a day after the world's largest software maker reported a 24 percent increase in its first-quarter profit.
 
The company's results were released after regular trading Thursday. Its shares rose 68 cents, or 2.7 percent, to close at $25.53 on the Nasdaq Stock Market. Its shares have traded in a 52-week range of $23.82 to $30.20.

A top Microsoft official said after the earnings report that sales of its new 

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-29       Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp. has threatened to withdraw its Windows software from South Korea if the country's antitrust agency orders it to unbundle its Instant Messenger and Media Player from the operating system.

South Korea's Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) has been investigating allegations that the world's top software maker breached antitrust laws by incorporating the services into Windows.

"If the KFTC enters an order requiring Microsoft to remove code or redesign Windows uniquely for the Korean market, it might be necessary to withdraw

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-28       Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp. today posted an increase in quarterly profit on robust sales of its Windows software for personal computers but offered a forecast of revenue for the current quarter that was below Wall Street's expectations.

In the company's fiscal first quarter, which ended Sept. 30, net income reached $3.14 billion, or 29 cents per share, compared with $2.53 billion, or 23 cents per share, in the same period a year earlier.

Excluding a legal settlement charge, Microsoft said it earned

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-28       Article Source : vnunet.com

Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 to manufacturing.

Users can expect a so-called community technology preview of BizTalk Server 2006.
The tools are set to be officially launched by Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer on 7 November at an event in San Francisco.

The release to manufacturing means that the product is finished and ready to be sent out to hardware manufacturers and distributors, while a technology preview signals that additional changes can be expected.
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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-28       Article Source : AP

WASHINGTON - The federal judge overseeing Microsoft Corp.'s business practices scolded the company Wednesday over a proposal to force manufacturers to tether iPod-like devices to Microsoft's own music player software.
 
Microsoft abandoned the idea after a competitor protested.

In a rare display of indignation, U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly demanded an explanation from Microsoft's lawyers and told them, "This should not be happening."

Legal and industry experts said Microsoft's demands probably would have violated a landmark antitrust settlement

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-27       Article Source : Reuters

TEL AVIV—Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said on Wednesday the software giant faced growing competition from companies in China and India but, for now, the strength in those countries lies in software services.

Gates, on his first visit to Israel, said Israeli companies would also confront increased competition from China and India.

"There will be competitors for Microsoft and for Israeli companies coming out of those countries although today the success, particularly in India, has mostly been in the software

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-27       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

A U.S. District Court judge monitoring Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust settlement with the U.S. government scolded company lawyers today because the company recently announced a lengthy delay in a project to improve technical documentation for its communications protocols.

Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia questioned why Microsoft has pushed back the completion date of one of two technical documentation projects announced in February from early 2006 to October 2006 or later. The two projects were intended

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-27       Article Source : AP

SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said Wednesday it won't drop its investigation into allegations Microsoft Corp. engaged in unfair trade practices even if the U.S. software giant reaches an accord with the South Korean company that first brought the complaint.
 
"We have been promoting competition in markets and enhancing consumer benefits to strengthen the national economy," the Fair Trade Commission said in a statement. "In this respect, we will continue to assess the Microsoft case regardless of

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-26       Article Source : CNN Money

Early 2006 could bring a long-awaited renaissance for Microsoft -- and not a moment too soon for many investors.

But anyone looking for a happy surprise when the world's biggest software maker reports results Thursday may have to wait.

The Redmond, Wash.-based software company has wrestled with a stagnant stock price for years, but a round of new products due in early 2006 may fix that. In the meantime, however, it's unlikely that customers will rush to buy software that

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