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Posted by iMark on 2006-07-04   

Businesses waiting to get their hands on Microsoft's flagship Office software will have to wait a little longer now that the company has postponed delivery while it works out some kinks discovered in beta versions of the product.
 
Delays have become common practice with the software giant with the release of the muchhyped Vista operating system also being pushed back several times in recent months.

According to Microsoft the redesigned Office portfolio will be released to the public

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Posted by iMark on 2006-06-30   

Avanquest Software a leading developer and publisher of business and consumer software for the global PC market with operations in Europe the U.S. and Asia today introduced its newest version of VCOM's system recovery solution for Windows. Recovery Commander rescues Windows PC users from inoperable or nonbooting systems and can typically restore the system to working order in less than five minutes while preserving valuable user data and applications.

The latest version of VCOM Recovery Commander offers enhanced tracking and recovery features

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Posted by iMark on 2006-06-23   

MSN Messenger users woke up to new and improved messaging software on Tuesday thanks to the formal launch of Microsoft's new Windows Live Messenger.
 
The instantcommunication program originally released as a beta in April is available as a free download to MSN Messenger's nearly million users around the world and of course to anybody else.

It is among the first of Microsoft's new line of Live products designed to offer Webbased services that compete against similar offerings from

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Posted by inet on 2006-06-16   

One of the two security updates that Microsoft released Tuesday for its Office suite applies not only to Windowspowered computers but also to Macs.

The bulletin labeled MS fixes a flaw in PowerPoint the presentation maker in Office that could let an attacker hijack a system by sending its user a speciallycrafted PowerPoint file.

To plug the hole Microsoft posted updates for Office for Mac (version ..) and Microsoft Office v. X for Mac.

Office for Mac .. also

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Posted by iMark on 2006-06-15   

Microsoft is continuing its slow assault on the VoIP market by signing a new deal with LGNortel to work together on VoIP products based on the next generation of WinCE. LGNortel is a joint venture between Nortel and cell phone manufacturer LG Electronics.

The deal between Microsoft and LGNortel is a memorandum of understanding (MOU) covering joint research and development marketing and licensing for WinCE . It extends an existing agreement between the two companies in which LGNortel developed a WinCE based multimedia

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Posted by inet on 2006-06-07       Article Source : http://www.networkingpipeline.com
Microsoft is continuing its slow assault on the VoIP market by signing a new deal with LGNortel to work together on VoIP products based on the next generation of WinCE. LGNortel is a joint venture between Nortel and cell phone manufacturer LG Electronics. The deal between Microsoft and LGNortel is a memorandum of understanding (MOU) covering joint research and development marketing and licensing for WinCE . It extends an existing agreement between the two companies in which LGNortel developed a WinCE based multimedia SIP phone.
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Posted by iNext on 2006-05-02       Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp. is backing up its talk of investing in Web services with cash, months after chairman Bill Gates called the company to arms over an Internet "sea change" in which software and services become delivered over the Web.
 
Next year the company will invest $2 billion more than expected in a variety of technologies, and the clearest goal is to transform its way of doing business on the Web, analysts and investors said.

Wall Street was shocked by

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-29       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Microsoft is entering the social networking market currently led by MySpace.com and Friendster with its own entry, Wallop.

The new company is being spun out from Microsoft IP Ventures, which was formed in 2003 and expanded last year to make Microsoft technologies available to appropriate start-ups for licensing.

Both Microsoft and Cupertino, California-based Bay Partners will provide funding for Wallop but did not specify how much, Microsoft said.

Few Details Available

Microsoft claimed the site, due to launch later this

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-28   

Microsoft's Mobile and Embedded Devices division is moving toward more of an annual refresh schedule for its operating system releases.

According to a recent Microsoft executive's presentation, Microsoft is readying the next two releases, code-named "Crossbow" and "Photon," of its Windows Mobile operating system.

Crossbow, which Microsoft is endeavoring to deliver to cell phone and PDA providers by Q4 2006, will launch officially in the first or second calendar quarter of 2007. Crossbow will be the first operating-system update to Windows

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-27   

Microsoft declared Visual Studio 2005 Express "forever free" last week, extending the no-cost deal it initially said would end a year after the software's November 2005 release.

Visual Studio 2005 Express joins SQL Server Express in Microsoft's portfolio of entry-level freebies. Intended for hobbyists and students, the Express editions have limited functionally and streamlined user interfaces. However, their licenses do allow commercial deployment.

The software is available for download at Microsoft's Web site.

Since its launch five months ago, Visual

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-23       Article Source : Reuters

Software giant Microsoft Corp. said on Friday it hired away Steve Berkowitz, the chief executive of rival Internet company Ask.com, to head Microsoft's own Internet business.
 
Effective May 8, Berkowitz succeeds David Cole, a 20-year Microsoft veteran, who is set to begin a one-year leave of absence, Microsoft said in a statement. He had outlined his plans in a memo to employees in February.

Berkowitz is credited in the industry with orchestrating the turnaround of Ask.com, the Web search

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-22       Article Source : Microsoft Watch

Microsoft is building a Web site designed to allow Microsoft product groups – and, later, third-party software developers – to test new Live features and services in a controlled environment.
 
The new site, known as the Windows Live Experimentation Platform, went live on Thursday. The site is running on top of Office Live, a set of service extensions to Microsoft Office that Microsoft released to beta testers earlier this year.

The Live Experimentation Platform is Microsoft's latest move toward

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-21       Article Source : AFP

The world's software leader Microsoft impressed China's President Hu Jintao with a tour of its most advanced technological innovations, including the "Home of the Future."
 
Comfortably and tastefully furnished, the facility in Microsoft's Redmond Campus, just outside Seattle, is a model of the type of high-tech home the company envisions will be used in five to 10 years.

Stepping into the livingroom, Hu was shown a screen which displayed digital photos of a typical family. With the movement of

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-20       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Microsoft plans to give customers a peek at the next version of its Windows Server Update Services software at the Microsoft Management Summit conference in San Diego next week.
 
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0, which is expected to be released in the first half of 2007, will have a more dynamic user interface based on the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) framework and will include several features that make the software easier to use, according to Joseph Dadzie, a Microsoft group

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-19       Article Source : NewsFactor

Confronted with Google's huge success in the world of Internet search, Microsoft has been busy developing a broad set of new online services.
 
Last week, the software giant launched a new search engine for scholars. This week, news has emerged that Microsoft's MSN Search division is working busily on a new "social" search service.

The new social search promises to produce more relevant results by incorporating preferences of like-minded Web surfers. The question-and-answer service should be ready for

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