A US District Court judge on Friday set aside the guilty verdict in the case of a former network administrator who had been convicted in May on a federal charge of computer sabotage.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Some wonder if DataCenter will be powerful enough to handle giant, mission-critical applications
Strategy looks complex, says analyst
Microsoft Corp. confirmed last week that it is aiming at an Oct. 6 official release date for its long-anticipated Windows 2000 operating system.
"It's not a project out of control," says Microsoft VP
Microsoft takes the machete to features to speed delivery
Microsoft working on building a hot fix
Software designed with the full Win32 API set, smaller footprint
Many find it hard to believe Windows 2000 will come in 1999
We'll keep on buying NT 4.0, say users
Extent of ongoing support unclear
Zeon chip expected to ship at end of June
Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems, Inc. brought their dispute over Java to the courtroom this week, but both companies know the real battleground is in the technology arena.
Users are anxious to find out if the security advances in Sun Microsystems Inc.’s latest Java Development Kit (JDK) live up to their billing.
The difference? JDK 1.1 is a whole lot better than JDK 1.0, say developers