Decision could allow Microsoft to gain more ground in browser market
Stories by Nancy Weil
Microsoft has issued a statement regarding abuses of the "easy fulfillment" program, which have led Microsoft to file a lawsuit against two companies that allegedly distributed software illegally. Misuse of the program is "widespread," said Claire O'Donnell, a paralegal in Microsoft's legal and corporate affairs department, in an interview today.
"New generation online service" will target 18- to 34-year-old Internet crowd
Letter to shareholders, employees, continues PR drive
I'll give most of my wealth to charity, software billionaire promises
Notes 5.0, WWW-enhanced Domino dominate annual user and developer conference
US$1000 NC to come with Lotus' eSuite Workplace software
Freeware announcement comes in conjunction with "aggressive" worldwide marketing campaign
Despite sluggish growth in the past couple of years, the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) market is poised to take off, according to reports released today by market research firms Dataquest Inc. and Communications Industry Researchers (CIR) Inc.
No basis for expedited appeal says DOJ
A coalition of anti-censorship groups is urging the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to reject the most recent addition to an Internet content rating standard.
Many questions left unanswered
Lessig was influential in overturning of CDA
Judge Jackson's ruling seems to favour US Department of Justice
Nearly 10 million making e-commerce transactions