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Katherine Noyes
EC Hikes Microsoft Fine Threat to $4M Per Day
03/01/07 10:58 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 898 Words

... European Commission on Thursday stepped up the antitrust penalties Microsoft could have to pay to a whopping US$4 million a day for what the Commission says are unreasonable pricing practices. In a statement of objections sent to Microsoft, the commission said the...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft-Novell Honeymoon Ends
11/22/06 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 718 Words

... Microsoft and Novell , participants in a recent historic Windows-Linux technology- and patent-sharing pact, are having some differences of opinion over the existence of Microsoft technology in the Linux operating system . Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer fired up Linux and open source...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft Makes Nice With Novell's Suse Linux
11/03/06 3:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 602 Words

... Microsoft and Novell announced this week a deal to promote and support Novell's Suse Linux alongside Windows . That's right, Microsoft will promote and support Linux -- but only as long as it's from Novell. Following last week's big news of an...

Erika Morphy
Microsoft Takes the Long View With Zune
07/29/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 706 Words

After months of hints and speculation, Microsoft announced that, yes, it is headed for a showdown with Apple . In one corner is Microsoft with its billions to invest in R&D, design and marketing to support its own media player -- one that...

Keith Regan
Microsoft Faces More Fines From EU
07/10/06 10:47 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 693 Words

... European Commission is poised to raise the limit on daily fines that Microsoft may face if it does not bring itself into compliance with remedies aimed at addressing its past antitrust behavior on the continent. Reports say the EC will raise the...

Rob Enderle
What if Microsoft Bought Apple?
04/03/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1432 Words

... spent a lot of time last week reading the Microsoft employee blogs and apparently there is some reasonably strong feeling among many folks who work there that the wrong "Steve" is running the company. This is, in my view, a "grass is...

Keith Regan
Microsoft Earnings Rise, Stock Buyback Expanded
10/28/05 9:34 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 922 Words

... strong demand for personal computers, Microsoft managed to beat analysts expectations for earnings, with income rising 24 percent, but analysts say the software giant's results had some weak spots, including in the online arena. Microsoft said revenue in its first fiscal quarter...

Brian R. Hook
Microsoft Refocuses on Small Business Software
09/29/05 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1040 Words

... Microsoft once again renews its efforts to target small to mid-sized companies, many in the software industry express skepticism, while others welcome the competition. Just how committed is Microsoft to the small to mid-market software segment? As many critics will point out,...

Jennifer LeClaire
Microsoft Back on Midmarket Bandwagon With Server System
07/07/05 1:21 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 574 Words

... a move to cater to midsize businesses, Microsoft today announced a Windows Server System bundle aimed at companies with 50 to 250 PCs . The software giant is hoping to gain the traction in the midmarket that it has achieved with its...

Louis Columbus
Mendocino: The Reason Microsoft Should Buy Siebel
04/29/05 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 926 Words

Now contrast this with the announcement this week of Project Mendocino, where Microsoft Office users will be able to access SAP's extensive enterprise applications and both companies have pledged to use these applications internally, and Siebel has an entirely new global competitive dynamic...

Rob Enderle
How Linux Saved Microsoft
04/18/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1372 Words

... been looking back this week and recalling almost a decade ago when a little company called Netscape prematurely slapped Microsoft upside the head and by so doing better positioned Microsoft for the future. Granted, I'm sure Microsoft would have loved to avoid...

Jennifer LeClaire
Microsoft's 'Project Green' To Roll Out in Waves
03/08/05 11:50 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 553 Words

... Microsoft detailed its user-friendlier "Project Green" at the Convergence 2005 conference in San Diego today. The enhanced technology road map for Microsoft Business Solutions' development effort includes support for current business management solutions until at least 2013, the company said. "With our...

Keith Regan
Microsoft Buys Enterprise Security Firm
02/08/05 10:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 756 Words

... a trend it began almost two years ago, Microsoft said it has bought a privately held antivirus firm to help it beef up its arsenal of information security tools, this time focusing squarely on the enterprise . Microsoft said it would acquire...

Jack M. Germain
Try Using Alternative Browsers: Microsoft Dares You
01/01/05 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1665 Words

... security holes continue to multiply in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, consumers and enterprise users alike are paying more attention to alternative browsers. After all, Microsoft hasn't upgraded its starship software package since before the release of Windows XP . Numerous alternative...

Elizabeth Millard
Microsoft Asked To Change Misleading Linux Ad
08/25/04 10:28 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 805 Words

... UK's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has asked Microsoft to change an ad that claims Linux has been found to be over 10 times more expensive than Windows Server. The group evaluated the truthfulness of the ad after a number of public complaints...

Rob Enderle
Dispelling Misconceptions About Microsoft
05/24/04 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1436 Words

... was chatting with a journalist a couple of days ago to help with background on a story on Microsoft designed to debunk one of the most common misconceptions surrounding the company. I started to realize there were a lot of them --...

Rob Enderle
Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet
03/29/04 6:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1332 Words

... the Game Developers Conference (GDC) last week, Microsoft raised the bar on what has become one of the more interesting battles in the industry. Actually, it would be more accurate to say Microsoft has taken the gloves off and now -- really...

Jay Lyman
EU Moves To Sever Microsoft's Media Player from Windows
03/08/04 2:02 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 676 Words

... an accusation reminiscent of Microsoft's U.S. antitrust case -- which dealt with the company's bundling of the Internet Explorer Web browser with the Windows operating system -- the European Commission has signaled it might penalize Microsoft or force it to separate...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft Lays Claim to Kid's Domain Name
01/19/04 1:48 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 769 Words

Redmond, Washington-based supercorporation Microsoft contacted Rowe regarding his domain name last November. After resisting Redmond's request -- made by Microsoft's law firm in Canada -- to transfer the domain to Microsoft immediately, Rowe now claims to be the victim of Microsoft's bullying. Although...

Keith Regan
RealNetworks Sues Microsoft for $1 Billion
12/19/03 8:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 795 Words

... its business would be much larger today if Microsoft had not pushed to create a "new monopoly" in the media player market, RealNetworks said it has filed a civil suit against the software giant seeking US$1 billion in lost revenue and damages.

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