By Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Software giant Microsoft Corp. is apologizing for altering a photo on its Web site to change the race of one of the people shown in the picture. A photo on the Seattle-based company's U.S. Web site shows two men, one Asian and one black, and a white...
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AP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled Tuesday a new version of its Windows operating system for mobile devices that adds such features as PowerPoint viewing while making it easier for gadget makers to equip phones and handheld computers with typewriter keyboards and iPod-sized hard drives...
Ziff Davis - Redmond's database upgrade adds support for some 64-bit computing benefits and addresses security and performance issues.
Reuters - Online criminals turned their
attention to antivirus software and media players like Apple
Computer Inc.'s iTunes in the first three months of
2005 as they sought new ways to take control of users'
computers, according to a survey released on Monday...
InfoWorld - Microsoft will attempt to bring Windows into the 64-bit era with a bang on Monday, unveiling its long-awaited 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP client. It will also show off the progress it has made with Longhorn and detail the role it will play in helping make...
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday offered details about the compatibility of its Mac products with Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger." Apple announced earlier on Tuesday that Tiger will ship on Friday, April 29, 2005. According to Microsoft, it has worked closely with Apple to make sure that Office...
Reuters - A former employee of Microsoft Corp.
was sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to
pay more than $5 million in restitution for selling the world's
largest software maker's products for personal gain, federal
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has unveiled a major upgrade to its Windows Server 2003 product in an effort to boost both software security and performance.
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Thursday sent to manufacturing the first Service Pack for Windows Server 2003, which is heavily flavored with security enhancements and features, some addressing the root cause of security issues that have caused headaches for corporate users...
AP - Microsoft Corp. will give away software to battle spyware, adware and other privacy-invading pests, company co-founder Bill Gates said Tuesday.
Microsoft Unveils Software to Find Files
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... If one person uses a computer for personal banking, the next person using that machine wont be able to access the sensitive data, he...