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The latest news that the European Commission has fined Microsoft US$357 million for failing to comply with an antitrust order to diminish its Windows monopoly…
Microsoft’s announcement that it will support the development of an Open Document Format (ODF) converter plug-in will bring much needed competition and innovation in office…
Saturday, 08 July 2006 14:40

Is aggregation the future of news?

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An interesting and some might consider disturbing aspect of the latest iteration of the web is the burgeoning popularity of news aggregation websites. These sites…
Ron HovsepianIt is no secret that Novell has been losing legacy Netware customers. It is also no secret that incoming CEO Ron Hovsepian has been…
Back in the 1980s, IBM and its centralized computing model was the bogeyman that had to be defeated. Distributed computing, which later evolved into client…
Saturday, 01 July 2006 13:23

France gives Apple le finger

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For those who did not understand the reference to Euro pirates in our previous story "Euro pirates still on collision course with Apple" the term…
If one is to believe a University of Utah study, then talking on a hands free mobile phone while driving a car is more dangerous…
Monday, 26 June 2006 19:58

Europe goes bananas over Apple

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As a casual non-European observer, where technology is concerned, one would have to be a little bit frightened about what is taking place on the…
Google, a company that has some great online technology, is really in the business of selling advertising. This fact was once again hammered home by…
The events of the past couple of days at Microsoft are perplexing to say the least. On Monday, Microsoft launches Windows Live Messenger with great…

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