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A Windows crash you don't see everyday

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Microsoft
Humor

"Unbelievable as it's gonna sound... My friend's Windows XP CD... crashed while being inside his CD-ROM. This photo was taken immediately after the CD was ejected from the drive. Seriously, if this is not irony, then I don't know what is."

Link to photo.

Court Overturns Eolas Browser Judgment Against Microsoft

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Microsoft
Legal

"The U.S District Court of Appeals on Wednesday called for a new trial on a key aspect of the $520 million jury verdict that found that Microsoft had infringed on Web browser technology patents held by Eolas Technologies."

Media Player Flaw Speaks Volumes on M$ Security

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Microsoft
Security

I'm sure everyone's read of M$ latest security blunder relating to it's media player, but I particularly like David Coursey's stance. He says, "By focusing not on the largest number of potential victims but on patching its most current software, Microsoft reveals its tendency to "encourage" customers to buy new software by letting them sway in the breeze for a while."

Big Bullies

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Microsoft
Web

"A Dutch Web site claimed victory in a David-and-Goliath battle against Microsoft Corp. this week after the software vendor's AntiSpyware program flagged the Dutch company's home page as malicious content."

"Microsoft has agreed to compensate and apologize to the operator of Dutch directory site..."

IBM furthers Linux While Gates Signs Contract

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Linux
Microsoft

IBM may be committed to furthering it's involvement with Linux, first with it's announcement a few days ago of significant investment, and today amidst accusations from M$ that it's all talk, they state they currently employ approximately 8 to 9000 developers to work directly on open source projects.

Microsoft signs on Alcatel for IPTV

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Microsoft
Sci/Tech

"Microsoft and telecom gear maker Alcatel have created a development and sales partnership for software that delivers services to TVs over the Internet."

M$ Not Ready to Settle Yet

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Microsoft
Legal

"Judge Legal, who is hearing Microsoft's appeal against a European Union antitrust decision, said in a Bloomberg interview that there is no sign in sight of a settlement."

Get Into the Flame War ...please!

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Microsoft

Gates: 'Microsoft created the PC industry'

Jo Best contends that M$ built the pc industry. Gates surely agrees and stated as much during that interview with Peter Jennings reported here a few days ago. Best offers reasons for this opinion and the comments...

Microsoft's IT security plans spark controversy

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Microsoft

For 20 years, Microsoft Corp. has made the software on which hackers feast. Now, after three years of planning and several acquisitions, it's sending shudders through the industry as it prepares to move into the expanding market for security.

Do You Have an Xbox?

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Microsoft

If you own a M$ Xbox you may want to read this article from the Chicago Tribune summarizing a power cord failure that could cause injury and even fire. This article includes a phone number to get your replacement cord. I'm more glad than ever we use a Playstation2. Big Grin

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