A senior Microsoft executive has admitted that the company's previous criticism of open source software was 'a mistake'
We've known that proper Xbox Live gaming (powered by XNA) was coming to Windows Phone 7 devices. Microsoft has finally come clean with details about its launch strategy for the platform, and from where we sit, it's definitely looking pretty promising.
Today, Symantec issued a press release stating that Microsoft would be setting a record for the number of patches sent out in a single month, and it would tie the record for the total number of vulnerabilities since it began its “Patch Tuesday” program of releasing weekly patches when necessary.
The Get a Mac ads may be dead, but Microsoft is quite happy keeping the PC vs. Mac comparisons going with a new section on its Windows 7 website.
Talks Some Serious Smack.
"New figures released by Microsoft shows that nearly half of all Windows 7 installations are running on the 64-bit version of the company's flagship operating system."
RIM's commitment to protect customers from the prying eyes of the government contrasts Microsoft's IE8 privacy policies.
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Microsoft today disclosed that version nine of its Internet Explorer Web browser will have a beta release in September.
Microsoft’s statement at court when sued over WGA “the software collected and communicated private identifying information from consumer’s computers and sent that information back to Microsoft on a daily basis.”
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