Thursday, April 6, 2000
Apple Releases Streaming Software That Runs On Windows
One would think Apple is turning into a software maker, judging by a newly unveiled open-source project.
Singapore Mac users, check out the all new MacSingapore. And, yeah, we're on the headlines too.
Remedy To Come In 60 Days In Microsoft Case
A ruling on the penalties to be levied against Microsoft for its antitrust violations will come within 60 days, with a hearing set for May 24, officials said today.
Microsoft Works On Image With Ads
The software giant took out full-page advertisements today in U.S. newspapers such as the New York Times and USA Today, running a letter from co-founder Bill Gates and chief executive Steve Ballmer defending the company and touting its successes.
Sun Considers Private Antitrust Suit Against Microsoft
Sun Microsystems is considering a private antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft but is being very cautious about such a course of action, the company said today.