Friday, April 26, 2002
Computers With Every Cadaver
With fewer hours for dissection, the medics hav ebeen forced to add computers to their corpses. Each cadaver now comes with an iMac.
Mozilla Loaded Up For Browser Wars
If Mozilla cleans up its act before the final release, it may actually best its two most powerful competitors.
Microsoft Seeks (And Finds) A New Market To Dominate
Microsoft's announcement that it would enter the market for customer relationship management (CRM) software—applications that help companies track information about customers—was met with the obligatory volley of choreographed public relations responses.
Micorosft To Dump Windows? Good Idea! Here's Why
Tossing out Windows would give Microsoft a chance to build a real OS for the 21st century, instead of an OS that is still, at its heart, the descendant of MS-DOS.
Hewlett's Chief Scoffs At Accusation Of Coercion
The chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, Carleton S. Fiorina, returned to the witness stand here today to explain what she meant when she told a major institutional investor that a vote in favor of the company's merger with Compaq Computer was "of great importance to our ongoing relationship."
Executive Testifies Microosft Must Be Able To Alter Windows
A Microsoft executive told a federal judge today that the company should be allowed to make changes in its Windows operating system that impair the performance of other programs so long as the company believes it is acting in the best interest of Windows users.
Bill Gates, Software Saviour
Bill Gates's witness-box message: hurt Windows, and you hurt the world.