Saturday, December 6, 2003
Sun, RSS And Apple Challenge Office Dominance
Suddenly, the Windows advantage as the essential platform for applications was neutralized.
With ReadIris 9, the first OCR program to be fully compliant with Twain Scanners and OS X, all the other programs are also rans. They need to catch up with ReadIris, and with the speed of this program, they have a lot of catching up to do.
Microsoft To Junk Flagship Products, Cites Java Settlement
Among the products that Microsoft will no longer make available to customers through any of the Microsoft's sales channels are Windows 98, SQL Server 7 and a number of versions of Office 2000, according to a note from a Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) program manager posted to a public Microsoft newsgroup.
Microsoft's Patchwork Security Blanket
Microsoft has had a lot of Windows patches, but is that really a bad thing?
MSN Plus Delayed; 'Longhorn Live' Version In The Works
Microsoft is pushing back the delivery date for the next rev of its stripped-down Internet service, while it is simultaneously working on its 2006 MSN release.
Microsoft Prepares Windows Patch CD
The security update CD for older Windows systems, set to begin testing soon, is Microsoft's latest attempt to tackle an increasingly thorny security situation.