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Microsoft unveils set of design tools

Microsoft has unveiled a suite of Web site design and graphics software that gives .NET developers a set of tools similar to those that have been available for years from Adobe Systems and Macromedia.

Gates debuts new Vista, Office features

Microsoft chairman and chief architect, Bill Gates, introduced new features of the next versions of Microsoft Office and Windows in his keynote at the Professional Developers Conference (PDC).

Microsoft shores up midmarket strategy

Microsoft is expected to reveal new products for midmarket customers and more details of Project Green, its long-term plan for its financial applications portfolio, at a conference for small and medium-size business customers.

Microsoft bolsters video content security in Vista

Microsoft plans to include new ways to protect video content in the next version of its Windows desktop operating system (OS) in an effort to position the OS as a platform for home digital entertainment systems.

Flaws revealed in Adobe Version Cue

Two new security vulnerabilities were revealed this week in Adobe Systems's Version Cue software, the second and third security flaws discovered in the company's software in less than two weeks, according to security consulting firm iDefense.

Microsoft to release antiphishing tool before IE 7

Microsoft plans to release an add-on to MSN Search Toolbar aimed at protecting Web users from phishing scams. The technology is similar to an antiphishing tool the company previously said will be available in Internet Explorer (IE) 7, which is not ye...

Text messages driving activism at concerts

Oxfam International will give Coldplay fans at a Mountain View, California, concert on Friday a chance to use text messaging to sign a petition advocating changes in trade laws.

Sun creates open source office

Sun Microsystems has created a new office to coordinate its open-source projects and appointed long-time technology evangelist Simon Phipps to oversee the effort.

Microsoft may dump proposed RSS name

A well-known Microsoft Web logger Tuesday downplayed the proposed use of a new name for RSS (Really Simple Syndication) in the next version of Internet Explorer (IE) following several days of intense discussion about the notion of rebranding RSS in t...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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