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On the first stop of a Chinese business delegation's U.S. spending spree, Lenovo Group Wednesday penned a deal to buy more than $US1 billion in software from Microsoft.
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The NSW government's maligned and mysterious Tcard continues to absorb taxpayers' money with new case management software to be procured this year.
Microsoft has released what it called the "final" Vista fix for a problem that iPod owners had been having with the new operating system since its Jan. 30 launch.
Microsoft Wednesday announced new details about the next version of its SQL Server software, which it said will let users access and manage increasing volumes of data.
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