Microsoft failed Monday in its bid to overturn a European Commission antitrust ruling against it, when the European Union's second highest court dismissed the company's appeal and ordered it to pay the bulk of the Commission's legal expenses.
Yahoo has agreed to buy Zimbra, a privately held company whose Web hosted collaboration and messaging suite is considered a successful example of the software-as-a-service model (SAAS).
Microsoft is planning to add the ability to develop Windows Live applications to its Visual Studio toolkit as a way to build more of a developer base for its online services platform.
The Eclipse Foundation will make available Tuesday the 1.0 release of the <a href="http://www.eclipse.org/pdt/">Eclipse PHP Development Tools (PDT)</a> project, featuring tools and frameworks to enhance developer productivity with the PHP scripting l...
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The US government still needs to block or impose conditions on Google's acquisition of online advertising server DoubleClick, despite Google's call for global privacy standards, three privacy groups said Monday.
Ten months ago, Intel shipped its first quad-core Xeon server processors. Last week, chip nemesis AMD finally answered back.
Microsoft last Thursday essentially called the concerns over undercover updates to Windows XP and Windows Vista a tempest in a teapot, saying that silent modifications to the Windows Update (WU) software have been a longtime practice and are needed t...
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Yahoo has quietly rolled out a beta version of a new social networking site called Mash that will let users to create online profiles similar to the likes of MySpace and Facebook.
A non-profit welfare group has launched a new simulation game designed to help teenagers cope with life issues.
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