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Microsoft delays IE changes

Microsoft on Thursday said it would not, "for now, implement modifications" to Windows and Internet Explorer as demanded by the patent suit it lost to Eolas Technologies last August, because of many requests made by its corporate users and business p...

Xandros delivers Linux desktop

Hoping to help the cause of planting Linux more firmly on the desktop, Xandros on Wednesday unveiled an enhanced version of its Linux-compatible graphical environment with most improvements aimed at users.

Windows to Lindows: Lay off

Despite the efforts of Microsoft lawyers to stop them, the Linux supplier, Lindows.com, on Tuesday said it will continue to help Californians with their legal claims against Microsoft.

IBM, Microsoft get cozy over Web services

In a rare display of public camaraderie, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates and IBM Corp. Software Chief Steve Mills Thursday cemented their respective companies' commitment to working together on accelerating the creation and adoption of Web servic...

Dell downplays PDA opportunities

Despite rapid success in the handheld computing market, Dell Inc. doesn't see a large opportunity in that market over the short term and will continue to focus the majority of its efforts on the servers, storage and networking markets.

Microsoft to deliver new content manager

Microsoft Corp. will ratchet up its push into medium-size businesses by delivering a Standard Edition version of its Content Management Server 2002 by year's end, company officials told InfoWorld on Tuesday.

SuSE to sign Sun, HP to desktop deals

SuSE Linux AG is close to wrapping up OEM deals with Sun Microsystems Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co. that will call for the Linux distributor to bundle its version of the open source operating system on select client and server systems from Sun and on ...

Microsoft unwraps new Visio tool

Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday unveiled a new version of its Visio diagramming tool that aims to enable corporate users to take better advantage of traditional Office desktop applications and also connect desktop users with server-based line-of-business ...

Microsoft delivers Wi-Fi update for XP

Trying to enhance the appeal of Windows XP among wireless users, Microsoft on Monday announced it is making a free upgrade available that supports the Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) with a new security solutions from the Wi-Fi Alliance.

Microsoft rolls out XP integration tool

Hoping to speed the integration of Windows XP into corporate environments, Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday will announce updates to a set of tools that helps administrators reduce the time it takes to deploy the operating system by streamlining the proces...

IBM shows off 10 new Linux users

Trying to bolster the image of Linux as a legitimate platform for driving higher revenue and earnings among companies both large and small, IBM at LinuxWorld on Wednesday will trot out 10 new users to give just such testimony.

Microsoft continues Windows Server name game

Continuing to fiddle with the name of its upcoming Windows server, Microsoft on Thursday announced it will drop the .Net branding from the product's name and will simply call it Windows Server 2003.

Microsoft updates intranets solution

Microsoft Corp. on Monday rolled out an updated version of its Microsoft Solution for Intranets (MSI) that features improved collaboration by leveraging its technical relationship with Groove Networks Inc.

Red Hat set to roll out Linux 8.0

Hoping to better establish its version of Linux on the desktops of small and midsize companies, Red Hat Inc. on Monday will formally deliver Version 8.0 of the open-source operating system that features a spiffier graphical interface.

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