Microsoft licenses ARM architecture

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ARM announced today that they have signed a new licensing agreement with Microsoft. The deal extends an existing relationship between the two companies. Since 1997, Microsoft and ARM have worked together on software and devices across...

EA secures Champions League licence

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Electronic Arts has signed an agreement to develop and publish an official game of the UEFA Champions League 2004-2005 competition, and plans to release the results in February next year on PS2, Xbox, GameCube and...

Alienware Proposes to Licence its Multi-GPU Technology

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While ATI Technologies does not currently officially support any technologies that could enable multi-GPU graphics sub-systems on desktops or workstations, a recently released plan from Alienware is likely to provide users of ATI's RADEON products...

Linux users face licence cash call

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European firms are being urged to buy a licence for Linux to avoid legal action by SCO which claims the operating system unlawfully includes some of its computer code. Before now SCO...

SCO Unix licence irrevocable, says IBM

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IBM has told vnunet.com that SCO cannot carry out its threat to revoke its Unix licence on 13 June. Last week SCO vice president Chris Sontag said that SCO would enforce its threat to...

One licence for MS Jupiter apps

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Microsoft plans to introduce a single licence for its Jupiter suite of integrated e-business components that will eventually replace the existing Content Management Server 2002, Commerce Server 2002, and BizTalk Server 2002 products. The company's...

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