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The Bush administration on Wednesday protested South Korea's decision to fine Microsoft roughly $32 million and order the software company to redesign portions of its Windows operating system. "Korea's remedy goes beyond what is...
The Mozilla Foundation has updated the German-language version of Firefox in a bid to defuse a growing controversy over the way its search toolbar handles private customer data. Mozilla, an open-source group...
In the wake of a bungled state contract with Oracle, California officials on Wednesday effectively shut down the agency that negotiated the controversial software deal and ran an expensive state Web site. ...