Microsoft is re-integrating one of its start-up subsidiaries charged with open-sourcing technologies and engaging with the community, as the company ushers in new era of openness.
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Microsoft Open Technologies has announced a partnership with Azul Systems that will bring Oracle's Java to Windows Azure sometime later in 2013 using the OpenJDK specification.
Microsoft Open Technologies has announced it is adding support for its Pointer Events web standard to Mozilla's Firefox web browser, after previously adding support to Google's Chrome browser.
Microsoft has announced it is adding support for its Pointer Events web standard to Blink, the engine that will be used in future versions of Google's Chrome web browser.
Microsoft has announced a new version of the open source based Redis on Windows program as the first major release for the new Microsoft Open Technologies company.
Microsoft has announced it has launched a new subsidiary, Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. that will work to expand and develop the company's open source software initiatives.