A rise in the number of Wii units dished out to retailers has lead to chocolate-like popularity of the console this Easter, with Nintendo telling GamesIndustry.biz it had sold more than 25,000 last week in...

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Google has issued subpoenas to some of its biggest competitors, including Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Amazon, as part of its defense against the copyright lawsuit it faces over its library project. Earlier, McGraw Hill and the...

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The judge considering Microsoft Corp."s appeal against European Union sanctions has called a closed meeting for Thursday to decide what action to take after two more major opponents of the U.S. software giant withdrew from...

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The European Commission is caught in the middle of the latest standards battle between Microsoft Corp. and chief rivals IBM and Sun Microsystems Inc. This time its over XML. At the XML Conference & Exposition...

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Its not often that Bill Gates is associated with the free Linux computer operating system, Netscapes Web browser or royalty-free software, but on Wednesday he embraced all three. Gates, chairman of Microsoft...

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Like a faded rock star determined to make a comeback, the record industry is looking to return to the online music stage in a very big way in coming months. Spurred by the runaway success...

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Lucent Technologies and Juniper Networks have teamed up to challenge Cisco Systems" dominance in selling network equipment to major North American telephone companies. In their first-ever deal together, Lucent and Juniper on Monday...

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The stunning demise of eConnections has sent shock waves through the broader supply chain services market, where more casualties may be imminent. The same factors forcing eConnections to throw in the towel-the slumping...

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When we revealed the delightful bulletin yesterday that Microsoft has sent its salesforce, defending its Internet Information Server (IIS), we rather deviously kept one section under wraps. Its a list of vulnerabilities in rival products,...

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Sept. 20 — Microsoft Corp. is modifying plans for its Passport service, inviting rivals and other companies to create a common way to use a single user name and password at sites across the Internet....

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