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Microsoft has launched a form to allow Europeans to ask it to remove certain links from Bing search results.
Updated: In the second of two July updates, Microsoft says it has resolved some of the reported networking issues with its new flagship device but is still working on others. Surprisingly, this isn't uncommon for new hardware platforms. Just ask Apple.
The days of talking about cloud-based collaboration are over - it's here and it's happening now. But IT and business leaders need to be sensible and remember it's still early days. Here are five questions you need to ask from the outset when choosing between Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Business.
"Hyperscale" companies such as Facebook, Google, and Microsoft may ask for disaggregated servers to gain economies of scale, but the wider enterprise market will still go for integrated servers when a refresh is due.
Cisco said that the European Commission should have imposed restrictions on Microsoft's purchase of Skype to prevent a potential monopoly on video calling.
Cisco is asking EU antitrust authorities to impose interoperability guarantees on Microsoft around its coming Skype technologies and integrations.
Apple's Siri set the pace for voice control on smartphones last year, and competitors are now coming out of the woodwork to challenge Apple's new yardstick. Can Ziggy for the Windows Phone 7 usurp the voice throne?
Barnes & Noble accused Microsoft of using patent infringement claims to drive up the prices of its competitors.
Does it matter that the reason IE9 and IE10 are much better browsers than IE8, with far more standards, all accelerated by the hardware that's in all modern PCs, isn't because Microsoft wanted to make a better browser, but because Microsoft wanted to make Windows 8 the best place to run Web apps?What's left to ask for in IE10?
As partners listened to Microsoft’ spiel at Microsoft WPC today, they may ask themselves the same question that any Google follower should be asking as well – with all of this talk about video, how is your network possibly going to keep up? From Google+ to Lync to Facebook, application developers are rushing to embed video into the social , collaborative experience.
Mozilla's Asa Dotzler ranted about evil plug-ins from the likes of Google, Microsoft and Apple and said that trio of vendors should ask for permission before adding extensions to Firefox. He's right, but you also need to read your license agreements.
The latest US search engine rankings from comScore show that only Google and Microsoft grew their market share while Yahoo!, Ask and AOL lost share.
The question I would ask is whether having rival open source stacks will help or hurt efforts to keep Microsoft Azure and other proprietary offerings from raining on its parade.
The Platform Preview promises better performance, better support for web standards and new APIs for coders who are urged by Microsoft to ask more from browsers
As Microsoft seeks to turn its experience of messing with European legislators to its advantage by tee'ing up Google for a dose of messy litigation, I have to ask myself: who cares? Why can't we just ignore this sideshow?
If you go shopping online for Windows 7, you'll find OEM System Builder copies at significant discounts from full retail prices. Microsoft's own web sites and support forums give conflicting, confusing, often inaccurate information about these products. What's an honest consumer supposed to do?
No matter how many times Microsoft officials claim that they believe the company will be able to charge premium prices for Windows 7, even on netbooks, Microsoft watchers ask again about just how elastic Windows' pricing really can be, given that netbooks go for a few hundred dollars.
When it comes to price, Apple's App Store is a race to the bottom. But Microsoft wants app developers to ask for a fair price for their apps.
As Microsoft unveils the next version of its flagship Office suite, we ask: is it revolution or evolution?
Wednesday's opening Keynote here in San Jose sees Guidewire's Carla Thompson joined on stage by senior representatives from many of the more interesting players in the Semantic Search space; Tomasz Imielinski from Ask, Peter Norvig from Google, Riza Berkan of Hakia, Scott Provost from Microsoft, William Tunstall-Pedoe of the UK's True Knowledge, and Andrew Tomkins of Yahoo.