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Despite labeling the incident as a "technical error," Microsoft is braced for another hefty fine from the EU after it failed to include the browser choice software in Windows.
Europe's antitrust chief has said Microsoft will "comply" with regulators' demands even if the software giant is handed heavy fines for (apparently) inadvertently flouting EU law.
European IT services and software companies are planning to increase their spending on R&D by almost double the EU average over the next three years.
While the EU Court decision will have minimal legal impact in Australia, it will make the country look closer at its own Copyright Act and how it deals with second-hand software distribution.
The EU rules that downloaded software can be resold. What's the potential impact going forward?
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The EU high court got this one totally wrong. The reality is that selling used software is exactly the same as piracy.
Downloaded software can be resold just as software on physical media can, the advocate-general of the Court of Justice of the European Union has said in a legal opinion.Downloaded software can be resold just as software on physical media can, according to an opinion published by a lawyer at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Find anything in a second at eBay.com. Ever wanted to use the smallest and easiest eBay Search Widget? Now you can - with eBay SearchBox....
One-third of internet users in the EU caught a computer virus, despite the fact that 84% of internet users used IT security software (anti-virus, anti-spam, firewall, etc) for protection.
Enterprises located within the EU can now choose to host Oracle's CRM On Demand software-as-a-service platform securely within Europe, the company announced on Monday.
The efforts by open source TurboHercules to break IBM's mainframe monopoly through the European Commission got some proprietary support this week when NEON Enterprise Software LLC of Austin, Tex. filed an EU complaint alongside a U.S. antitrust lawsuit.
Blighty lags on CRM, e-invoicing and broadband
In the wake of reporting its best second-quarter operating margin ever, Oracle says it expects the EU to approve its purchase of Sun
UK businesses will be offered the hosted version of the new social-networking software and cloud-based email without certain functions, due to EU data rules
An EU-funded project uses brute force and intelligence to auto-optimise mobile software
The software giant has released details of how it will comply with a 2004 EU antitrust decision, which includes a promise not to sue non-commercial implementations of its products
Microsoft is again under the EU Commission's microscope, as the European body opens two new antitrust investigations into the software giant's activities.
I'm sure that some of you remember Jini, an initiative launched in 1998 by Bill Joy of Sun Microsystems. This software was supposed to turn all the devices we use into 'networkcitizens,' as Joy said. It never really worked. And even if the electronic devices we own are increasingly network compatible, they still are unable to work together intelligently. This is why the European Union has funded a project to allow your fridge or your TV to communicate with your phone or your PC. This project, named Amigo, will end in February 2008 and was granted €13 millions by the EU. This project enrolled powerful partners such as France Telecom, Microsoft or Philips which pay the rest of the bill, expected to reach €23 millions. The researchers think their approach will be successful because it's an entirely open source project and everyone can participate. But read more...
Microsoft has agreed to comply with a 2004 EU court ruling on anticompetition, bringing changes that will "profoundly affect the software industry" according to European commissioner for competition policy Neelie Kroes.
Apple fans might have cheered when the European Commission went after Microsoft for freezing out rivals in server software and products such as media players, but the rejoicing might be short-lived as Apple becomes the next target for the EU.
TThe EU versus Microsoft press conference has just finished in Brussels and chief council for the software giant Brad Smith is doing a good job of saying a lot without saying much.He seemed pretty jovial and even kicked off proceedings with a Woody Allen gag about learning to speed read and after digesting War and Peace in 20 minutes – concluding it was about Russia.