A look back at 2012, where governments grappled Internet controls, Windows 8 was released, the iPhone 5 finally arrived, and the post-PC era stormed ahead as the PC withered away.
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This week on The Dan & David Show, we discuss Google's face off over search records with the DOJ. Google is claiming a partial victory--U.
Where the DoJ failed, open-source and security issues look set to prevail - at least in part. Office will not be the last Microsoft application opened up for governments
The states prosecuting the software giant seek to introduce new evidence showing that Microsoft is using the separate settlement with the DOJ to exert more control over PC makers.
When it comes to fringe benefits employees would rather have a home PC than gym membership, but say governments are not doing enough to encourage such schemes
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson didn't mince words in his finding of fact on the MS-DOJ antitrust case. His basic message: Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) holds a monopoly in PC operating systems, and used that power to unfairly stifle competition.
The MS-DOJ trial is winding down just in time to escape D.C.’s humidity -– for the thick air and thunderstorms of NYC’s PC Expo.
To be fair, no one expected that PC business users would flock to Windows 98 inanywhere near the manner they did for Windows 95 when it was released. The difference inthe hoopla, attention (especially from the DOJ), and strategic importance could not bemore different.
COMMENTARYIf waking up to last week's DOJ ruling was a nightmare come true for Bill Gates (which we think it is, despite Microsoft's official response), the only thing worse might be an announcement that Scott McNealy and Larry Ellison are going into the Intel PC business. Think it's ludicrous?
Details are emerging about how Microsoft Corp. forced OEMs to bundle its Internet Explorer browser with Windows 95.