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July 15, 2001 by

US govt moves to speed MS trial

The US government wants to get the Microsoft case back to the court immediately rather than wait until mid-August. The move could be a sign that it will seek some kind of injunction against Microsoft before the new Windows XP operating system ships in October.

September 9, 1998 by

US Report: Sun, Microsoft square off in court over Java

Microsoft and Sun Microsystems squared off against each other in court yesterday as the rival software giants began giving evidence in their bitter contract dispute over Java. The two-day evidentiary hearing is a warm-up before tomorrow's hearing on Sun's motion seeking a preliminary injunction to force Microsoft to stop shipping Windows 98 and the recently released Java development tool Visual J++ 6.

May 7, 1998 by

Compuserve's UK MD talks to the editor

Compuserve has been through a rough time recently, what with its fiercest rival, America Online swallowing it up after parent company H & R Block made it clear the struggling online service was not high on its list of priorities.

May 7, 1998 by

US Report: Netscape appeals to public for patent-suit defense

Faced with a lawsuit from Wang Global that contends the Navigator browser violates many portions of a decade-old Wang patent, Netscape last week blew the lid on six months of secrecy and took its legal defence public. Netscape officials are hoping that third-party Navigator developers will chime in because they stand to lose as much as Netscape.

April 28, 1998 by

Execs downplay impact of Win98 delay

As Microsoft Corp. waits for government trustbusters to make their next move, industry executives say an injunction delaying the shipment of Windows 98 would have only a minor effect on their businesses.

April 20, 1998 by

Why Microsoft should win

Microsoft says it should be allowed to improve its products without interference from the government, and was in federal court in Washington on Monday pressing its case. Specifically, Redmond wants out from under a preliminary injunction against bundling Windows with Internet Explorer.


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