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May 31, 2013 By PVI Maine LLC

Running Coach's Clipboard

Gone are the days of paper, pencil and multiple stopwatches. With Running Coach's Clipboard, a few touches retrieve athletes from an...

March 9, 2010 by

Citrix's XenApp 6 debuts

Citrix -- a leading virtualization vendor -- has announced a major upgrade of its flagship product, XenApp, formerly known as Citrix MetaFrame and also Presentation Server.XenApp 6, which will be available for download on March 24, offers simplifed centralized management, expanded scalability, enhanced integration with Microsoft virtualization platform and enhanced Macintosh and smartphone support, Citrix said.

August 4, 2009 by

My new Windows notebook is a MacBook Pro

I suffered one year of sleep, hibernate and boot problems with my Sony Vaio VGN-AR69GU laptop. The last time I applied a Windows Update, it caused my laptop to hang for 30 minutes while booting up, which is unacceptable for my work.

October 13, 2004 by

Is Apple on the way out?

commentary A headline like that is bound to draw the ire of the Macintosh faithful. After all, since Microsoft, which can marshal its forces and target competitors at will with lethal precision, hasn't finished-off Apple after all these years (and I'm not saying that this was necessarily a Redmond goal), how on earth can an operating system like Linux spell trouble for Apple?

May 12, 2004 by

Microsoft delays Virtual PC 7 for Macs

It just takes longer to make a program that will make a Macintosh run Windows software, Microsoft reports. The delay will also push back the release of one version of Office 2004 for Mac.

August 11, 2003 by

Adobe updates font collection

Software publisher Adobe Systems released on Monday a new version of Adobe Font Folio, its collection of fonts for professional publishing. The update has more than 2,000 fonts in OpenType, a new format jointly developed by Microsoft and Adobe and usable by both Windows and Macintosh systems.

June 16, 2003

Microsoft drops IE for Mac

Microsoft says it is halting development of future Macintosh versions of its Internet Explorer browser, citing competition from Apple Computer's Safari browser.

December 18, 2002 by

Microsoft taps new Mac chief

Microsoft appointed Roz Ho Wednesday as general manager of its Macintosh Business Unit, which produces software for Apple Computer's Macintosh operating system. The appointment ends uncertainty about who would run the Microsoft Mac unit following the move of former head Kevin Browne to the Xbox business unit.

October 18, 2002 by


Thursday 17/10/2002It's not been a good week for Microsoft. First, it's caught cheating in its advertising: what purported to be a true-life confession of a user who switched from Macintosh to XP turns out to be a concoction of an advertising agency.

August 22, 2002

Mac OS X users to get a taste of MSN

After years of eschewing the Macintosh Internet service market, Microsoft is planning to offer a Mac OS X version of its MSN Internet service.


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