According to one Redmond watcher, Microsoft's next OS, Longhorn, will arrive in May, 2006--seven different versions.
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At the Microsoft IT Forum in Copenhagen, Microsoft execs said that its new once-a-month patch policy relieves IT managers of the constant need to check.
Nokia N95 Once, phones with MP3 players and cameras included were considered high end. Today, such devices have become ubiquitous.
The legal battle with the software giant, in which Lindows has been running a gantlet of courts over trademark infringement, seems for the moment to be going in the open-source company's favor.
Security-focused Windows XP update can be tough on applications. Guidelines are meant to help professionals "test and mitigate."
A Microsoft spokesperson says Longhorn is on track and dismissed Apple's claims of the iPod "halo effect" denting the PC market.
India is now more important to Nokia than the US in terms of sales, the head of the world's largest mobile manufacturer has revealed.
Motorola has bought half of mobile software company UIQ from rival handset maker Sony Ericsson for an undisclosed sum.
Despite a commercial future that depends on working with each other, the relationship between intellectual property firm and chipset vendor Qualcomm and handset maker Nokia has been fractious at best during recent years.
With some Aboriginal languages facing extinction, the Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association (ACRA) has adopted Microsoft SharePoint and Access to help its work to preserve one indigenous dialect.