Global information technology spending is on the upswing, but worries about the economic prospects in the European Union could hamper a rebound, according to a pair of reports.
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If European Union regulators have their way Microsoft will have to turn over technical information about its Windows operating system for little to no compensation. According to documents seen by the Financial Times the EU and Microsoft remain far apart on the details of the EU's antitrust ruling three years ago.
April 4, 2007 by Larry Dignan