Microsoft has lost, lost again and lost once more in its patent dispute with i4i over how Word implements XML. Microsoft has already removed the offending code, but the company just doesn't like to lose. Now it appears it will be appealing this puppy all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
As I understand it, the Supreme Court is not all compelled to hear the case, and I'd argue there are a number of things more important for the court to consider than a patent suit -- which is already basically resolved.
Should these justices give this appeal the time of day, and if not, what is the most important issue they should deal with? Legal advice welcome at [email protected]
Posted by Doug Barney on 08/09/2010 at 1:18 PM
Microsoft on Thursday announced three "customer commitments" toward organizations that may use its budding artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it'll deprecate the "classic" Exchange Admin Center management portal on June 20, 2023.
Microsoft described a few of additions to its Microsoft Entra identity and access management products this week.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that Azure Government users now have access to the AI-based Azure OpenAI Service.
IT professionals overseeing operations in organizations increasingly will need developer expertise associated with cloud services as well, according to an IDC study, announced on Monday.
More Tech Library