Not only that, but apparently an Australian lawyer believes that Microsoft
will be able to cut
right through the red tape in GPLv3, the latest version of the license governing
Linux use and the one that was supposed to put the kibosh on Redmond's patent
high jinx, and pretty much do whatever it wants with its Linux deals.
Oh, and IIS is carving
into Apache's market share, as well. Just call Microsoft
the Ginsu knife
of the software industry.
Posted by Lee Pender on 08/07/2007 at 1:21 PM
Microsoft Ignite, starting Sept. 22, will be a mixture of keynote talks, technical sessions, Microsoft Teams-hosted chats and "breakout" videos that will be accessible via a so-called Virtual Hub portal.
Microsoft now lets Microsoft 365 connect to various data sources -- whether in the cloud or on-premises -- so that those data sources can be indexed for searching.
Back on dry land after spending two years submerged in the waters off the coast of Scotland, Project Natick, Microsoft's experimental underwater datacenter prototype, has been deemed a success.
The SoftBank Group agreed to sell U.K.-based chip design company Arm Ltd. to Nvidia in a stock-and-cash deal valued at $40 billion.
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