Elizabeth MontalbanoIDG News Service

Adobe's New Flash Can Stream Internet Content to TVs

New development platform for TVs, set-top boxes and Blu-ray players is advancement for digital market.

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Microsoft Brands Office 2010, Releases Exchange Beta

Exchange is the first product from the new Office suite due out next year

Microsoft Brands Office 2010, Releases Exchange Beta

Exchange will be the first product customers see from the new Office suite due out next year.

USPTO Ruling Favors Microsoft in Alcatel-Lucent Appeal

Office rejects claims surrounding final patent at issue, paving way to reverse US$358 million penalty

Red Hat Connects Its Distributor SYNNEX With ISVs

A new program aims to get more open-source software into the channel

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Forrester: Microsoft Opens Virtual Desktop Options

Licensing remains expensive and complicated for enterprises, but Microsoft is allowing new usage scenarios

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Where Did Sun Go Wrong?

One of Silicon Valley's biggest innovators faces a tough road alone after walking away from a deal with IBM

ZocDoc Takes Pain out of Making Appointments

A New York startup is the OpenTable of doctors' appointments, letting people book online

IT Pros: Private Clouds a Good First Step to Cloud Computing

Until adequate standards are in place, testing in house may be a better option than deploying applications publicly

Microsoft Updates E-health Data-aggregation Software

New version of Almaga aims to improve flow of information between doctors and patients

Intel to Turn Moblin Over to Linux Foundation

Chip vendor hopes nonprofit's stewardship will spur support for the Linux-based mobile platform

Microsoft Introduces Windows Server OS for Small Businesses

Windows Server 2008 Foundation will be sold exclusively through OEMs in the second half of the year

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Fedora 11 Beta Posted With New Security, Developer Features

The free Linux OS shows a glimpse of technologies that may end up in a future version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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TomTom to Pay Microsoft to Settle Patent Cases

But Microsoft will not pay to license TomTom patents, in an agreement that ends the lawsuits brought against each other.

Microsoft Adds Interactive Feature to Live Search

Feature enhances flight status queries initially