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Sony flirted with brilliance when it announced an open source platform for consumer electronics. So why did it pull the project days later?
Microsoft's cloud productivity suite has big ambitions, but it feels poorly integrated and may leave IT admins wanting more.
A partnership between two software titans could be a powerful force in the Web and mobile development markets.
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