While Google believes its online office suite will soon be a "Microsoft Office killer," it's really an idea based on vaporware.
A recent mistake in a Word document caused considerable damage and embarrassment to a publicly listed company in New Zealand.
Microsoft denies claims that it plotted to drive Canadian developer i4i out of business.
Let’s say that Microsoft was forced to halt all sales of Word. Would the computing world as we know it cease to spin? Hardly.
Appeals Court Grants Microsoft Reprieve in Word Case
Microsoft won a stay of an injunction ordered by a Texas court that would halt sales of Word.
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In its appeal of a patent law ruling, Microsoft warns of "massive disruptions" in the tech industry if Word cannot be sold.
Analysis: Don't hold off your Word purchases, because Microsoft and litigant i4i are likely to cut a deal over their XML patent dispute.
An "easy workaround" could solve Microsoft's legal challenge regarding Word, an expert advises.