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Microsoft Sends Up Trial Balloons for Windows 7
While Vista takes a beating in the press, Microsoft seems increasingly willing to disclose details of its forthcoming OS.
Microsoft's OOXML Wins ISO Approval
Office 2007's XML-based document formats will soon be published as a formal ISO standard. Now what?
VMware ESX Bug Causes Outage
A bug in the enterprise virtualization software prevents VMware ESX 3.5 U2 customers from starting new virtual machines, beginning today.
IBM Challenges Microsoft for the SMB Desktop
Big Blue says it can offer businesses a lower-cost alternative to Microsoft's office productivity and collaboration software.
SourceForge Award Winners Announced
Open source software projects took center stage at a ceremony to honor the best and brightest of free software.
Norton 2009 to Speed Up Malware Screening
Symantec has built more than 300 speed and performance enhancements into its forthcoming security products, now in public beta.
TrueCrypt 6.0 Improves Data Security Performance
The latest version of the free drive-encryption tool can shield sensitive data from prying eyes at home and abroad, now faster than ever.
Microsoft Promises Predictable Schedule for Windows 7
A Microsoft VP says the company has learned from its Vista mistakes. Should we believe him?
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