MS/DOJ: Ruling may give private suits ammunition

MS/DOJ: Ruling may give private suits ammunition

Microsoft Corp. and attorneys for competitors and consumers suing the software giant on Monday gave differing interpretations of a ruling...

November 4th, 2002 Stephen Lawson

BC credit unions deploy biometric security

BC credit unions deploy biometric security

The Credit Union Central (CUC) of British Columbia has deployed 1,200 fingerprint readers to dozens of B.C. credit unions. The...

July 31st, 2002 Chris Conrath

Microsoft and states still at odds on witness list

Microsoft and states still at odds on witness list

The tug-of-war over how many witnesses Microsoft Corp. will be allowed to call in its ongoing antitrust hearings with nine...

February 12th, 2002 Matt Berger

MS/DOJ – States urge judge to deny Microsoft hearing delay

MS/DOJ – States urge judge to deny Microsoft hearing delay

The nine states that have refused to sign a settlement agreement in the U.S. government's antitrust case against Microsoft Corp....

December 31st, 2001 Nancy Weil

Judge orders Sept. 21 meeting in Microsoft case

Judge orders Sept. 21 meeting in Microsoft case

Showing a desire to speed up the litigation process in the U.S. government's landmark antitrust suit against Microsoft Corp., the...

August 30th, 2001 Scarlet Pruitt

XML indexing engine now comes off the shelf

XML indexing engine now comes off the shelf

Web surfers can conduct detailed searches and find information with pinpoint accuracy - at least that's the promise of Xdex,...

May 4th, 2000 Carolyn Duffy Marsan