Will stripping IE from Windows harms ISVs?

Will stripping IE from Windows harms ISVs?

A European Commission antitrust ruling against Microsoft's bundling of Internet Explorer into the Windows OS may be good for consumers,...

May 24th, 2009 Paul Meller

Iran blocks Facebook as election approaches

Iran blocks Facebook as election approaches

Social networking site Facebook has been blocked in Iran since Saturday, according to the country's opposition, as opposition voters increasingly...

May 24th, 2009 John Ribeiro

Texas court orders Microsoft to pay Toronto firm $200 million

Texas court orders Microsoft to pay Toronto firm $200 million

A jury in Texas has ordered Microsoft to pay a Toronto software company US$200 million for patent infringement involving several...

May 21st, 2009 Elizabeth Montalbano and Nestor Arellano

Crystal Reports EULA causing training headaches

Crystal Reports EULA causing training headaches

End User Licensing Agreements (EULAs) have always been “sketchy,” according to Info-Tech Research Group Inc. lead analyst Darin Stahl. “If...

May 20th, 2009 Jennifer Kavur

Canada 3.0 event looks to attract IT pros

Canada 3.0 event looks to attract IT pros

IT professionals looking to debate future Canadian digital media policies and the role educational institutions can play in the new...

May 19th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Will Google Street View have to say sayonara to Japan?

Will Google Street View have to say sayonara to Japan?

Following reports that Google's Street View camera cars have been banned in Greece and chased out of a village in...

May 14th, 2009 Lexton Snol

Intel antitrust ruling could open civil cases floodgates

Intel antitrust ruling could open civil cases floodgates

Intel's record $1.7 billion fine for breaching competition laws will open the floodgates for civil actions, a competition lawyer has...

May 14th, 2009 Siobhan Chapman

EU slaps Intel with $1.7 billion fine in antitrust case

EU slaps Intel with $1.7 billion fine in antitrust case

The European Commission Wednesday found Intel guilty of antitrust violations in the market for PC microprocessors and fined it...

May 12th, 2009 Paul Meller

Technology helps transform Trillium Health care

Technology helps transform Trillium Health care

Trillium Health Centre’s new $100-million West Wing, a showcase of evidence-based hospital design, officially opened in Mississauga, Ont., last week....

May 11th, 2009 Jennifer Kavur