Home | Advertising Info216 USERS CURRENTLY ONLINE   
PowerASP
   Site Search Contact Us Sunday, December 17, 2017  




Microsoft Rebrands MSN to Focus on Content (AP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp said annual spending in China on reseach and development remained at 100 million dollars and no additional investment would be made as state press indicated earlier(AFP/File)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s plans to rebrand its free e-mail, instant messenger and Web search products under the name "Live" could be interpreted as a sign that MSN — the unit that previously housed those products — is a sinking ship.


]]>


Microsoft Plans to Spend $1B to Expand HQ (AP)
Brad Smith, Senior Vice President of Microsoft, Wash. Gov. Chris Gregoire, Rob Short, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft, Rosemarie Ives, Mayor of Redmond, Wash., and Ron Sims, King County Executive, from left, stand before a backhoe where demolition will begin for the expansion of the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Loren Callahan)AP - Microsoft Corp. plans to spend about $1 billion over the next three years on an expansion that will add enough offices at its headquarters to house about 12,000 workers.


]]>


The CIO's Guide to Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As Microsoft prepares to launch what could be the biggest, baddest operating system of all time, some enterprises are acting a bit like the Titanic's captain watching the iceberg come into view.

Microsoft to spend $1 bln to expand headquarters (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on

Microsoft to spend one billion dollars to expand HQ (AFP)
This image, received in 2004 courtesy of Microsoft, shows a building at Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, Washington. Microsoft said it would spend one billion dollars over the next three years to increase the size of its Redmond, Washington, headquarters campus.(AFP/Microsoft-HO/File)AFP - Microsoft Corp. said it would spend one billion dollars over the next three years to increase the size of its Redmond, Washington, headquarters campus.


]]>


Microsoft Releases Bevy of Security Betas (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The company is making early versions of the products available to certain customers for testing, citing demand for new tools to shore up security branch office environments and reduce the complexity of managing network security.

Microsoft Contest Hints at Vista Ship Date (PC World)
PC World - Web site suggests December 1 could be the date, but company officials won't confirm that.

Microsoft Patch Day: Critical WMP, Windows Fixes on Tap (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft plans to release seven security bulletins, at least two of which will be rated critical. Flaws in Windows Media Player, Microsoft Office and the Windows OS will be addressed.

New Google Desktop grabs more of Microsoft's turf (Reuters)
Web search leader Google is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on Thursday.


]]>


Microsoft plan averts conflict over antitrust pact (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has averted a looming conflict with U.S. officials by agreeing to disclose more information about its Windows server operating system, according to documents filed in federal court on Wednesday

RIM unveils plan to keep US BlackBerrys alive (Reuters)
A BlackBerry is seen in an undated photo. Research In Motion Ltd. on February 9, 2006 released on Thursday details of a software workaround it has designed for its BlackBerry e-mail device as a backup plan if U.S. courts rule against the Canadian company in a patent dispute. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Research In Motion unveiled a plan on Thursday that it says will let its BlackBerry e-mail device work even if it loses a patent fight, and said the workaround will prevent a shutdown of service in the United States.


]]>


Microsoft Plans to Spend $1B to Expand HQ (AP)
Brad Smith, Senior Vice President of Microsoft, Wash. Gov. Chris Gregoire, Rob Short, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft, Rosemarie Ives, Mayor of Redmond, Wash., and Ron Sims, King County Executive, from left, stand before a backhoe where demolition will begin for the expansion of the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Loren Callahan)AP - Microsoft Corp. plans to spend about $1 billion over the next three years on an expansion that will add enough offices at its headquarters to house about 12,000 workers.


]]>


Craigslist Accused of Ad Discriminating (AP)
AP - A federal lawsuit accuses the online site Craigslist of violating fair housing laws by publishing discriminatory classified ads, reviving the question of what legal boundaries, if any, should exist for postings on the Internet.

Homeland Security Tests U.S. Readiness for Massive Internet Attack (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Department of Homeland Security has embarked on the first international test of the United States' preparedness against a massive Internet attack by terrorists. The national exercise, which began on February 6 and will end on February 10, has been dubbed "Cyber Storm."

Google Offers Transfer Tool for Computers (AP)
Sign at Google headquarters in California, United States. A survey showed Google has gained more ground against its Internet search rivals and now accounts for nearly half of all online searches in the United States(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - Google Inc. is offering a new tool that will automatically transfer information from one personal computer to another, but anyone wanting that convenience must authorize the Internet search leader to store the material for up to 30 days.


]]>


Disney Channel putting some kids shows online (Reuters)
Reuters - Disney Channel will offer full episodes of some of its popular shows online later this year, the network said Thursday.

Sony next-generation DVDs to cost about 20 pct more (Reuters)
A model displays a 50 Gigabyte 'Blu-Ray' DVD by Sony in Hanover, Germany, March 9, 2005. Sony Pictures on Thursday disclosed prices for movies on its new Blu-ray DVD format, setting a target range seen as a 15-to-20 percent premium to the current DVD standard. (Christian Charisius/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Pictures on Thursday disclosed prices for movies on its new Blu-ray DVD format, setting a target range seen as a 15-to-20 percent premium to the current DVD standard.


]]>


Perlos Oyj to Lay Off Workers in Texas (AP)
AP - A Finnish maker of mobile phone parts and other electronic accessories said it is laying off about 1,250 workers from its plant in Fort Worth and transferring production to a new facility in Reynosa, Mexico.

Firefox Exploit Emerges (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An exploit that takes advantage of a recently-patched bug in Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox browser has gone public.

Oracle to Lay Off About 2,000 Employees (AP)
Exterior view of Oracle Corp. headquarters in Redwood City, Calif., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006. Business software maker Oracle Corp. is expected to announce more than 1,000 layoffs Thursday afternoon when executives discuss its plans for boosting its profits from its recent $5.85 billion takeover of Siebel Systems Inc. The job cuts will represent a small fraction of Oracle's 55,000-employee payroll.   (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Business software maker Oracle Corp. said Thursday that it will cut about 2,000 jobs, or more than 3 percent of its work force, as it digs for bigger profits from its recent $5.85 billion takeover of Siebel Systems Inc.


]]>


CORRECTED: Fresh US outrage ahead of China Internet hear (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. Internet companies faced fresh bipartisan criticism in the Congress on Thursday following mounting controversy over Yahoo Inc.'s alleged role in the Chinese government's eight-year prison sentence against a second dissident.

Disney Channel putting some kids shows online (Reuters)
Reuters - Disney Channel will offer full episodes of some of its popular shows online later this year, the network said Thursday.

Microsoft Rebrands MSN to Focus on Content (AP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp said annual spending in China on reseach and development remained at 100 million dollars and no additional investment would be made as state press indicated earlier(AFP/File)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s plans to rebrand its free e-mail, instant messenger and Web search products under the name "Live" could be interpreted as a sign that MSN — the unit that previously housed those products — is a sinking ship.


]]>


E-mail scam artist posing as Fidelity fund manager (Reuters)
Reuters - The e-mail claims to be from a financially savvy Fidelity Investments fund manager who has "secretly extracted" money from the world's largest fund management firm and will pass it along to you for a small fee.

Craigslist Accused of Ad Discriminating (AP)
AP - A federal lawsuit accuses the online site Craigslist of violating fair housing laws by publishing discriminatory classified ads, reviving the question of what legal boundaries, if any, should exist for postings on the Internet.

Homeland Security Tests U.S. Readiness for Massive Internet Attack (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Department of Homeland Security has embarked on the first international test of the United States' preparedness against a massive Internet attack by terrorists. The national exercise, which began on February 6 and will end on February 10, has been dubbed "Cyber Storm."

EU To Compete with Dot-Com (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - There has been a flurry of activity among businesses and other domain-name holders in Europe following Tuesday's launch of the new ".eu" Internet domain by the European Union.

Senators Caught Rewriting Wikipedia (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Online reference compendium Wikipedia has found that employees working in the U.S. Congress have made several changes to political biographies, removing facts considered negative and tweaking language to portray politicians in a better light.

Cos. Tackle Online Searches at Conference (AP)
Hans Peter Brondmo, second from left, CEO and founder of the Internet software company Plum, along with co-founder Margaret Olson, left, talk to Paul Bieganski, during the 16th annual DEMO conference in Phoenix Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006. The show gives about 70 companies a chance to showcase what they hope will be the next big thing in technology. Plum offers a browser-based tool for aggregating all types of web content on a page that can be shared with others. (AP Photo/Tom Hood)AP - Despite powerful search engines, the vast and rising sea of information on the Internet often makes users feel like they're stuck alone in a rowboat when it comes to fishing out exactly what they need.


]]>


Activists Claim Yahoo Again Helped China (AP)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel arrives for the LG Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri Post Grammy Party at a private residence Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Yahoo Inc. has provided Chinese authorities with information used to jail one of its users for eight years, an activist group said Thursday — the second time the U.S.-based Internet firm was accused of helping jail a Chinese user.


]]>


   Active Server Pages Rule The World
Contact Us  
All artwork, design & content contained in this site are Copyright 1998 - 2017 PowerASP.com and Christopher J. Williams
Banner ads ,other site logos, etc are copyright of their respective companies.
STATS Unless otherwise noted - All Rights Reserved.

Active Server Pages ASP ASP.NET .aspx .ascx Web HTML Developer Internet Microsoft Web Services Visual Studio .NET CJWSoft ASPProtect ASPBanner ASPClassifieds www.aspclassifieds.com, www.powerasp.com,www.cjwsoft.com,www.aspphotogallery.com,www.codewanker.com,www.aspprotect.com,www.aspbanner.com