Home | Advertising Info50 USERS CURRENTLY ONLINE   
PowerASP
   Site Search Contact Us Saturday, September 23, 2017  




Microsoft Releases Windows Vista Preview (AP)
Chinese commuters crowd into a subway car near an advertisement for Yahoo.com in Beijing Saturday, Feb. 18, 2006. Four U.S. technology giants are defending themselves against charges they collaborated with China to crush dissents in return for access to a booming Internet market. Representatives from Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and Google Inc. faced harsh questioning from lawmakers from both parties at a hearing of a House of Representatives International Relations subcommittee. The ad reads 'Yahoo Search Engine. Search And You Shall Know.' (AP Photo)AP - Microsoft Corp. is giving businesses a preview of Vista, the next version of its flagship Windows operating system.


]]>


Review: Microsoft OneCare Live Beta 2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's Windows OneCare Beta 2, the latest test version of the online security and maintenance software that Microsoft will release formally as a subscription product in June, is designed for home computer users who do not want to fiddle with updates, configuration, and scheduling PC-maintenance tasks.

Microsoft Rivals File Antitrust Complaint (AP)
Chinese commuters crowd into a subway car near an advertisement for Yahoo.com in Beijing Saturday, Feb. 18, 2006. Four U.S. technology giants are defending themselves against charges they collaborated with China to crush dissents in return for access to a booming Internet market. Representatives from Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and Google Inc. faced harsh questioning from lawmakers from both parties at a hearing of a House of Representatives International Relations subcommittee. The ad reads 'Yahoo Search Engine. Search And You Shall Know.' (AP Photo)AP - A group of Microsoft Corp.'s rivals filed a complaint with the European Commission on Wednesday, alleging its business practices threatened to deny real choice among competing software products.


]]>


Microsoft rivals file new complaint with EU (FT.com)
FT.com - A powerful group of technology companies that includes IBM, Nokia and Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL) has lodged a complaint with the European Commission about Microsoft, which is already embroiled in a dispute with the Commission over its Windows software.

Microsoft Leaks Details About Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - One of Microsoft's Web sites revealed new information about different versions of the company's upcoming operating system, Windows Vista, but was posted prematurely and yanked off the network quickly.

Microsoft Connects Office to ERP and CRM Applications (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has released a collection of software programs that work in coordination with its popular productivity suite, with the aim of giving customers more flexibility and control in managing data.

Microsoft rivals file fresh complaint with EU regulators (AFP)
AFP - Several companies have said that they were filing a new complaint against US software giant Microsoft with EU anti-trust regulators.

Microsoft Hit With Fresh Complaint Over Office (PC World)
PC World - Application suite, upcoming products are shutting out competitors, software giant's rivals complain.

Group files new complaint with EU against Microsoft (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks at a conference in Lisbon in Lisbon February 1, 2006. A group of Microsoft rivals and customers filed a new complaint with the European Commission on Wednesday, accusing the U.S. software giant of competing unfairly. REUTERS/Nacho DoceReuters - A group of Microsoft rivals and customers filed a new complaint with the European Commission on Wednesday, accusing the U.S. software giant of competing unfairly.


]]>


Microsoft blunder leaks information about Vista (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates stands in front of the logo for the new Microsoft operating system Vista during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in this January 4, 2006 file photo. Microsoft prematurely posted information about its much-anticipated Windows Vista operating system on one of its Web sites, the company said on February 21. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, prematurely posted information about its much-anticipated Windows Vista operating system on one of its Web sites, the company said on Tuesday.


]]>


Lenovo Unveils Lenovo-Branded Computers (AP)
AP - Stepping up competition in the PC industry, Lenovo Group Ltd., the world's third largest computer maker, is introducing its first Lenovo-branded computers to be sold outside its home base of China.

HP Unveils Self-Serve Photo Kiosks (AP)
AP - Hewlett-Packard Co., looking to expand further into digital photography, plans to supply retailers with kiosks and consoles where consumers can instantly print pictures and create books and calendars with their favorite photos.

Google, EarthLink Team Up on Wi-Fi Bid (AP)
Internet search giant Google has teamed with online service provider EarthLink in a bid to blanket San Francisco with wireless computer coverage, the two companies said.(EarthLink)AP - Google Inc. is joining EarthLink Inc. in a bid to build a wireless network in San Francisco that would offer basic Internet access for free and charge about $20 per month to surf the Web at higher speeds.


]]>


Microsoft Releases Windows Vista Preview (AP)
Chinese commuters crowd into a subway car near an advertisement for Yahoo.com in Beijing Saturday, Feb. 18, 2006. Four U.S. technology giants are defending themselves against charges they collaborated with China to crush dissents in return for access to a booming Internet market. Representatives from Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and Google Inc. faced harsh questioning from lawmakers from both parties at a hearing of a House of Representatives International Relations subcommittee. The ad reads 'Yahoo Search Engine. Search And You Shall Know.' (AP Photo)AP - Microsoft Corp. is giving businesses a preview of Vista, the next version of its flagship Windows operating system.


]]>


Review: Purse-Sized Laptops Have Appeal (AP)
Dialogue's Flybook, left, and Fujitsu's Lifebook P1500, are two purse-size computers developed by manufacturers scrambling to roll out the lightest, tiniest laptop for consumers in New York, Saturday Feb. 18, 2006. Both products, which have 8.9 inch displays and weigh less than 3 pounds, feature swiveling monitors and can be used as tablets with a stylus  in New York. Lifebook prices start at $1,449 and the Flybook retails for $2,490. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)AP - Nobody wants to lug around a 10-pound laptop anymore, but while computer makers scramble to roll out models that are ever smaller and lighter, nobody has stopped to ask just how small is too small.


]]>


'Idol' Singer Strikes Sexy Pose With Twin (AP)
In this undated photo released by Maxim Online, 'American Idol' contestant Becky O'Donohue, right, poses alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in this image on the Maxim magazine Web site. 'American Idol' contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure. The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site. The photos were taken two years ago for the magazine's online fantasy baseball game, said Jordan Burchette, executive editor of Maxim Online. (AP Photo/Maxim Online, Mark Mann)AP - "American Idol" contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure. The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site.


]]>


Weapons galore dazzle visitors at Asian Aerospace (AFP)
Visitors look at a model of Boeing's fighter jet F-15E Eagle Strike at the Asian Aerospace 2006 show in Singapore(AFP/Roslan Rahman)AFP - From howitzers to precision-guided missiles, the latest fighter jets, unmanned drones and gadgets for the tech-savvy soldier of the future, Asian Aerospace is a place fit for Rambo.


]]>


Tech CEOs urge US find more wireless airwaves (Reuters)
CEO of Motorola and Chairman of the Technology CEO Council Edward Zander gestures during a conference in Barcelona, Spain February 15, 2006. The Technology CEO Council said on Wednesday it will issue a report urging Congress to order the Bush administration to analyze which airwaves are not being used best, and how they might be re-allocated. REUTERS/Albert GeaReuters - Chief executive officers of some leading technology companies plan to call on Thursday for the U.S. government to find more wireless airwaves for use as new applications emerge.


]]>


Linux, Windows Gain in Server Space (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Global server sales increased in 2005 despite a sluggish fourth quarter, with volume systems driving sales, according to research firm IDC, which also reported that Linux and Windows both showed strong growth in the server space.

Interview: IBM's Sabbah touts Rational offerings (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Daniel Sabbah is general manger of IBM Rational Software, within the IBM Software Group.

'Idol' Singer Strikes Sexy Pose With Twin (AP)
In this undated photo released by Maxim Online, 'American Idol' contestant Becky O'Donohue, right, poses alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in this image on the Maxim magazine Web site. 'American Idol' contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure. The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site. The photos were taken two years ago for the magazine's online fantasy baseball game, said Jordan Burchette, executive editor of Maxim Online. (AP Photo/Maxim Online, Mark Mann)AP - "American Idol" contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure. The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site.


]]>


Google, EarthLink Team Up on Wi-Fi Bid (AP)
Internet search giant Google has teamed with online service provider EarthLink in a bid to blanket San Francisco with wireless computer coverage, the two companies said.(EarthLink)AP - Google Inc. is joining EarthLink Inc. in a bid to build a wireless network in San Francisco that would offer basic Internet access for free and charge about $20 per month to surf the Web at higher speeds.


]]>


AOL Nudges U.S. Dial-Up Subscribers Toward Broadband (PC World)
PC World - Company hopes increase in price of dial-up service will move users to faster Internet access.

Google, EarthLink to offer free wireless Internet in San Francisco (AFP)
Internet search giant Google has teamed with online service provider EarthLink in a bid to blanket San Francisco with wireless computer coverage, the two companies said.(EarthLink)AFP - Internet search giant Google has teamed with online service provider EarthLink in a bid to blanket San Francisco with wireless computer coverage, the two companies said.


]]>


Online Game ID Theft Victimizes Thousands (AP)
AP - More than 220,000 South Koreans have been victims of online identity theft in connection with a popular Web-based fantasy game, a sign of growing problems with information protection in one of the world's most wired countries.

Dutch Labor Union Launches Net Option (AP)
AP - To attract new members, a Dutch union has launched an Internet-based version of itself with reduced benefits for a tiny fraction of its usual dues.

Internet Users Oppose Storage of Queries (AP)
AP - Most Americans are uncomfortable with the fact that Internet search engines record their users' queries, according to a survey released Wednesday that examined perceptions about federal authorities' demands for such records.

Review: Microsoft OneCare Live Beta 2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's Windows OneCare Beta 2, the latest test version of the online security and maintenance software that Microsoft will release formally as a subscription product in June, is designed for home computer users who do not want to fiddle with updates, configuration, and scheduling PC-maintenance tasks.

SAP designing new search engine (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - In the ever-increasing battle to offer the best search engine on the planet, SAP is planning a blockbuster extension to its search capabilities with the next major release of NetWeaver.

'Big Brother' watching e-mail, computer data: US report (AFP)
Computer connected to the internet.  Fast-evolving Internet and communications technology is outpacing privacy laws and leaving a treasure trove of personal data prey to government surveillance, a new report warned.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - Fast-evolving Internet and communications technology is outpacing privacy laws and leaving a treasure trove of personal data prey to government surveillance, a new report warned.


]]>


   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.

vbscript active server pages ASP vbscript SQL database informix oracle SQL Server Perl CGI Delphi PHP source code code sample samples program 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