Home | Advertising Info196 USERS CURRENTLY ONLINE   
PowerASP
   Site Search Contact Us Monday, December 11, 2017  




Microsoft to license 3-D image technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. plans to license a technology for manipulating three-dimensional images as part of the company's efforts to make more money from its in-house research and development.

Microsoft sues 26 suspected US dealers of pirated software (AFP)

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates' shadow falls on the company logo during a press conference. Microsoft filed 26 federal lawsuits against companies suspected of dealing in pirated copies of its lucrative Windows and Office computer software, a release said.(AFP/File/Arko Datta)AFP - Microsoft filed 26 federal lawsuits against companies suspected of dealing in pirated copies of its lucrative Windows and Office computer software, a release said.




Microsoft ponders new Web dev tool (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is evaluating whether to include a new tool for building ASP.Net 2.0-based Web sites in the next major version of Visual Studio, a company representative said on Tuesday.

Microsoft, Nortel in communications deal (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and Nortel Networks Corp. have struck a four-year deal to develop and sell products that make it easier for business people to locate and communicate with one another.

Microsoft and XenSource Now Virtual Partners (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft announced on Monday that it has partnered with Linux supplier XenSource to develop technology that will ensure that Linux can run on its upcoming virtualization software code-named Viridian. The move is another step for Microsoft in its recent efforts to coexist with the open-source platform after years of fighting against it.

Microsoft Moves Private Folder To Recycle Bin (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Less than two weeks after launching a free add-on program that let users create password protected folders on PCs running Windows XP, Microsoft removed the application on Friday after being hit with an avalanche of negative feedback.

Microsoft Battles Windows Pirates (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is stepping up its campaign against software piracy, filing 26 lawsuits targeting resellers throughout the U.S. who allegedly sold illegal copies of Microsoft products or installed unlicensed software on computers they sold.

Nortel, Microsoft form 'strategic alliance' to grow Internet talk (AFP)

The Microsoft logo is seen the office in Herndon, Virginia. Nortel and Microsoft Corp. have announced a new partnership to sell new combined technologies to facilitate email, instant messaging, telephone calls and more via the Internet.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - Nortel and Microsoft Corp. have announced a new partnership to sell new combined technologies to facilitate email, instant messaging, telephone calls and more via the Internet.




Microsoft Releases Updated Version of Windows Vista Beta (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft released a new version of the Windows Vista beta, its long-awaited operating system (OS), on Monday. The updated test version includes quality and performance improvements in response to feedback received thus far during Beta 2 testing.

Microsoft, Nortel in business communications pact (Reuters)

Nortel's logo is seen at the annual meeting of shareholders in Toronto, June 29, 2006. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday said it has set an alliance with Canada's Nortel Networks Corp. , the latest step in Microsoft's drive to promote software as a way to simplify how workers communicate with each other. (J. P. Moczulski/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it was in an alliance with Canada's Nortel Networks Corp. as part of a push to run traditional business telephone systems on PC software.




ATT launches Homezone TV and Internet service (Reuters)

The AT and T logo is seen in an undated file photo. U.S. phone company AT and T Inc. said on Wednesday it began marketing its AT and T Homezone, a long-awaited service that combines high-speed Internet and satellite television in one set-top box. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. phone company AT&T Inc. said on Wednesday it began marketing its AT&T Homezone, a long-awaited service that combines high-speed Internet and satellite television in one set-top box.




CinemaNow unveils download-to-burn DVD service (Reuters)

A screenshot of CinemaNow.com, taken on July 19, 2006. Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player. (www.CinemaNow.com/Reuters)Reuters - Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player.




Storytelling, not journalism, spurs most blogs (Reuters)
Reuters - Many people see Web journals or "blogs" as alternatives to the mainstream media, but most Americans who run them do so as a hobby rather than a vocation, according to a report released on Wednesday.

Microsoft sues resellers over piracy (Reuters)

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer during an IT security conference in Berlin, April 25, 2006. The company said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software. (Arnd WIegmann/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software.




"New Super Mario Bros" top US video game in June (Reuters)

Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 game console is displayed in Tokyo April 6, 2006. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Nintendo of America's "New Super Mario Bros" grabbed the No. 1 spot on the U.S. video game sales chart in June for the second month in a row with 453,000 units sold, according to market research firm NPD Group.




Yahoo to get tool to estimate home's worth (AP)

A Yahoo! sign is shown at Yahoo! headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Monday, July 17, 2006. Yahoo reports second-quarter results. Analysts expect the Internet company to earn 11 cents per share. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Seattle startup Zillow.com said Tuesday it will supply Yahoo Inc.'s online real estate service with a tool to estimate what any home might be worth.




CinemaNow to sell movie downloads (AP)

In this undated file photo released by Universal Studios in 1992, actors Al Pacino, left, and Chris O'Donnell, are shown in a scene from the film 'Scent of a Woman,' in New York. Online movie service CinemaNow Inc. said Tuesday, July 18, 2006, it will begin selling a slate of movies, including 'Sent of a Woman,' and other video content that computer users can download and transfer to a recordable DVD for viewing on standard DVD players. (AP Photo/Universal Studios, Myles Aronowitz, File)AP - CinemaNow Inc. will begin selling mainstream movies for download that can be transferred to DVD and watched on standalone players, marking a first for Hollywood films bought and distributed over the Internet.




Firm seeks expansion in recycling business (AP)

Jeff Zeigler, Newmarket IT founder and CEO, is shown in his computer recycling business Tuesday, July 18, 2006, in Austin, Texas.  The private company said Tuesday it had won $50 million in funding from equity firm Catterton Partners to help it expand in the computer recycling market, which Zeigler said is a $1.5 billion industry that's growing 45 percent annually. (AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)AP - Only about 10 percent of computers, cell phones and other electronic gadgets are recycled, industry analysts say, with the vast majority either collecting dust or leaching toxins into landfills.




Microsoft and XenSource Now Virtual Partners (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft announced on Monday that it has partnered with Linux supplier XenSource to develop technology that will ensure that Linux can run on its upcoming virtualization software code-named Viridian. The move is another step for Microsoft in its recent efforts to coexist with the open-source platform after years of fighting against it.

India's Wipro says quarterly profit jumped (AP)
AP - India's third-largest software company, Wipro Ltd., said Wednesday that its net profit in April-June quarter jumped 44 percent from a year ago, driven by strong outsourcing orders from overseas.

ATT launches Homezone TV and Internet service (Reuters)

The AT and T logo is seen in an undated file photo. U.S. phone company AT and T Inc. said on Wednesday it began marketing its AT and T Homezone, a long-awaited service that combines high-speed Internet and satellite television in one set-top box. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. phone company AT&T Inc. said on Wednesday it began marketing its AT&T Homezone, a long-awaited service that combines high-speed Internet and satellite television in one set-top box.




Yahoo to get tool to estimate home's worth (AP)

A Yahoo! sign is shown at Yahoo! headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Monday, July 17, 2006. Yahoo reports second-quarter results. Analysts expect the Internet company to earn 11 cents per share. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Seattle startup Zillow.com said Tuesday it will supply Yahoo Inc.'s online real estate service with a tool to estimate what any home might be worth.




CinemaNow to sell movie downloads (AP)

In this undated file photo released by Universal Studios in 1992, actors Al Pacino, left, and Chris O'Donnell, are shown in a scene from the film 'Scent of a Woman,' in New York. Online movie service CinemaNow Inc. said Tuesday, July 18, 2006, it will begin selling a slate of movies, including 'Sent of a Woman,' and other video content that computer users can download and transfer to a recordable DVD for viewing on standard DVD players. (AP Photo/Universal Studios, Myles Aronowitz, File)AP - CinemaNow Inc. will begin selling mainstream movies for download that can be transferred to DVD and watched on standalone players, marking a first for Hollywood films bought and distributed over the Internet.




Storytelling, not journalism, spurs most blogs (Reuters)
Reuters - Many people see Web journals or "blogs" as alternatives to the mainstream media, but most Americans who run them do so as a hobby rather than a vocation, according to a report released on Wednesday.

Groups urge US passage of law aimed at global online free speech (AFP)

The American flag flying next to the US Capitol dome in Washington, DC. Fourteen human rights urged Congress Tuesday to pass legislation aimed at preventing US technology companies from cooperating with China or other countries in stifling online free speech.(AFP/File/Karen Bleier)AFP - Fourteen human rights urged Congress Tuesday to pass legislation aimed at preventing US technology companies from cooperating with China or other countries in stifling online free speech.




CinemaNow unveils download-to-burn DVD service (Reuters)

A screenshot of CinemaNow.com, taken on July 19, 2006. Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player. (www.CinemaNow.com/Reuters)Reuters - Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player.




Sports-betting operation shuts Web site (AP)

BETonSports Chief Executive David Carruthers in an undated file photo. Carruthers was detained by U.S. authorities while changing planes in Dallas, the company said on Monday. (Vismedia/Reuters)AP - An offshore sports-betting operation targeted by U.S. prosecutors shut down its Web site Tuesday night, a day after a federal judge ordered the company to stop letting Americans place wagers.




New York Times to cut size of flagship paper (Reuters)

A taxi drives by the New York Times building in Times Square, NewYork, in an undated file photo. The New York Times Co. plans to make the size of its flagship newspaper narrower and close a printing plant, resulting in the loss of 1,050 jobs, the company said in a story posted on its Web site late on Monday. (Brad Rickerby/Reuters)Reuters - The New York Times Co., which like other newspaper publishers is struggling with lower circulation and weak advertising as readers gravitate to the Internet, said on Tuesday it would reduce the size of its flagship newspaper and consolidate printing operations, resulting in the loss of about 250 jobs.




Wal-Mart, critics slam each other on Web (AP)

Chris Kofinis poses for a photo as his colleagues work on materials, in a file photo Nov. 22, 2005, at WakeUpWalMart.com offices in Washington. The gloves are coming off as Wal-Mart Stores Inc. battles back at union-funded campaigns maligning the world's largest retailer. The brawl is escalating as both sides launch political-style attack Web sites attacking the others' motives and political pasts.  (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari, File)AP - The brawl between Wal-Mart and its union critics is escalating as groups on both sides, fighting over whether the world's largest retailer is good or bad, launched attack-style Web sites maligning each other's motives and politics.




Text messaging on rise with young people (AP)

Rachel Quizon chats by instant message on her T-Mobile Sidekick from her home in Norwalk, Calif., Friday, July 14, 2006. E-mail is so last millennium. Young people see it as a good way to reach an elder, a parent, teacher or a boss, or to receive an attached file. (AP Photo/Oscar Hidalgo)AP - E-mail is so last millennium. Young people see it as a good way to reach an elder — a parent, teacher or a boss — or to receive an attached file. But increasingly, the former darling of high-tech communication is losing favor to instant and text messaging, and to the chatter generated on blogs and social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.




   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 what is asp programming how to sample asp example code scripts software asp forum mail sessions applications global.asa 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