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PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 19, 2014
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...To strengthen its grasp on the intensely competitive cloud market, Oracle has been busy buying a number of smaller cloud providers and has forged cloud-service partnerships with its former rivals, Microsoft and Salesforce.com. In a recent note to his clients, Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White said he is "encouraged by Oracle's progress in the cloud." Yet he ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 18, 2014
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...library synchronization software company, committed to building tools to help access, merge, and synchronize personal music collections. For more information visit http://www.supersync.com Minecraft is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Mac, OS X, and Yosemite are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. For more information visit http://www.supersync.com. ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 17, 2014
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...to always respect the jury process." Coughlin told Bloomberg News that the judge had narrowed the focus of which product enhancements to consider in a case involving Microsoft He explained that Redmond was found to have violated antitrust law by bundling its Internet Explorer Web browser with the Windows 95 operating system without consideration of other product ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 17, 2014
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...said. Open File Format Compatibility But perhaps the most enticing upgrade for enterprises will be Google’s increased support for Microsoft Office and open file formats. Last week, the company added the ability to convert Office files to Google documents directly in Gmail. “Last week’s updates are also now import/export ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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Could this online application sway you from your love of PowerPoint? Would Microsoft be crushed if it did? Microsoft first announced Sway, a new app in the Office portfolio, in October. Redmond is billing Sway as an “entirely different way to express ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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Microsoft has some bitter rivals in the technology industry, but when it comes to thwarting government intrusion on customer privacy the software giant has plenty in common with its competitors. ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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...hold on the market among consumers. But it has trailed Box in going after large enterprise customers. Also, both companies face competition from cheaper cloud storage services from Google and Microsoft ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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...TV star Kim Kardashian (No. 6), singer Miley Cyrus (No. 8) and actress Jennifer Aniston (No. 10). Yahoo's list was rounded out by: the video game "Minecraft," whose popularity prompted Microsoft to buy it for $2.5 billion earlier this year; "Frozen," and Apple's latest gadget, the iPhone 6. Instead of doing a wide-ranging compilation of top searches, ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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...your possession, review, copying, dissemination, publication, uploading, downloading, or making any use of the stolen information, or making any use of the stolen information," wrote Boies, whose clients have included Microsoft Corp. and former Vice President Al Gore. The Times stood by its coverage. "The data breach involving Sony Pictures has resulted in the ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 15, 2014
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...currently showing Web search results in Facebook Search because we're focused on helping people find what's been shared with them on Facebook. We continue to have a great partnership with Microsoft in lots of different areas." A Microsoft spokesperson echoed those comments, noting in an e-mail, "Facebook recently changed its search experience to focus on helping ...
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