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  • Microsoft understands the great motivator

    The answer was so obvious that it's amazing no one thought of it earlier. 

  • Redmond offers more details on reward money

    Microsoft is not getting into the bad-guy catching business, a Microsoft lawyer said after the software maker announced Wednesday that it will provide a $5 million pool of reward money to help catch cybercriminals. 

  • Microsoft vs. Novell, round two?

    Some are suggesting that the planned acquisition of SuSE Linux by Novell could reignite an old battle between Novell and Microsoft. 

  • Microsoft ponies up reward money to catch hackers

    Microsoft representatives gathered this morning with U.S. and international law enforcement officials to detail the company's offer of reward money to those who help catch the writers of computer viruses and worms. 

  • Microsoft locks down intellectual property

    Microsoft today released Windows Rights Management Services, a security component for Windows Server 2003 that aims to protect enterprise intellectual property. 

  • Microsoft toots its Longhorn

    Longhorn, Indigo, Whidbey, Yukon. If you know which Microsoft products these code names are associated with, you win a prize. If you can remember any of their features after the barrage of news from this week's Professional Developers Conference, you... 

  • Members speak out!

    When we published our experts' favorite Web sites earlier this month, members reacted with a mix of praise and outrage. So we asked to hear from you. 

  • Gates puts a face on far-away Longhorn

    At the Professional Developers Conference on Monday, Bill Gates and other Microsoft executives showed off the interface for the software maker's next version of Windows, which goes by the code-name Longhorn. 

  • MS offers early look at Longhorn, Web services, DB plans

    Microsoft plans to offer developers and others an early look at its vision for Web services, database management and the next version of Windows at this week's Professional Developers Conference. 

  • Office din is nearly deafening

    There's no Madonna jingle to go with the new version of Office, like there was with the launch of Windows XP. Microsoft is singing a different tune with its productivity suite.