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ATN will provide a cloud-based Internet TV solution to satisfy the growing global internet TV demand...ATN creates an innovative user experience, to deliver to global audience with global contents, live and VoD, across screens. ATN innovates in
Tu There are lots of interesting tidbits from a note to investors that Nomura analyst Rick Sherlund just sent out, following his meeting this morning with Microsoft Corporate Vice President Mike Angiulo and Windows division Chief Financial Office
An entity that misuses patents as a business strategy by positioning itself in a way to collect patent licensing revenue by doing just enough research to prove it had the idea first, or by purchasing patents for such purpose. A small green man hiding
Summit 2011, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Ted Kummert addressed an audience of more than 5,000 technology professionals to discuss how Microsoft Corp...Kummert described how SQL Server 2012, formerly code-named "Denali," addresses the growing
That's Microspeak for top priority, and that's the news and observations you'll find here from Seattle Times technology reporter Sharon Chan...The company today invited journalists to a June 28 event in New York to hear about Office 365.
Travelocity, NetApp and Cisco bet on private and public cloud solutions from Microsoft to drive IT efficiency. May 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at Tech* Ed North America 2011, Microsoft Corporate Vice Presidents Robert Wahbe and Jason Zander
Its smartphone software has only a sliver of the market, after the company redesigned it from the ground up and gave it a new name, Windows Phone 7. Still, many are watching and waiting after Nokia, the world's largest phone maker, said it plans to
Barnes & Noble, the largest bookseller in the United States, along with manufacturers of the Nook e-book reader Foxconn International and Inventec, were sued Monday in the U.S. District Court in Seattle, Washington by tech-giant Microsoft
Microsoft's new browser, Internet Explorer 9, seems to have little to say about Microsoft...It doesn't even say "Internet Explorer" anywhere on the browser. Microsoft has trimmed the fat off the glassy browser frame, creating more on-screen
The world's leading software firm Microsoft is now focussing on the fast growing smartphones market in India after the netbooks segment-- a new category created to brigde the gap between mobiles and laptops-- received lukewarm response from buyers. "