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Microsoft Opens Up Shared Source Program

For the first time, Microsoft will let its hardware partners modify virtually all the source code for one of its Windows versions and ship the resulting specialized products to customers.

Microsoft Tackles Lucrative VoIP Market

At the Spring 2003 Voice on the Net (VON) Trade Show & Expo in San Jose Wednesday, a Microsoft executive announced during the keynote address that the company will supply a comprehensive Voice over IP (VoIP) solution in the next version of Windows CE .NET, code-named McKendrick.

PC vs. Mac Revisited: Adobe Says PCs are Faster

The debate between PC and Macintosh partisans over which platform performs better reached an interesting impasse this week when longtime Apple Computer partner Adobe Systems published a document on its Web site that supports claims that the PC is indeed faster.