Rulings intended to help two sides focus their arguments
Stories by Elinor Mills
Company claims Microsoft tried to eliminate DR-DOS as a rival to MS-DOS
Software giant also buys Win CE player technology
Microsoft this week credited strong sales of Windows NT Workstation, Office, Exchange Server and SQL Server for helping to boost the company's third-quarter earnings to $US1.92 billion, or 35 cents per share, 3 cents higher than expectations and 40 per cent higher than a year ago.
Export restriction scarpped, infringement clause altered
Analysts point to difficulty in moving to direct sales and in managing inventories
"We need to reinvent ourselves," says Ballmer
Hacker handed longest sentence for a hacker in US history
America Online announced yesterday it would reorganise into four product groups, including one devoted to Netscape Communications Corp.'s operations, and would lay off up to 1000 workers combined at both AOL and Netscape.
Buying direct from Microsoft costs more
Microsoft blocked "competitive price and free choice among competing products" says suit
Judge needs time to prepare for case
At the suggestion of privacy groups who are threatening a boycott of Intel products, Intel today announced that it will ship its Pentium III microprocessors with the identification code in the "off" position and offer software that will allow users to turn the code on if they want.
MS claims AOL-Netscape-Sun deals undermine government case
Revenue for quarter up 54% on last year