There has been quite an activity in the legal department of Microsoft & Eolas(the company who sued Microsoft for using Active-X plugins for Flash & related technologies in IE).
In a recent judgement, The US Patent & Trademark Office has ruled that the controversial 906 browser patent of University of California is invalid. This decision, though doesn’t smooths things for Microsoft, who is fighting hard against the sole licensee of this patent, Eolas, but may pave the way for Microsoft’s win. Read More
Microsoft is a promise maker & a promise breaker. It promised 250MB to free users of Hotmail by July. But July is long gone & I haven’t seen even an increment of a KB in my storage limit, leave alone 148MB increase. :curse: In short, Microsoft makes promises but not to keep them, only to break them. And they are not new to this malpractice. They are quite good at it & have a lot experience in it. 👿 Read More
What’s cooking? Well, I can’t tell you that, its a well guarded secret. 😉
Ok, enough fooling around, well, I’m testing a few things before I roll out the next version. The ASP highlighting is done, the WP formatting of quotes etc. is done. So, now what? If you remember, those are the two things that I spoke of in my last post. So what’s left now, you may ask. 😕 Read More
Really, Microsoft & its Blunders!! What’s new? Well, its not new but I wasn’t aware of them. So if not anything else, its gonna make you laugh & scorn & swear. 😀
Coming right from CNet, here it is…..
Tom Edwards, Microsoft’s top guy for geopolitical strategy team revealed on Wednesday at International Geographical Union congress in Glasgow that how the biggest software company in the world has managed to offend countries & people with its blunders. Read More
A new port of WordPress, one that uses PostgreSQL database rather than the default MySQL database, is live by name of WordPress-Pg. 😀 Its a port of WordPress 1.2 Mingus, the last stable release of WordPress. WP 1.3 is due sometime soon, maybe the developer might want to upgrade to the WP 1.3 nightlies, so that he’s able to release a PgSQL equivalent of WP 1.3 as soon as its released. Its to be noted that WordPress-Pg is still in Beta, as indicated on the project page of it at SourceForge.net Read More