Browsing: Microsoft

For a number of years now, Mozilla’s Firefox has been a popular and growing alternative to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. It’s estimated that the open-source browser is used by a quarter of all Web users. But its star could be fading.

Ever since the first vi user met the first emacs user, the IT industry has been plagued with intense debates about very little. No fact or rational argument will convince either side they might be wrong. As the discussion depends on what the participants believe, these are often described as religious debates

It’s almost the end of another year. It has become something of a tradition for me to use this column…

We have a bumper show this week. Brett Haggard, Candice Jones, Duncan McLeod, Jon Tullett and Simon Dingle constitute your panel. They discuss, among other things, Microsoft Office 2010, Google Chrome OS and Telkom’s interim results

Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony need a new game plan, BusinessWeek reports. Amid growing evidence old marketing strategies aren’t working and…