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Big Players Take Sides in Microsoft Patent Suit
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published March 22, 2011
Microsoft's lawyers will have a unique experience in mid-April -- when they argue about the future of patent law to the U.S. Supreme Court in the i4i case.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, i4i, patent lawsuit, Patent Reform
Supremes to Hear Microsoft's i4i Appeal
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published November 29, 2010
Microsoft's appeal to the Supreme Court over a patent infringement judgment is accepted.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, lawsuits, patents, i4i
Microsoft Appeals Patent Verdict to Supreme Court
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published August 31, 2010
It's taken a year to get this far, but after a patent infringement suit went against Microsoft, the company has been gradually escalating its arguments to higher and higher courts. Will the Supreme Court take the case?
Tags: XML, Microsoft, i4i, patent lawsuit, patent infringement
i4i Patent Ruled Valid - U.S. Supreme Court Next?
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published July 28, 2010
The patent office issued an official statement that tiny i4i's custom XML patent is valid. Microsoft has until the end of next month to appeal to a higher power.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, i4i, patent lawsuit, patent infringement
Microsoft Dealt Another Setback in i4i Patent Case
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published March 12, 2010
In latest setback in patent case, appeals court reiterates that Microsoft's infringement was "willful," while both sides wait to see if the court will agree to hear Microsoft's en banc appeal.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, lawsuits, i4i, patent lawsuit
MSFT Hopes to Stay Word Injunction
By - Reuters | Article Published August 19, 2009
The software giant has filed a motion to continue to allow it sell all of its version of Word.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, software, Copyright, media
Will Language Overload Force Open Enterprises?
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 30, 2008
XML's co-author Tim Bray argues that it's no longer good enough to be a one-language shop.
Tags: developer, XML, Google, programming, InternetNews.com
Review: TRITTON AX Micro Bluetooth Headset
By Naomi Graychase | Article Published July 29, 2008
This tiny, shiny earpiece is a worthy solution for users looking for a non-bulky, affordable Bluetooth headset.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, Blackberry, voice, Storage
Quotes From LinkedData Planet, Part 1
By Chris Nerney | Article Published June 17, 2008
Quotes From LinkedData Planet, Part 1
Tags: XML, semantic Web, Linked Data, OpenLink Software
Kroes Lashes Out Over Microsoft 'Standard'
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published June 15, 2008
EC Competition Commissioner questions validity of OOXML in speech to open source group.
Tags: open source, XML, Microsoft, software, international
Declaring Dojo for Ajax
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published June 04, 2008
New dojo.E effort set to make the open source Ajax framework more declarative and appealing to more developers.
Tags: open source, developer, XML, software, IBM
Is OOXML a Done Deal?
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published March 31, 2008
Some Microsoft opponents admit OOXML will probably become an ISO standard.
Tags: XML, Microsoft, server, support, Specification, IT, SAP, HP, servers, Office, international, InternetNews.com, standards