29th April 2006 Archive
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On a sunny afternoon in Luxembourg we enter the final lap of this five day case - discussion on the size of the €500m fine and other impositions of the remedy. None of the legal teams had produced a child during the break, so Mr Bellis got straight into attacking the commission imposition of a trustee. Bellis said the …
Operating Systems 29 Apr 2006, 04:04
Thank you and good night
The Judges were arrayed before the shrinking audience like Michelangelo’s Last Supper, complete with white napkins tucked incongruously under their chins. But Judge John D Cooke had saved some fireworks for the last session, just when it seemed to be all but over. After warming up by checking details of who got what statement …
Operating Systems 29 Apr 2006, 04:13
No word from bus drivers….
No company creates conspiracy theories like Microsoft - or maybe that should be Microsoft observers. Sharing facilities with a Microsoft backed blogger is no great hardship, but what if the software giant is recruiting local taxi drivers to deliver its marketing message? Microsoft PRs at the court have been restrained and …
Bootnotes 29 Apr 2006, 04:16
O’Reilly, Amazon talk web service standards
At Microsoft's Mix06 conference last month, we took the opportunity to speak (separately) to Web 2.0 guru Tim O'Reilly and Amazon's web services evangelist Jeff Barr on how they see the REST vs WS debate. O'Reilly on the debate There’s always a place for both. I don’t mean to suggest that all that other stuff (WS-*) is a …
Developer 29 Apr 2006, 05:02
- Review Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Proof the pen is mightier?
- Nuke plants to rely on PDP-11 code UNTIL 2050!
- Spin doctors brazenly fiddle with tiny bits in front of the neighbours
- Game Theory Out with a bang: The Last of Us lets PS3 exit with head held high
- Flash flaw potentially makes every webcam or laptop a PEEPHOLE