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It's a wedding scene. The ceremony has just ended, the happy couple are lost in each other's embrace, friends and family are gathered around. In the foreground of the picture stands a crotchety-looking
Maybe they should start calling it Microsoft Pickpocket.Leave it to an open-source programmer to find a major security flaw in one of the most important components of the software giant's .Net strategy. We're
I'm starting to get a Sun-burn, but it feels kind of good.Suddenly, they're everywhere: Scott McNealy and his band of anti-Microsoft supporters; Java evangelists bragging about market share numbers, high-profile Canadian customers offering
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Last Friday, while many people in Toronto were putting on their costumes for some pre-Halloween festivities, Isa Gordon was showing off an outfit that could bring man and machine closer together. Her demonstration