Posted by Horacio GutierrezCorporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel
Microsoft files legal actions against Barnes & Noble, Foxconn and Inventec in the U.S. International Trade Commission and U.S. District Court over alleged patent infringement.
Posted by Claire BonillaSenior Director, Disaster Management, Microsoft
It’s just over a week since the heartbreaking events in Japan that caused such destruction. Over the past week, we’ve all seen the strength of the human spirit and the generosity of people around the world.
I’m incredibly proud of our people in Japan, who are working very hard to help government and nonprofit agencies with relief efforts and working closely with our local partners and customers to make sure they have the support they need. We have had a number of new developments, and want to make sure people and organizations are aware of the latest resources available to help them.
Posted by Richard BoscovichSenior Attorney, Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit
Just over a year ago, we successfully took down the botnet Waledac. Based on the knowledge gained in that effort, we have successfully taken down a larger, more notorious and complex botnet known as Rustock.
Update, 4:30 pm pdt: Our work is complete and the new blog designed has been launched. Thanks for your patience during the deployment.
We hope you like the new design and features. We tried to make the blog a bit fresher and better-organized to help you more easily find new or interesting posts on key topics.
Posted by Rob SinclairChief Accessibility Officer, Microsoft
Microsoft announced three new advances in accessibility today in San Diego at the 26th International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference sponsored by California State University Northridge (CSUN).
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Microsoft Accessibility Tools & Training. This online package contains free accessibility training courses for developers and an accessibility resource guide providing information about many types of disabilities and age-related difficulties and guidance regarding which accessible technology solutions can help to mitigate their effects.