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Microsoft, Google in healthy competition

The rivals extend their tech battle into Web-based personal health records, an area in which they are both upstarts.

May 18, 2009


Microsoft still learning name game

Software maker drops the Azyxxi mouthful, but its replacement--Amalga--draws mixed reactions, at least in the CNET News.com newsroom.

By February 13, 2008


Who will Microsoft buy next?

A panel of venture capitalists and a Microsoft dealmaker chatted Tuesday about how Microsoft picks the two dozen or so companies it buys each year.

By November 27, 2007


Microsoft plans medical-record service

HealthVault is just getting off the ground: Will consumers trust the company with private info?

By October 4, 2007


Microsoft: Better software can prevent medical mishaps

Company teams with Britain's health system to come up with a common interface for reducing the thousands of hospital mix-ups that occur annually.

By September 9, 2007


Microsoft to acquire search start-up Medstory

Acquisition of company specializing in health-related searches will become part of Microsoft's nascent Health Solutions Group.

By February 26, 2007


Microsoft coughs up for health care software

It acquires Azyxxi, database software for patient records, and lays plans to spread the technology nationwide.

By July 26, 2006


Sage takes a $565 million shot at medical software

EPS buy marks company's first foray into health care management as paperless doctors' offices gain in popularity.

By August 9, 2006