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Microsoft has never been less popular, which may be exactly what it needs to goad it to taking new risks and building back its brand.
Microsoft is now offering an add-in that lets Word users view and work on chemical structures to the open-source community. The tool was originally a beta project between Microsoft and the University of Cambridge.
The zeroed-out price tag is dismantling many businesses, but it's because they have yet to learn to harness it to their advantage.
Although it has won an injunction that could halt sales of Word in its current form, a small Canadian company says its goal is to build products, not kill a key part of Office.
Software maker releases an add-in for Office 2007 and Office 2010 that makes its word processor more useful for those looking to include chemical formulas.
Innovation isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
Flip4Mac vulnerability -- disabling Flip4Mac; official word from Telestream
Turns out name of gadget sounds like a swear word in Hebrew.
Mac OS X 10.4.7 Special Report: Microsoft Word crashing frequently -- fix
Mac OS X 10.4.6 Special Report: Third-party applications: Fix for Photoshop save on crash; Word crashes; more