Humans of the world, no more bears in your snaps, OK? Your insistence is officially ruining the forest for everyone else.
Instead of grand plans, Microsoft talks nuts and bolts strategy at the Tech Ed conference in Orlando.
Microsoft PDC 2007 will not be as is major development platforms will getting into developers hands this fall, when the event was originally scheduled.
Company looks to bake business intelligence and access to documents in next version of the flagship database due out in 2008.
In the latest switch of plans, Redmond delays beta 2 and will deliver an unstructured data store in the next version of SQL Server.
Intel's next-generation chip gets the Pentium III handle, a marketing decision that lets the company use its most successful brand name once again.
Intel's Katmai Pentium II processor, due next year, will boost how 3D graphics and video are viewed and manipulated.
Software developers will receive prototypes of Intel's successor to MMX along with related software tools.
Although the Intel 100-MHz system bus is yet to be released, it will likely have a short life, according to industry pundit Michael Slater.
With Intel's 1999 Katmai technology, a revamped MMX will debut in chips running as fast as 500 MHz.