The Supreme Court decision affirming the $240 million judgment against Microsoft for violating i4i's XML patent highlights the broken technology-patent system, especially for software.
Microsoft Word is under threat from a new lawsuit targeting its use of Custom XML. Is there a danger sign here for the Open Document Format?
We received a couple of questions regarding the recently updated OpenXML converter from Microsoft that is used to read the new Office document formats with older versions of Office and other Office suites. For some people, this updater will not open ev
The latest update to Microsoft's Office 2008 for Mac, Service Pack 2, has created a host of issues for users. One of the more prevalent problems on our comment boards and in our email relates to Open XML documents (.pptx, .xlsx, .docx) returning an error
Although this appears to be strictly a goof on Microsoft's part, several MacFixIt readers have reported that after updating to the latest version of Open XML Converter (1.0.3) the version number remains the same (1.0.2), prompting many users to continuous
Company touts a patent office ruling as a "very material step" forward in its claim against Microsoft regarding XML features in Office.
The new open-source tool is designed to search for flaws, including "tricky scenarios" such as blind SQL or XML injection.
The co-inventor of XML likes Google's philosophy overall, and especially how it applies to competing against the 'Disney-fied walled garden' of Apple's iPhone.
Ukelele is a tool that can create XML keyboard layouts for use in OS X version 10.2 and later.
I4i responds to Microsoft's defenses concerning XML patent infringement case involving Word.