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Ballmer talks up Xbox at partner conference

The company is in Toronto whispering sweet nothings into developers' ears, but consumers waiting for security updates got bad news.

The company is in Toronto this week whispering sweet nothings into developers' ears, but consumers waiting for security updates to Windows XP got some bad news.

In an interview, Microsoft's CEO discusses Longhorn concerns, IBM comparisons and Sony gaming bets.
July 14, 2004

Software, security, and networking vendors are banding together to provide more comprehensive network protection.
July 13, 2004

Microsoft's chief says the company and its partners should strive to expand Redmond's midmarket success with Danish customers.
July 13, 2004

Latest patch batch meant to fix vulnerabilities to denial-of-service attacks, a security firm says.
July 13, 2004

Microsoft wants to incorporate input gathered during tests. Also, its developers are busy with other projects.
July 13, 2004 previous coverage

Looking to promote its resellers' expertise, Microsoft offers new incentives.
July 12, 2004

Microsoft boosts partner investments

Also reallocates one-third of its worldwide direct customer-marketing to joint-marketing with partners.
July 12, 2004

New developer support program launched

The improved support and assistance is intended to keep partners in the software giant's fold.
July 11, 2004

Windows update will be late, Microsoft says

The long-awaited Windows XP Service Pack 2 won't be available until August, at the earliest.
July 12, 2004