|Judge in Microsoft Antitrust Case Dies
Thomas Penfield Jackson, who as a federal judge in Washington presided over a historic Microsoft antitrust case as well as the drug possession trial of former Mayor Marion Barry, has died.
|MS, Facebook Tell of Security Requests
Thousands of law enforcement and U.S. national security requests were received by Microsoft and Facebook in the second half of 2012. The requests represent a tiny fraction of their user bases, however.
|MS Office 365 for iPhone Hits Market
At long, long last, Microsoft is rolling out Office Mobile for iPhone. It's a free iPhone app for Office 365 subscribers. The app aims to help Office users access content on the go and offers full editing capabilities.
|One IE Patch, But 19 Vulnerabilties
Microsoft has issued five security bulletins, one rated critical, as part of its regular Patch Tuesday security update cycle. Unfortunately, there's more than meets the eye, according to one security researcher.