Monthly Archives: April 2007

Security Expert Secunia Releases Free Network Software Inspector

I’m a fan of Secunia’s Free Online Software Inspector — and now the security experts have released their Network Software Inspector (NSI). Highlights of the Network Software Inspector (NSI): Standalone executable application, less than 1 MB of download, no installation … Continue reading

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RIM Announces New BlackBerry Software for Microsoft Windows Mobile Devices

  Waterloo, ON – With SO many great Microsoft Windows Mobile hardware devices available, Research In Motion (RIM) announced they will begin supporting devices from third-party manufacturers! "Key benefits of running the new BlackBerry application suite on a Windows Mobile-based … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Version 2 Office 2007 Compatibility Pack

  It’s unclear the differences between Version 1 of Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007 File Formats and today’s Version 2 release. Knowledge Base Article KB924074 doesn’t show any updates since the release in November 2006. Regardless … Continue reading

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Microsoft Gives MSN.COM Homepage an Updated Facelift

  Microsoft has updated their MSN homepage with a nice clean layout. It’s worth a quick look!   –> Check-out the Updated MSN.COM <–

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Microsoft Releases Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin

  Posted on Microsoft’s "Port 25" Open Source website — users can now play Microsoft’s Windows Media content from within the Firefox browser.   –> Download Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin

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Microsoft Unveils “Silverlight” Next Generation of Media Experiences on the Web for Macintosh and Windows

  LAS VEGAS N.A.B. – Microsoft Silverlight, previously called Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere (WPF/E), is a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of media experiences and rich interactive applications (RIAs) for the Web. Silverlight offers consistent experiences to … Continue reading

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Microsoft Responds to Google’s Proposed Acquisition of DoubleClick

  Brad Smith, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation  “This proposed acquisition raises serious competition and privacy concerns in that it gives the Google DoubleClick combination unprecedented control in the delivery of online advertising, and access to a … Continue reading

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Microsoft Office Word 2007 Stylesheet to Create “MathML” Web Documents

  Word 2007 can create documents containing mathematical equations & expressions. Saved as a web page, it looks the same in a web browser as it does in Word 2007 . . . unless you zoom-in – which makes text … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s HTTP Website Debugging PowerTool “Fiddler” Updated to Support HTTPS

  Microsoft has updated their HTTP Website debugging PowerTool "Fiddler" to support viewing and modifying HTTPS traffic.  It also includes better support for saving to Visual Studio WebTest files. Updated Features:   Improved WebTest Export code Improved "Caching" inspector Introduced … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Support Tool for XML Documents

  Microsoft continues to support many different document standards with the release of Microsoft XML Paper Specification Essentials Pack that enable you to view, generate and index XPS Documents. Additionally, the XPS Essentials Pack includes providers to enable the iPreview … Continue reading

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