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Source: ZDNet UK
Software designed by humans will always have flaws, says Microsoft, but the company argues that its security record is improving
Microsoft has admitted it does not expect to ever release completely secure, flawless code, but denied that its software was any less secure than any other complex code.
Source: The Inquirer
A REPORT claimed that well known software company Microsoft is stepping up its push into hardware and will increase sales of these products by 200% during 2003.
The hardware is not its Xbox "console", but broadband products, phones, mice, keyboards, joysticks and Bluetooth products, according to a report in today's Economic News in Taiwan.
Source: USA Today
In an exclusive interview with USA TODAY reporters, Microsoft founder and chief software architect Bill Gates shares his thoughts on controlling spam, competition from Linux, how Windows will evolve, software for wristwatches, what's worthwhile in life and whether Microsoft is boring.
The security industry has spoken out on Microsoft's advances into the anti-virus market, suggesting, almost with one voice, that the software giant may manage to make in-roads into the desktop market, but should give up now on any hopes it may harbour of becoming a dominant player in the enterprise market.