Like Netscape, Microsoft is drumming up support in its legal battles from its own developer community. A group of resellers and software developers has initiated a campaign to lobby states governments, to ward off any injunction that would delay or prevent the release of Windows 98.
The campaign is led by Jay Amato, president of reseller Vanstar, which calls on channel executives to contact governors and senators to "register dismay at growing anti-Microsoft sentiment at the state and federal level".
US space agency believes the crater could have preserved ancient organic molecules from the water that flowed there billions of years ago
Valve quietly closes down hardware initiatives launched following Windows 8
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Simulations like this can help people understand complicated systems in the universe in a better way
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