On Monday, I told you about a court order preventing the sale of Word in the U.S., an order that I believe doesn't actually go into effect for a few months.
If you thought Microsoft was going to take this lying down, then you know nothing about how this firm operates. It doesn't take anything lying down, not even a nap. That's why it's no surprise that Microsoft is going back to court, trying to reverse the ruling tout de suite.
There's no saying when or if a stay will be ordered, but emergency motions such as this tend to get heard fast.
Posted by Doug Barney on August 19, 2009 at 11:53 AM
Microsoft this week demonstrated how its natural language AI capabilities in Microsoft 365 Copilot will widely extend across the company's products and services.
Microsoft unveiled update 23H1 for the SharePoint Server Subscription Edition (SE) product and a handful of service and plan changes this week.
The team that managed the ethics surrounding Microsoft's artificial intelligence (AI) software development was laid off this month.
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