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IT Management Linux News for Jun 28, 2001

  • Globe and Mail: Corel posts modest quarterly profit (Jun 28, 2001, 19:00)
    Leaving the Linux space and refocusing on its core markets -- graphics products and word processing -- helped the firm post a profit for the second consecutive quarter. Plus, CEO Derek Burney confirmed that Corel had not received an adequate offer for its Linux products, so a sale is still on hold.

  • BrowserWatch: Microsoft to Scrap Smart Tags (Jun 28, 2001, 18:35)
    After a public outcry, Microsoft backs away from a controversial plan to insert live hyperlinks on Web pages managed by Microsoft Internet Explorer -- without the knowledge or participation of the Web page's designer.

  • UPDATED: internetnews.com: Microsoft Break-up Overturned (Jun 28, 2001, 16:10)
    As expected, a federal appeals court ruled that breaking up the software giant was not an acceptable remedy to antitrust charges. In addition, the court found that U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson improperly conducted himself in the case. Link to PDF of the ruling within.