A European Faceoff over Microsoft Vista
Microsoft and the European Commission have squared off for years over antitrust, so their latest war of words is par for the course. On Sept. 7, the software giant said that it might have to delay European shipment of its next-generation Windows operating system, called Vista, blaming the EC for failing to clarify its objections to certain new security features. The software is supposed to be released worldwide in November for corporate customers and in January, 2007, for consumers.
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