At the WorldWide Live! Activating the Internet event hosted today by Microsoft Corp., 11 companies announced new Web sites that will provide information, education and products for Web professionals and developers using the Microsoft ActiveX standard.
Microsoft announced that the ActiveMovie API, the next-generation digital video and audio technology for the desktop and the Internet, will be included as part of Microsoft Internet Explorer version 3.0.
Microsoft Corp. today announced it has teamed with ForeFront, a developer and marketer of Internet technologies, to integrate ForeFront’s graphical bookmarking tool, GrabNet 2.0, into a number of Microsoft desktop applications for the Windows 95 operating system.
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As part of the company’s annual scholarship program, Microsoft Corp. today announced it has awarded more than 100 scholarships totaling over $526,000 to undergraduate college and high school students across the United States.
McKesson Corporation will use the Microsoft Windows NT operating system as the foundation for its new McKesson Point-of-Sale for Windows and McKesson Pharmaserv for Windows solutions, which are community pharmacy products developed by McKesson Pharmacy Systems.