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posted in February 2001
Microsoft opens up to embedded
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2/13/2001   Post a comment
The potential riches of the Internet appliance market are prompting players from all sectors of the industry to be more liberal with closely guarded architectural plans in the interest of gaining market share.
Microsoft revs embedded effort, previews CE successor
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2/8/2001   Post a comment
Microsoft Corp. executives provided a glimpse of the company's carefully crafted plan for the embedded space this week and hammered home the idea that the software giant will bet heavily on the needs of "smart devices" in its future product line.


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