Monday, April 16, 2007

Microsoft, Adobe Set A Collision Course on Web - WSJ.com

Major milestone in the Adobe/Microsoft competitive scene... 

The companies have been partners in the past, and Adobe is one of the largest makers of software for computers running Microsoft's Windows operating system. The companies have also tussled before, but they have generally stayed in their corners of the tech arena.

Today, though, each company plans to introduce software that falls squarely on the other's turf and sets the stage for a broader battle over how Internet services and software will be built in the future. Both want to be the key supplier of cutting-edge software that handles functions like video and animation on the Web.

Source: Microsoft, Adobe Set A Collision Course on Web - WSJ.com

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