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November 5,1999: Microsoft Found a Monopoly

1999 – It was over 12 years that we saw Microsoft go through the Department of Justice over Monopoly issues. US district Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issued a 207 page Findings of fact on this day. In it, he ruled that Microsoft did have a Monopoly power over the OS in the Intel market. During the week we talked about what leads up to this 207 page ruling. This Day in Tech History podcast show notes for November 5   Aurora SPARC Linux is released Abilene network segment is upgraded to 10 Gbps Google drops the Yahoo – Google deal in...

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June 23, 1983: First successful test of the Domain Name System (DNS)

1983 – Paul Mockapetris and Jon Postel run the first successful test of the distributed Domain Name System (DNS). This automated process was to take over failing Arpanet and CSnet protocols because those relied on address books. DNS uses a hierarchical distributed naming system for the Internet or any private network. It associates the domain names with numerical IP addresses. Full Day in Tech History podcast show notes for June 23 Nintendo 64 is launched The Typewriter is patented Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More

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June 23, 2003: Safari 1.0 Released to Public

2003 – Steve Jobs releases the first version of the Safari web browser. He announced the browser on Jan 7, with Beta download to web developers. However, it wasn’t until June 23rd that Safari was released to the public.By Mac OSX 10.5.3, it was officially the browser of Apple Mac. A Windows version of Safari was released on June 11, 2007. Of course, Safari is the browser packaged with iPhone, and later iPad.  There were a few controversies on Apple’s solution for viewing the Web. The biggest was a “Carpet Bomb” attack that could compromise people’s data if they didn’t know not to select the links. Safari...

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