In the origins of the Internet, the first computers to implement the protocols were those of the University of Berkeley. This implementation took place in a variant of the Unix operating system called BSD Unix. It soon became programming clear that developers need a simple and effective way to write programs can intercommunicate with each other. This need gave birth to the first specification and implementation of sockets, also on Unix. Today, the sockets are implemented as libraries of programming for a multitude of operating systems, simplifying the task of programmers.
- Japan Today
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has announced that a test version of the U.S. software Titans Windows 7 operating system will be available worldwide on Friday.
- PC World
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- E-Commerce Times
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- Microsoft Watch
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