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The Mid-American Conference and Massachusetts football will part ways after the 2015 season.
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Turning a downtrodden college football program around has many rewards, including bowl appearances, but it also places a target on those who helped shape the upswing.
A University of Massachusetts official said Tuesday the school will become a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision and join the Mid-American Conference for that sport.
It might not be fair to suggest that Microsoft's new Office for Mac 2011 is a Microsoft Windows "killer." However, it's fair to suggest that the pending release of this new productivity suite will knock down one of the very last barriers to bringing Apple's Macintosh operating system and hardware into enterprise domains where Windows has held hegemonic sway.
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Microsoft Corp. said Monday it will start selling the next version of its Office programs for Apple Inc.'s Macintosh computers at the end of October.
The formal introduction last week of Microsoft Corp.'s Office for Mac 2008 brought with it new versions of the Excel spreadsheet, as well as the PowerPoint graphics program used daily in millions of presentations worldwide.
A homosexual Nigerian activist, who says he has received threats from the leaders of the Anglican Province of Nigeria, appears here tomorrow night at the end of a triumphal seven-week U.S. tour.