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Microsoft has a new operating system. But they always have a new operating system, so that’s nothing new.
Sun Micro Systems has leagally challenged Microsoft to open up their source code to be more (Sun) Java friendly. But someone’s always taking a poke at Microsoft to open up their code, so that’s nothing new.
Larry Ellison of Oracle is on a mission to overtake Bill Gates as the top dog. (Good luck, Larry, with your plummeting stock prices.) But he’s always been envious of Gates, so that’s nothing new.
The Klez virus is making the rounds these days. But there’s always a new virus it seems, so that’s nothing new.
A recent virus hoax advises customers to delete a valid Windows file named Jdbgmgr.exe. But there’s always an email hoax of one sort or another, so that’s nothing new.
Microsoft Corporation had agreed to settle a lawsuit. But they’re always settling some lawsuit or the other, so that’s nothing new.
The IT stock index is down. But it’s been down for quite a while, so that’s nothing new.
So either everything is new or nothing is new. It depends on your perspective.
Seriously though, your question is a bit too vague. Narrow it down a bit, and you’ll most likely get some serious and detailed answers.