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New Windows Operates on 64-Bit Computers (AP)
AP - After years of delays, Microsoft Corp. on Monday released versions of its Windows operating system that can address vastly more memory and are designed for such heavy-duty tasks as rendering graphics and video.

Microsoft Gives Details on Windows Release (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s ambitious plan to keep data safe on PCs will make a scaled-down debut in the next release of Windows, though the operating system's most anticipated improvements in graphics appear to mirror what's now available from rival Apple Computer Inc.

Microsoft Welcomes Dawn Of 64-Bit Computing Age (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft and its partners are gearing up for the third wave of the Windows software -- an event that's expected to trigger a massive upgrade of computer technology.

Microsoft Previews Next Windows, Aims to Bridge Gap (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Monday showed off features of its next major release of Windows and unveiled an advanced edition of the current generation of its flagship operating system to help fill the gap until the new version launches next year.

Microsoft names International Paper exec Chris Liddell as its CFO (Canadian Press)
Canadian Press - REDMOND, Wash. (AP) - The software maker Microsoft Corp. said Monday it hired Chris Liddell, chief financial officer at International Paper Co., to become its CFO effective May 9, replacing John Connors who retired in January to join a Seattle-area venture capital firm.

Microsoft gives first look at new more secure Windows system (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft provided a preview of the new test version of the Windows operating system, saying it would offer more security and "ignite the most promising era yet of industrywide innovation."

WinHEC: Microsoft Delays Palladium Security Plan (PC World)
PC World - Only a sliver of the NGSCB security plan will appear in the next version of Windows.

Canadian flag flies high at Microsoft, Xbox headquarters near Seattle (Canadian Press)
Canadian Press - REDMOND, Wash. (CP) - Outside Xbox's offices in suburban Seattle, the Canadian flag flies high. Inside, the Canadian content includes the likes of newly relocated Chris Wolfe.

Microsoft Readies New Document Printing Specification (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Due to debut as part of Longhorn, Microsoft's 'Metro' will allow users to share, print and archive documents with greater fidelity, the Redmond software company says.

Windows XP Moves into 64-Bit Era (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) today took the wraps off of its next-generation computing platform with the introduction of software for computers running the latest 64-bit processors that promise to deliver on the need for speed.

Microsoft Gives Details on Windows Release (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s ambitious plan to keep data safe on PCs will make a scaled-down debut in the next release of Windows, though the operating system's most anticipated improvements in graphics appear to mirror what's now available from rival Apple Computer Inc.

New Windows Operates on 64-Bit Computers (AP)
AP - After years of delays, Microsoft Corp. on Monday released versions of its Windows operating system that can address vastly more memory and are designed for such heavy-duty tasks as rendering graphics and video.

IBM to Test Health Care Data Sharing (AP)
AP - Hoping to prove that automation will improve health care and cut costs, International Business Machines Corp. said Monday it's developing a test system for sharing electronic medical data among hospitals, agencies and patients.

Internet 'Sweepstakes' Raises Questions (AP)
AP - D.R. "Doc" Carson made his way to the Internet Cafe every morning and pulled up a chair in front of a terminal. He skipped the keyboard, choosing instead to use the touch-screen monitor. He usually stayed until around 5 p.m., when his wife gets home.

ManiaTV Sees Itself As the Internet MTV (AP)
AP - Venture capitalists told Drew Massey, founder of the 1990s young men's magazine P.O.V., that old media was dead and he believed them.

Huffington Invites Friends to Join Blog (AP)
AP - Political commentator Arianna Huffington will launch a news and opinion Web site next month including blogs written by more than 200 celebrities and leaders such as retired journalist Walter Cronkite, writer David Mamet and billionaire Barry Diller, CEO of IAC InterActive Corp.

RealNetworks to Launch Music on the Go - Source (Reuters)
Reuters - Digital media company RealNetworks Inc. plans to unveil on Tuesday a new portable music service for digital music players as part of its subscription service portfolio, a source familiar with the plans said on Monday.

SBC Earnings Down, but Surpass Estimates (AP)
AP - SBC Communications Inc., the huge local phone company that is buying AT&T Corp., on Monday reported a 53 percent drop in first-quarter earnings, with part of the decline due to costs related to Cingular Wireless's purchase of AT&T Wireless.

MontaVista to launch Linux for cell phones (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - MontaVista Software announced on Monday that it will ship an embedded version of Linux, Mobilinux 4.0, based on the Linux 2.6 kernel.     

Indian software stocks may have lost their gloss but still sound bets (AFP)
AFP - India's much vaunted software companies have ridden the boom and bust of a volatile tech sector to produce bumper results year in year out for the past decade but as recent results suggest, the best may be over for them, analysts say.

Huffington Invites Friends to Join Blog (AP)
AP - Political commentator Arianna Huffington will launch a news and opinion Web site next month including blogs written by more than 200 celebrities and leaders such as retired journalist Walter Cronkite, writer David Mamet and billionaire Barry Diller, CEO of IAC InterActive Corp.

Specialist Gets Eight Months for Hacking (AP)
AP - A former Los Alamos National Laboratory computer specialist was sentenced to eight months in prison Monday for hacking into and damaging the computers of several high-tech companies, including online auction giant eBay Inc.

How the 'Contra Costa Times' Uncovered a Letters-to-the-Editor Scam (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Every now and then, letters to the editor at the Contra Costa (Calif.) Times don't get posted to the paper's Web site with the rest of the day's paper, well after midnight. When Dan Hatfield, the paper's editorial-page editor, arrived at the office at his usual 5:30 or 6 a.m. on those mornings, he'd find out right away that the letters hadn't made it up, because there would an angry e-mail waiting in his inbox from Kyle Vallone. Hatfield could never understand why Vallone cared so much.

Conference: The Age Of Engagement Has Arrived (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Web industry executives are seeing broadband changing how the Internet is used, forcing ad campaigns to shift focus from a broadcast to a more subtle approach that invites consumers to engage with brands.

First Look: Symantec's So-So Spyware Protection (PC World)
PC World - Beta version of Norton Internet Security 2005 AntiSpyware Edition stumbles a bit, but shows promise.

Main Web Site Hackers Are Schoolboys, Watchdog Says (Reuters)
Reuters - Attacks on company and government Internet sites spike during school holidays when the main culprits -- schoolboys -- spend time in front of their computers rather than in the classroom.

US-controlled Hanarotelecom gives up wireless Internet service (AFP)
AFP - South Korea's second-largest Internet broadband carrier, Hanarotelecom, said it would give up its license for new wireless Internet services.

Google Offers Choice of Sites for Ads, New Pricing (Reuters)
Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. said on Monday advertisers could now choose the Web sites that carry their ads and it was introducing animated graphical advertisements.

AMD saw light in a dark time (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - In 1999, Advanced Micro Devices was the money-losing ugly duckling of the tech boom. Engineers, drinking the Kool-Aid of the Internet, were leaving en masse for communications chip start-ups.

Google changing the way ads are created, priced (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - In a bid to appeal to a broader base of advertisers, Google is introducing changes that allow advertisers to create more eye-catching pitches and to target them to appear on certain Web sites.

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