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Microsoft in Deal to Launch MSN China (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it formed a joint venture with Shanghai Alliance Investment Ltd. to launch Web portal MSN China later this spring.

Microsoft, Massachusetts target spammers in lawsuit (Reuters)
Reuters - Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly filed suit on Wednesday against an Internet spam ring operating near Boston, using information obtained by Microsoft Corp. in its fight against unsolicited e-mail touting everything from miracle drugs to get-rich-quick schemes.

Firefox Flaws Just a Numbers Game (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The announcement of several critical security flaws in Mozilla's Firefox Web browser has prompted much press about whether alternate browsers are, in fact, more secure than Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Gets Ready for 3G (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) on Tuesday announced its newest operating system for handhelds, Windows Mobile 5.0. It is an update that promises to put the company in position to vie for OS dominance not just on handhelds, but also on smartphones.

Microsoft Looks to Lessen Product-Licensing Complexities (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is making more tweaks to its volume-licensing plans. This time around, it's simplifying its product-use terms, as well as streamlining the number of licensing models it is offering business users.

Microsoft Releases Windows Mobile 5.0 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates unveiled Tuesday the newest version of the Windows Mobile software platform at the company's annual mobile and embedded developers conference in Las Vegas.

Information Leaks Too Fast for Microsoft (AP)
AP - The difficulty of keeping secrets in the instantaneous age of the Internet and digital cameras should come as no surprise to the world's leading technology company, Microsoft Corp. But this week, the behemoth software maker apparently was caught off guard.

Next Microsoft Office Coming in 2006 (PC World)
PC World - Office suite will feature enhanced document sharing, more collaboration features.

Microsoft inks two JVs to expand MSN in China (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it would form two new ventures for its MSN Internet service in China, becoming the latest player to expand in the crowded market.

Microsoft Unveils New Windows Mobile (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled Tuesday a new version of its Windows operating system for mobile devices that adds such features as PowerPoint viewing while making it easier for gadget makers to equip phones and handheld computers with typewriter keyboards and iPod-sized hard drives.

Yahoo Low-Cost Music Service Hurts Rivals (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s steeply discounted foray into online music subscriptions struck a sour note Wednesday with the shareholders of Napster Inc. and RealNetworks Inc. — the owners of the rival services that stand to lose the most from the new competitive threat.

Mass. Attorney General Sues Spammers (AP)
AP - A state judge ordered the shutdown on Wednesday of what Massachusetts authorities called one of the world's largest spam rings, generating millions of unsolicited e-mails monthly.

43 Pct. of Adults Get 'Phishing' Contacts (AP)
AP - Rebecca Tennille considered herself a savvy consumer, but when she got an e-mail that looked like it was from her bank, she followed its instructions to go to a Web site to verify some personal information.

Scientists Complain About Pentagon Cuts (AP)
AP - The Pentagon has in recent years decreased university funding for basic computer research in favor of projects that produce near-term results — and prominent scientists and industry executives say that could undercut U.S. technology leadership and economic well-being.

Review: Content Mars Akimbo TV Service (AP)
AP - Hundreds of TV channels are now available, and digital video recorders make it easy to watch shows whenever you find the time. Still, the advances have done little to end the refrain: There's nothing on TV.

HHS Revises 'Birds and Bees' Web Site (AP)
AP - The federal government has changed its Web site advising parents how to talk to their children about sex after several groups said it presented biased and inaccurate information.

HP printing chief: job cuts good 1st step (Reuters)
Reuters - The chief of Hewlett-Packard Co.'s lucrative printing business said on Tuesday that recent job cuts were a "good first step" toward improving the unit that contributes the vast bulk of HP's profits.

PDAs Keep Losing Ground to Smart Phones (AP)
AP - Shipments of handheld computers declined for the fifth straight quarter amid growth of so-called smart phones and other devices combining organizer functions with cell phone capabilities, the research firm IDC said Wednesday.

Dell's Investment Shows Red Hat Is Red Hot (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Company Chairman Michael Dell's major investment in Red Hat shows the strength of the Linux server and desktop markets, and may imply future moves for the computer company.

Microsoft Gets Ready for 3G (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) on Tuesday announced its newest operating system for handhelds, Windows Mobile 5.0. It is an update that promises to put the company in position to vie for OS dominance not just on handhelds, but also on smartphones.

43 Pct. of Adults Get 'Phishing' Contacts (AP)
AP - Rebecca Tennille considered herself a savvy consumer, but when she got an e-mail that looked like it was from her bank, she followed its instructions to go to a Web site to verify some personal information.

Yahoo Low-Cost Music Service Hurts Rivals (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s steeply discounted foray into online music subscriptions struck a sour note Wednesday with the shareholders of Napster Inc. and RealNetworks Inc. — the owners of the rival services that stand to lose the most from the new competitive threat.

HHS Revises 'Birds and Bees' Web Site (AP)
AP - The federal government has changed its Web site advising parents how to talk to their children about sex after several groups said it presented biased and inaccurate information.

Warner Music falls in debut on online concerns (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Music Group's shares fell as much as 7.3 percent in their first day of trading on Wednesday on concerns about the impact that online music would have on the future of record companies.

Microsoft in Deal to Launch MSN China (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it formed a joint venture with Shanghai Alliance Investment Ltd. to launch Web portal MSN China later this spring.

Interwoven launches pre-built intranet, extranet packages (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Interwoven on Wednesday unveiled prepackaged intranet and extranet offerings designed to help enterprises quickly build and populate targeted Web sites.

Avenue A/Razorfish Combo Pays Off (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Nine months after acquiring i-shop SBI.Razorfish, aQuantive is beginning to see the benefits of complementing Web marketing services with Web site creative.

Low-cost Yahoo online music service could shake up sector (AFP)
AFP - Yahoo's new online music service, coming at less than half the price of similar services, could shake up the sector and deal severe blows to companies like RealNetworks, Napster and Apple, analysts say.

Financial blogs multiply (Reuters)
Reuters - The blogosphere gives me a headache!

Warner Music falls in debut (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Music Group's shares fell as much as 7.3 percent in their first day of trading on Wednesday on concerns about the impact that online music would have on the future of record companies.

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