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Older Machines to Get Retooled Windows (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is working on a new Windows-based operating system designed to help companies make older machines run better.

Gates Working on New Book on Technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates is working on another book, once again about how technology is changing the way we live.

Microsoft lifts a few pages from Sony's book (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., which is trying to unseat gaming market leader Sony Corp. (6758.T), said on Wednesday the Japanese consumer electronics maker has lost some of the advantages that made its PlayStation gaming machine a top-selling video game console.

Japanese rivals Sony, Nintendo hit back at Microsoft (AFP)
AFP - Japanese companies Sony and Nintendo have come out fighting in the computer games wars barely a week after Microsoft went on the attack by unveiling its next-generation console.

Microsoft Intros Software For Small Retailers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Point Of Sale, which runs on a PC and replaces the cash register, provides small businesses with more analysis of customer and sales transactions.

CTOs From Microsoft, Sony, And Yahoo Say There's Lots To Fret About (TechWeb)
TechWeb - At a Silicon Valley dinner Tuesday night, chief technologists from Microsoft, Sony, and Yahoo lamented about the dangers of posting content online and the lack of technology standardization.

Bogus Microsoft Security Update Circulates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hackers again tried to bamboozle Windows users with bogus e-mails purporting to contain a comprehensive update to Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, and Outlook.

Microsoft Plans To Debut Beta of Internet Explorer 7 This Summer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates said his company would bring its latest edition of the Explorer browser to market earlier than planned. Explorer got a black eye in 2004 from worms that exploited weaknesses in the application's architecture.

Microsoft Poised for VoIP Push (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After years of quietly building a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) strategy on several fronts, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) now is stepping up its VoIP efforts and is poised for major initiatives in both the enterprise and carrier space.

Microsoft Hints at Enterprise Antivirus (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is likely to expand its antivirus technology soon to target larger enterprise customers, building on a recently announced service for small businesses and consumers.

FCC to Rule on 911 for Web Phone Services (AP)
AP - After a decade of wrangling between government and the wireless industry, there's still no certainty that when a cell phone is used to dial 911 an emergency dispatcher will automatically know the caller's location or phone number.

Survey: Software Piracy Rate Is Steady (AP)
AP - The rate of global computer software piracy was virtually unchanged last year, with illegal copies continuing to be most prevalent in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the U.S. Business Software Alliance.

Review: Acura's Brainy RL Sedan Dazzles (AP)
AP - With sandwiches in the cooler and water bottles in the cup holders, we departed for a road trip in a 2005 Acura RL sedan, equipped with more gadgetry than almost any other car available in North America.

Older Machines to Get Retooled Windows (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is working on a new Windows-based operating system designed to help companies make older machines run better.

New PalmOne Handheld Could Rival IPod (AP)
AP - SAN FRANCISCO — PalmOne Inc.'s new handheld with a built-in hard drive makes it possible to jam more rich content than ever into your pocket.

EBay to pop up on Time Warner Cable TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Online auctioneer eBay Inc. has struck a deal with Time Warner Cable to let cable customers make Internet bids through their televisions.

Square Enix says 2005/06 to be year of investment (Reuters)
Reuters - Square Enix Co. Ltd., publisher of the popular Final Fantasy game series, said on Wednesday that the current business year would be one of investment ahead of the launches of next-generation game consoles.

Vivendi profit beats consensus (Reuters)
Reuters - Vivendi Universal posted forecast-beating first-quarter operating profit on Thursday, helped by music hits from 50 Cent and Scissor Sisters and the success of the World of Warcraft video game.

In Brief: Zero G Software ships InstallAnywhere 7 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Zero G Software has released InstallAnywhere 7, the latest version of its multiplatform software deployment solution. New features in InstallAnywhere 7 make it easy for different applications to share components, enabling development teams to better collaborate while ensuring consistency and reducing footprint. Version 7 adds support for new platforms, including the latest versions of SuSE 9, RedHat Enterprise Server 4.0 and Fedora, Solaris 10, and Mac OS X Tiger.  Both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms are supported. InstallAnywhere is available in three editions: Enterprise Edition, priced at $2,999; Standard Edition, priced at $999; and InstallAnywhere.Net for $999.

3PAR Gets Dynamic With Lifecycle Management (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Dynamic Optimization software lets customers optimize service levels across all stages of disk-based data lifecycles, and lets administrators convert a data volume from one service level to another in seconds.

EBay to pop up on Time Warner Cable TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Online auctioneer eBay Inc. has struck a deal with Time Warner Cable to let cable customers make Internet bids through their televisions.

FCC to Rule on 911 for Web Phone Services (AP)
AP - After a decade of wrangling between government and the wireless industry, there's still no certainty that when a cell phone is used to dial 911 an emergency dispatcher will automatically know the caller's location or phone number.

SHOPTALK: Experimenting With Viral (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Colle + McVoy's John Jarvis says he and his agency weren't looking for glory or attention when they created howdiditgoin.com, a Web site devoted to outlandish theories on how Tiger Woods sank the incredible chip on the 16th green in this year's Masters. They just wanted to give viral advertising a try. "We've recommended and made suggestions to clients several times to do viral stuff, and no one's bitten on it," says Jarvis, CEO and chief creative officer of the Minneapolis agency. "We decided we needed to get some experience."

'Star Wars' Fans Jam Web Sites In Anticipation (TechWeb)
TechWeb - 'Star Wars' fans have boosted traffic an average of 168 percent at three major Web sites focused on the soon-to-be released sixth movie in the popular sci-fi movie saga, a research firm said Wednesday.

Turner Broadcasting Signs IM Deal With AOL (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Under the deal, AOL Instant Messenger and ICQ IM will be integrated into a games-on-demand broadband service that TBS is scheduled to launch in the fall.

Google Pushes Security In Enterprise Desktop Search Launch (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google said the corporate application, available for download at no charge, gives IT administrators control over the product's communication with Google servers.

Kylie Minogue Site Overloaded (AP)
AP - Kylie Minogue's Web site was operating on "a reduced service" Wednesday because of the large number of visitors checking for updates since the singer revealed she has breast cancer.

CTOs From Microsoft, Sony, And Yahoo Say There's Lots To Fret About (TechWeb)
TechWeb - At a Silicon Valley dinner Tuesday night, chief technologists from Microsoft, Sony, and Yahoo lamented about the dangers of posting content online and the lack of technology standardization.

Bogus Microsoft Security Update Circulates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hackers again tried to bamboozle Windows users with bogus e-mails purporting to contain a comprehensive update to Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, and Outlook.

Software Piracy Will Get Worse, Study Says (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As Internet use broadens, it is likely that software piracy also will expand, according to a study done by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) and research firm IDC.

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