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BT to Launch Interactive TV Services (AP)
AP - Britain's biggest phone company will use Microsoft Corp.'s technology to launch interactive TV services, joining a crowd of telephone companies around the globe who've allied with the software maker in a bid to compete with cable TV.

Microsoft Unveils Cut-Rate Windows XP (AP)
AP - Beset by rampant counterfeiting across Latin America, Microsoft on Tuesday introduced a cut-rate, reduced version of Windows XP that is aimed at first-time, low-income computer users who might otherwise run pirated software.

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 2000 Rollup Under Deadline (TechWeb)
TechWeb - With just two days to spare, Microsoft posts the final update to Windows 2000, which is scheduled to roll off mainstream support on June 30.

Gates Reiterates Support for Tablet PCs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Despite sluggish adoption rates and indifference from mainstream consumers, the tablet PC still has a chance to succeed, noted Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) chairman Bill Gates.

BT Opts For Microsoft's IPTV Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - BT has chosen Microsoft's Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) software platform to deliver TV over broadband in the U.K. The operator plans to trial a service early next year , with a commercial service expected to begin in the summer of 2006.

Microsoft Tests Tool For Computer Classrooms (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Shared Computer Toolkit helps administrators erase downloaded programs and restore deleted files.

Microsoft Partners With Japan Colleges (AP)
AP - Microsoft is strengthening its partnership with Japanese universities to promote joint projects and exchange among researchers, the American software company said Tuesday.

UK's BT plans to offer TV via broadband next year (Reuters)
Reuters - BT Group Plc plans to launch television over high-speed Internet connections next summer as the UK's top fixed-line operator seeks new revenue sources to make up for a decline in its phone business.

Microsoft Launches Telecom Partnership Plan (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Plan is designed to create synergy between itself and network equipment providers, independent software providers, carriers and systems integrators.

BT to use Microsoft software for Web TV (Reuters)
Reuters - BT Group Plc will use Microsoft Corp.'s software system to broadcast television programs over high-speed Internet lines in the United Kingdom, the companies said on Tuesday.

Microsoft Unveils Cut-Rate Windows XP (AP)
AP - Beset by rampant counterfeiting across Latin America, Microsoft on Tuesday introduced a cut-rate, reduced version of Windows XP that is aimed at first-time, low-income computer users who might otherwise run pirated software.

Apple Upgrades IPod and ITunes (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. released new software Tuesday designed to make it easier for users to listen to the increasingly popular, but largely unstructured podcast offerings.

BT to Launch Interactive TV Services (AP)
AP - Britain's biggest phone company will use Microsoft Corp.'s technology to launch interactive TV services, joining a crowd of telephone companies around the globe who've allied with the software maker in a bid to compete with cable TV.

Google Shares Remain Above $300 Mark (AP)
AP - Google Inc. shares maintained their perch above the $300 mark Tuesday on the same day the Internet search leader unveiled a new satellite-based three dimensional mapping product.

AMD Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Intel (AP)
AP - Intel Corp. pushed price cuts and rebates on computer sellers in exchange for exclusionary contracts — and punished those that used competing microprocessors, rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. claims in a lawsuit against the world's leading chip maker.

T-Mobile Offers 3G Web Access to Germany (AP)
AP - Germany's T-Mobile International AG said Tuesday it has launched high-speed Internet access on mobile phones for its German subscribers and plans to expand the service to Britain, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands this year.

Xerox Cuts Prices on Printers, Copiers (PC World)
PC World - Entry-level color printer price drops to $900 in largest office product launch in two years.

T-Mobile teams up with Google for mobile internet (Reuters)
Reuters - Deutsche Telekom's mobile arm T-Mobile will use Web search leader Google as the starting point for its clients who surf the Internet on their mobile phones, T-Mobile said on Wednesday.

BEA, Eclipse make marks at JavaOne (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - BEA Systems and the Eclipse Foundation are making their marks at the JavaOne conference this week, focusing on JVMs and open source projects, respectively.

Sun to Acquire SeeBeyond for $387M Cash (AP)
AP - Announcing its second major acquisition in less than a month, computer maker Sun Microsystems Inc. said Tuesday it will buy business-integration software provider SeeBeyond Technology Corp. for $387 million in cash.

T-Mobile Offers 3G Web Access to Germany (AP)
AP - Germany's T-Mobile International AG said Tuesday it has launched high-speed Internet access on mobile phones for its German subscribers and plans to expand the service to Britain, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands this year.

Pakistan Internet link repairs to take three days (Reuters)
Reuters - Pakistan's data and Internet links with the outside world will be affected until at least the weekend as repairs are carried out on a faulty undersea fiber-optic cable, telecommunications officials said on Wednesday.

T-Mobile teams up with Google for mobile internet (Reuters)
Reuters - Deutsche Telekom's mobile arm T-Mobile will use Web search leader Google as the starting point for its clients who surf the Internet on their mobile phones, T-Mobile said on Wednesday.

Iran's holiest shrine opens to virtual pilgrims (Reuters)
Reuters - Visiting Iran's holiest Shi'ite Muslim Shrine is now just one click away thanks to a new Internet service for those who cannot visit in person.

Quiet those tantrums with mobile Looneys (Reuters)
Reuters - Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Tweety are among the perennial animated favorites to be shown on the Looney Tunes and Friends mobile video channel, Warner Bros. Online and Sprint are set to announce Wednesday.

Apple Upgrades IPod and ITunes (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. released new software Tuesday designed to make it easier for users to listen to the increasingly popular, but largely unstructured podcast offerings.

Google Shares Remain Above $300 Mark (AP)
AP - Google Inc. shares maintained their perch above the $300 mark Tuesday on the same day the Internet search leader unveiled a new satellite-based three dimensional mapping product.

Google Offers New Version of Personalized Search (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google launches in beta a new version of personalized search that learns from people's search histories and the results they've clicked on.

Pentagon Starts Web Site for Troop Support (AP)
AP - The Pentagon has set up a Web site for people looking for ways to show their support for U.S. troops — and to show the troops what people at home are doing on their behalf.

Google Tests 'Personalized' Search (PC World)
PC World - Service tailors your query results based on your previous searches.

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