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Pen Computing Pioneer Says Microsoft Conspired To 'Kill' His Company (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Jerrold Kaplan, formerly with Go Computer, says he has evidence that Microsoft set out to crush his business and has filed an antitrust suit.

Microsoft: Indigo patents would not affect interoperability (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft said its willingness to file patents on its planned Indigo Web-services technology will not affect the software’s ability to interoperate with other vendors’ software.

Microsoft Upgrades Digital-Photo Software (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches an upgrade of its software for organizing, enhancing and sharing digital photos.

Microsoft 'Project Greenhouse' Aims To Break New Product Ground (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Information Worker unit has heated up an internal incubator to foster development of new products and businesses.

Kaplan: Microsoft Tried to Crush Startup (AP)
AP - The inventor of one of the precursors to handheld devices — an operating system that enabled computer users to write with a pen instead of a keyboard — long suspected Microsoft Corp. of crushing his business.

Go Computer founder in antitrust suit (Reuters)
Reuters - The founder of Go Computer, a pioneer of pen-based computing that was once seen as a possible alternative to Microsoft Corp.'s operating systems, filed antitrust lawsuits against Microsoft last week.

Microsoft Previews CRM 3.0 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is offering a peek at its latest customer relationship management software, which features several improvements over the company's previous offerings. These improvements include new configuration, customization and integration capabilities designed to help users deploy stronger customer-related applications.

Microsoft purchase of Claria rumored (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Insiders and some industry observers said Thursday a rumored deal between software giant Microsoft and online advertising company Claria is a long shot at best.

Microsoft, Siebel push partners to improve products (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - As the competition for CRM customers intensifies, enterprise ISVs are turning to business partners to create value-add features and services for their offerings.

Sun Opens Up to Windows (PC World)
PC World - Company considers selling Microsoft's OS on its servers.

AOL Takes Streaming Video to Next Level (AP)
AP - How times have changed since Victoria's Secret tried to broadcast its Spring Fashion Show over the Internet more than six years ago.

Amazon.com Sitting Pretty 10 Years Later (AP)
AP - Soon after Amazon.com Inc. debuted 10 years ago, Jeff Bezos and his handful of employees spent late summer nights packing books in a tiny warehouse, scrambling to ship a growing gush of orders. Today, the man who has grown accustomed to being hailed the king of Internet commerce runs a global powerhouse that did nearly $7 billion in sales last year, dealing in everything from banjo cases to wild boar baby back ribs.

Teen Allegedly Confesses to Creating Worm (AP)
AP - A German teenager reiterated his confession to creating last year's "Sasser" computer worm as he went on trial Tuesday on computer sabotage and related charges, a court official said.

Kaplan: Microsoft Tried to Crush Startup (AP)
AP - The inventor of one of the precursors to handheld devices — an operating system that enabled computer users to write with a pen instead of a keyboard — long suspected Microsoft Corp. of crushing his business.

More Computer Classes Urged for Kids (AP)
AP - Even in a nation where most every school has Internet access and computer use often starts by nursery school, teachers of technology see a warning message flashing.

Consumers Still Want Their CDs, FM Radio (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Use of digital players, satellite radio and online subscription services are on the rise, but most U.S. consumers still rely on CDs and FM radio as their primary source of music, a research firm says.

The Print Shop: Print Anything You Want (PC World)
PC World - Considering the variety of things you can print yourself, personal printers are downright revolutionary.

Crown Castle Plans To Bring TV Service To Cell Phone Users (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Crown Castle International is looking for a partner to finance an ambitious project to beam digital TV to mobile phones -- and now's as good a time as any to find one.

Firefox Already Ported to Mactel Platform (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple has wasted little time establishing the groundwork for its forthcoming Intel-based Mac machines. With the help of the Mozilla Foundation, the company already has gotten the open-source Firefox Web browser to run on the "Mactel" platform.

Microsoft: Indigo patents would not affect interoperability (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft said its willingness to file patents on its planned Indigo Web-services technology will not affect the software’s ability to interoperate with other vendors’ software.

AOL to help users update contacts, control privacy (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet services company America Online Inc. plans to offer new services that can give its subscribers greater control over their personal data, the company said on Wednesday.

AOL Takes Streaming Video to Next Level (AP)
AP - How times have changed since Victoria's Secret tried to broadcast its Spring Fashion Show over the Internet more than six years ago.

Consumers Still Want Their CDs, FM Radio (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Use of digital players, satellite radio and online subscription services are on the rise, but most U.S. consumers still rely on CDs and FM radio as their primary source of music, a research firm says.

AOL Unveils More Video Content For Portal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online unveils a variety of content providers expected to contribute video to its upcoming entertainment portal.

Hackers make way for criminals, experts say (Reuters)
Reuters - Spotty teenage hackers who set off global email viruses are being replaced by serious online crooks whose stealth attacks don't make headlines but cause more damage, security software makers said on Tuesday.

EU to propose licencing reform for online music copyright (AFP)
AFP - The European Commission believes online copyright laws on the continent for music -- currently a booming industry -- are outdated and need to be reformed.

German teen admits to unleashing Sasser computer worm pandemic (AFP)
AFP - A German teenager confessed on the first day of his trial to creating the Internet Sasser worm that waylaid millions of computers around the globe last year.

Advocates Clamor For Public Schools To Expand Computer Courses (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Despite near-universal Internet access, states have few standards or required computer-related courses for public school students.

Amazon.com Sitting Pretty 10 Years Later (AP)
AP - Soon after Amazon.com Inc. debuted 10 years ago, Jeff Bezos and his handful of employees spent late summer nights packing books in a tiny warehouse, scrambling to ship a growing gush of orders. Today, the man who has grown accustomed to being hailed the king of Internet commerce runs a global powerhouse that did nearly $7 billion in sales last year, dealing in everything from banjo cases to wild boar baby back ribs.

More arrests, computers seized in FBI piracy bust (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - WASHINGTON - The Justice Department seized hundreds of computers and arrested four people in an international crackdown on Internet pirates illegally distributing copyrighted video games, software and first-run movies, such as the latest episode of ``Star Wars.''

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