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Microsoft hearing to appeal EU move set for April (Reuters)
Reuters - An appeal by Microsoft Corp. against a landmark antitrust decision by the European Commission will be heard on April 24-28 at the Court of First Instance (CFI) in Luxembourg, the court said on Wednesday.

Microsoft Releases Pilot of GUI Design Tool For Vista Apps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches a test version of its upcoming graphical user interface-design tool for applications built for the upcoming Windows Vista operating system.

Microsoft Helps Catch Bulgarian Phishers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has helped the authorities in Bulgaria arrest eight individuals who allegedly were running an international phishing operation intended to steal personal information from Web users around the world.

EU gives Microsoft extra time in anti-trust row (AFP)
EU competition commissioner Neelie Kroes, seen here in November 2005. The European Commission has given US software giant Microsoft an extra three weeks to submit documents justifying its position in a long-standing anti-trust case, a spokesman said.(AFP/File/Gerard Cerles)AFP - The European Commission has given US software giant Microsoft an extra three weeks to submit documents justifying its position in a long-standing anti-trust case, a spokesman said.


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Microsoft readies design tool previews (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Reaching out to graphical application designers, Microsoft on Tuesday is posting community technology previews (CTPs) of two tools from its Expression series.

Microsoft Hardens Vista Against Kernel-Mode Malware (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A far-reaching policy change will block untrusted drivers from loading on x64 versions of Windows Vista and Windows Server (Longhorn).

EC Grants Microsoft Extension; DoJ Says Tardy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The European Commission gave Microsoft an extension Monday to respond to charges relating to a 2004 antitrust ruling. Meanwhile the U.S. Department of Justice took the company to task for falling behind in providing documentation required under a 2002 antitrust settlement.

A Family Outfit vs. the Internet (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - The word is in, and it's no surprise: Online spending last year was up 22%, to $143.2 billion, according to ComScore Networks, a market research firm. Everyone, it seems, wants more Internet action, from the major players like Google , Microsoft , and Yahoo! fighting multibillion-dollar battles for online turf on down to local bookstores and shoe stores trying to pad their volumes.

Microsoft Unveils Small Business Resource (PC World)
PC World - Small Business Plus offers reference materials, limited tech support tailored to business type.

EU Extends Microsoft Antitrust Deadline (AP)
Visitors play with the new XBox of Microsoft during the 40th MIDEM (International Record Music Publishing and Video Music Market) in Cannes, southern France, Tuesday Jan. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)AP - The European Commission has agreed to extend a deadline for Microsoft Corp. to provide better documentation so its software programs can be used with competitors' products, the company said Tuesday.


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Researchers Launch Anti-Spyware Site (AP)
A desktop computer is seen in an undated file photo. Nearly nine out of 10 U.S. businesses suffered from a computer virus, spyware or other online attack in 2004 or 2005 despite widespread use of security software, according to an FBI survey released on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutAP - A corporate-backed Web site being launched by researchers from Harvard and Oxford universities seeks to become a clearinghouse for Internet users on spyware and other malicious software.


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Google Agrees to Censor Results in China (AP)
The Google logo. The US online search engine Google has bowed to China's censorship restrictions to gain access to the country's booming Internet market.(Google)AP - Online search engine leader Google Inc. has agreed to censor its results in China, adhering to the country's free-speech restrictions in return for better access in the Internet's fastest growing market.


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Jobs to Become Major Hollywood Player (AP)
Pixar Animation Studios Inc. CEO Steve Jobs, right, smiles next to Ed Catmull, left, president of Pixar at Pixar headquarters in Emeryville, Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006 after Walt Disney Co. announced it is buying longtime partner Pixar.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - As the co-founder and CEO of both Apple Computer Inc. and Pixar Animation Studios Inc., Steve Jobs has long bridged the sometimes wide gap between content creators in Hollywood and Silicon Valley technology companies.


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Firm to Launch Ad-Supported Music Videos (AP)
AP - A company behind a subscription video service for mobile phones has launched an ad-supported, 24-hour free music video channel for Internet-enabled phones, computers and other portable devices capable of playing video.

Adobe Acrobat Goes 3D (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Adobe Systems has introduced a major upgrade to its Acrobat product line, enabling the inclusion of three-dimensional, interactive graphics in PDF files. The update is aimed primarily at those in the manufacturing and technical-publishing fields.

Google bows to Chinese censorship with new search site (AFP)
The Google logo. The US online search engine Google has bowed to China's censorship restrictions to gain access to the country's booming Internet market.(Google)AFP - The US online search engine Google has bowed to China's censorship restrictions to gain access to the country's booming Internet market.


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Singer Brandy playing games with video firm (Reuters)
Reuters - Brandy Norwood, the actress and musician best known solely by her first name, is extending her talents into the video game world.

Faster Gear to Drive Wi-Fi Market (PC World)
PC World - Consumers will snap up products based on the draft 802.11n standard, researcher says.

Firefox Auto-Upgrade Users Become Surprise Beta Testers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some Firefox users may be wondering why they are using a version of the popular open-source browser that has yet to be released.

Microsoft hearing to appeal EU move set for April (Reuters)
Reuters - An appeal by Microsoft Corp. against a landmark antitrust decision by the European Commission will be heard on April 24-28 at the Court of First Instance (CFI) in Luxembourg, the court said on Wednesday.

Google bows to Chinese censorship with new search site (AFP)
The Google logo. The US online search engine Google has bowed to China's censorship restrictions to gain access to the country's booming Internet market.(Google)AFP - The US online search engine Google has bowed to China's censorship restrictions to gain access to the country's booming Internet market.


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Internet brain trust aims to shame spyware makers (Reuters)
A desktop computer is seen in an undated file photo. Nearly nine out of 10 U.S. businesses suffered from a computer virus, spyware or other online attack in 2004 or 2005 despite widespread use of security software, according to an FBI survey released on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Internet researchers at Harvard and Oxford universities said on Tuesday they are seeking to enlist Web users in a program to name and shame suppliers of spyware and other malicious software programs.


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Google to censor sensitive terms in China (Reuters)
A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing in this September 13, 2002 file photo. The Internet search giant will block politically sensitive terms on its new China site in a voluntary concession set on January 24, 2006, bowing to conditions set by Beijing in return for access to the world's number-two Internet market. (Andrew Wong/Reuters)Reuters - Internet search giant Google Inc. will block politically sensitive terms on its new China site, bowing to conditions set by Beijing in return for access to the world's number-two Internet market.


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Researchers Launch Anti-Spyware Site (AP)
A desktop computer is seen in an undated file photo. Nearly nine out of 10 U.S. businesses suffered from a computer virus, spyware or other online attack in 2004 or 2005 despite widespread use of security software, according to an FBI survey released on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutAP - A corporate-backed Web site being launched by researchers from Harvard and Oxford universities seeks to become a clearinghouse for Internet users on spyware and other malicious software.


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Cyberstalking Law Targets E-mail, But Could Chill Bloggers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A new law against cyberstalking hasn't been tested in court yet, but both stalking victims' advocates and privacy advocates are critical it.

Firm to Launch Ad-Supported Music Videos (AP)
AP - A company behind a subscription video service for mobile phones has launched an ad-supported, 24-hour free music video channel for Internet-enabled phones, computers and other portable devices capable of playing video.

Google Agrees to Censor Results in China (AP)
The Google logo. The US online search engine Google has bowed to China's censorship restrictions to gain access to the country's booming Internet market.(Google)AP - Online search engine leader Google Inc. has agreed to censor its results in China, adhering to the country's free-speech restrictions in return for better access in the Internet's fastest growing market.


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Poor Work Performance Blamed on Internet (AP)
** FILE ** A Malaysian Muslim woman surfs the Internet during the Multimeida Super Corridor Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 3, 2004. Poor work performance in one Malaysian state is blamed on Internet use for personal activities including downloading pornography, music and games, the national news agency reported Jan. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Teh Eng Koon)AP - About 20 percent of government staff in one Malaysian state use the Internet for personal activities including downloading pornography, music and games, the national news agency reported Tuesday.


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Ask Jeeves Releases Own Image Search (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Ask Jeeves launches its first proprietary technology for image search, which is the second-leading type of search on Ask Jeeves.

Ask.com Focuses on Image Search (PC World)
PC World - Company's updated image search engine uses technology developed in-house.

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