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Origami: Microsoft's 'OrPod' Alternative to the iPod? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Will Microsoft do the unthinkable and field an all-in-one consumer/business ultra-portable, designed to take on Apple, Palm and maybe RIM, too?

Microsoft Vows to Fight S. Korean Decision (AP)
Alan Bowman, Microsoft Corp. general manager of entertainment and devices for Asia Pacific and Greater China, talks during an interview with The Associated Press in Seoul Thursday, Feb. 23. Bowman said the Microsoft Corp. is no hurry as it evaluates China for a possible launch of the Xbox 360, the company official in charge of the game console for the region. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)AP - Microsoft Corp. vowed Friday to appeal a decision by South Korea's antitrust regulators concluding the U.S. company had abused its market dominance and ordering it to offer alternative versions of Windows.


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Microsoft Releases Enterprise Vista Beta (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has released the first beta version of its Windows Vista operating system that incorporates all the fundamental capabilities the software company expects to ship in the final release of the OS later this year.

Microsoft Sets New Web Apps (PC World)
PC World - The company's most ambitious Web initiative yet brings free and for-fee sites and services to businesses and individuals.

Microsoft Tests Windows Live Parental Controls (PC World)
PC World - New service would allow parents to control their children's online activity.

Microsoft ALM server to debut with limited Internet access (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft's soon-to-be-released Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server initially will be limited in how users can access it over the Internet, according to a Microsoft blogger.

Microsoft Posts Response to Charges Online (AP)
Alan Bowman, Microsoft Corp. general manager of entertainment and devices for Asia Pacific and Greater China, talks during an interview with The Associated Press in Seoul Thursday, Feb. 23. Bowman said the Microsoft Corp. is no hurry as it evaluates China for a possible launch of the Xbox 360, the company official in charge of the game console for the region. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)AP - Microsoft Corp. took the unusual step Thursday of making public its formal response to European Union charges that it was failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling.


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Microsoft to make EU dispute documents public (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates at the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 27, 2006. A group of Microsoft rivals and customers filed a new complaint with the European Commission on Wednesday, accusing the U.S. software giant of competing unfairly. REUTERS/Pascal LauenerReuters - Microsoft said it was posting on the Web confidential documents used in its defense as it fought the threat of European Commission antitrust fines reaching up to 2 million euros ($2.4 million) a day.


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New BI Projects Taking Root in Microsoft's Information Worker Greenhouse (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Updated: 'News to Me' and "Business Context Sniffer' are the latest two business-intelligence initiatives that Microsoft is hoping to cultivate as commercial offerings.

Microsoft rivals file antitrust complaint (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - A group of Microsoft's rivals filed a complaint with the European Commission on Wednesday, alleging the software giant's business practices threatened to deny real choice among competing software products.

Blackberry Hearing Ends With No Decision (AP)
The BlackBerry 7100t is displayed during the 3GSM World Congress 2005 in a Cannes, France file photo from Feb. 15, 2005. The two companies warring over the popular BlackBerry device head for a courtroom showdow, when a judge begins weighing an injunction on the wireless e-mail service.  (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)AP - A judge ended a hearing over a request for an injunction against the maker of the handheld BlackBerry device without issuing a decision Friday.


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Mich. Teen Downloads Billionth ITunes Song (AP)
AP - Alex Ostrovsky got more than he bargained for when downloading Coldplay's "Speed of Sound" from the iTunes Music Store.

Microsoft Vows to Fight S. Korean Decision (AP)
Alan Bowman, Microsoft Corp. general manager of entertainment and devices for Asia Pacific and Greater China, talks during an interview with The Associated Press in Seoul Thursday, Feb. 23. Bowman said the Microsoft Corp. is no hurry as it evaluates China for a possible launch of the Xbox 360, the company official in charge of the game console for the region. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)AP - Microsoft Corp. vowed Friday to appeal a decision by South Korea's antitrust regulators concluding the U.S. company had abused its market dominance and ordering it to offer alternative versions of Windows.


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EasyJet Launches Online Check-In Service (AP)
AP - Low-cost European airline easyJet PLC launched Internet check-in for its passengers flying out of Britain on Thursday, a move that echoes the service unveiled by rival Ryanair Holdings PLC last month.

Lenovo Makes Global Push With Computers (AP)
A security guard walks infront of the Lenovo headquaters in Shanghai, August 10, 2005. - Lenovo Group Ltd., the world's No. 3 PC maker, will soon start selling low-priced computers targeted at small U.S. businesses, taking the Lenovo brand outside China for the first time, said an analyst familiar with the matter. REUTERS/Aly SongAP - Stepping up competition in the PC industry, Lenovo Group Ltd., the world's third-largest computer maker, is introducing its first Lenovo-branded computers to be sold outside its home base of China.


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Sheryl Crow has cancer surgery, postpones tour (Reuters)
Sheryl Crow is seen in New York September 28, 2005. Crow had surgery for breast cancer and postponed a North American tour scheduled to start next month, the singer announced on her Web site on Friday. REUTERS/Albert FerreiraReuters - Grammy winner Sheryl Crow had surgery for breast cancer and postponed a North American tour scheduled to start next month, the singer announced on her Web site on Friday.


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s.beat combines MP3 player, tools of survival (Reuters)
Reuters - The famous Swiss Army Knife has added yet another tool to its roster of multi-use capabilities -- MP3 player.

Nokia must be alert to acquisitions -incoming CEO (Reuters)
Reuters - The world's top mobile phone maker Nokia Oyj (NOK1V.HE) must keep an eye out for possible acquisitions, the company's incoming Chief Executive Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo was reported as saying on Friday.

IBM Subpoenas Competitors In SCO Code-Use Case (TechWeb)
TechWeb - IBM is demanding information from Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Sun Microsystems and former SCO financier BayStar Capital, as part of its defense against SCO's 2003 lawsuit.

Merge Technologies Down; Delays Filing (AP)
AP - Shares of Merge Technologies Inc. fell sharply Friday, after the software services provider delayed its fourth-quarter filing in order to complete an audit of its financial statements.

Sheryl Crow has cancer surgery, postpones tour (Reuters)
Sheryl Crow is seen in New York September 28, 2005. Crow had surgery for breast cancer and postponed a North American tour scheduled to start next month, the singer announced on her Web site on Friday. REUTERS/Albert FerreiraReuters - Grammy winner Sheryl Crow had surgery for breast cancer and postponed a North American tour scheduled to start next month, the singer announced on her Web site on Friday.


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Mich. Teen Downloads Billionth ITunes Song (AP)
AP - Alex Ostrovsky got more than he bargained for when downloading Coldplay's "Speed of Sound" from the iTunes Music Store.

Google Unveils Web-Design Tool (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google has added another service to its portfolio of online offerings with the launch this week of Page Creator, a free tool for creating personal Web sites.

Breaking Down Walls For Interactivity (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - There was a time when young creatives toiling in the world of Web advertising were relegated to the kids' table at the marketing buffet. But with clients increasing, however incrementally, their online spends -- from just under $3 billion in 1999 to a projected $8.6 billion this year--and heightening their demand for integration across platforms, agencies are removing the barriers between their interactive and traditional creative disciplines.

US National Archives video available worldwide over Internet (AFP)
Sign at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Online search giant Google has teamed with the US National Archives to make historic films viewable worldwide via the Internet, they announced.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Online search giant Google has teamed with the US National Archives to make historic films viewable worldwide via the Internet, they announced.


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Billionth song downloaded from US online iTunes music store (AFP)
A man holds an iPod as he sits in front of an Apple Powerbook laptop running iTunes software. US-based Apple Computers crossed the billion-song threshold at its internationally popular online iTunes music store.(AFP/DDP/File/Oliver Stratmann)AFP - US-based Apple Computers crossed the billion-song threshold at its internationally popular online iTunes music store.


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Apple's iTunes: One Billion Downloads and Counting (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - If you had suggested three years ago that Apple's iTunes would mark the sale of its billionth download in early 2006, you likely would have been the butt of several jokes. However, that is exactly what happened on February 23 when Alex Ostrovsky purchased a download of Coldplay's "Speed of Sound."

Midway and Double Fusion strike video game ad deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Video game publisher Midway Games Inc. has struck a multiyear deal with advertising company Double Fusion to place ads in upcoming games played via online connections.

Google Page Creator Closed to New Users (PC World)
PC World - Web page creation and hosting service attracted too many users, search giant says.

Google May Be Flirting with Social Bookmarks (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Rumor has it that the next project for the search leader taps into social networking, much like Yahoo's photo-sharing service Flickr.

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