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Microsoft to offer 6 versions of Windows Vista (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans six core offerings of its upcoming Windows Vista operating system, targeting how people use computers instead of PC hardware specifications, the company said on Monday.

Microsoft Plans New Windows Products (AP)
Microsoft's senior vice president Pieter Knook, seen here on right, and South Korean Information and Communication Minister Chin Dae-Je, center and walk past the front of the company's mobile laboratory in Seoul. US software giant Microsoft says it will appeal a ruling by South Korea's antitrust authorities that it remove popular software tools from its Windows operating systems(AFP/File/Yeon-je Jung)AP - The most common consumer version of Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows operating system will include tools for things like recording and watching television, along with other functions aimed at using the PC for entertainment purposes.


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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)
Microsoft's senior vice president Pieter Knook, seen here on right, and South Korean Information and Communication Minister Chin Dae-Je, center and walk past the front of the company's mobile laboratory in Seoul. US software giant Microsoft says it will appeal a ruling by South Korea's antitrust authorities that it remove popular software tools from its Windows operating systems(AFP/File/Yeon-je Jung)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)
Microsoft's senior vice president Pieter Knook, seen here on right, and South Korean Information and Communication Minister Chin Dae-Je, center and walk past the front of the company's mobile laboratory in Seoul. US software giant Microsoft says it will appeal a ruling by South Korea's antitrust authorities that it remove popular software tools from its Windows operating systems(AFP/File/Yeon-je Jung)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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Ask Bouncing Butler in Ambitious Makeover (AP)
Ask.com CEO Steve Berkowitz poses for a portrait next to an image of the search engine's new look at the company's headquarters in Oakland, Calif. on Feb. 24, 2006. After spending the last decade building its brand around a cartoon character named Jeeves, Ask.com wants everyone to forget the dainty butler and remember its long-overhauled Internet search engine as the next best thing to Google. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)AP - After spending the last decade building its brand around a cartoon character named Jeeves, Ask.com wants everyone to forget the dainty butler and remember its long-overlooked Internet search engine as the next best thing to Google.


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Microsoft Plans New Windows Products (AP)
Microsoft's senior vice president Pieter Knook, seen here on right, and South Korean Information and Communication Minister Chin Dae-Je, center and walk past the front of the company's mobile laboratory in Seoul. US software giant Microsoft says it will appeal a ruling by South Korea's antitrust authorities that it remove popular software tools from its Windows operating systems(AFP/File/Yeon-je Jung)AP - The most common consumer version of Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows operating system will include tools for things like recording and watching television, along with other functions aimed at using the PC for entertainment purposes.


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Survey: Rural Broadband Users Closing Gap (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Smoke wafts up from the chimney on the farmhouse rental property of Pat Cole and her husband, Alan Cole, Dec. 21, 2005, in Westmore, Vt. Lake Willoughby and the Vermont countryside are seen in the background. When Pat Cole added 'broadband access' to her Internet advertisement for the property, the number of inquiries about the renovated farmhouse increased. (AP Photo/Alden Pellett)AP - The use of high-speed Internet services is growing fast in rural America, partly closing the gap between country and city, a survey shows.


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Neurological Technology Attracts Doctors (AP)
AP - Don Falk stretched his right arm over his head, past the faint marks where a surgeon sank two wires deep in his brain, to show how uncontrollable tremors in his hand used to slap him awake in the morning.

Smaller Brands Rise in Electronics Market (AP)
AP - Steve Forman is getting ready to join the flat-panel television craze. Lower-priced 42-inch models are top candidates.

Darren McGavin dies at 83 (Reuters)
An undated publicity photograph shows Darren McGavin, 83, (C, seated) playing a grouchy dad in the 1983 holiday classic film 'A Christmas Story'. McGavin died of natural causes at a Los Angeles-area hospital with his family by his side on February 25, 2006, family members said. Shown in the scene are (L-R) Peter Billingsley, McGavin, Ian Petrella and Melinda Dillon. REUTERS/Turner Broadcasting System/HandoutReuters - Emmy-winning actor Darren McGavin, who played grouchy monster chaser Carl Kolchak in the 1970s television series "Kolchak: The Night Stalker," died on Saturday at a Los Angeles hospital, according to a statement on his Web site. He was 83.


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Microsoft to offer 6 versions of Windows Vista (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans six core offerings of its upcoming Windows Vista operating system, targeting how people use computers instead of PC hardware specifications, the company said on Monday.

Precious Art Stolen During Brazil Carnival (AP)
A dancer participates in the parade of 'Alegria da Zona Sul' samba school at the sambodrome in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Satuday, Feb. 25, 2006. The main samba schools parade Sunday and Monday. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)AP - Taking advantage of the chaos of a Carnival parade, thieves slipped into an art museum and stole paintings valued at tens of millions of dollars, even stripping visitors of cell phones, digital cameras and wallets before fleeing.


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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.

Software AG enters SOA fray (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Software AG is packaging existing products into an integrated platform for SOA management and governance, with the CentraSite registry and repository serving as the linchpin of the platform.

Ask Bouncing Butler in Ambitious Makeover (AP)
Ask.com CEO Steve Berkowitz poses for a portrait next to an image of the search engine's new look at the company's headquarters in Oakland, Calif. on Feb. 24, 2006. After spending the last decade building its brand around a cartoon character named Jeeves, Ask.com wants everyone to forget the dainty butler and remember its long-overhauled Internet search engine as the next best thing to Google. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)AP - After spending the last decade building its brand around a cartoon character named Jeeves, Ask.com wants everyone to forget the dainty butler and remember its long-overlooked Internet search engine as the next best thing to Google.


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Survey: Rural Broadband Users Closing Gap (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Smoke wafts up from the chimney on the farmhouse rental property of Pat Cole and her husband, Alan Cole, Dec. 21, 2005, in Westmore, Vt. Lake Willoughby and the Vermont countryside are seen in the background. When Pat Cole added 'broadband access' to her Internet advertisement for the property, the number of inquiries about the renovated farmhouse increased. (AP Photo/Alden Pellett)AP - The use of high-speed Internet services is growing fast in rural America, partly closing the gap between country and city, a survey shows.


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Darren McGavin dies at 83 (Reuters)
An undated publicity photograph shows Darren McGavin, 83, (C, seated) playing a grouchy dad in the 1983 holiday classic film 'A Christmas Story'. McGavin died of natural causes at a Los Angeles-area hospital with his family by his side on February 25, 2006, family members said. Shown in the scene are (L-R) Peter Billingsley, McGavin, Ian Petrella and Melinda Dillon. REUTERS/Turner Broadcasting System/HandoutReuters - Emmy-winning actor Darren McGavin, who played grouchy monster chaser Carl Kolchak in the 1970s television series "Kolchak: The Night Stalker," died on Saturday at a Los Angeles hospital, according to a statement on his Web site. He was 83.


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Japan's ruling party turns heat on opposition over Livedoor e-mail fiasco (AFP)
Japanese newspapers and news magazine carry its front page and cover story of Takafumi Horie, President of Japan's internet firm Livedoor. Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party went on the offensive against opposition allegations that a son of the LDP chief had received secret campaign cash from the founder of the scandal-hit Internet firm.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party went on the offensive against opposition allegations that a son of the LDP chief had received secret campaign cash from the founder of scandal-hit Internet firm Livedoor.


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Future of the Internet Highway Debated (AP)
Computer connected to the internet.  Fast-evolving Internet and communications technology is outpacing privacy laws and leaving a treasure trove of personal data prey to government surveillance, a new report warned.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AP - On the Internet, the traffic cops are blind — they don't look at the data they're directing, and they don't give preferential treatment.


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US paratroopers charged in gay porn site (Reuters)
Reuters - Seven paratroopers from the U.S. Army's elite 82nd Airborne Division have been charged with being paid to have sex that was filmed for a gay pornographic Web site, an Army spokesman said on Saturday.

Justice Dept. Rejects Google's Concerns (AP)
Ask.com CEO Steve Berkowitz poses for a portrait next to an image of the search engine's new look at the company's headquarters in Oakland, Calif. on Feb. 24, 2006. After spending the last decade building its brand around a cartoon character named Jeeves, Ask.com wants everyone to forget the dainty butler and remember its long-overhauled Internet search engine as the next best thing to Google. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)AP - Concerns by Google Inc. that a Bush administration demand to examine millions of its users' Internet search requests would violate privacy rights are unwarranted, the Justice Department said in a court filing.


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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.

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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Google Makes National Archives Films Available Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The pilot program features 103 films, including a sampling of documentaries produced by NASA on the history of the spaceflight program.

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