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Napster rues Microsoft, player glitches (Reuters)
Napster Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Chris Gorog speaks during the Reuters Technology Summit in New York February 28, 2006. REUTERS/Lucian ReadReuters - Technical glitches by Microsoft and the digital music device makers have hampered Napster Inc.'s ability to close the gap with Apple's iTunes, the dominant online music service, Napster's chief executive said on Tuesday.


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Microsoft Updates Web Search Offering (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates is seen in Istanbul, January 30, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step towards shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. REUTERS/Fatih SaribasAP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled several new online technologies Tuesday, including early versions of an Internet classified service and a local search function that provides extremely detailed pictures of local streets.


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Microsoft MSN Adds Street-Side Views To Local Maps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp.'s MSN portal launches a preview of a feature that adds interactive street-side views to its Local Live search and mapping service.

Microsoft Unveils "Non-Security" Update For IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft updates Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1, but denies that the changes were security related.

Rumors Fly About Microsoft Origami Project (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For the second time in a month, blogs and gadget-gossip sites are abuzz with rumors and speculation surrounding Microsoft's Origami Project. The hullabaloo began after some enterprising souls learned that the software giant had registered the domain origamiproject.com and created a cryptic site that appears to be designed to pique industry interest.

Microsoft opens office in Bosnia, hopes to cut down piracy (AFP)
US software giant Microsoft announced the opening of an office in Bosnia, saying it hoped to reduce the illegal use of software in the Balkans country.(Microsoft   )AFP - US software giant Microsoft announced the opening of an office in Bosnia, saying it hoped to reduce the illegal use of software there.


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Microsoft Ships IE (Eolas) Update (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft releases an optional cumulative non-security browser update to modify the way IE handles ActiveX controls. It is a direct result of the multimillion-dollar patent spat with Eolas Technologies.

Linux at a Crossroads in the Enterprise (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Ask someone familiar with computers to suggest where the Microsoft Windows operating system will be in one year and, more than likely, you will hear about Vista, the newest iteration, or about enhancements to XP, the current version. Ask someone familiar with the Linux operating system to answer that same question and it's likely you will be asked which OS you mean.

More Windows Live Services in the Microsoft Pipeline (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Updated: Microsoft is refreshing a number of its existing service add-ons to Windows while continuing to develop new and still officially unannounced additions to the Live family.

Microsoft touts PC-like portable "Origami" device (Reuters)
A billboard for Windows Vista at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. A new portable media device that allows users to listen to music, play video games, browse the Internet and jot hand-written notes is the initial vision of a product in development by Microsoft and its partners, the software giant said on Monday. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - A new portable media device that allows users to listen to music, play video games, browse the Internet and jot hand-written notes is the initial vision of a product in development by Microsoft Corp. and its partners, the software giant said on Monday.


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Apple Unveils IPod Speaker System (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs announces a revamped Mac Mini  at an unveiling at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006. The new Mac Mini also includes Apple's Front Row software, already found on the newest iMacs, so users can connect it to their televisions and control their music, videos, or photos with a remote control from across the room. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Reaching further into living rooms, Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday introduced a speaker system for its iPod music players and a revamped Mac Mini computer that will let users access music, video and photos across their home networks.


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AOL Vows to Institute Fee-Based Service (AP)
A man is seen looking at a computer screen in an undated file photo. Nearly one-third of American Internet users surveyed said they go online just for fun rather than to check e-mail, read news or use a search engine, a sharp increase from a year ago, the Pew Internet & American Life Project said on Wednesday. REUTERS/FileAP - America Online is vowing to carry out its plans to institute fees for mass senders of e-mail, despite protests from groups representing 15 million people that claim the move will stifle communications instead of merely halting spam.


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Microsoft Updates Web Search Offering (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates is seen in Istanbul, January 30, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step towards shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. REUTERS/Fatih SaribasAP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled several new online technologies Tuesday, including early versions of an Internet classified service and a local search function that provides extremely detailed pictures of local streets.


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Growth Concerns Push Down Google Stock (AP)
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)AP - Google Inc.'s shares plummeted by as much as 13 percent Tuesday after the company's chief financial officer raised the specter of slower earnings growth — a remark that soured recent investor enthusiasm that had been building for the Internet's leading search engine.


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AOL Sues Groups Under Anti-Phishing Law (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Jonathan Miller, chief executive of America Online Inc., gestures in his office on Sept. 26, 2002, at America Online Headquarters in Dulles, Va. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)AP - America Online is taking advantage of a first-of-its-kind anti-"phishing" law in Virginia to sue three international groups that allegedly stole information from unsuspecting AOL users by sending e-mail that appeared to be legitimate messages from the company.


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Google falls hard after CFO comments (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.  Internet star Google lost more of its luster, after the company's chief financial officer indicated slower growth ahead for its key search advertising business.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Internet star Google lost more of its luster after the company's chief financial officer indicated slower growth ahead for its key search advertising business.


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Napster rues Microsoft, player glitches (Reuters)
Napster Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Chris Gorog speaks during the Reuters Technology Summit in New York February 28, 2006. REUTERS/Lucian ReadReuters - Technical glitches by Microsoft and the digital music device makers have hampered Napster Inc.'s ability to close the gap with Apple's iTunes, the dominant online music service, Napster's chief executive said on Tuesday.


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Vivendi rewards investors with higher dividend (Reuters)
Reuters - Vivendi Universal on Wednesday proposed to make amends with frustrated, longstanding investors with a forecast-beating dividend paid out of sharply higher 2005 earnings.

Web Services, SOA, Open Source Converge (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - News Analysis: When Web services, SOA and open source converge, enterprises will benefit, a panel of experts says. But what does going open-source actually add to the mix?

Microsoft Unveils "Non-Security" Update For IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft updates Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1, but denies that the changes were security related.

Google falls hard after CFO comments (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.  Internet star Google lost more of its luster, after the company's chief financial officer indicated slower growth ahead for its key search advertising business.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Internet star Google lost more of its luster after the company's chief financial officer indicated slower growth ahead for its key search advertising business.


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Live-action short Oscar nominees hit iTunes (Reuters)
Reuters - The five pictures competing for the live-action short film Oscar on Sunday are available to buy on Apple's iTunes Music Store.

Napster rues Microsoft, player glitches (Reuters)
Napster Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Chris Gorog speaks during the Reuters Technology Summit in New York February 28, 2006. REUTERS/Lucian ReadReuters - Technical glitches by Microsoft and the digital music device makers have hampered Napster Inc.'s ability to close the gap with Apple's iTunes, the dominant online music service, Napster's chief executive said on Tuesday.


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Microsoft Updates Web Search Offering (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates is seen in Istanbul, January 30, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step towards shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. REUTERS/Fatih SaribasAP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled several new online technologies Tuesday, including early versions of an Internet classified service and a local search function that provides extremely detailed pictures of local streets.


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AOL Vows to Institute Fee-Based Service (AP)
A man is seen looking at a computer screen in an undated file photo. Nearly one-third of American Internet users surveyed said they go online just for fun rather than to check e-mail, read news or use a search engine, a sharp increase from a year ago, the Pew Internet & American Life Project said on Wednesday. REUTERS/FileAP - America Online is vowing to carry out its plans to institute fees for mass senders of e-mail, despite protests from groups representing 15 million people that claim the move will stifle communications instead of merely halting spam.


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Online piracy crackdown nets three guilty pleas (Reuters)
Seized pirate CDs and DVDs with music, films and software are pictured before being crushed in Bucharest February 9, 2006. Three members of an online music piracy operation pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday in response to a government crackdown, the U.S. Justice Department said. REUTERS/Bogdan CristelReuters - Three members of an online music piracy operation pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday in response to a government crackdown, the U.S. Justice Department said.


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Schools cracking down on teen Web site MySpace (Reuters)
Young computer users are seen in an undated photo. Rhode Island education officials have banned MySpace.com, the fast-growing teen social networking Web site, from 80 percent of their schools out of concern it was putting children at risk. REUTERS/Vivek PrakashReuters - Is it a virtual hangout for millions of American teenagers, like a sprawling electronic shopping plaza, or a magnet for sexual predators and pornographers?


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Google Ups Lead In Search, But Overall Market Slows (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google grew stronger in January within the U.S. search market, as the overall number of searches on the Internet slowed, a research firm says.

Microsoft MSN Adds Street-Side Views To Local Maps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp.'s MSN portal launches a preview of a feature that adds interactive street-side views to its Local Live search and mapping service.

Microsoft Unveils "Non-Security" Update For IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft updates Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1, but denies that the changes were security related.

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