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Microsoft Working on Paperback-Sized PC (AP)
AP - Start with what the much-hyped Microsoft Corp. project code-named Origami is not. It's not a music player designed to take on Apple Computer Inc.'s mega-popular iPod. And it's not a portable version of Microsoft's Xbox videogame console. And it won't — at least not yet — replace your cellular phone or your regular computer.

Microsoft Seeking Ways to Help Illiterate (AP)
AP - Can someone who doesn't even know how to read or write use a computer? Microsoft Corp. is probing that question at a research lab in India.

Review: Cingular 2125 Smartphone (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Cingular 2125 is the first Cingular-branded smartphone that features Microsoft's new Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system. Packed with features, the 2125 is designed to cater to road warriors who want to be productive while on the go.

Microsoft Launches Online Classified Ads Service In Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft releases in beta Windows Live Expo, an online classified ads service that has been integrated with the company's instant messaging and mapping services.

Microsoft Confirms Upgrade Feature Planned For Windows Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft confirms that a feature called Windows Anytime Upgrade was in Vista.

Microsoft Says Search Better Than Google Soon (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Within the next six months, according to a Microsoft executive, the company will introduce a search engine that can do a better job of finding the specific information sought by users.

Microsoft says better than Google soon (Reuters)
President of Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa Neil Holloway addresses the TMT 2006 Global Tech Media and Telecom Summit in Paris March 1, 2006. REUTERS/Mal LangsdonReuters - Microsoft will introduce a search engine better than Google in six months in the United States and Britain followed by Europe, its European president said on Wednesday.


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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 Seeks Search-Engine Trademark (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Microsoft application filed with the U.S. Patent office seeks to trademark the term "relerank" for use with computer software for organizing, displaying, and managing search results.

Microsoft Hands Out Free Flash Drives (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's giving away USB flash drives to users who fill out a simple form on the company's Web site.

Technology Facilitates Caller ID Spoofing (AP)
Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Penn., picks up his telephone handset in his office in the Cannon House Office building on Capital Hill, Wednesday, March 1, 2006 in Washington. Last fall, Murphy's office started getting phone calls from constituents who complained about receiving recorded phone messages that bad-mouthed Murphy.The constituents were especially upset that the messages appeared to come from the congressman's own office. At least, that's what Caller ID said. In the last few years, Caller ID spoofing has become much easier. Millions of people have Internet telephone equipment that can be set to make any number appear on a Caller ID system. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)AP - Last fall, U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy's office started getting phone calls from constituents who complained about receiving recorded phone messages that bad-mouthed Murphy.


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Microsoft Working on Paperback-Sized PC (AP)
AP - Start with what the much-hyped Microsoft Corp. project code-named Origami is not. It's not a music player designed to take on Apple Computer Inc.'s mega-popular iPod. And it's not a portable version of Microsoft's Xbox videogame console. And it won't — at least not yet — replace your cellular phone or your regular computer.

Philly Wi-Fi Network to Pay for Computers (AP)
AP - Philadelphia on Wednesday announced details of its deal with EarthLink Inc. for the construction of a high-speed wireless network that will span the city, including provisions for EarthLink to pay for computers, training, and subsidize Internet access for low-income households.

Microsoft Seeking Ways to Help Illiterate (AP)
AP - Can someone who doesn't even know how to read or write use a computer? Microsoft Corp. is probing that question at a research lab in India.

AP, MSN Launch Online Video-News Service (AP)
AP - The Associated Press and Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday launched a new service which allows the news cooperative's member Web sites to offer free video news clips and share in advertising revenue generated from the service.

Oracle unveils corporate search software (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** Exterior view of Oracle Corp. headquarters in Redwood City, Calif., Feb. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)Reuters - Business software maker Oracle Corp. on Wednesday announced new software designed to sift through corporate networks, a major push into the red-hot search market dominated by Google Inc. .


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"Country" fried as DVD buyers look elsewhere (Reuters)
Reuters - A pair of high-profile Oscar nominations couldn't help lift "North Country" to the top of the latest DVD sales chart.

Deutsche Telekom 2005 profits up on mobile ops (AFP)
Deutsche Telekom, Europe's biggest telecommunications group, said that 2005 earnings had met expectations, as the robust performance of its mobile operations helped offset weakness in its core fixed-line business. Picture shows public phones run by the group(AFP/File/Jacques Demarthon)AFP - Deutsche Telekom, Europe's biggest telecommunications group, said that 2005 earnings had met expectations, as the robust performance of its mobile operations helped offset weakness in its core fixed-line business.


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Q&A: Hewlett-Packard's Linux Chief (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Christine Martino, vice president of Hewlett Packard's Open Source and Linux organization, talks about middleware, Linux on the desktop, and other open source trends.

Israeli Software Company Faces U.S. Probe (AP)
AP - Days after the Bush administration approved a ports deal involving the United Arab Emirates, the same review panel privately notified an Israeli software company it faced a rare, full-blown investigation over its plans to buy a smaller U.S. rival.

Oracle unveils corporate search software (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** Exterior view of Oracle Corp. headquarters in Redwood City, Calif., Feb. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)Reuters - Business software maker Oracle Corp. on Wednesday announced new software designed to sift through corporate networks, a major push into the red-hot search market dominated by Google Inc. .


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Viacom to enter social networking market in '06 (Reuters)
Viacom CEO Tom Freston talks during the Reuters Technology Summit in New York March 1, 2006. REUTERS/Lucian ReadReuters - MTV owner Viacom Inc. plans to enter the business of connecting youth viewers on the Internet this year, a top Viacom executive said on Wednesday, amid threats of losing its cool cachet to News Corp.


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Computer video game companies try online distribution (Reuters)
Reuters - Video game maker S2 Games plans sell its new title "Savage 2: A Tortured Soul" exclusively through Web downloads this October testing a new delivery system that both independent computer game makers and industry behemoths are trying.

AP, MSN Launch Online Video-News Service (AP)
AP - The Associated Press and Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday launched a new service which allows the news cooperative's member Web sites to offer free video news clips and share in advertising revenue generated from the service.

Veoh Launches New Peer Video Distribution Software (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An Internet site that promises to revolutionize television distribution is taking contributions from the general public and airing full-length content to anyone with a broadband connection.

Philly Wi-Fi Network to Pay for Computers (AP)
AP - Philadelphia on Wednesday announced details of its deal with EarthLink Inc. for the construction of a high-speed wireless network that will span the city, including provisions for EarthLink to pay for computers, training, and subsidize Internet access for low-income households.

Online Ad Revenue Continues Steady Double-Digit Climb (TechWeb)
TechWeb - U.S. Internet advertising revenues for 2005 soared 30 percent to top an estimated $12.5 billion.

Microsoft Launches Online Classified Ads Service In Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft releases in beta Windows Live Expo, an online classified ads service that has been integrated with the company's instant messaging and mapping services.

Google Moving Search Records Out of China (PC World)
PC World - Hopes to prevent Chinese government access to records without Google permission.

Deal Reached on .com Domain Price Hikes (AP)
AP - The board of the Internet's main oversight agency has approved a deal under which VeriSign Inc. must meet some conditions in order to raise fees for ".com" domain names.

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