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EU Warns Microsoft It Must Change Course (AP)
Christine Canasa plays 'Kameo' using the new Xbox 360 at Micro Center computer store in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, Feb. 28, 2006. With enough hardware horsepower to deliver movie-like graphics and high-quality sound, Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 is setting a new standard for video games. But the console isn't just about shoot-'em-ups and virtual sports. Like its predecessor, the 360 can serve as an 'extender' to a PC running Microsoft's Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 operating system. Nearly every type of media that plays on the PC can be piped _ wired or wirelessly _ over a home network and through the Xbox to a TV.  This time, the feature is built into the console (both the $300 and $400 versions) and doesn't require the purchase of additional software. It also can handle the demands of high-definition television without a hiccup. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Microsoft Corp. will be fined if it keeps up its current conduct, the EU's antitrust chief warned Thursday after the company accused the EU of withholding documents and colluding with Microsoft's rivals before filing charges last December.


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CeBIT: Microsoft Offers a Few More 'Origami' Details (PC World)
PC World - Intel, Samsung partner with software giant on Origami Project handheld PC.

Microsoft accuses EU of 'secret' contacts with rivals in probe (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office.  Microsoft accused European authorities of "secret collaboration" with the company's rivals in the antitrust probe of the US software giant.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - Microsoft accused European authorities of "secret collaboration" with the company's rivals in the antitrust probe of the US software giant.


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Microsoft: EU Commission held back antitrust papers (Reuters)
Christine Canasa plays 'Kameo' using the new Xbox 360 at Micro Center computer store in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, Feb. 28, 2006. With enough hardware horsepower to deliver movie-like graphics and high-quality sound, Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 is setting a new standard for video games. But the console isn't just about shoot-'em-ups and virtual sports. Like its predecessor, the 360 can serve as an 'extender' to a PC running Microsoft's Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 operating system. Nearly every type of media that plays on the PC can be piped _ wired or wirelessly _ over a home network and through the Xbox to a TV.  This time, the feature is built into the console (both the $300 and $400 versions) and doesn't require the purchase of additional software. It also can handle the demands of high-definition television without a hiccup. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)Reuters - Microsoft argued on Thursday the European Commission has held back documents the software giant needs to defend itself against a possible antitrust fine of up to 2 million euros ($2.4 million) daily.


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Microsoft's Origami puzzle begins to unfold (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates stands in front of the Windows logo at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. The veil of mystery surrounding Microsoft's secretive Origami portable device lifted just a little on Thursday after the firm updated the project's cryptic Web site, hinting that all would be revealed on March 9. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - The veil of mystery surrounding Microsoft's secretive Origami portable device lifted just a little on Thursday after the firm updated the project's cryptic Web site, hinting that all would be revealed on March 9.


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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.

Feds to Query Labels About Online Prices (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Sean Withrow listens to downloaded music from his laptop in his livingroom in San Francisco, Aug. 30, 2002. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - The U.S. Justice Department said Thursday it has launched an inquiry into possible price fixing in the burgeoning online music industry.


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EU Warns Microsoft It Must Change Course (AP)
Christine Canasa plays 'Kameo' using the new Xbox 360 at Micro Center computer store in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, Feb. 28, 2006. With enough hardware horsepower to deliver movie-like graphics and high-quality sound, Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 is setting a new standard for video games. But the console isn't just about shoot-'em-ups and virtual sports. Like its predecessor, the 360 can serve as an 'extender' to a PC running Microsoft's Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 operating system. Nearly every type of media that plays on the PC can be piped _ wired or wirelessly _ over a home network and through the Xbox to a TV.  This time, the feature is built into the console (both the $300 and $400 versions) and doesn't require the purchase of additional software. It also can handle the demands of high-definition television without a hiccup. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Microsoft Corp. will be fined if it keeps up its current conduct, the EU's antitrust chief warned Thursday after the company accused the EU of withholding documents and colluding with Microsoft's rivals before filing charges last December.


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Calif. School Suspends 20 Over Web Site (AP)
An undated view of MySpace.com. MySpace.com, the online virtual-community run by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., will soon add technology to screen how its 60 million members use the Web site to prevent crime, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutAP - A middle school student faces expulsion for allegedly posting graphic threats against a classmate on the popular MySpace.com Web site, and 20 of his classmates were suspended for viewing the posting, school officials said.


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Flat screen war heats up, LCD catching up (Reuters)
Chu Woo-sik, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations for Samsung, during the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in Hong Kong, March 2, 2006. REUTERS/Paul YeungReuters - Consumers are cheering their good fortune, watching prices for big flat-screen TVs tumble while makers slug it out to decide which display standard will become dominant -- liquid crystal (LCD) or plasma.


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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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MTV2 embraces battered YouTube video-sharing site (Reuters)
Reuters - YouTube.com, a popular video-sharing Web site that was smacked around in recent weeks by CBS and NBC, is starting to make friends in the TV world.

Music phones to slice into iPod growth (Reuters)
Reuters - Perhaps the biggest threat to Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod and the portable music player industry is a device already nestling in a billion pockets: the mobile phone.

Calif. regulators OK wireless protection program (Reuters)
Reuters - A divided California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday adopted measures to protect wireless telephone customers from abuses by the phone industry.

IBM lauds voice apps API (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - IBM will announce on Friday open source software intended to improve the lot of Web developers building voice-enabled applications.

Novell Q1 profit falls (Reuters)
Reuters - Software company Novell Inc. on Thursday posted lower quarterly net income from a year ago when it received a $448 million net gain related to a settlement with Microsoft Corp. .

MTV2 embraces battered YouTube video-sharing site (Reuters)
Reuters - YouTube.com, a popular video-sharing Web site that was smacked around in recent weeks by CBS and NBC, is starting to make friends in the TV world.

Feds to Query Labels About Online Prices (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Sean Withrow listens to downloaded music from his laptop in his livingroom in San Francisco, Aug. 30, 2002. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - The U.S. Justice Department said Thursday it has launched an inquiry into possible price fixing in the burgeoning online music industry.


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DOJ opens probe into online music pricing: sources (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an investigation into online music pricing at the world's major music labels, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

Sen. Wyden offers Internet neutrality bill (Reuters)
Reuters - Sen. Ron Wyden on Thursday proposed legislation aimed at preventing high-speed Internet service providers from charging content companies extra so consumers have faster access to their Web sites or receive special treatment.

MySpace.com to bolster security measures: CEO (Reuters)
An undated view of MySpace.com. MySpace.com, the online virtual-community run by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., will soon add technology to screen how its 60 million members use the Web site to prevent crime, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - MySpace.com, the online virtual-community run by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.., will soon add technology to screen how its 60 million members use the Web site to prevent crime, the company's chief executive said on Thursday.


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Yahoo lowers expectations for original content (Reuters)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel is seen in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. Web media company Yahoo Inc. wants to lower expectations for how much original programming it will produce as part of its online information and entertainment offerings, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - Web media company Yahoo Inc. wants to lower expectations for how much original programming it will produce as part of its online information and entertainment offerings, the company said on Thursday.


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Art stolen at Rio Carnival put up for sale online (Reuters)
Reuters - One of four paintings by European masters stolen last week from a Rio de Janeiro museum was put up for sale on an Internet auction site for $13 million, Brazil's federal police said on Thursday.

Renowned Doctor Duped in Internet Scam (AP)
AP - A renowned psychiatrist lost up to $3 million over 10 years to a Nigerian Internet scam, his son alleges in a lawsuit.

Oracle Introduces Enterprise-Grade Search Tool (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Oracle has unveiled an enterprise-grade search engine that promises not only to track business information, but also to deliver search results according to employee roles.

ICANN Approves VeriSign Domain Deal (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved a proposal that will extend VeriSign's control over .com domain names and allow for a registration price increase.

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