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Buzz Builds for Microsoft's Secret Origami Project (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - March 2, the day that Microsoft was rumored to be planning to announce its "next big thing," came and went. All Microsoft watchers got for their patience was another cryptically worded update to the Origami Project Web site.

Microsoft Wants U.S. Courts in EU Fight (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. is asking U.S. courts to compel Sun Microsystems Inc., IBM Corp., Oracle Corp. and Novell Inc. to hand over correspondence with EU regulators on Microsoft's antitrust battle in Europe.


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Microsoft asks US courts to intervene in EU case (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 Corp said on Friday it had asked U.S. Federal courts to force IBM , Sun Microsystems Inc , Oracle Corp and Novell Inc to give it documents in its battle against the European Commission.


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Microsoft goes on offensive in European antitrust case (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Microsoft on Thursday accused the European Commission of collaborating with its rivals and withholding documents it needs to defend itself against impending fines for failing to abide by antitrust sanctions. Microsoft posted its accusations in a complaint put on a website for reporters.

Microsoft Charges EU With Collusion With Competitors (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft said the European Union worked "in secret collaboration" with Microsoft's competitors, and cannot be trusted to rule impartially.

Microsoft Charges EU With Collusion (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft dialed up the heat on the European Union's antitrust agency to high, charging that it colluded with the company's rivals and cannot be trusted to rule impartially.

Microsoft Hints Fan Origami Project Buzz (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft fuels the buzz on its Origami Project by offering more hints in the unusual marketing campaign for the software giant.

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'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.

Settlement Reached in BlackBerry Dispute (AP)
Three people use BlackBerry devices in New York's Times Square, in this Monday Dec. 5, 2005 file photo. Research In Motion Ltd., the maker of the BlackBerry e-mail device, Friday, March 3, 2006 announced it has settled its long-running patent dispute with a small Virginia-based firm, averting a possible court-ordered shutdown of the BlackBerry system.  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The maker of the BlackBerry e-mail device Friday said it settled its long-running patent dispute with a small Virginia-based firm, averting a possible court-ordered shutdown of the BlackBerry system and a disruption of wireless service for millions of users.


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AOL to Pay Bulk E-Mail Fees for Nonprofits (AP)
AP - Less than a week after interest groups complained about a proposed bulk-e-mailing fee, America Online Inc. said nonprofit organizations will not have to pay to send mass messages to their members after all.

Internet Harassment Roils S. Korea (AP)
Laptops using Intel's microprocessors are displayed at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had not yet reached a conclusion on whether Intel Corp violated regulations in marketing its computer chips after raiding the U.S. firm's Seoul office earlier this week.     REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - Kim Hyo-bi doesn't want her picture taken any more. Not after the 22-year-old student's portrait wound up on a photo-sharing Web site last summer with her face colored and distorted to make her look silly, titled alongside the original as "Before and After."


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DSL Price War Helps Close Broadband Gap (AP)
AP - Last year was the first in which telephone companies added more broadband Internet subscribers than their cable TV rivals did, according to a research report.

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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Buzz Builds for Microsoft's Secret Origami Project (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - March 2, the day that Microsoft was rumored to be planning to announce its "next big thing," came and went. All Microsoft watchers got for their patience was another cryptically worded update to the Origami Project Web site.

Review: Fujitsu LifeBook N6410 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Long ago, desktop computers sported dual-core processors that could handle multitasking and media-encoding much more effectively than their single-core counterparts. Today, notebooks are getting the same boost with Intel's first dual-core chip for portables: the Core Duo.

BlackBerry deal averts service shutdown (Reuters)
A man holds his BlackBerry in downtown San Diego February 24, 2006. Research In Motion Ltd. said on Friday it has signed a definitive settlement agreement with NTP Inc., which will allow it to maintain its BlackBerry service in the United States. REUTERS/Fred GreavesReuters - The BlackBerry wireless e-mail service avoided a shutdown in the United States when device maker Research In Motion Ltd. on Friday agreed to pay NTP Inc. $612.5 million to settle a patent dispute, sending RIM shares up 19 percent in after-hours trade.


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Open Season On Open Source? (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - In 1999, Ethan Galstad was thinking about starting a business with a friend. Among other things on their to-do list was digging up software to monitor their network and flag any problems. They couldn't afford any of the programs on the market, however, so Galstad wrote his own. Almost on a whim, he posted it on an open-source Web site where geeks around the world browse code and download programs for free.

Borland: Interest, but no buyer yet, for tools line (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Deciding to concentrate on ALM (application lifecycle management), Borland Software last month announced plans to sell off its faltering JBuilder Java IDE business, as well as its Windows tools platform, including Delphi.

AOL to Pay Bulk E-Mail Fees for Nonprofits (AP)
AP - Less than a week after interest groups complained about a proposed bulk-e-mailing fee, America Online Inc. said nonprofit organizations will not have to pay to send mass messages to their members after all.

DSL Price War Helps Close Broadband Gap (AP)
AP - Last year was the first in which telephone companies added more broadband Internet subscribers than their cable TV rivals did, according to a research report.

Internet Harassment Roils S. Korea (AP)
Laptops using Intel's microprocessors are displayed at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had not yet reached a conclusion on whether Intel Corp violated regulations in marketing its computer chips after raiding the U.S. firm's Seoul office earlier this week.     REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - Kim Hyo-bi doesn't want her picture taken any more. Not after the 22-year-old student's portrait wound up on a photo-sharing Web site last summer with her face colored and distorted to make her look silly, titled alongside the original as "Before and After."


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Buzz Builds for Microsoft's Secret Origami Project (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - March 2, the day that Microsoft was rumored to be planning to announce its "next big thing," came and went. All Microsoft watchers got for their patience was another cryptically worded update to the Origami Project Web site.

AOL to roll out free e-mail to non-profits (Reuters)
Businessmen sit at computer screens checking the Internet and their email in Beverly Hills April 18, 2005. AOL, the Internet service provider unit of Time Warner Inc., on Friday said it will not charge legitimate not-for-profit organizations and advocacy groups to have their e-mail delivered to consumers. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - AOL, the Internet service provider unit of Time Warner Inc., on Friday said it will not charge legitimate not-for-profit organizations and advocacy groups to have their e-mails authenticated and delivered to consumers.


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AOL to add paid downloads to free service (Reuters)
People walk in front of the Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York, October 13, 2005. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL is preparing to sell programming on its Web site by the middle of this year, a top executive said, hastening a move to secure a position in the market for video-on-demand over the Internet. REUTERS/Nicholas RobertsReuters - Time Warner Inc.'s AOL plans to sell programing on its Web site by the middle of this year, a top executive said, as it hastens to secure a place in the market for video-on-demand over the Internet.


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Google Revamps Mini Search Appliance for Small Businesses (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google has developed a new, more-affordable version of its Mini search appliance for corporate networks and public Web sites. The fresh Google Mini, which can index up to 50,000 documents, costs $1,995 and includes a year of tech support.

Vodafone confirms talks over sale of Japan unit (AFP)
British mobile phone group Vodafone said it was in talks to sell a controlling stake in its Japanese subsidiary, Vodafone KK, to Japanese Internet firm Softbank.(Vodafone)AFP - British mobile phone group Vodafone said it was in talks to sell a controlling stake in its Japanese subsidiary, Vodafone KK, to Japanese Internet firm Softbank.


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HP Labs India working to bridge TV and Internet (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - HP Labs India is working on technology to integrate satellite TV with the Web, according to an executive at the lab. The company will soon be testing with broadcasters a technology that lets a user click on hyperlinks embedded in TV content, which will take the user to a Web site.

US probing antitrust violations in music downloads (AFP)
A student downloads music from a file-swapping website in 2001. US authorities have begun an investigation into potential antitrust violations in the Internet music download industry.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Spencer Platt)AFP - US authorities have begun an investigation into potential antitrust violations in the Internet music download industry, the Justice Department revealed.


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