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Researcher Hacks Microsoft Fingerprint Reader (PC World)
PC World - Hackers could steal your fingerprint information.

Microsoft Passport Morphs into Windows Live ID (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The universal-login service is being overhauled to serve as the authentication system for Windows Live, Office Live, Xbox Live, MSN and other Microsoft online services.

Cisco, Microsoft to Collaborate on Tools (AP)
AP - Cisco Systems Inc., the world's largest network equipment maker, said on Monday it's partnering with Microsoft Corp. to create a package of communications tools geared for businesses.

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 Asks U.S. Courts To Intervene In EU Case (TechWeb)
TechWeb - After accusing the European Union of colluding with competitors, Microsoft wants a U.S. court to force the parties to turn over documents in the case.

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 Acquires WinTarget Storage Technology (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Software will be added to Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 for creating file-block hybrid storage devices.

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.

TiVo to Expand TV Recording to Cell Phones (AP)
AP - TiVo subscribers will soon be able to program television recordings straight from cell phones using the Verizon Wireless network.

NBC buying iVillage for $600 million (Reuters)
An NBC Universal billboard is seen at the NBC studios in Burbank, California in a 2004 file photo. Media and entertainment conglomerate NBC Universal on Monday said it would acquire iVillage Inc., operator of a network of Web sites for women, for $600 million in a bid to bolster its Internet strategy. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - NBC Universal has signed a deal to acquire iVillage, the women's and parenting website, for about $600 million.


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CeBIT Show to Unveil New Range of Products (AP)
A worker fixes an advertising board showing a mobile device of South-Korean company Samsung at an exhibition stand at the fair ground in Hanover, northern Germany, Monday, March 6, 2006. The world largest computer fair CeBIT opens on it's doors on Thursday, March 9, 2006 and runs through Wednesday, March 15. About 6,300 ehibitors will show their latest products.(AP Photo/Joerg Sarbach)AP - The annual CeBIT high-tech fair is set to show off a new range of advanced mobile phones, ultra-light laptops, powerful yet compact digital cameras and — maybe — Microsoft's latest secret project.


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Hearst buys NetDoctor as spark for online efforts (Reuters)
An undated view of NetDoctor.co.uk. Media conglomerate Hearst Corp. said on Monday it has bought NetDoctor, Britain's top consumer health Web site, as it tries to keep up with rivals by boosting its presence on the Internet. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Media conglomerate Hearst Corp. said on Monday it has bought NetDoctor, Britain's top consumer health Web site, as it tries to keep up with rivals by boosting its presence on the Internet.


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Cisco, Microsoft to Collaborate on Tools (AP)
AP - Cisco Systems Inc., the world's largest network equipment maker, said on Monday it's partnering with Microsoft Corp. to create a package of communications tools geared for businesses.

Six Apart takes blogs to work (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Whether businesses are ready for them or not, tools for blogging are getting quite serious about the business customer.

Oscar gown knock-offs donned by video game "Sims" (Reuters)
Best Actress winner Reese Witherspoon poses backstage at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood March 5, 2006. Witherspoon won for her performance in 'Walk the Line.' REUTERS/Mike BlakeReuters - Fans of "The Sims" video game spent Sunday evening making virtual copies of the red carpet fashions worn by Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon, contender Keira Knightley and presenter and trend setter Jennifer Lopez, then offering them for free trade on Monday.


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Cingular to Launch New Video Service (AP)
AP - Cingular Wireless LLC, the country's largest cell-phone carrier, is set to launch a new video service for two new phones Tuesday.

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.

AOL to let others customize its messaging software (Reuters)
A screen view of an Instant Message using AOL Communicator. AOL said on Monday it planned to let software and service developers create their own versions of its AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), which analysts said was a significant move for a company that has traditionally cordoned off its services. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - AOL said on Monday it planned to let software and service developers create their own versions of its AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), which analysts said was a significant move for a company that has traditionally cordoned off its services.


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Six Apart takes blogs to work (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Whether businesses are ready for them or not, tools for blogging are getting quite serious about the business customer.

Product Previews (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Near-Time serves up blogs, wikis on demand Near-Time later this month plans to launch a hosted collaboration service for creating workspaces that leverage blogs, wikis, and group calendar functions.

French government tries to block Internet 'download fee' (AFP)
A student downloads music from a file-swapping website in 2001.  The French government withdrew part of a draft bill in a move to block a controversial bid to create a general "downloading fee" that would allow consumers to legally source an unlimited amount of music and film from the Internet.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Spencer Platt)AFP - The French government withdrew part of a draft bill in a move to block a controversial bid to create a general "downloading fee" that would allow consumers to legally source an unlimited amount of music and film from the Internet.


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NBC buying iVillage for $600 million (Reuters)
An NBC Universal billboard is seen at the NBC studios in Burbank, California in a 2004 file photo. Media and entertainment conglomerate NBC Universal on Monday said it would acquire iVillage Inc., operator of a network of Web sites for women, for $600 million in a bid to bolster its Internet strategy. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - NBC Universal has signed a deal to acquire iVillage, the women's and parenting website, for about $600 million.


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Hearst buys NetDoctor as spark for online efforts (Reuters)
An undated view of NetDoctor.co.uk. Media conglomerate Hearst Corp. said on Monday it has bought NetDoctor, Britain's top consumer health Web site, as it tries to keep up with rivals by boosting its presence on the Internet. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Media conglomerate Hearst Corp. said on Monday it has bought NetDoctor, Britain's top consumer health Web site, as it tries to keep up with rivals by boosting its presence on the Internet.


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Microsoft Passport Morphs into Windows Live ID (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The universal-login service is being overhauled to serve as the authentication system for Windows Live, Office Live, Xbox Live, MSN and other Microsoft online services.

Wal-Mart forms photo deal with Snapfish, Fujifilm (Reuters)
File photo shows a Wal-Mart store in Loveland, Colorado. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said on Monday it has formed a relationship with Hewlett-Packard Co.'s Snapfish online photo service and is continuing its pact with Fujifilm. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said on Monday it has formed a relationship with Hewlett-Packard Co.'s Snapfish online photo service and is continuing its pact with Fujifilm.


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Permanent Internet Tax Ban Proposed (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - U.S. Representative John Campbell (R-Calif.) introduced on Friday legislation to permanently protect Internet commerce from discriminatory taxes and disallow taxation on Internet use.

Chinese Gov't Sets Up Blogs for Lawmakers (AP)
Chinese are seen working on their workstations during the opening session of the National People's Congress in  Beijing's Great Hall of the People Sunday, March 5, 2006. China's congress buys into blogging boom, delegates write personal entries. There's an entry by one of China's high-profile property tycoons, another flowery account by a poet from Shanghai and one tongue-in-cheek posting detailing a variety of drinking adventures. For the first time, participants of the National People's Congress _ China's legislature _ and its companion advisory body will be given the opportunity to share their experiences in a government-sanctioned blog. Called 'bo ke' in Chinese, blogs are hugely popular, especially among the young, despite strict rules on content enforced by the government. .(AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)AP - China's government is trying to boost public interest in its figurehead parliament and its companion advisory body by setting up Web logs for members as they meet this week.


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Looking for a Home? Start at Your Computer (AP)
A realtor's sign hangs in front of a house for sale in Portland, Oregon, December 29, 2005. U.S. mortgage applications fell for a second consecutive week, led by a decline in home purchase loans, as interest rates hit their highest levels since early December, an industry trade group said on Wednesday. (Richard Clement/Reuters)AP - Years ago, Molly Bolanos looked for a home the old-fashioned way: She spent hours driving around in her real estate agent's car, hoping for the best and girding for the worst.


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