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Microsoft tests revamped Windows Live search engine (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to start testing a revamped Web search engine on Tuesday that includes new features aimed at closing gaps with Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc..

Microsoft Launches Revamped Search Engine (AP)
This image made from a computer screen shows the website of Windows Live Search. In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better. (AP Photo)AP - In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better.


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Microsoft debuts Web-to-PC clipboard (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. extended an olive branch to some of its harshest critics on Tuesday by proposing a way for Internet users to "cut and paste" live Web data across different sites, just as they can between computer programs.

Microsoft's Fingerprint Reader Hacked (TechWeb)
TechWeb - But the biometric device was not designed to provide massive security. Even the company calls it a tool of "convenience."

Microsoft's EU offer a "poisoned honeypot": rival (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, September 30, 2004. Microsoft Corp. has set out a 'poisoned honeypot' by offering to open source code in its antitrust case, a rival said in a confidential filing to the European Commission, which it opened on Tuesday. REUTERS/Francois LenoirReuters - Microsoft Corp. has set out a "poisoned honeypot" by offering to open source code in its antitrust case, a rival said in a confidential filing to the European Commission, which it opened on Tuesday.


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Microsoft Pins Hopes on Clipboard (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft technologist Ray Ozzie unveils what could be the guts of Microsoft's Live era.

Microsoft Buys Apptimum To Aid Vista Transition (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that it has acquired Apptimum Inc., the creator of the Alohabob PC Relocator software tool.

Microsoft Receives 5,000th U.S. Patent (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Patented technology allows gamers to watch games from the sidelines and control what they see.

Microsoft Says Not Involved In China Journalist Case (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Li Yuanlong has been charged with sending "subversive" E-mails by means of a Hotmail account. Microsoft owns Hotmail, but says it was not involved.

Microsoft to OpenDocument Alliance: Where's the Choice? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Updated: The battle between Microsoft's OpenXML format and the OpenDocument Format intensifies as Microsoft attacks the newly created OpenDocument Format Alliance.

Microsoft Launches Revamped Search Engine (AP)
This image made from a computer screen shows the website of Windows Live Search. In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better. (AP Photo)AP - In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better.


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Google Tells Investors to Disregard Leak (AP)
AP - Google Inc. on Tuesday advised investors to disregard an internal financial forecast mistakenly posted on its Web site — a mix up that included a reference to management's concerns about the online search engine leader's profits narrowing amid tougher competition.

Intel Unveils Details of New Chip Design (AP)
In this handout photo, Pat Gelsinger, senior vice president of Intel's digital enterprise Group, holds Intel's new dual core next generation chip Tuesday, March 7, 2006 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Intel claims the chip perform better and consume less power than today's Pentium 4.    (AP Photo/Courtesy of Intel Corp.,HO)AP - Hoping to leap ahead of smaller rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Intel Corp. unveiled details of a next-generation computer chip design that it claims will perform better — and consume less power — than its current offerings.


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J.C. Penney Courts Customers Via Internet (AP)
A customer looks at a catalog next to a screen that can order merchandise online at a JC Penney's store in Fricso, Texas, Wednesday,  March 1, 2006. The Plano, Tex.-based department store is using its online business not only to drive store traffic, but also as a key tool to polish its image among new customers, many of whom still think of the chain as dowdy. With 50 percent of America's households not having shopped at Penney in the past three years, executives see a lot of untapped opportunity.  (AP Photo/LM Otero)AP - J.C. Penney Co. may have steered through a turnaround, but there are shoppers like Janice Bernache who still think of the store as a place where "mother used to shop."


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Tech Execs Cautiously Optimistic on Sales (AP)
Workers clean a illuminated CeBIT logo during preparations for the CeBIT computer fair at the exhibition centre in Hanover, northern Germany, on Tuesday, March 7, 2006. The world's largest fair for telecommunications and information technology opens its doors to the public from March 9 through 15, 2006. (AP Photo / Kai-Uwe Knoth)AP - High-tech executives who gathered Tuesday for this week's CeBIT technology show were feeling cautiously optimistic that companies will spend more this year on computers and communications equipment.


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US music co-op "la la" goes online for legal song swapping (AFP)
A man looks at a computer screen displaying music playing software. An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.  "La la" launched a beta-version website at lala.com with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at a dollar a piece. Membership was by invitation only, with a promise to open it to the public soon(AFP/File/Valery Hache)AFP - An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.


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The Print Shop: The Latest in Professional Printers (PC World)
PC World - HP and Canon announce new professional photo printers, and HP also introduces its photo kiosk.

Slick Phones Raising Qualcomm's Outlook (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - More people are interested in using their cell phones to cruise the Internet and to watch video, and that's great news for Qualcomm.

Mozilla Confirms Firefox Taking In Millions Of Google Dollars (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla confirms it is taking in millions of dollars from the Firefox browser, primarily through Google's search box, but declined to give an exact figure.

Microsoft to Release Beta of Enhanced Search Engine (PC World)
PC World - Software giant to begin tests of Windows Live Search.

US music co-op "la la" goes online for legal song swapping (AFP)
A man looks at a computer screen displaying music playing software. An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.  "La la" launched a beta-version website at lala.com with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at a dollar a piece. Membership was by invitation only, with a promise to open it to the public soon(AFP/File/Valery Hache)AFP - An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.


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Google stock dips after admiting forecast slip (AFP)
Typically tight-lipped Google saw its stock price dip after the online search giant revealed that it had told investors too much about ad revenue projections the week before(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AFP - Typically tight-lipped Google saw its stock price dip after the online search giant revealed that it had told investors too much about ad revenue projections the week before.


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Microsoft tests revamped Windows Live search engine (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to start testing a revamped Web search engine on Tuesday that includes new features aimed at closing gaps with Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc..

Google says mistakenly put old ad outlook on Web (Reuters)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in this January 5, 2006 file photo. Google Inc. inadvertently published outdated profit margin and revenue projections on its Web site last week during its annual analysts' day, the company said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday. But it stood by its refusal to issue financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/FilesReuters - Google Inc. inadvertently published outdated revenue and profit projections on its Web site after last week's meeting with Wall Street analysts, the company said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday. But it stood by its refusal to issue financial projections.


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Google Says It Inadvertently Posted Internal Targets For Ads Business (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google Inc. says in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it inadvertently posted on its investors Web site internal revenue targets that should not be regarded as financial guidance.

Google Tells Investors to Disregard Leak (AP)
AP - Google Inc. on Tuesday advised investors to disregard an internal financial forecast mistakenly posted on its Web site — a mix up that included a reference to management's concerns about the online search engine leader's profits narrowing amid tougher competition.

Microsoft Launches Revamped Search Engine (AP)
This image made from a computer screen shows the website of Windows Live Search. In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better. (AP Photo)AP - In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better.


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Microsoft debuts Web-to-PC clipboard (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. extended an olive branch to some of its harshest critics on Tuesday by proposing a way for Internet users to "cut and paste" live Web data across different sites, just as they can between computer programs.

Intel to have Wi-Max cards this year (Reuters)
Reuters - Intel Corp. said on Tuesday it has moved up to this year its expected roll-out of cards that will let computers access the Internet using Wi-Max, a new long-range, high-speed wireless technology.

Mozilla Confirms Firefox Taking In Millions Of Google Dollars (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla confirms it is taking in millions of dollars from the Firefox browser, primarily through Google's search box, but declined to give an exact figure.

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