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Microsoft Sees Origami As New Breed of PC (AP)
This undated image provided by Microsoft Corp. shows the new Project Origami, an ultracompact and portable computer running Windows XP with a touchscreen and wireless connectivity. It has a 7-inch touch-sensitive screen that responds to a stylus or the tap of a finger. (AP Photo/Microsoft Corp.)AP - So you've got a cell phone in one pocket, an MP3 player in the other, a laptop in your briefcase, and maybe a personal digital assistant somewhere in between. Oh, one of your kids has the latest game handheld, too.


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Microsoft Carves Out Ultramobile Space (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft unfolded its Origami project to the public Thursday, detailing a new type of handheld device it calls an ultramobile PC.

Microsoft unveils new mini-PC as CeBIT high-tech fair opens (AFP)
A Microsoft hostess presents a "Ultra Mobile Personal Computer" (UMPC), a mini-laptop computer that generated months of buzz under the code name "Origami" during the 2006 CeBIT information and telecommunication technology fair in Hanover.(AFP/DDP/David Hecker)AFP - The world's biggest high-tech fair, the CeBIT, opened its doors Thursday showcasing the digital world of tomorrow awaiting consumers, as Microsoft made the first big announcement of the event.


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Microsoft Patches Trip Up Windows Media Player (PC World)
PC World - Three security patches may cause player performance problems.

Microsoft Unwraps Ultra Mobile PC (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After weeks of industry buzz, Microsoft has revealed the details of its Origami project. Announced at the CeBIT technology expo being held in Hanover, Germany, the paperback-sized portable computer actually will not be called Origami, but rather the Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC).

CeBIT: Intel, Microsoft Share Origami Details (PC World)
PC World - Following weeks of speculation, the first three ultramobile PCs are officially launched.

Microsoft unwraps 'Origami' computer (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Microsoft on Wednesday showed off an ultra-compact computer, which the software giant was scheduled to officially unveil Thursday at the CeBIT technology trade show in Hanover, Germany. The product, heretofore code-named Origami, has been christened the Ultramobile PC.

Microsoft unfolds "Origami," reveals on-the-go PC (Reuters)
The new Microsoft Corp. mobile PC software , formerly codenamed 'Origami', on the interface of the Samsung Q1 Ultra-Mobile PC. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday unveiled its 'Origami' project, a paperback-book sized portable computer, which is a hybrid between a laptop PC and a host of mobile devices that the world's biggest software maker hopes will create an entirely new market.


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Vista Enterprise Meant To Spark Microsoft Licensing (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft hopes to get more companies into its Software Assurance program by offering important enterprise features in the upcoming Windows Vista only to companies that buy into the annuity licensing program.

Microsoft launches new Internet search engine (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. US computer software powerhouse Microsoft unveiled a revved-up Internet search engine geared to challenge its online arch-rival Google.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - US computer software powerhouse Microsoft unveiled a revved-up Internet search engine geared to challenge its online arch-rival Google.


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Microsoft Sees Origami As New Breed of PC (AP)
This undated image provided by Microsoft Corp. shows the new Project Origami, an ultracompact and portable computer running Windows XP with a touchscreen and wireless connectivity. It has a 7-inch touch-sensitive screen that responds to a stylus or the tap of a finger. (AP Photo/Microsoft Corp.)AP - So you've got a cell phone in one pocket, an MP3 player in the other, a laptop in your briefcase, and maybe a personal digital assistant somewhere in between. Oh, one of your kids has the latest game handheld, too.


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More Is Better Serves As Theme for CeBIT (AP)
Hostess Sarah sits on a sofa watching TV on the world's largest flatscreen monitor a 103 inch Panasonic at the exhibition stand of Panasonic at the CeBIT in Hanover, northern Germany, Thursday, March 9, 2006. The world largest computer fair CeBIT runs till Wednesday, March 15. (AP Photo/Kai Uwe Knoth)AP - Whether it's a giant flat-panel TV screen, cell phone with enormous storage capacity, or tiny PC with full laptop functions, visitors to the CeBIT tech fair are hit with the message that bigger is better — even though it may come in a smaller package.


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Review: Apple's MacBook Pro Is Fast Laptop (AP)
Close up view of the new Apple Computer Inc. MacBook Pro laptop at the MacWorld conference in a San Francisco file photo from Jan. 10, 2006. Apple Computer Inc.'s notebooks have always been highly regarded for their thoughtful design and leading-edge features. But when it came to overall performance, they recently have been lagging behind competitors that run on Intel Corp. chips.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - Apple Computer Inc.'s notebooks have long been highly regarded for their thoughtful designs and leading-edge features. But when it comes to performance, recent models have been lagging behind competitors that run Intel Corp.'s chips.


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Google to Pay $90M in 'Click Fraud' Case (AP)
Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as "click fraud."


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France Reconsiders Legal File-Sharing Bill (AP)
AP - The French government, bowing to pressure from lawmakers, revived a measure legalizing file-sharing and submitted it to debate Thursday as part of a larger draft law on fighting piracy.

S.Korea aims to cool Internet rage attacks (Reuters)
Reuters - Dog poop girl is infamous in South Korea.

IBM Chief Palmisano's pay gains after PC unit sale (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM on Thursday said Chief Executive Samuel Palmisano received a compensation package worth nearly $20 million last year, a hefty raise after he oversaw the sale of IBM's unprofitable PC business.

Intel Outlines Mobile Technology Strategy (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - At its developer forum being held this week in San Diego, California, Intel has offered a glimpse into its plans for mobile and wireless technologies, including an upgrade to the popular Centrino platform, several new dual-core chips, and a chipset that will support both Wi-Fi and WiMax connections.

CeBIT: Novell Launches Next-Generation Linux Desktop (PC World)
PC World - OS is finally "good enough" to replace Windows, company says.

China Creates Court for Piracy Cases (AP)
AP - China has created a special court to prosecute product piracy cases, a government spokesman said Friday, amid demands for Beijing to step up action against rampant illegal copying of movies, music, software and other goods.

S.Korea aims to cool Internet rage attacks (Reuters)
Reuters - Dog poop girl is infamous in South Korea.

Cheaper 'Daily' dose on iTunes (Reuters)
A man holds an iPod as he sits in front of an Apple Powerbook laptop running iTunes software. US-based Apple Computers crossed the billion-song threshold at its internationally popular online iTunes music store.(AFP/DDP/File/Oliver Stratmann)Reuters - Viacom's Comedy Central is breaking the mold of iTunes television pricing.


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Two Indicted for Pirating Ryan Adams Music (AP)
AP - Two men are accused of violating copyright laws by posting music by alternative country artist Ryan Adams on a Web site before its public release, federal officials said Thursday.

Google to Pay $90M in 'Click Fraud' Case (AP)
Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as "click fraud."


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French government puts idea of download tax to MPs (AFP)
French Culture Minister Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres speaks at the National Assembly in Paris.  French lawmakers debated a proposal that would introduce a de facto download tax to legalise the copying of movie and music files from the Internet, after an embarrassed government was forced to resubmit the idea for a vote.(AFP/File/Jacques Demarthon)AFP - French lawmakers debated a proposal that would introduce a de facto download tax to legalise the copying of movie and music files from the Internet, after an embarrassed government was forced to resubmit the idea for a vote.


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US court OKs computer searches for child porn (Reuters)
A policeman carries a pile of CDs, which include pornographic material, in an apartment in Lomza, eastern Poland February 24, 2006. Police may search computer hard drives for child pornography if their owners subscribe to Web sites selling the images, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Thursday. REUTERS/Police/HandoutReuters - Police may search computer hard drives for child pornography if their owners subscribe to Web sites selling the images, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Thursday.


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Apple's iTunes Now Offering Monthly Subscriptions (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple Computer's iTunes music and video store on Wednesday launched a new service, called MultiPass, that lets users buy downloads of television shows on a monthly basis.

In Brief: Nexis Web site now gives big-picture view (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Professionals who say “Nexis it” instead of “Google it” on a daily, or hourly, basis will welcome a revamp of the research service LexisNexis’ Nexis Web site, which now offers a new big-picture view across news, company, industry, people, countries and legal.

Skype dials in to business (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The consumer VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) darling Skype dialed in to small-business and branch office needs Thursday with a new offering, Skype for Business.

Intuit Ups Outlook, TurboTax Sales Soar (AP)
AP - Intuit Inc. predicted its quarterly profit will be better than expected, primarily because more people are buying the online version of its market-leading tax preparation software. The news lifted the company's stock price by more than 6 percent.

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