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Microsoft collaboration server to ship this month (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft's impending delivery of its Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server is the culmination of seven years of planning the company's entrance into the ALM (application lifecycle management) space.

Microsoft Vista Won't Help Windows Apps On Mactels (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's upcoming Vista OS won't include Intel Corp.'s new EFI, or Extensible Firmware Interface, which would have made it made it easier to run Windows applications on Apple Computer Inc.'s Intel Macs.

Novell Targets Enterprise Desktops with New Linux Distribution (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - At the CeBIT computer show being held this week in Germany, Novell unveiled a new Linux distribution that is designed to lure corporate customers away from Microsoft Windows.

Bill Gates: Richest Man on Earth Once Again (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Forbes Magazine has released its annual report of the world's richest people, and for the twelfth year in a row, the founder of Microsoft, Chairman Bill Gates, ranked number one, making him the richest man on earth.

EU Commission sends new warning to Microsoft (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, September 30, 2004. New reports show Microsoft's compliance with a landmark antitrust ruling continues to be 'entirely inadequate' and the company may soon face a fine up to 2 million euros daily, the European Commission said on Friday. REUTERS/Francois LenoirReuters - New reports show Microsoft's compliance with a landmark antitrust ruling continues to be "entirely inadequate" and the company may soon face a fine up to 2 million euros daily, the European Commission said on Friday.


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EU: Microsoft Still Not Obeying Ruling (AP)
Bill Gates (R) talks to Warren Buffett May 20, 2004 in Redmond, Washington. The world now has a record 793 billionaires, up 15 percent from a year ago, Forbes magazine said on Thursday. Gates topped the list for a record 12th year in a row with a net worth estimated at $50 billion, followed by perennial No. 2 Buffett, the famed investor of Berkshire Hathaway, worth $42 billion. REUTERS/Jeff ChristensenAP - The European Commission told Microsoft Corp. on Friday that it was "still not in compliance" with a 2004 antitrust ruling that ordered it to share information with rivals to make their software work with Microsoft servers.


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EU regulators warns Microsoft still not complying with anti-trust ruling (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. EU regulators issued a fresh warning to Microsoft that the US software giant was still failing to comply with their 2004 antitrust ruling.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - EU regulators issued a fresh warning to Microsoft that the US software giant was still failing to comply with their 2004 antitrust ruling.


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Gates Still World's Richest Person (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft, remains number one on the Forbes list of billionaires, the magazine announced Thursday, with an estimated fortune of $50 billion.

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 Plans Two Patches Next Week (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will issue security patches next week for Microsoft Office and Windows. The Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool will also be refreshed.

Report: Web Searches Can ID CIA Employees (AP)
AP - The identities of 2,600 CIA employees and the locations of two dozen of the agency's covert workplaces in the United States can be found easily through Internet searches, according to an investigation by the Chicago Tribune.

Robotic Instruments Play in D.C. Gallery (AP)
AP - It's a concert without musicians when 16 baby grand player-pianos accompanied by a variety of drums, bells, xylophones and a siren perform American composer George Antheil's "Ballet Mecanique," or Mechanical Ballet.

DUI Defense Lawyers Challenge Breath Test (AP)
AP - Timothy Muldowny's lawyers decided on an unconventional approach to fight his drunken driving case: They sought computer programming information for the Intoxilyzer alcohol breath analysis machine to see whether his test was accurate.

Program Teaches Kids About Cyber Security (AP)
AP - A group of students at Rome Catholic School are learning how to become the future defenders of cyberspace through a pilot program that officials say is the first of its kind in the country.

Carnegie Mellon to Use 'Sims' in Software (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** The game 'The Sims 2' is displayed at the Electronic Arts games exhibit at the Electronic Entertainment Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, May 13, 2004. (AP Photo/Ann Johansson)AP - Carnegie Mellon University plans to incorporate characters and animation from the popular video game "The Sims" in its free educational software that strives to make computer programming more appealing to students.


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Gadgets blur the line between telephony and Internet (AFP)
A visitor looks at a couple of Siemens Emoty mobile phones at the CeBIT 2005 information and telecommunication technology fair in Hanover, Germany. Telecom companies are breaking down the barrier between phone networks and the Internet, with mobile phones that can surf online at the speed of a broadband connection and portable handsets that hook up to a fixed line or mobile network(AFP/John MacDougall)AFP - Telecom companies are breaking down the barrier between phone networks and the Internet, with mobile phones that can surf online at the speed of a broadband connection and portable handsets that hook up to a fixed line or mobile network wherever you go.


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Apple Windfall Seen If Mactels Run Windows Apps Equal To PCs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple Computer Inc. would stand to sell 1 million more Macs to current PC users, if the new Intel-based Macs could run Windows applications at the same speed and performance as PCs, a study says.

Wireless networking baffles some customers (Reuters)
Taipei residents log onto the Internet using wireless laptops in an undated file photo. REUTERS/Richard ChungReuters - Anne McNamara needs a wireless Internet network in her Germantown, Maryland, home. It's a good thing her son knows how to set one up.


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Novell Targets Enterprise Desktops with New Linux Distribution (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - At the CeBIT computer show being held this week in Germany, Novell unveiled a new Linux distribution that is designed to lure corporate customers away from Microsoft Windows.

Google to acquire online documents site (AFP)
Sign at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Google has acquired the privately held website Writely.com, which enables users to create and store documents online, in what is seen as a potential challenge to Microsoft's Office software(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google has acquired the privately held website Writely.com, which enables users to create and store documents online, in what is seen as a potential challenge to Microsoft's Office software.


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Report: Web Searches Can ID CIA Employees (AP)
AP - The identities of 2,600 CIA employees and the locations of two dozen of the agency's covert workplaces in the United States can be found easily through Internet searches, according to an investigation by the Chicago Tribune.

Canadian multimillionaire's home in Costa Rica is searched (AFP)
Police searched the Costa Rican home of Canadian multimillionaire Calvin Ayre, seen here in January 2006, and seized documents, computers and weapons, authorities said.(AFP/Getty Images/File)AFP - Police searched the Costa Rican home of Canadian multimillionaire Calvin Ayre, who runs an Internet betting business, and seized documents, computers and weapons, authorities said.


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Costa Rica police raid gambling billionaire's home (Reuters)
Reuters - Dozens of police barged into the Costa Rican home of Calvin Ayre, a Canadian online betting mogul featured on the cover of Forbes magazine's annual billionaire issue, Ayre said on Saturday.

Wireless networking baffles some customers (Reuters)
Taipei residents log onto the Internet using wireless laptops in an undated file photo. REUTERS/Richard ChungReuters - Anne McNamara needs a wireless Internet network in her Germantown, Maryland, home. It's a good thing her son knows how to set one up.


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FBI: No Credible Threat, but Be Vigilant (AP)
Greensboro Police officer Ron Stewart scans the crowd during a timeout in the Virginia versus North Carolina quarterfinal Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament game Friday, March 10, 2006, in Greensboro, N.C. The FBI said Friday there is no specific, credible threat of a terror attack aimed at college basketball arenas or other sports stadiums, but acknowledged alerting law enforcement to a recent Internet posting discussing such attacks.  (AP Photo/Rob Carr)AP - The FBI said Friday there is no specific, credible threat of a terror attack aimed at college basketball arenas or other sports stadiums, but acknowledged alerting law enforcement to a recent Internet posting discussing such attacks.


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Brazil tries to seize data on users of Google's Orkut (Reuters)
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)Reuters - Brazilian authorities said on Friday they will seek warrants to seize information on hundreds of users on the Orkut social network, operated by search engine giant Google Inc., for suspected Internet crimes.


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Bishops post Web site disputing 'Da Vinci Code' (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops took aim at "The Da Vinci Code" on Friday, launching a Web site that disputes central points of the best-selling novel.

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

Bishops post Web site disputing "Da Vinci Code" (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops took aim at "The Da Vinci Code" on Friday, launching a Web site that disputes central points of the best-selling novel.

Google to acquire online documents site (AFP)
Sign at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Google has acquired the privately held website Writely.com, which enables users to create and store documents online, in what is seen as a potential challenge to Microsoft's Office software(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google has acquired the privately held website Writely.com, which enables users to create and store documents online, in what is seen as a potential challenge to Microsoft's Office software.


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