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Gates Sketches Out Vision for the Future (AP)
Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman and CEO, listens during the Corbis annual meeting in New York, Tuesday March 14, 2006.  Gates founded Corbis in 1989, a professional digital media stock agency with reported 2005 revenues in excess of $228 million.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates sketched out a vision for the future Wednesday in which a cell phone will become a "digital wallet," able to receive e-mail and even scan business cards, while computers and TVs will merge.


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Bill Gates mocks MIT's $100 laptop project (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Corbis owner Bill Gates listens during the Corbis annual meeting in New York March 14, 2006. Gates on Wednesday mocked a $100 laptop computer for developing countries being developed with the backing of rival Google Inc. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidReuters - Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates on Wednesday mocked a $100 laptop computer for developing countries being developed with the backing of rival Google Inc. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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Microsoft Expands Online Ad Network (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has begun testing advertisements across two of its Live-branded Internet services, and its blogging service.

Samsung sees opportunity as users upgrade Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Samsung Electronics (005930.KS) sees a $370 million market springing up later this year for computer owners who want to upgrade to Vista, Microsoft's highly anticipated operating system, but do not want to buy a new PC, a Samsung executive said on Wednesday.

Microsoft To Tackle Web 2.0 At Mix06 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will kick off next week's launch of its new conference targeting Web developers and designers by detailing its take on the future of Web development.

Microsoft sues against alleged eBay software bootlegging (AFP)
Microsoft co-founder shadow falls on the company logo during a press conference.   US technology giant Microsoft is suing eight people suspected of hawking counterfeit computer software on the popular online auction website eBay, the company said.(AFP/File/Arko Datta)AFP - US technology giant Microsoft is suing eight people suspected of hawking counterfeit computer software on the popular online auction website eBay, the company said.


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Microsoft seeks broad appeal with 'Viva Pinata' (Reuters)
XBox 360 video game consoles at a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Washington November 22, 2005. In its quest to expand the audience for its new Xbox 360 video game console beyond young, male 'hard-core' gamers, Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday unveiled its new 'Viva Pinata' product collection, which will hit the ground this year with a cartoon TV show, a video game and toys. REUTERS/Chris GoodenowReuters - In its quest to expand the audience for its new Xbox 360 video game console beyond young, male "hard-core" gamers, Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday unveiled its new "Viva Pinata" product collection, which will hit the ground this year with a cartoon TV show, a video game and toys.


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Microsoft Adds Business Intelligence Tools To Dynamics SL Apps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new BIO will tap into SQL Server Analysis Services to provide reports and scorecard performance metrics for small and midsized businesses.

Microsoft Files Piracy Charges Against Eight (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft said the sellers of the alleged bootleg software all used eBay for their transactions.

Microsoft Beefs Up Software Assurance (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has bolstered its Software Assurance (SA) program, incorporating more features and revamping the program's licensing structure in an attempt to garner greater adoption of the service.

Computer Researchers Warn of Net Attacks (AP)
AP - Security researchers are warning about a new variety of unusually powerful Internet attacks that can overwhelm popular Web sites and disrupt e-mails by exploiting the computers that help manage global Internet traffic.

Sony Delays PlayStation 3 Console Launch (AP)
Ken Kutaragi, president and chief executive of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., Sony's video games division, speaks during the 'PlayStation Bussiness Briefing 2006' in Tokyo Wednesday, March 15, 2006. Sony will put off the release of its much awaited PlayStation 3 console until November from its planned spring debut because of delays in finalizing its next-generation optical disc technology. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)AP - Sony Corp. will delay the launch of its much-anticipated PlayStation 3 console until November, prolonging the agony not only for itself but also for many others in the video game industry.


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Gates Sketches Out Vision for the Future (AP)
Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman and CEO, listens during the Corbis annual meeting in New York, Tuesday March 14, 2006.  Gates founded Corbis in 1989, a professional digital media stock agency with reported 2005 revenues in excess of $228 million.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates sketched out a vision for the future Wednesday in which a cell phone will become a "digital wallet," able to receive e-mail and even scan business cards, while computers and TVs will merge.


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ICANN to Test Non-English Domain Names (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency has outlined a plan for testing domain names entirely in non-English characters, bringing closer to reality a change highly sought by Asian and Arabic Internet users.

Hitachi Develops Security Robot on Wheels (AP)
Reporters are shown a video showing Hitachi Ltd.'s R2D2-like robot on wheels during a press conference in Tokyo Tuesday, March 7, 2006. The robot can map out its surroundings, using infrared sensors and a camera to detect missing items, suspicious packages and intruders. The 57-centimeter (22-inch) tall robot, which looks like a trash can, has a swiveling camera that protrudes like a periscope, enabling it to watch for suspicious changes in the landscape and send photos to a guard. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)AP - Hitachi is working on an R2D2-like security robot on wheels that can map out its surroundings using infrared sensors and a camera to detect missing items, suspicious packages and intruders.


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Socialist glory a stitch away in new Chinese game (Reuters)
Reuters - Doing good deeds, volunteering on building sites and obtaining Chairman Mao's autograph are some of the objectives of "Learn from Lei Feng," a new online game starring the Chinese Communist Party's legendary hero.

GeekTech: nVidia's New Graphics Chips for the Rest of Us (PC World)
PC World - High-end GPUs may get all the glory, but nVidia's reasonably priced 7600 GT should please the average PC user.

Fandango calls on Cingular for ticket deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Movie ticket provider Fandango is set to expand its service further into the mobile space Thursday by adding Cingular, the nation's largest wireless carrier, to its roster of cellular partners.

Red Hat Details Virtualization Plans (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Linux specialist Red Hat on Tuesday provided details of plans to integrate virtualization capabilities in its operating-system software, particularly the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform, in an effort to help customers get more performance out of their servers.

Model-driven development, AJAX shortcomings aired (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SANTA CLARA, CALIF. -- Interest in model-driven software development and AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is high, but plenty of room for improvement remains for both technologies, according to speakers and attendees at the SD West 2006 conference on Wednesday.

Socialist glory a stitch away in new Chinese game (Reuters)
Reuters - Doing good deeds, volunteering on building sites and obtaining Chairman Mao's autograph are some of the objectives of "Learn from Lei Feng," a new online game starring the Chinese Communist Party's legendary hero.

Troubled Livedoor seeks saviour in broadcaster Usen (AFP)
Japanese Internet company Livedoor president Kozo Hiramatsu. Livedoor is to team up with Internet service provider Usen in a business alliance, as part of its efforts to stay afloat after being indicted for financial fraud(AFP/Jiji Press/File)AFP - Japan's Livedoor is to team up with Internet service provider Usen in a business alliance, as part of its efforts to stay afloat after being indicted for financial fraud.


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Malaysia Airlines ties up with Octopus to boost revenue (AFP)
An advertisement for Malaysia Airlines in Kuala Lumpur. Struggling Malaysia Airlines has signed an agreement with Octopus Travel, a global online company, to enable passengers worldwide to book Malaysia Airlines tickets(AFP/File/Teh Eng Koon)AFP - Struggling Malaysia Airlines has signed an agreement with Octopus Travel, a global online company, to enable passengers worldwide to book Malaysia Airlines tickets.


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Computer Researchers Warn of Net Attacks (AP)
AP - Security researchers are warning about a new variety of unusually powerful Internet attacks that can overwhelm popular Web sites and disrupt e-mails by exploiting the computers that help manage global Internet traffic.

Quiz Reveals Spyware Chicanery (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Spyware and adware, how much to you know? Which sites are safe? How you can tell. An online quiz tests your ability to spot sites hosting the malicious stuff.

George Clooney denies writing political blog (AFP)
Oscar-winner George Clooney, pictured 05 March 2006, took a prominent US political commentator to task for posting on her website a blog made to look like it was written by the superstar.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Vince Bucci)AFP - Oscar-winner George Clooney took a prominent US political commentator to task for posting on her website a blog made to look like it was written by the superstar.


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AOL, Warner Bros. Launch Online Classic TV Site (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online and Warner Bros. launch In2TV an ad-supported site offering streaming video of classic TV shows, including "Welcome Back, Kotter," "Chico & The Man," and "Growing Pains."

Group: Online Content Spending Hits $2B (AP)
AP - Music sales helped propel U.S. spending on online content to a record $2 billion last year, a 15 percent increase from 2004, the Online Publishers Association reports.

Bit9 Launches Web Site About PC Files (AP)
AP - Is "malfile.exe" a virus? What does "hmtcd.dll" do?

ICANN to Test Non-English Domain Names (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency has outlined a plan for testing domain names entirely in non-English characters, bringing closer to reality a change highly sought by Asian and Arabic Internet users.

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