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Microsoft wins big European TV deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) will use Microsoft's software to deliver television and video-on-demand over its upgraded Internet Protocol network starting this summer, the two companies said on Tuesday.

Microsoft Readying Windows Live Shopping (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. is building a Windows Live Shopping site.

Microsoft Refreshes IE 7 Beta 2 Preview (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft updates the Beta 2 preview of Internet Explorer 7, saying that the next generation browser's rendering engine is now complete.

Microsoft Admits Internet Explorer Mistakes (PC World)
PC World - Software giant waited too long to innovate, Bill Gates says.

Microsoft Cracks Down on Phishing (PC World)
PC World - Company unveils a global initiative to fight cybercriminals.

Microsoft working on mobile game device: report (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates speaks during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft Corp. is working on a handheld gaming device that will also play music and movies in a challenge to rivals such as Sony and Apple, the San Jose Mercury News said on Monday. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - Microsoft Corp. is working on a handheld gaming device that will also play music and movies in a challenge to rivals such as Sony and Apple, the San Jose Mercury News said on Monday.


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Microsoft Refreshes IE 7 Beta (PC World)
PC World - Software giant also will preview its Atlas framework at the MIX 06 show this week.

Microsoft Vows To Keep Pressure On Phishers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft on Monday promised to file more than 50 new lawsuits against phishing scammers before the middle of the year.

Gates Q&A: Changes Around The Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's chairman sits down with us to preview the many updates to be made to Office.

Is Microsoft Working on Another Secret Project? (PC World)
PC World - Chip maker Transmeta reveals that it is helping the software giant build...something.

Google to Introduce Finance Section (AP)
A screenshot image shows a chart page from Google Finance, which features links to thousands of different news sources and blogs as well as information and data from financial publishers such as Reuters, Hoover's and Morningstar, in this handout released March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Google/HandoutAP - Online search engine leader Google Inc. is devoting a section of its Web site to information about the stock market and corporate America, filling a gaping product hole as it continues to battle for Internet traffic with rivals Yahoo Inc., MSN and America Online.


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Designer Fashions Flourish Online (AP)
This is a frame shot of the Neiman Maarcus Website.  According to Forrester Research, luxury online sales, including jewelry and designer fashions, rose 28 percent to $3.2 billion last year from the previous year.  (AP Photo/HO/NEIMAN MARCUS)AP - Margaret Forehand, a self-proclaimed designer fashion junkie, has been pleased with the plentiful offerings found on luxury stores' Web sites recently.


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Amazon.com Modifies 'Abortion' Queries (AP)
AP - Amazon.com Inc. said Monday it had modified the way its search engine handles queries for the term "abortion" after receiving an e-mail complaint that the results appeared biased.

Web Site to Sell Items From TV Shows (AP)
AP - A new Web site could carry America's fascination with celebrities and the art of product placement on TV to dizzying levels.

Analysts: Ruling Could Hurt Amazon.com (AP)
AP - When a New Jersey judge ruled that Amazon.com Inc. breached a groundbreaking contract with Toys R Us Inc., she delivered with the legal blow a public scolding, calling company executives obstinate, arrogant and even childish.

China blocks VOIP calls for two years: FT (AFP)
Skype users talk over the Internet.  China has moved to protect its fixed telephone line business by banning free Internet telephone services for at least two years, the Financial Times reports(AFP/File/Kim Jae-Hwan)AFP - China has moved to protect its fixed telephone line business by banning free Internet telephone services for at least two years, the Financial Times reports.


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Burning Questions: No Copying From First High-Def Players (PC World)
PC World - The first HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc players will ship soon--without any support for consumer copying.

LG Elec hopes to win GSM market with "choc" phone (Reuters)
A South Korean businessman walks past a company sign of LG Electronics in Seoul in this January 25, 2005 file photo. LG said on March 21, 2006 that it will start shipping its 'Chocolate' mobile phone in Europe by early May. REUTERS/You Sung-HoReuters - LG Electronics (066570.KS) said on Tuesday it will start shipping its "Chocolate" mobile phone in Europe by early May, in an attempt to break through in the GSM markets where it lags far behind its direct rivals.


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Novell Plans SUSE Linux 11 For 2008 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Just as version 10 is shipping, a Novell exec provided a sneak preview of the next version. It will offer virtualization for servers and storage, enhanced security, a compiler and run-time, and identity management and provisioning.

Oracle 3Q Profit Surpasses Expectations (AP)
The Oracle campus is seen in Redwood Shores, Calif., on Friday, March 17, 2006. Business software maker Oracle Corp. is expected to report fiscal third-quarter earnings of 18 cents per share after the stock market closes Monday, March 20, 2006 and discuss its effort to stitch together all the pieces of a recent shopping spree that has included the acquisitions of rivals PeopleSoft Inc. and Siebel Systems Inc. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)AP - Oracle Corp. said Monday its quarterly profit rose 42 percent, marking the business software maker's most significant strides since embarking on a high-priced shopping spree of software makers more than a year ago.


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China blocks VOIP calls for two years: FT (AFP)
Skype users talk over the Internet.  China has moved to protect its fixed telephone line business by banning free Internet telephone services for at least two years, the Financial Times reports(AFP/File/Kim Jae-Hwan)AFP - China has moved to protect its fixed telephone line business by banning free Internet telephone services for at least two years, the Financial Times reports.


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Google launches financial news, data, blog site (Reuters)
A screenshot image shows a chart page from Google Finance, which features links to thousands of different news sources and blogs as well as information and data from financial publishers such as Reuters, Hoover's and Morningstar, in this handout released March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Google/HandoutReuters - Google Inc. is introducing a financial news, stock quote and chat service that seeks to shake up the online finance information market now dominated by Internet media rivals and online brokers.


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Google to Introduce Finance Section (AP)
A screenshot image shows a chart page from Google Finance, which features links to thousands of different news sources and blogs as well as information and data from financial publishers such as Reuters, Hoover's and Morningstar, in this handout released March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Google/HandoutAP - Online search engine leader Google Inc. is devoting a section of its Web site to information about the stock market and corporate America, filling a gaping product hole as it continues to battle for Internet traffic with rivals Yahoo Inc., MSN and America Online.


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Designer Fashions Flourish Online (AP)
This is a frame shot of the Neiman Maarcus Website.  According to Forrester Research, luxury online sales, including jewelry and designer fashions, rose 28 percent to $3.2 billion last year from the previous year.  (AP Photo/HO/NEIMAN MARCUS)AP - Margaret Forehand, a self-proclaimed designer fashion junkie, has been pleased with the plentiful offerings found on luxury stores' Web sites recently.


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Web Site to Sell Items From TV Shows (AP)
AP - A new Web site could carry America's fascination with celebrities and the art of product placement on TV to dizzying levels.

Amazon.com Modifies 'Abortion' Queries (AP)
AP - Amazon.com Inc. said Monday it had modified the way its search engine handles queries for the term "abortion" after receiving an e-mail complaint that the results appeared biased.

Senator weighs FCC enforcing Net neutrality (Reuters)
Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) is flanked by Senators David Vitter (R-LA) (L) and Craig Thomas during a field hearing of the Commerce Committee in New Orleans, Louisiana, in this November 7, 2005 file photo. On March 20, 2006, Stevens said he is considering a mechanism in which the Federal Communications Commission would be charged with ensuring that consumers can go wherever they choose on the Internet or run any Internet-based application. REUTERS/Lucas JacksonReuters - Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens on Monday said he is considering a mechanism in which the Federal Communications Commission would be charged with ensuring that consumers can go wherever they choose on the Internet or run any Internet-based application.


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Verizon wins deregulation of broadband, rivals say (Reuters)
The Verizon headquarters in New York. The U.S. telecoms regulator was poised to reveal on Monday whether it would ease numerous regulations on some of Verizon's high-speed, broadband data services for lucrative business customers. REUTERS/Peter MorganReuters - Communications regulators have granted Verizon Communications exemption from numerous regulations on its business broadband data services, the company's competitors said on Monday.


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Google Partners With Nike On Soccer Site (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google and Nike launch a Web site for soccer fans that offers video, information on games and players and social networking.

Microsoft Refreshes IE 7 Beta 2 Preview (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft updates the Beta 2 preview of Internet Explorer 7, saying that the next generation browser's rendering engine is now complete.

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