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Microsoft Warns Of Dangerous IE Exploit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An exploit for a new zero-day bug in Internet Explorer appeared Thursday, causing security companies to ring alarms and Microsoft to issue a security advisory that promised it would patch the problem.

Microsoft Announces Windows Unit Shake-Up (AP)
In this Monday, Jan. 31, 2005 file photo, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates explains the connected home concept to an audience in Munich, Germany. The software giant announced on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 that it will delay the consumer release of its new Windows operating system until January 2007. (AP Photo/Uwe Lein)AP - Microsoft Corp. announced a shake-up Thursday of the unit that includes its flagship Windows operating system, two days after the company admitted it won't have its next consumer version of Windows ready for the holiday season as planned.


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Microsoft reshuffles Windows operations following Vista delay blow (AFP)
A customer walks near a display of Microsoft Windows XP software at a CompUSA store, 22 March 2006 in San Francisco, California.  Microsoft Corp. unveiled a major reshuffle of its Windows operations, just two days after announcing a costly delay in the launch of its Vista operating system.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - US software behemoth Microsoft Corp. unveiled a major reshuffle of its Windows operations, just two days after announcing a costly delay in the launch of its Vista operating system.


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Palm quarterly profit rises on strong Treo sales (Reuters)
Microsoft Corporation Chairman Bill Gates (L), Palm Inc. CEO Ed Colligan (C) and Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl announce in San Francisco a strategic alliance to expand the smartphone market with a new line of Treo smartphones in this September 26, 2005 file photo. On March 23, 2006, Palm reported earnings that beat analysts' forecasts as it sold more Treo cell phones and introduced a new device based on Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system. (Lou Dematteis/Reuters)Reuters - Palm Inc. on Thursday reported earnings that beat analysts' forecasts as it sold more Treo cell phones and introduced a new device based on Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system.


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Low Bar Makes Vista Damage Minor To Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Industry analysts weigh in on how much impact the Windows Vista delay will have, and some say there are signs that more "delays" could be coming.

Microsoft Reshuffles Responsibilities (PC World)
PC World - Windows and Windows Live merge into new group.

Microsoft Slams Apple's Security System (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Here's a twist: Microsoft's security people are lecturing Apple on how to handle security problems. Microsoft tells Apple to "tackle security issues by getting out ahead of them" and offers other friendly advice.

Microsoft names new head of Windows business (Reuters)
Steven Sinofsky is seen in an undated publicity photo. Microsoft Corp. named Sinofsky to oversee its core Windows business on Thursday, choosing someone from the company's Office business software unit to lead an operating system division beset by delays and missed deadlines. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. replaced the top manager of its core Windows business on Thursday, promoting an executive from its Office business software unit two days after announcing a delay in its next-generation Vista operating system.


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Can Microsoft Make the Trains Run on Time? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Windows doesn't have the corner on the market when it comes to slip dates. Office 2007 is running behind schedule, too. So will appointing Microsoft's Office chief to head Windows really fix Microsoft's delivery problems?

Microsoft Offers Rivals Free Technical Support (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has offered to give unlimited, free technical support to rival software companies in the European Union as part of its compliance with mandates drawn up by the European Commission.

Nevada Approves New Mobile Gambling Rules (AP)
PDA devices, programmed with wireless mobile gaming software, are shown in the showroom at Shuffle Master Inc.  in Las Vegas on Wednesday, March 22, 2006. Regulations passed Thursday clear the final regulatory hurdle to mobile games being allowed statewide in any public area of casinos such as restaurants and poolsides. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Sarah Steineker, 50, is stuck to her seat. She's got a bingo game going, and the "hot ball" jackpot is up to $14,490. But thanks to mobile gambling regulations that passed the Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday, she soon may be able to take that bingo game with her elsewhere in the casino.


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Israeli Software Firm Abandons U.S. Deal (AP)
President Bush speaks prior to signing legislation to authorize the extension of nondiscriminatory treatment to the products of Ukraine, Thursday, March 23, 2006, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington.  (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)AP - A leading Israeli software company failed to resolve security objections by the Bush administration over its plans to buy a smaller U.S. technology rival and abruptly abandoned the $225 million deal.


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Microsoft Announces Windows Unit Shake-Up (AP)
In this Monday, Jan. 31, 2005 file photo, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates explains the connected home concept to an audience in Munich, Germany. The software giant announced on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 that it will delay the consumer release of its new Windows operating system until January 2007. (AP Photo/Uwe Lein)AP - Microsoft Corp. announced a shake-up Thursday of the unit that includes its flagship Windows operating system, two days after the company admitted it won't have its next consumer version of Windows ready for the holiday season as planned.


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Game Makers Turn to Online Distribution (AP)
Christine Canasa plays a car racing game using the new Xbox 360 game at Micro Center computer store in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, Feb. 27, 2006. Walk into any store today that carries video games for sale or rent, and chances are PC-based versions will be either overshadowed by console games, or non-existent. Market research also shows PC games at retail steadily shrinking over the last five years. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Walk into any store that sells or rents video games, and chances are you'll find only a few shelves, if any, for personal computer games amid the aisles dominated by console software.


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Yahoo Signs Deal for '60 Minutes' Video (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. and CBS Corp. have signed a deal to bring video from CBS's popular "60 Minutes" program to Yahoo's web sites, beginning this fall.

Should the Internet Play Favorites? (PC World)
PC World - In possible threats to 'Net neutrality', businesses may be charged for express handling of their data packets, and bulk e-mailers may have to pay for guaranteed delivery of their messages.

In Brief (PC World)
PC World - Beating Blur: The latest hot feature in digital cameras is antishake technology, which helps reduce photo blurriness resulting from a shutterbug's jitters. Several leading camera makers have introduced antishake features in their affordable point-and-shoot lines.

TV Your Way (PC World)
PC World - From IPTV to cell phone services, new technologies are poised to change how and where we watch TV--not to mention the programming itself.

Oracle: Open source keeps vendors on their toes (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The specter of open source forces large software vendors to stay on their toes and nurtures innovation, an Oracle official said during a presentation at TheServerSide Java Symposium on Thursday afternoon.

"Shadow of the Colossus" and "Darwinia" celebrities at electronic games awards (AFP)
Electronic games by Introversion Software in England and Sony Computer in Japan won top honors in the United States at what amounted to the industry's Sundance Festival and Academy Awards. Independent Games Festival (IGF) winners and Game Developers Choice Awards victors were announced on Thursday after ceremonies at the Game Developers Conference in San Jose, California(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Electronic games by Introversion Software in England and Sony Computer in Japan won top honors in the United States at what amounted to the industry's Sundance Festival and Academy Awards.


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Should the Internet Play Favorites? (PC World)
PC World - In possible threats to 'Net neutrality', businesses may be charged for express handling of their data packets, and bulk e-mailers may have to pay for guaranteed delivery of their messages.

Company Sued Over Selling E-Mail Addresses (AP)
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer speaks at a news conference in New York March 15, 2006, to announce a lawsuit against H and R Block. (Mike Segar/Reuters)AP - New York's attorney general sued an Internet company Thursday over the selling of e-mail addresses in what authorities say may be the biggest deliberate breach of Internet privacy ever.


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Microsoft Warns Of Dangerous IE Exploit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An exploit for a new zero-day bug in Internet Explorer appeared Thursday, causing security companies to ring alarms and Microsoft to issue a security advisory that promised it would patch the problem.

Broadband Use, Online News Growing Together (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Newsflash: study says the more people get fat pipes, the more news they get online.

"60 Minutes" in Web news tie-up with Yahoo (Reuters)
An undated view of Yahoo's home page. CBS Corp. on Thursday said it will showcase segments from its popular '60 Minutes' television news magazine on Yahoo Inc. as it seeks a wider audience for its news programs. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - CBS Corp. will showcase segments of its "60 Minutes" television news magazine on the popular Internet portal Yahoo as the TV network seeks to rope in a wider audience for news programs, the companies said on Thursday.


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Largest U.S. Fine Ever Levied for Spam Violations (PC World)
PC World - Internet marketer to pay $900,000.

US commerce chief backs Apple over French law (AFP)
A poster in Paris shows a miniaturized iPod called the "nano."  US Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez backed angry protests by Apple Computer over a new French law that would throw open Apple's popular online music store to competitors.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - US Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez backed angry protests by Apple Computer over a new French law that would throw open Apple's popular online music store to competitors.


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More Time With Media Means Less Patience For Ads (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Consumers are increasing their total media intake by embracing new options and technologies--mostly the Internet--without cutting back on time spent with traditional media, according to a just-completed media engagement study from OMD.

Marketers Google Themselves For ROI (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Marketers on the hunt for ROI are increasingly using the same tools everyone else uses to search for stuff--Google, Yahoo! and MSN.

Yahoo Signs Deal for '60 Minutes' Video (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. and CBS Corp. have signed a deal to bring video from CBS's popular "60 Minutes" program to Yahoo's web sites, beginning this fall.

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