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Microsoft Touts Products for Businesses (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. wants to sell smaller businesses on the idea that its products can offer the traditional benefits of desktop computer software while taking advantage of growing Web-based tools.

Microsoft Opens IE Bug Database (PC World)
PC World - Users will be able to report bugs found in the Web browser.

Microsoft Unveils Hosted CRM Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In the wake of announcements last week that Microsoft is delaying the consumer version of the next-generation Vista operating system, the company issued a statement on Sunday to highlight a few of its software initiatives on the business front.

IDC cuts PC sales view on Microsoft Vista delay (Reuters)
Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. Market researcher IDC on Monday cut its forecast for 2006 U.S. personal computer sales by 2 percent, citing Microsoft Corp.'s delayed consumer launch of its Windows Vista operating system. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Market researcher IDC on Monday cut its forecast for 2006 U.S. personal computer sales by 2 percent, citing Microsoft Corp.'s delayed consumer launch of its Windows Vista operating system.


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To Host or Not to Host: Is That Microsoft's Big Question? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft 'CRM Live' and 'ERP Live' may not take the hosted-application shape that many company watchers, partners and customers have expected. Instead, Microsoft may lean more toward business mash ups as the crux of its software-as-a-service push.

New Windows head to change culture at unit: exec (Reuters)
Steven Sinofsky is seen in an undated publicity photo. Sinofsky, the new head of Microsoft Corp.'s core Windows division, will bring a cultural change to the business responsible for the largest portion of the software giant's revenue and profit, a senior company executive said on Sunday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The new head of Microsoft Corp.'s core Windows division will bring a cultural change to the business responsible for the largest portion of the software giant's revenue and profit, a senior company executive said on Sunday.


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Microsoft reveals Web app dev strategy -- and Vista delay (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft intended last week’s first-ever Mix 06 show to be a coming-out party for the company’s next-generation Web app dev plan. But the show may be better remembered for Microsoft’s sudden announcement of the delay of Windows Vista until January 2007.

Vista Delay Is No PC Worry, IDC Says (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The delay of Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system will have a muted impact on PC shipments in 2006 and might actually help them in 2007, a new report by IDC says.

Microsoft appeals South Korea antitrust ruling (Reuters)
A sign promoting Microsoft's Windows software at a Seoul subway station. Microsoft appealed on Monday against a South Korean ruling that it should unbundle its media player and messaging service from its Windows software. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp., appealed on Monday against a South Korean ruling that it should unbundle its media player and messaging service from its Windows software.


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Microsoft Fights S.Korean Antitrust Ruling (AP)
Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. Market researcher IDC on Monday cut its forecast for 2006 U.S. personal computer sales by 2 percent, citing Microsoft Corp.'s delayed consumer launch of its Windows Vista operating system. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. filed a lawsuit on Monday challenging a set of punitive measures that South Korea's antitrust regulators imposed on the U.S. software company for its alleged unfair business practices.


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High-Tech Firms Move Into Potato Country (AP)
Curt Morris, Port of Quincy board president, stands Thursday, March 23, 2006, on a bluff overlooking a new residential development on the banks of the Columbia River west of Quincy, Wash. The city of Quincy has received two proposals from Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. to build massive data storage centers in the area, which has also drawn the interest of residential developers. (AP Photo/Shannon Dininny)AP - In the heart of potato country, a high-tech boom is taking place. Technology giants Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. are planning to build massive data storage centers amid the sagebrush and farm fields of rural central Washington.


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FEC Won't Regulate Internet Politics (AP)
AP - Regulators brought Internet political advertising under the nation's campaign finance law Monday but declared that all other political activity on the Internet would be untethered by federal rules.

Two Internet Telephone Services Debut (AP)
AP - In a March 26 story about Internet telephony, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Internet portal Lycos is owned by Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica SA. Telefonica sold Lycos to Daum Communications Corp. of South Korea in 2004.

Fed Unveils New Web Page for Youngsters (AP)
AP - Don't worry, Hilary Duff and Jesse McCartney. There could be less competition for your status as celebrity heartthrobs.

Lobby Wants Gains From Immigration Debate (AP)
AP - High-tech firms eager to import more engineers, computer buffs and other skilled workers are waiting anxiously to see if their needs will be met as Congress grapples with overhauling immigration law.

How to get started creating your blog (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Ready to join the blogging revolution? Creating a personal website or a blog has never been easier. Here are a few tips on how to get started with three different programs.

'Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror' sets standard for PSP titles (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Each successful video game console has a game that defines it: The original PlayStation had Tomb Raider, there was Grand Theft Auto III on the PlayStation 2 and Halo for Xbox. The portable PSP has finally gotten its hallmark title: Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror.

NTT DoCoMo, Lawson forge capital tie-up to promote 'wallet phones' (AFP)
A Japanese woman uses her mobile phone outside a NTT DoCoMo shop in Tokyo. NTT DoCoMo has unveiled a capital tie-up with the nation's second largest convenience store operator Lawson to promote a wallet function of its cellular phones.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japan's top mobile telecoms firm NTT DoCoMo has unveiled a capital tie-up with the nation's second largest convenience store operator Lawson to promote a wallet function of its cellular phones.


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Oracle's App Dev V.P. Talks Up Fusion, Open Source (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Oracle's senior vice president of applications development offers an update on Fusion, open source plans and more.

High court to hear landmark eBay patent case (Reuters)
A man uses an eBay kiosk during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6, 2006. The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in a patent case involving online auctioneer eBay Inc. that is part of a wider struggle between the software and pharmaceutical industries over the future of the patent system. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in a patent case involving online auctioneer eBay Inc. that is part of a wider struggle between the software and pharmaceutical industries over the future of the U.S. patent system.


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How to get started creating your blog (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Ready to join the blogging revolution? Creating a personal website or a blog has never been easier. Here are a few tips on how to get started with three different programs.

U.S. Makes Seized Iraqi Documents Public (AP)
AP - The federal government is making public a huge trove of documents seized during the invasion of Iraq, posting them on the Internet in a step that is at once a nod to the Web's power and an admission that U.S. intelligence resources are overloaded.

Beatles Say iTunes Is Bad Apple (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple Computer is on the defensive in Europe for the second time in as many weeks as the company prepares to battle The Beatles' record label.

FEC Won't Regulate Internet Politics (AP)
AP - Regulators brought Internet political advertising under the nation's campaign finance law Monday but declared that all other political activity on the Internet would be untethered by federal rules.

Separated man sues US online matchmaker for singles only (AFP)
US matchmaker eHarmony has been sued for refusing to let a man use the online dating service until his divorce is final, the attorney behind the suit said.(eHarmony )AFP - US matchmaker eHarmony has been sued for refusing to let a man use the online dating service until his divorce is final, the attorney behind the suit said.


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High court to hear landmark eBay patent case (Reuters)
A man uses an eBay kiosk during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6, 2006. The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in a patent case involving online auctioneer eBay Inc. that is part of a wider struggle between the software and pharmaceutical industries over the future of the patent system. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in a patent case involving online auctioneer eBay Inc. that is part of a wider struggle between the software and pharmaceutical industries over the future of the U.S. patent system.


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Two Internet Telephone Services Debut (AP)
AP - In a March 26 story about Internet telephony, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Internet portal Lycos is owned by Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica SA. Telefonica sold Lycos to Daum Communications Corp. of South Korea in 2004.

Correction: Internet-Calling Story (AP)
AP - In a March 26 story about Internet telephony, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Internet portal Lycos is owned by Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica SA. Telefonica sold Lycos to Daum Communications Corp. of South Korea in 2004.

Hughes Satellites Target Rural Broadband (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hughes unveils new services as the broadband satellite provider continues to redefine itself after selling its DirectTV satellite television business two years ago.

Student loads college hopes on "Brokeback" truck (Reuters)
'Brokeback Mountain' stars Heath Ledger (R) and Jake Gyllenhaal are seen at the 12th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, January 29, 2006. A half-ton pick-up truck used in the award-winning gay Western 'Brokeback Mountain' is up for sale, and the seller, a Canadian high school student, hopes the proceeds will help pay his way through college. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - A half-ton pick-up truck used in the award-winning gay Western "Brokeback Mountain" is up for sale, and the seller, a Canadian high school student, hopes the proceeds will help pay his way through college.


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