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Microsoft Cuts Price of MSN Dial-Up (PC World)
PC World - Move is intended to attract AOL subscribers unhappy with a recent price hike.

Security Firm Releases Patch For Zero-Day IE Flaw (TechWeb)
TechWeb - There's still no patch from Microsoft for a critical security flaw in the Internet Explorer browser, but computer security firm eEye Digital Security has released a temporary patch for the zero-day vulnerability.

Ex-Microsoft worker seeks damages from Merrill (Reuters)
Reuters - A law firm said on Tuesday it filed a lawsuit before the NASD on behalf of a former Microsoft Corp. employee who allegedly lost $1 million because of unsuitable recommendations by Merrill Lynch & Co. and its financial advisers.

Critical Internet Explorer Flaw Patched by Third Party (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - While Microsoft works on a patch for a critical Internet Explorer 6 script vulnerability that can allow a hacker to take control of a Windows PC, another firm has beaten Microsoft to the punch, releasing its own fix for the problem.

Microsoft hired ex-EU judges for mock trial: source (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg in this September 30, 2004 file photo. In a sign of how meticulously Microsoft is planning its antitrust battle against the European Commission next month, it hired three former EU judges to stage a mock trial, a source close to the situation said. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - In a sign of how meticulously Microsoft is planning its antitrust battle against the European Commission next month, it hired three former EU judges to stage a mock trial, a source close to the situation said.


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Microsoft Hired Ex-EU Judges For Mock Trial: Source (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The software giant is said to be engaged in some major planning for its last chance to stop the European Commission from levying heavy daily fines in a closed hearing on Thursday and Friday.

Software piracy costing Indonesia billions: Microsoft (AFP)
An Indonesian youth browses through software compact disks at a shop in Jakarta. Software piracy is costing the Indonesian economy billions of dollars each year and is stymieing the creation of a local information technology industry, a Microsoft representative said.(AFP/Jewel Samad)AFP - Software piracy is costing the Indonesian economy billions of dollars each year and is stymieing the creation of a local information technology industry, a Microsoft representative said.


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Microsoft faces last chance to dodge daily EU fine (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg in this September 30, 2004 file photo. Microsoft has a last chance to convince EU regulators this week that the software giant should not be fined up to 2 million euros ($2.4 million) daily for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft has a last chance to convince EU regulators this week that the software giant should not be fined up to 2 million euros ($2.4 million) daily for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions.


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Last Chance For Microsoft To Avoid EU Fines (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft has a last chance to convince EU regulators that the software giant should not be fined up to 2 million euros ($2.4 million) daily for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions.

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.

Iran Hard-Line Regime Cracks Down on Blogs (AP)
This is a Tuesday, March 28, 2006 screenshot of the Iranian-based blog Under Underground, posted by a writer who called himself Yasser from Tehran. In the conservative Islamic Republic, where the government has vast control over newspapers and the airwaves, weblogs are one of the last bastions of free expression, where people can speak openly about everything from sex to the nuclear controversy. (AP Photo)AP - On his last visit to Iran, Canadian-based blogger Hossein Derakhshan was detained and interrogated, then forced to sign a letter of apology for his blog writings before being allowed to leave the country.


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Bluetooth Adopts New Radio Technology (AP)
AP - The Bluetooth wireless standard used in cell phones and other small devices will take a leap in transmission speed, broadening its scope to enable high-definition video and files for digital music players like the iPod.

Vestcom Helps Retailers Court Shoppers (AP)
Tim McKenzie, executive vice president and director of sales and marketing at Vestcom, which produces shelf tags for thousands of stores, including Kroger Co., Target Corp. and Walgreen Co., speaks with a reporter about their products, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006 in Little Rock, Ark. (AP Photo/Mike Wintroath)AP - Shelf space. For retailers worried that their advertisements are reaching smaller audiences, it's the final frontier.


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EU to Eliminate 'Unjustified' High Costs (AP)
European Commissioner for Information Society and Media, Viviane Reding addresses the media at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Tuesday March 28, 2006. The EU said Tuesday it will force mobile phone companies to scrap the 'unjustified' high cost of using a phone abroad after they failed to cut prices over the past six months. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe)AP - The EU said Tuesday it will force mobile-phone companies to scrap the "unjustified" high costs customers are charged for using mobile phones while traveling in Europe outside their home countries.


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NAIC Launches Consumer Education Web Site (AP)
AP - Whether you're a young single or an empty nester, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners has tips on how you can protect yourself when you're buying auto, home, life or health insurance.

The Beatles and Apple face off in court (Reuters)
A record with an Apple Corps logo is seen placed  on the  top of an Apple computer with its logo, top left, in London Wednesday, March 29, 2006. The on-off trademark battle between Apple Computers and the Beatles record company Apple Corps re-emerges in the High Court in London Wednesday. The dispute centres on the US computer company's iTunes online music store which enables users of its revolutionary iPod to download and save thousands of pre-recorded songs via the internet. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)Reuters - The Beatles and Apple Computer are set to face off in on Wednesday in a trademark dispute triggered by Apple's move into the music business through its popular iPod player and iTunes download service.


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Tips & Tweaks: Matters of Importance (PC World)
PC World - Copyright issues, phishing scams, hearing loss, Macs, and a hot new video game.

Carriers' Pockets Jingle To The Sound Of Music (TechWeb)
TechWeb - All those tunes you've been hearing coming from mobile devices has been music to the ears of carriers, and growth in music downloaded to mobile phones is expected to continue.

Red Hat 4Q Profit Soars, Beats Estimates (AP)
AP - Red Hat Inc. is going through a growth spurt as companies become more comfortable with its software as an alternative to Windows and profits fuel the expansion, executives with the developer of open source software said Tuesday.

Red Hat profit doubles on corporate demand (Reuters)
Reuters - Red Hat Inc. , a leading distributor of open-source Linux software, said on Tuesday quarterly profit more than doubled on the back of strong subscription sales from corporate customers.

Iran Hard-Line Regime Cracks Down on Blogs (AP)
This is a Tuesday, March 28, 2006 screenshot of the Iranian-based blog Under Underground, posted by a writer who called himself Yasser from Tehran. In the conservative Islamic Republic, where the government has vast control over newspapers and the airwaves, weblogs are one of the last bastions of free expression, where people can speak openly about everything from sex to the nuclear controversy. (AP Photo)AP - On his last visit to Iran, Canadian-based blogger Hossein Derakhshan was detained and interrogated, then forced to sign a letter of apology for his blog writings before being allowed to leave the country.


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The Beatles and Apple face off in court (Reuters)
A record with an Apple Corps logo is seen placed  on the  top of an Apple computer with its logo, top left, in London Wednesday, March 29, 2006. The on-off trademark battle between Apple Computers and the Beatles record company Apple Corps re-emerges in the High Court in London Wednesday. The dispute centres on the US computer company's iTunes online music store which enables users of its revolutionary iPod to download and save thousands of pre-recorded songs via the internet. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)Reuters - The Beatles and Apple Computer are set to face off in on Wednesday in a trademark dispute triggered by Apple's move into the music business through its popular iPod player and iTunes download service.


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Yahoo Japan, SMBC may tie-up in online banking (AFP)
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang (R) shakes hands with Yahoo Japan President Masahiro Inoue at a Tokyo hotel. Yahoo Japan said it was in talks with the third largest Japanese bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp (SMBC), about a possible tie-up in online banking(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Yahoo Japan said it was in talks with the third largest Japanese bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp (SMBC), about a possible tie-up in online banking.


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Yahoo Japan to take stake in online bank: source (Reuters)
A man is seen viewing the Yahoo Japan website in an undated file photo. Yahoo Japan Corp. will invest in a venture to take an indirect stake in online bank Japan Net Bank, an industry source said on Wednesday. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Japan Corp. will invest in a venture to take an indirect stake in online bank Japan Net Bank, an industry source said on Wednesday.


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Google Deletes Own Blog (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Google Blog was unavailable for a short time earlier this week, and while it was first thought that it was a hack, the culprit turned out to be simple human error.

Security Firm Releases Patch For Zero-Day IE Flaw (TechWeb)
TechWeb - There's still no patch from Microsoft for a critical security flaw in the Internet Explorer browser, but computer security firm eEye Digital Security has released a temporary patch for the zero-day vulnerability.

The Strokes Don't Buy Into the Noise (AP)
AP - Call it the curse of the post punk-rock band in the Internet era: Play sold-out shows to die-hard fans; create buzz in the blogosphere; snag a huge record deal; land the coveted slot on "Saturday Night Live"; feel scorn from indie rock hipsters accusing you of selling out overnight.

Internet ad spending gains market share (Reuters)
Reuters - Online advertising spending surged 66 percent to 1.37 billion pounds ($2.39 billion) in 2005, according to new data released on Tuesday, giving it a 7.8 percent market share -- ahead of radio, consumer magazines and outdoor ads.

Canada a big hit for American Idol Underground (Reuters)
Guests mingle at an 'American Idol' party at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles in this March 9, 2006 file photo. Fluid Audio Networks of Los Angeles looked to Canadian investors to help launch American Idol Underground, a Web site where wannabe artists can get their music heard without the lineups and public put downs. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Fluid Audio Networks Chief Executive Justin Beckett had no trouble convincing "American Idol" to take Fox television's smash hit online, but when he tried to raise capital to expand his company he got rebuffed as firmly as most of the show's contestants.


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Verizon online directory in ad deal with Google (Reuters)
An undated view of SuperPages.com. Verizon Communications Inc.'s online directory SuperPages.com on Tuesday said it has linked up with Google to provide search advertising services to its millions of listed businesses. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Verizon Communications Inc.'s online directory SuperPages.com said on Tuesday it has linked up with Google to provide search advertising services to its millions of listed businesses.


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