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Microsoft Updates E-Mail Protection (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing new versions of its software packages for safeguarding and archiving e-mails and other corporate messages.

Judge denies Microsoft subpoenas against rivals (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - A District Court in California on Wednesday quashed an attempt by Microsoft Corp. to force Sun Microsystems Inc. and Oracle Corp. to provide documents in its battle with the European Commission.


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Venezuela Promotes Microsoft Alternative (AP)
AP - President Hugo Chavez, long critical of big transnational companies, is promoting free open-source software as an alternative to market-dominating Microsoft Corp.

Windows Vista Release May, Oddly, Help Linux (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The looming release of the next major upgrade to Microsoft's flagship Windows operating system, Windows Vista, is encouraging an unlikely group of users -- fans of rival software Linux.

Apple stock up after fresh EU Microsoft concerns (Reuters)
Shoppers pass by the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile November 25, 2005. Shares of Apple Computer Inc rose more than 5 percent on Wednesday as rival Microsoft Corp. faced fresh antitrust pressure from the European Commission. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Shares of Apple Computer Inc rose 6.2 percent on Wednesday as rival Microsoft Corp. faced fresh antitrust pressure from the European Commission.


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EU Warns Microsoft Over Vista Features (PC World)
PC World - European Commission spokesperson says features of 2007 OS may trigger new antitrust inquiry.

EU pressures Microsoft over new Vista system (Reuters)
A demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. The European Commission told Microsoft that it had competition worries about the company's Vista operating system, a Commission spokesman said on Wednesday. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft faced fresh antitrust pressure from the European Commission on Wednesday, a day before it fights to stave off fines handed down in a previous case by EU competition regulators.


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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 Joins OpenDocument Format Voting Group (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has joined a group that carries major weight in the voting process for the OpenDocument Format (ODF) standard, a specification that drew much attention last year as a result of the Massachusetts legislature's initiative to embrace the spec for government documents.

EU threatens new front in Windows row with Microsoft (AFP)
A customer walks near a display of Microsoft Windows XP software at a CompUSA store, March 2006 in San Francisco, California. The EU's anti-trust watchdog has warned it could open a new front in a standoff with Microsoft, on the eve of talks on the US software giant's non-compliance with an earlier ruling.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - The EU's anti-trust watchdog has warned it could open a new front in a standoff with Microsoft, on the eve of talks on the US software giant's non-compliance with an earlier ruling.


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Apple Sets New Volume Controls for IPods (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. customers listen to the new Apple iPod Nano at the Apple Computer Store in a Palo Alto, Calif. file photo from Sept. 9, 2005. Owners of recent iPods will now be able to set how loud their digital music players can go. Apple Computer Inc., facing complaints and a lawsuit claiming the popular player can cause hearing loss, makes the setting available as part of a new software update.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - In a world where hearing problems are real, concerns are mounting and lawyers are looking to make gadget providers liable, Apple Computer Inc. — the maker of the predominant iPod music player — has created new volume controls.


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Microsoft Updates E-Mail Protection (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing new versions of its software packages for safeguarding and archiving e-mails and other corporate messages.

Study: S. Korea Not 'Most-Wired' Country (AP)
AP - Because of its high prevalence of broadband access, South Korea is often considered the world's "most-wired" nation. But a new study of international Internet usage offered evidence that people in other countries are even more connected.

Speech Recognition Offered for Handhelds (AP)
AP - For now, something like "Call Mom" is the most advanced voice command that most cell phones can handle. A maker of speech-recognition software for personal computers hopes to change that.

Venezuela Promotes Microsoft Alternative (AP)
AP - President Hugo Chavez, long critical of big transnational companies, is promoting free open-source software as an alternative to market-dominating Microsoft Corp.

eBay China unit forms alliance with major retailer (Reuters)
Reuters - The China unit of online auctioneer eBay Inc. has formed an alliance with one of the nation's biggest retailers in a bid to gain more traction with mainstream Chinese shoppers, it said on Thursday.

Ramsay: TiVo Shared Technology With Dish (AP)
TiVo boxes on display at the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The US digital television recording pioneer has allied with Verizon Wireless to enable customers to use cell phones to control TV set-top recorders, the companies announced(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AP - TiVo Inc. shared details of its technology with Dish Network, which later used it in its own TiVo-like boxes that can pause and rewind live television programs, a TiVo co-founder said Wednesday.


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Drops in cellular fees to slow: Sprint exec (Reuters)
A model talks on her cellular phone while getting her make-up done backstage in Culver City, California, on March 19, 2006. The price of cellular phone calls should decline more slowly in 2006 than in recent times as the duration of phone calls expands less rapidly, a top executive at Sprint Nextel Corp. said on March 29, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - The price of cellular phone calls should decline more slowly in 2006 than in recent times as the duration of phone calls expands less rapidly, a top executive at Sprint Nextel Corp. said on Wednesday.


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Windows Vista Release May, Oddly, Help Linux (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The looming release of the next major upgrade to Microsoft's flagship Windows operating system, Windows Vista, is encouraging an unlikely group of users -- fans of rival software Linux.

Apple offers volume-capping software for iPod (AFP)
An Apple presentation of the iPod nano.   Faced with litigation charging that its market-dominating iPod music player deafens users, US-based Apple Computer released volume-capping software.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - Faced with litigation charging that its market-dominating iPod music player deafens users, US-based Apple Computer released volume-capping software.


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eBay China unit forms alliance with major retailer (Reuters)
Reuters - The China unit of online auctioneer eBay Inc. has formed an alliance with one of the nation's biggest retailers in a bid to gain more traction with mainstream Chinese shoppers, it said on Thursday.

Yahoo Japan to take stake in SMFG online bank (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Japan Corp. said on Thursday it would ally with Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG), Japan's third-biggest bank, to take a stake in the lender's online subsidiary Japan Net Bank.

Justices question eBay patent arguments (Reuters)
A man uses an eBay kiosk at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6, 2006. Supreme Court justices showed little inclination to scale back the rights of patent holders, sharply questioning arguments made by lawyers representing online auctioneer eBay Inc. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. Supreme Court justices showed little inclination on Wednesday to scale back the rights of patent holders, sharply questioning arguments made by a lawyer representing online auctioneer eBay Inc.


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Patchy Internet access a worry for Irish business (Reuters)
A bay on Valentia Island is seen in this undated handout picture released by Cork Kerry Tourism on March 29, 2006. Known as the last parish before America, tiny Valentia Island seems an unlikely setting for a 140-year-old communications revolution, particularly in light of 21st-century Ireland's poor transport links and patchy Internet access. (Cork Kerry Tourism/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - A huddle of fishing boats buffeted by the Atlantic wind, with the rolling peaks of the Irish mainland beyond, are all you can see from Diarmuid Ring's kitchen window.


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Citigroup launches Internet banking (Reuters)
A logo of Citigroup is shown surrounded by the reflection of financial buildings in Hong Kong January 19, 2006. Citigroup Inc. has begun an Internet bank that offers higher interest rates as part of its plan to attract more online customers and reverse a decline in consumer banking profit. (Paul Yeung/Reuters)Reuters - Citigroup Inc. has set up an Internet bank that offers higher interest rates, as part of its plan to attract more online customers and reverse a decline in consumer banking profit.


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YouTube, E! in broadband "mash-up" (Reuters)
An undated screenshot from the website http://www.YouTube.com. The fast-growing viral-video Web site is teaming with E! Networks in support of a new broadband offering from the cable programmer. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Fast-growing viral-video Web site http://www.YouTube.com is teaming with E! Networks in support of a new broadband offering from the cable programmer.


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TV downloads break new barrier with "Scrubs" deal (Reuters)
Actor Zach Braff, star of the TV show 'Scrubs', poses at the 'Chicken Little' premiere in Hollywood in this October 30, 2005 file photo. In another first for the fledgling world of 'on-demand' television, NBC and the sister studio of rival network ABC have teamed up to make 'Scrubs,' available for Internet downloads. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - In another first for the fledgling world of "on-demand" television, NBC and the sister studio of rival network ABC have teamed up to make a prime-time show of shared interest, "Scrubs," available for Internet downloads.


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Study: S. Korea Not 'Most-Wired' Country (AP)
AP - Because of its high prevalence of broadband access, South Korea is often considered the world's "most-wired" nation. But a new study of international Internet usage offered evidence that people in other countries are even more connected.

Verizon rivals challenge broadband decision (Reuters)
Traffic passes a Verizon Wireless store in the headquarters of Verizon Communications Inc. in New York in this February 14, 2005 file photo. A group representing telephone and Internet companies on March 29, 2006 challenged action by U.S. regulators that freed Verizon from rules on its broadband data services for businesses. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)Reuters - A group representing telephone and Internet companies on Wednesday challenged action by U.S. regulators that freed Verizon Communications from rules on its broadband data services for businesses.


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Google finalizes deal for AOL stake (AFP)
The logo of internet search engine company Google at the headquarters in Mountain View in Silicon Valley, south of San Francisco. Google has finalized its purchase of a five percent stake in America Online, part of a strategic move for the Internet search titan as well as AOL parent Time Warner.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google has finalized its purchase of a five percent stake in America Online, part of a strategic move for the Internet search titan as well as AOL parent Time Warner.


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