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Microsoft upbeat in talks on EU anti-trust row (AFP)
A customer walks past a display of Microsoft Windows XP software. Microsoft says it hope it could yet avoid threatened EU fines linked to a landmark 2004 competition ruling, as last-ditch negotiations resumed in Brussels.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - US software giant Microsoft says it hope it could yet avoid threatened EU fines linked to a landmark 2004 competition ruling, as last-ditch negotiations resumed in Brussels.


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Microsoft resumes antitrust fight (Reuters)
Microsoft's top lawyer Brad Smith speaks to reporters in Brussels, March 31, 2006. (Thierry Roge/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft, sounding an optimistic note, resumed its last-ditch fight on Friday against antitrust fines of up to 2 million euros a day proposed by the European Commission.


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Microsoft, EU Commission spar over antitrust fines (Reuters)
Microsoft's top lawyer Brad Smith talks to reporters before a two-day closed hearing with the European Commission and third parties in Brussels, March 30, 2006. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft and the European Commission traded blows as the software giant made a last-ditch bid to avoid antitrust fines, and U.S. diplomats urged Brussels to treat the company fairly.


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Review: MS Works 2006 Ideal for New Users (AP)
The package of Microsoft Works Suite 2006 pictured in Frankfurt, Germany, Wednesday, March 29, 2006. We ditched our normal software to try out Microsoft Works Suite 2006, a six-application-in-one that the company says seamlessly blends word processing, maps, photos and other tools. After nearly three months, it's mostly worked just fine. Works Suite 2006 is ideal for new users who want to manage their home life but without getting into the nitty gritty or relying on free, Web-based programs to do the same thing.  (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop)AP - In my household, we don't use our laptops for anything too complex — typing letters, copying recipes and storing photos of our baby boy and our trips to European capitals.


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Third-Party IE Patches Moving Fast As Spam Attack Starts (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Tens of thousands of Internet Explorer users aren't waiting for Microsoft to provide a patch for the critical bug in their browser.

Microsoft Defends Vista Against New EU Charges (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EU says Microsoft should strip out features from Vista or face new charges of antitrust violations. Those features include Windows Defender, the anti-spyware software it's integrating with the OS.

Microsoft Revamps Hosted-Messaging Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is rolling out a rebranded version of its hosted enterprise-messaging services, formerly known as FrontBridge, and is offering a new per-user licensing model for all the services in the new package.

Microsoft Defends Itself at EU Hearing (AP)
European Commission anti-trust official Cecilio Madero-Villarejo, center, gestures while speaking with the media outside the EU Borchette building in Brussels, Thursday March 30, 2006. Microsoft lawyers said Thursday the U.S. software giant had lived up to European Union antitrust demands at the start of a two-day hearing with EU regulators in an attempt to avoid new fines. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)AP - Microsoft Corp. and the EU squared off Thursday for a hearing that gives the software giant a last chance to defend itself before regulators decide whether to impose daily fines of 2 million euros ($2.4 million).


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U.S. Judge Denies Microsoft Subpoenas Against Rivals (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft isn't going to be allowed access to documents from Sun or Oracle in its fight with the European Commission. Requests regarding IBM and Novell are still pending.

Microsoft, EU Spar Over Antitrust Case (TechWeb)
TechWeb - As a member of the European Commission accused Microsoft of turning this week's hearing into a "media exercise," the company argued it has more than complied with the Commission's demands.

U.S. Demands Files From ISPs, Tech Firms (AP)
AP - The Justice Department is demanding internal files from dozens of Internet service providers and other technology firms as it seeks to defend a controversial Internet child protection law.

'Kosher' Phone Merges Technology, Faith (AP)
Ultra Orthodox Jews in prayer shawls use a mobile phone and a camera to take pictures of the sunrise as it is seen from Masada, a cliff overlooking the Jordan River where Jewish rebels defended a fortress from Roman soldiers in 73 A.D., in this early Monday May 24, 2004 file photo. Talks are under way between Mirs Comunications Ltd, an Israeli subsidiary of Motorola, to introduce a  ' Kosher phone ' to Jewish communities in the United States and other nations possibly later this year. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov/FILE)AP - It sounds like the setup for a punch line: What do you get when you cross an ultra-Orthodox rabbi with a mobile phone? But the "kosher phone" is real and its developers are serious about looking beyond the religious enclaves of Israel. Some Arab companies even have inquired about the phone's main feature: keeping out sex lines and other worldly temptations.


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Wash. Website Owner Wins Free Speech Case (AP)
AP - The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday a trial judge overreached his authority when he restricted a man from posting information on a Web site.

China Shutters Online Store XyMarket.cn (AP)
AP - Shanghai authorities have shut down an online store named for a downtown market notorious for selling counterfeit products.

Google Displays Ads Within Local Maps (AP)
AP - Google Inc. started displaying ads Thursday within its local maps as the online search leader tries to find more ways to make money from the free services it has been introducing.

News Corp. has grand plans for MySpace (Reuters)
The homepage of the online community destination MySpace.com in an undated photo. While News Corp.'s recently acquired MySpace.com is thriving in its current form, the media giant already is devising plans to make the site even stickier and more profitable, possibly by acquiring so-called 'Web 2.0' properties, enabling transactions between members and adding subscription offers. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - While News Corp.'s recently acquired online community destination MySpace.com is thriving in its current form, the media giant already is devising plans to make the site even stickier and more profitable, possibly by acquiring so-called "Web 2.0" properties, enabling transactions between members and adding subscription offers.


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Toshiba takes DVD wars to stores with first new player (AFP)
Toshiba employees unveil the high-definition 'HD-XA1' player in Tokyo.  The race to set the industry standard for high-definition DVDs swept into Japan's stores as Toshiba put on sale its first next-generation player.(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - The race to set the industry standard for high-definition DVDs swept into Japan's stores as Toshiba put on sale its first next-generation player.


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Model Naomi Campbell Charged With Assault (AP)
Super model Naomi Campbell is led by a plainclothes police officer into Manhattan criminal court following her arrest, Thursday, March 30, 2006 in New York. Campbell was charged with second-degree assault Thursday after allegedly bashing her housekeeper in the head with a phone in an altercation at her Park Avenue apartment, police said. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Supermodel Naomi Campbell was charged with assault for throwing her cell phone at a housekeeper after accusing her of stealing clothes when she couldn't find a pair of jeans she wanted to wear on "Oprah," prosecutors said.


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BEA seeks to modularize app server (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Burlingame, Calif. -- BEA Systems is working to modularize services from its WebLogic Server application server, enabling them to run independently with open source frameworks, a company official said on Thursday.

Microsoft upbeat in talks on EU anti-trust row (AFP)
A customer walks past a display of Microsoft Windows XP software. Microsoft says it hope it could yet avoid threatened EU fines linked to a landmark 2004 competition ruling, as last-ditch negotiations resumed in Brussels.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - US software giant Microsoft says it hope it could yet avoid threatened EU fines linked to a landmark 2004 competition ruling, as last-ditch negotiations resumed in Brussels.


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News Corp. has grand plans for MySpace (Reuters)
The homepage of the online community destination MySpace.com in an undated photo. While News Corp.'s recently acquired MySpace.com is thriving in its current form, the media giant already is devising plans to make the site even stickier and more profitable, possibly by acquiring so-called 'Web 2.0' properties, enabling transactions between members and adding subscription offers. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - While News Corp.'s recently acquired online community destination MySpace.com is thriving in its current form, the media giant already is devising plans to make the site even stickier and more profitable, possibly by acquiring so-called "Web 2.0" properties, enabling transactions between members and adding subscription offers.


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China Shutters Online Store XyMarket.cn (AP)
AP - Shanghai authorities have shut down an online store named for a downtown market notorious for selling counterfeit products.

Wash. Website Owner Wins Free Speech Case (AP)
AP - The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday a trial judge overreached his authority when he restricted a man from posting information on a Web site.

Google Displays Ads Within Local Maps (AP)
AP - Google Inc. started displaying ads Thursday within its local maps as the online search leader tries to find more ways to make money from the free services it has been introducing.

U.S. Demands Files From ISPs, Tech Firms (AP)
AP - The Justice Department is demanding internal files from dozens of Internet service providers and other technology firms as it seeks to defend a controversial Internet child protection law.

Google beefs up local advertising with logos (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Internet search leader Google on Thursday began offering marketers more features for local advertising, allowing them to add logos and business information to their listings on a Google map. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Internet search leader Google Inc. on Thursday began offering marketers more features for local advertising, allowing them to add logos and business information to their listings on a Google map.


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Mobile Domains For Sale In May (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mobile Top Level Domain (mTLD), the company behind the .mobi (dotmobi) domain, will begin registering Internet addresses in May geared toward mobile devices.

Third-Party IE Patches Moving Fast As Spam Attack Starts (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Tens of thousands of Internet Explorer users aren't waiting for Microsoft to provide a patch for the critical bug in their browser.

Companies Unveil Online Data Storage Item (AP)
AP - A first-of-a-kind online data storage product seeks to ease the way consumers share their digital photos, music, video and documents.

Computer Company Denies Taking Bite Out of Apple (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple Computer Inc. goes before a judge in London who will determine whether iTunes online music violates an agreement the company made with Apple Corps, which claims the service infringes on a15-year-old agreement.

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