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Microsoft Makes Progress in Antitrust Case (AP)
Chief lawyer for Microsoft, Brad Smith gestures while speaking with the media outside the EU Borchette building in Brussels, Friday March 31, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said at the start of Friday's last day of hearings with European Union regulators it was optimistic about its antitrust battle and still hoped to stave off EU fines of euro2 million (US$ 2.4 million). (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday it had made a breakthrough in its antitrust case with the European Union after an independent monitor outlined what it could do to stave off daily fines of $2.4 million.


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Microsoft Warns Against Outside Fixes (AP)
AP - When Microsoft Corp. researchers learned recently that a software flaw had been made public and could prompt Internet attacks, the company ordered a team to devote all its time to fixing the flaw and making the repair work with other products.

Latest Web Scam Uses BBC News as Bait (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Bogus e-mails containing real BBC News stories are tricking PC users into visiting a fake Web site that installs password-stealing software onto their computers. The e-mails are exploiting a newly discovered flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, according to Websense Security Labs, a San Diego-based company that uncovered the problem on Thursday.

Keeping Up With The Googles (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - The delay of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Vista operating system until next year makes the software giant look like a dinosaur stuck in the tar, but that's not the whole picture. Its efforts to match the Googles of the world with fast online innovations seem to be paying off. In the five months since Microsoft announced its Windows Live strategy, it has released no fewer than 20 new services that are attracting millions of consumers. "They now gain some of that agility that Google has enjoyed," says analyst Van Baker of researcher Gartner Inc. ...

Microsoft lawyer sees breakthrough in EU hearing (Reuters)
Microsoft's top lawyer Brad Smith speaks to reporters on the last day of a two-day closed hearing with the European Commission and third parties in Brussels March 31, 2006. (Thierry Roge/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft's top lawyer said on Friday he believed there had been a breakthrough in the software company's dispute with the European Commission at a hearing into the antitrust fines ordered by Brussels.


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Microsoft claims EU breakthrough, rivals sceptical (Reuters)
Thomas Vinje, lawyer for a committee grouping some of Microsoft rivals, gestures as he walks out of the building where a two-day closed hearing with the European Commission and third parties is taking place in Brussels March 30, 2006. Microsoft wants to do more to meet European Commission remedies set after a 2004 antitrust decision, the company said at the start of the hearing on whether it should be fined for not adhering to that verdict. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. software giant Microsoft said on Friday there had been a breakthrough in its dispute with the European Commission at a hearing on antitrust fines levied by Brussels, but rivals and critics were sceptical.


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Microsoft claims EU breakthrough, rivals skeptical (Reuters)
Microsoft's top lawyer Brad Smith speaks to reporters in Brussels, March 31, 2006. (Thierry Roge/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. software giant Microsoft said on Friday there had been a breakthrough in its dispute with the European Commission at a hearing on antitrust fines levied by Brussels, but rivals and critics were skeptical.


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IBM Offers $20,000 Bounty for Microsoft Exchange Customers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Representing the latest move in the heated competition over corporate e-mail, IBM has offered business partners up to $20,000 if they switch from Microsoft Exchange to the IBM Lotus Notes and Domino platform.

US backs Microsoft in anti-trust row with EU (AFP)
A customer walks past a display of Microsoft Windows XP software. Microsoft voiced hope for a last-ditch compromise in a long-running anti-trust dispute with the European Union, as US diplomats weighed in to give provisional support to the software giant(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Microsoft voiced hope for a last-ditch compromise in a long-running anti-trust dispute with the European Union, as US diplomats weighed in to give provisional support to the software giant.


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Microsoft not raised by EU, U.S. antitrust chiefs (Reuters)
Reuters - The issue of Microsoft's antitrust case was not raised when senior European Union and U.S. competition officials met in Washington on Thursday, a European Commission spokesman said on Friday.

Apple Corps Tightly Guards Beatles' Legacy (AP)
A record with an Apple Corps logo is seen placed  on the  top of an Apple computer with its logo, top left, in a London file photo from March 29, 2006. Apple Corps Ltd. is like a doting parent when it comes to The Beatles, looking after their interests and promoting their recordings, but it also makes sure no one tries to bully the Fab Four, and straightens out anyone who messes with the band's legacy.  (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)AP - Apple Corps Ltd., is like a doting parent when it comes to The Beatles, looking after their interests and promoting their recordings, but it also makes sure no one tries to mess with the band's legacy.


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Microsoft Warns Against Outside Fixes (AP)
AP - When Microsoft Corp. researchers learned recently that a software flaw had been made public and could prompt Internet attacks, the company ordered a team to devote all its time to fixing the flaw and making the repair work with other products.

Microsoft Makes Progress in Antitrust Case (AP)
Chief lawyer for Microsoft, Brad Smith gestures while speaking with the media outside the EU Borchette building in Brussels, Friday March 31, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said at the start of Friday's last day of hearings with European Union regulators it was optimistic about its antitrust battle and still hoped to stave off EU fines of euro2 million (US$ 2.4 million). (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday it had made a breakthrough in its antitrust case with the European Union after an independent monitor outlined what it could do to stave off daily fines of $2.4 million.


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Videoconferencing on Rise With Immigrants (AP)
AP - For a moment, Marta Jaramillo-Ospina didn't recognize the faces on the sleek, flat-screen TV. But the smiling, waving figures quickly brought a look of recognition, then surprise, then joy, to her face.

Lawmaker: Yahoo Unit Had Role in Jailing (AP)
AP - A Hong Kong lawmaker said Friday he has complained to a government privacy commission that Yahoo Inc.'s local affiliate provided evidence to convict a Chinese reporter sentenced to 10 years in prison for leaking state secrets.

NASA Manager's Office Searched for Porn (AP)
AP - The headquarters office of a senior NASA manager was searched and computer equipment was seized in a child pornography investigation, according to court documents and an online report.

Latest Web Scam Uses BBC News as Bait (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Bogus e-mails containing real BBC News stories are tricking PC users into visiting a fake Web site that installs password-stealing software onto their computers. The e-mails are exploiting a newly discovered flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, according to Websense Security Labs, a San Diego-based company that uncovered the problem on Thursday.

Japan launches digital TV on cellphones (AFP)
An employee of Japanese mobile communication giant KDDI displays the new mobile phone handset 'W43T' produced by Toshiba at the company's showroom in Tokyo. The new mobile phone, equipped with a 3.23 mega-pixel CCD camera and stereo speakers to play digital music contents displays 3D animated images for its GPS navigation system.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japan has begun to watch digital television broadcasts on mobile telephones, in a highly anticipated service that could lead to a new genre of TV programs.


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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 lawyer sees breakthrough in EU hearing (Reuters)
Microsoft's top lawyer Brad Smith speaks to reporters on the last day of a two-day closed hearing with the European Commission and third parties in Brussels March 31, 2006. (Thierry Roge/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft's top lawyer said on Friday he believed there had been a breakthrough in the software company's dispute with the European Commission at a hearing into the antitrust fines ordered by Brussels.


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NASA Manager's Office Searched for Porn (AP)
AP - The headquarters office of a senior NASA manager was searched and computer equipment was seized in a child pornography investigation, according to court documents and an online report.

Google CEO, co-founders stick to $1 salary in 2006 (Reuters)
Google CEO Eric Schmidt is seen in Davos, Switzerland, January 27, 2006. Google Inc. co-founders and its chief executive will continue to receive $1 each in annual salary and forego bonuses in 2006, while holding shares potentially worth billions of dollars in the Web search leader, according to regulatory filings on Friday. (Sebastian Derungs/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. co-founders and its chief executive will continue to receive $1 each in annual salary and forego bonuses in 2006, while holding shares potentially worth billions of dollars in the Web search leader, according to regulatory filings on Friday.


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Microsoft Warns Against Outside Fixes (AP)
AP - When Microsoft Corp. researchers learned recently that a software flaw had been made public and could prompt Internet attacks, the company ordered a team to devote all its time to fixing the flaw and making the repair work with other products.

US search giant Google flies balloon ads on local map service (AFP)
Sign at the headquarters of the internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California, 2005. Google announced that it has added advertising balloons to its local mapping service, a move that provides the US online search giant another way to make money(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google announced that it has added advertising balloons to its local mapping service, a move that provides the US online search giant another way to make money.


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Latest Web Scam Uses BBC News as Bait (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Bogus e-mails containing real BBC News stories are tricking PC users into visiting a fake Web site that installs password-stealing software onto their computers. The e-mails are exploiting a newly discovered flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, according to Websense Security Labs, a San Diego-based company that uncovered the problem on Thursday.

State to give Dutch citizens personal websites (Reuters)
Reuters - Dutch citizens will get a personalized Internet page giving them access to their records at public institutions and reminding them when to renew important documents, the government said on Friday.

YouTube Takes Internet Video to New Level (NewsFactor)
An undated screenshot from YouTube.com. The popular online video site, which lets users upload clips and share them with others, is blocking pirated TV and movies by limiting videos to no more than 10 minutes. REUTERS/HandoutNewsFactor - Online video site YouTube.com has been busy distinguishing itself from its rivals with a recent high-profile partnership and a new piracy-blocking initiative.


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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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Ads to Appear on Google Local Maps (PC World)
PC World - Businesses will be able to buy graphical advertisements from the search giant.

Sprint Nextel Details Plans for 3G Upgrade (PC World)
PC World - Mobile broadband network will feature much faster upload speeds, company says.

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