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Microsoft stock alluring despite product delays: Barron's (Reuters)
Steve Ballmer, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Corp. is shown speaking to some business customers at a meeting in New York in this March 16, 2006 file photo. The quality of new products and a strategy to promote them make shares in Microsoft Corp an attractive bet despite a delay in rolling out its Windows Vista and Office 2007, Barron's April 3 edition said. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - The quality of new products and a strategy to promote them make shares in Microsoft Corp an attractive bet despite a delay in rolling out its Windows Vista and Office 2007, Barron's April 3 edition said.


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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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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. ...

Vista Poses Danger To Security Product Vendors: Analyst (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Could it be that Microsoft's vision for security in Vista will aggravate security product vendors? One longtime Windows watcher thinks Microsoft, hoping to fly under antitrust radar, will sprinkle security throughout the OS.

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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Vista, Office Delays Into '07 Could Impact Software Assurance Customers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Software Assurance customers whose maintenance ends Dec. 30 have no assurance they will get Windows Vista or Office 2007 if those business versions are delayed beyond 2006.

Poll: Cell Phones Irritating, Invaluable (AP)
Brandon Fogel on a cell phone at a Chicago cafe, in this July 2003 file photo. An AP-AOL-Pew poll in March 2006 found that cell phone users who get irrated at others who yak on their portables don't think they are among the callers who get on people's nerves. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)AP - Even cell phone users get irritated at others who yak on their portables about their personal business in public. An AP-AOL-Pew poll found the offended don't think they are among the callers who get on other people's nerves.


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Hollywood Studios to Sell Movies Online (AP)
This undated promotional photo provided by Universal studios shows actress Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow in a scene from director Peter Jackson's 'King Kong.' Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'King Kong' on the Internet in April 2006, the first time major movies have been available online to own. (AP Photo/Universal Studios, File)AP - Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as "Brokeback Mountain" and "King Kong" on the Internet this week, the first time major movies have been available online to own.


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Lost an IPod or Wallet? Look for It Online (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Maureen Silliman, 24, of Somerville, Mass., displays her recently returned iPod at her home, Tuesday, March 29, 2006. Silliman said must have dropped the iPod as she was running to catch a train. After her boyfriend posted a message on the lost-and-found section of Craigslist the music playing device was returned to her within 24 hours. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)AP - Maureen Silliman felt her empty pocket and gulped: Her new $300 iPod must have bounced out as she ran to catch a train. While she sobbed, her boyfriend suggested a message on the lost-and-found section of Craigslist, an online bazaar of classified ads.


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Japan Launches Digital TV for Cell Phones (AP)
A test digital broadcast is shown on a  mobile phone during a demonstration at Japan's top mobile company NTT DoCoMo headquarters in Tokyo Monday, March 13, 2006.  (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, FILE)AP - Digital TV broadcasts for mobile phones equipped with special receivers began in Japan's major urban areas Saturday, following several months of test broadcasts.


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Aerial-Imaging System Becoming Vital (AP)
AP - A year and a half before the sea rushed in, cameras protruding from low-lying Cessna aircraft captured eagle-eye images of every square foot of New Orleans from every direction.

China stands by verdict on virtual property thief (Reuters)
Reuters - China has upheld a guilty verdict and fine against a man who stole and sold players' games IDs and online equipment amid growing calls for more concrete virtual property laws, state media said on Monday.

Download This: Demystify Your Life, Indoors and Out (PC World)
PC World - Wonder what's happening inside your PC or on the roads outside? Enlighten yourself with these freebies.

Results of AP-AOL-Pew Poll on Cell Phones (AP)
AP - The Associated Press-AOL-Pew Research Center poll on public attitudes about cell phones is based on telephone interviews with 1,503 adults in the United States from all states except Alaska and Hawaii. The sample included 1,286 cell phone users. The interviews were conducted March 8-26 by Schulman, Ronca and Bucuvalas. Half, 752, of the interviews were conducted by dialing landlines and 751 were conducted by dialing cell phones.

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.

IBM expands data-integration software business (Reuters)
View of IBM headquarters at la Defense in Paris, May 6, 2005. IBM on Sunday said it would expand its business of selling software and services that enable businesses to more easily access information stored in myriad computer sources and systems, an area the company is eyeing for future profits. (Philippe Wojazer/Reuters)Reuters - IBM on Sunday said it would expand its business of selling software and services that enable businesses to more easily access information stored in myriad computer sources and systems, an area the company is eyeing for future profits.


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China stands by verdict on virtual property thief (Reuters)
Reuters - China has upheld a guilty verdict and fine against a man who stole and sold players' games IDs and online equipment amid growing calls for more concrete virtual property laws, state media said on Monday.

US newspapers try to cash in on blogs (AFP)
Woman goes online in San Francisco. With a new blog created every second, some media futurists have predicted that "citizen journalists" will be producing half of the world's news by 2021(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - With a new blog created every second, some media futurists have predicted that "citizen journalists" will be producing half of the world's news by 2021.


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Chef's odyssey wins first books-from-blogs prize (Reuters)
Julia Child is seen in a 1995 file photo. An amateur chef's account of her attempt to cook celebrated U.S. chef Julia Child's recipes on Monday took home the first literary garland devoted to books based on blogs. Julie Powell, a 32-year-old Texas-raised New Yorker, beat 89 other contenders for the first Blooker Prize and won $2,000 from the award's sponsor Lulu, a U.S.-based digital do-it-yourself publishing house. (Bill O'Connell/Reuters)Reuters - An amateur chef's account of her attempt to cook celebrated U.S. chef Julia Child's recipes on Monday took home the first literary garland devoted to books based on blogs.


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New entertainment everywhere era sets global TV trade show buzzing (AFP)
Customer checks out televisions at a Paris store. From the mobile phone to the Internet, portable game stations, the iconic iPod, DVD players, and of course, the television set, a new entertainment everywhere era is dawning for the TV industry(AFP/File/Jack Guez)AFP - From the mobile phone to the Internet, portable game stations, the iconic iPod, DVD players, and of course, the television set, a new entertainment everywhere era is dawning for the TV industry.


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Mapquest unveils navigation help on mobile phones (Reuters)
A man is seen using a cell phone in an undated photo. AOL unit MapQuest on Monday unveiled a mobile map service that customers can use on their cellular phones, complete with voice directions, text and maps in a bid to expand on the popularity of its Internet maps. (Will Burgess/Reuters)Reuters - AOL unit MapQuest on Monday unveiled a mobile map service that customers can use on their cellular phones, complete with voice directions, text and maps in a bid to expand on the popularity of its Internet maps.


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Hollywood studios to offer digital movies for sale (Reuters)
Zhang Ziyi attends the Los Angeles premiere of 'Memoirs of a Geisha' at the Kodak theatre in Hollywood December 4, 2005. Two online movie services, Movielink and CinemaNow, on Monday said they will begin selling major films such as 'Memoirs of a Geisha' on the same day DVDs are sold at stores in a watershed event for Hollywood in the digital age. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Two online movie services, Movielink and CinemaNow, on Monday said they will begin selling major films such as "Memoirs of a Geisha" on the same day DVDs are sold at stores in a watershed event for Hollywood in the digital age.


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Online auctions aim to benefit New Orleans musicians (Reuters)
Members of music group U2 The Edge (L) and Bono perform 'Vertigo' during the 48th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles February 8, 2006. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - In a rare alliance, a wide range of musical artists and competing concert promoters are combining efforts in an online ticket auction to benefit Music Rising, the musical instrument replacement fund founded by U2's the Edge, producer Bob Ezrin and Gibson Guitar chairman Henry Juszkiewicz.


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Netflix hopes customers will fall for "Cowboy" (Reuters)
Reuters - Online DVD renter Netflix Inc. hopes its subscribers will fall in love this week with "Cowboy del Amor," and many other unsung movies it is quietly buying at film festivals to release in arthouse theaters.

Lost an IPod or Wallet? Look for It Online (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Maureen Silliman, 24, of Somerville, Mass., displays her recently returned iPod at her home, Tuesday, March 29, 2006. Silliman said must have dropped the iPod as she was running to catch a train. After her boyfriend posted a message on the lost-and-found section of Craigslist the music playing device was returned to her within 24 hours. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)AP - Maureen Silliman felt her empty pocket and gulped: Her new $300 iPod must have bounced out as she ran to catch a train. While she sobbed, her boyfriend suggested a message on the lost-and-found section of Craigslist, an online bazaar of classified ads.


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Hungary Internet site keeps tab of election promises (AFP)
A supporter of the governing Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP) waves balloons, most of them reading 'Yes MSZP' at a rally in Budapest. An Internet news website, Index.hu, has added up all of the promises made by Hungarian political parties in the runup to general elections on April 9 and 23.(AFP/File/Attila Kisbenedek)AFP - An Internet news website, Index.hu, has added up all of the promises made by Hungarian political parties in the runup to general elections on April 9 and 23.


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