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Microsoft Acquires Idaho Analysis Co. (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Monday it is buying ProClarity Corp., a business analysis software developer, for an undisclosed sum.

Powerful New PCs Will Get 'Vista Capable' Stickers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In the wake of concerns about PCs not being powerful enough to handle the Windows Vista operating system when it hits the streets, Microsoft has launched a program that will identify new computers that are capable of running it when it ships.

Microsoft building out hosted CRM capabilities (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft announced a new version of its Dynamics CRM 3.0 product last week, dubbed the Professional Edition for Service Providers. Unveiled at Convergence, the Microsoft Business Solutions Group’s annual customer show, the new release includes application connectors to Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, and Siebel, as well as to Microsoft’s own Dynamics GP, NAV, and AX business applications.

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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Poll: Youth Find Many Uses for Cell Phones (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 - Young adults and minorities are leading a revolution in how Americans use their cell phones. People from age 18 to 29 and minorities are more likely to use their phones as personal computers, digital music players, cameras and more, an AP-AOL-Pew poll found.


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Big Easy May Face Showdown Over Internet (AP)
Terri Smith looks around her house, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2005 in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, FILE)AP - A showdown may be looming over a free wireless Internet network that New Orleans set up to boost recovery after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the city.


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Amazon.com Jumps Gun on NCAA Winner (AP)
UCLA head coach Ben Howland chats with Luc Richard Mbah a Moute following their 73-57 defeat to Florida in the Final Four national championship basketball game in Indianapolis, Monday, April 3, 2006.  (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)AP - College basketball fans may have been surprised to turn on their computers Monday morning and find an e-mail from Amazon.com Inc. proclaiming, "UCLA Wins."


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Micron Markets Digital Photo, Video Chips (AP)
AP - Micron Technology Inc. is now marketing to makers of surveillance and security cameras its line of digital photo and video chips used in cell phone, medical and automotive applications.

McDonald's Unveils 'Online Casting Call' (AP)
In this Saturday, Nov. 20, 2002 file photo, a group of people wait for a bus in front of a McDonald's in La Paz, Bolivia. The world's largest fast-food company announced on Monday, April 3, 2006 what it called an online casting call, giving customers a chance to be featured on its packaging used daily in more than 100 countries. (AP Photo/Pablo Aneli)AP - Want to get your face in front of 50 million people? Here's your big chance — have it featured on a McDonald's cup or bag.


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Music industry unleashes more lawsuits in Europe (Reuters)
Reuters - The music industry launched a new wave of lawsuits and criminal proceedings against file-sharers across Europe on Tuesday, part of its drive to curb online piracy and encourage the use of legal music services.

Hollywood leaps into same-day DVD and Internet digital film sales (AFP)
People walk outside The Ziegfield Theatre for the New York City premiere of Columbia Pictures' "Memoirs of a Geisha" at The Ziegfield Theatre in New York City, December 2005.   Hollywood made a transcendental leap into online movie distribution with the launch of two digital services that will allow fans to download films online films as they are released on DVD.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Evan Agostini)AFP - Hollywood will make a transcendent leap onto the Internet when the Oscar-winning "Brokeback Mountain" becomes the first blockbuster available for permanent download on the same day its DVDs hit the shelves.


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NTL agrees to acquire Virgin Mobile (Reuters)
Reuters - UK cable company NTL said on Tuesday it has agreed to acquire Virgin Mobile in a deal that values Richard Branson's mobile phone carrier's share capital at 962.4 million pounds ($1.66 billion).

SFLC Establishes Conservancy to Give Aid to Developers (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Software Freedom Law Center has set up the Conservancy to provide financial and administrative services to open-source developers.

India's MphasiS falls as EDS's bid price lower (Reuters)
Reuters - Shares in MphasiS BFL Ltd. fell on Tuesday after Electronic Data Systems Corp. made a $380 million bid at a discount to the market price for a controlling stake in the Indian software services firm.

Music industry unleashes more lawsuits in Europe (Reuters)
Reuters - The music industry launched a new wave of lawsuits and criminal proceedings against file-sharers across Europe on Tuesday, part of its drive to curb online piracy and encourage the use of legal music services.

Hollywood leaps into same-day DVD and Internet digital film sales (AFP)
People walk outside The Ziegfield Theatre for the New York City premiere of Columbia Pictures' "Memoirs of a Geisha" at The Ziegfield Theatre in New York City, December 2005.   Hollywood made a transcendental leap into online movie distribution with the launch of two digital services that will allow fans to download films online films as they are released on DVD.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Evan Agostini)AFP - Hollywood will make a transcendent leap onto the Internet when the Oscar-winning "Brokeback Mountain" becomes the first blockbuster available for permanent download on the same day its DVDs hit the shelves.


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Clear Channel Radio, Google in search deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Clear Channel Communications Inc. has struck an exclusive deal to use Google Inc.'s search engine on its radio station Web sites, according to a internal memo obtained by Reuters.

Yahoo brings user ratings to Finance postings (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo Inc. on Monday introduced a ranking system on its popular Yahoo Finance site, allowing users to select the most useful tidbits of information from its message boards.

Atom refurbishes game sites, opens studio (Reuters)
Reuters - Atom Entertainment Inc. said on Monday it has started its own video game studio and overhauled its family of Web sites as part of a push to become the premier online gaming service.

Cookery caper wins inaugural Blooker Prize for blogs-turned-books (AFP)
A chef prepares a dish. A year-long tale of struggles in the kitchen to master tricky French recipes won the inaugural Blooker Prize for books which started life as weblogs.(AFP/File/Tim Sloan)AFP - A year-long tale of struggles in the kitchen to master tricky French recipes won the inaugural Blooker Prize for books which started life as weblogs, the organisers announced.


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Hollywood leaps into digital downloads as 'King Kong', 'Geisha' go online (AFP)
People walk outside The Ziegfield Theatre for the New York City premiere of Columbia Pictures' "Memoirs of a Geisha" at The Ziegfield Theatre in New York City, December 2005.   Hollywood made a transcendental leap into online movie distribution with the launch of two digital services that will allow fans to download films online films as they are released on DVD.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Evan Agostini)AFP - Hollywood made a transcendental leap into online movie distribution with the launch of two digital services that will allow fans to download films online films as they are released on DVD.


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Big Easy May Face Showdown Over Internet (AP)
Terri Smith looks around her house, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2005 in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, FILE)AP - A showdown may be looming over a free wireless Internet network that New Orleans set up to boost recovery after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the city.


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Hollywood Embraces Download-To-Own Model (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Hollywood's major studios are now selling movie downloads, with releases on the Internet coinciding with the release of titles on DVD. Until now, most movies were available online as rentals only, with a 24-hour viewing limit imposed on them.

AOL Introduces New Mobile Services (PC World)
PC World - Effort is connected to rise in use of cell phones for Web browsing.

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