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Microsoft Unveils Two Desktop Mice (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft shows two desktop mice, one optical and one laser, and upgrades its wireless optical mouse for notebooks.

Microsoft Readies 'BitVault' Self-Healing Data Store (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Once a Microsoft Research project, Microsoft's forthcoming P2P-based storage engine will be targeted at the growing market for managing and delivering compliance and reference data.

Microsoft Upgrades Windows CE 5.0 (PC World)
PC World - Feature pack is designed to speed the development of new consumer devices.

Microsoft Says Recovery from Malware Becoming Impossible (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A Microsoft security official recommends that big businesses invest in an automated process to wipe hard drives and reinstall malware-infested operating systems.

What Microsoft Buying ProClarity Means for BI (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft sweetens customer's BI portfolios by acquiring ProClarity.

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.

EU Misses Target By Aiming At Microsoft: Analyst (TechWeb)
TechWeb - At least one analyst has concluded that the European Union is just barking up the wrong tree in its latest pursuit of Microsoft. Worse, the EU regulators don't even have a valid reason for taking on the software developer.

Microsoft To Acquire Business Intelligence Vendor ProClarity (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The acquisition will become part of Microsoft's growing portfolio of business intelligence software, including new tools for SQL Server and an upcoming server version of Excel.

Microsoft Offers Free Virtual Server, Will Support Linux Guests (TechWeb)
TechWeb - On Monday Microsoft said it had developed virtual machine additions for Red Hat and Novell Suse Linux distributions, as well as demonstrated some of its new open-source wares at the LinuxWorld trade show.

Former Microsoft Developer Plans Space Visit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A former Microsoft developer native is reportedly paying $20 million to be launched into space by Russia's space agency.

China Firm Wants Internet Calls Blocked (AP)
AP - A U.S. maker of network management systems said Wednesday it had received an order from Shanghai Telecom Co. for a system that can detect and block telephone calls placed over the Internet.

Verizon Proposes Refunds to Customers (AP)
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)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. is proposing refunds to Internet customers who found legitimate e-mail from friends and businesses blocked by the company's spam filters, according to a proposed class-action lawsuit settlement.


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Barnes & Noble Spurns New E-Book Device (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** The Sony Reader is seen at the Consumer Electronic Show, Jan. 5, 2006. Sony says that the six-inch black and white screen will be as easy to read as the printed page. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Barnes & Noble Inc., the nation's largest bookstore chain, is spurning the Sony Reader, a new electronic device cited as a potential turning point for the tiny e-book market.


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Census to Use Mobile Devices for Survey (AP)
AP - To compile data for its 2010 survey, the Census Bureau is putting down pen and paper and picking up handheld computers.

Online Ads Offer Rooms in Return for Sex (AP)
Web site Craigslist.org chief executive, Jim Buckmaster, poses outside his office in San Francisco, Tuesday, March 28, 2006.  In Atlanta, one posting offers a free room for 'for sex and light office duty.' In Los Angeles a one-bedroom pool house is free 'to a girl that is skilled and willing.' And in Manhattan an online ad for a $700-a-month room offers reduced rent to a fit female willing to provide sex. From coast to coast, people advertising available rooms on the popular Web site Craigslist.org are adding sexual favors to the currency they're willing to accept from prospective roommates. Police and attorneys say trading housing for sex is a form of prostitution, but legal requirements make enforcement difficult.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - In Atlanta, an online ad offers a room in exchange for "sex and light office duty." In Los Angeles, a one-bedroom pool house is free "to a girl that is skilled and willing." And in New York City, a $700-a-month room is available at a discount to a fit female willing to provide sex.


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Fourth former Livedoor executive released on bail (AFP)
Livedoor executive Fumito Kumagai at a press conference in Tokyo, in January 2006. A fourth former executive of Japan's scandal-hit Internet firm Livedoor was released on bail after a court rejected an appeal by prosecutors, leaving only its founder behind bars.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - A fourth former executive of Japan's scandal-hit Internet firm Livedoor was released on bail after a court rejected an appeal by prosecutors, leaving only its founder behind bars.


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Offbeat shows turn Web into world wide TV network (Reuters)
Reuters - The widely hyped merging of the PC and TV is finally taking shape in a way that only a few people imagined in the late 1990s Internet boom.

Samsung to sell thinnest cellphone in the US (Reuters)
A Chinese commuter walks past a Samsung mobile phone advertisement in Shanghai April 14, 2005. South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said on Wednesday it will sell the slimmest cell phone in the United States, aiming to compete with U.S. market leader Motorola's popular Razr line. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.Ks) said on Wednesday it will sell the slimmest cell phone in the United States, aiming to compete with U.S. market leader Motorola's popular Razr line.


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Intel, Red Hat Hook Up For Virtualization, Enterprise-Grid (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Intel Corp. and Red Hat have launched a global program to accelerate virtualization and enterprise-grid computing.

Geisinger Builds Digital Healthcare Network (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The platform built on Vignette Corp. software tools, along with a record locator service and master patient index, will give physicians throughout the region access to critical patient information.

Fourth former Livedoor executive released on bail (AFP)
Livedoor executive Fumito Kumagai at a press conference in Tokyo, in January 2006. A fourth former executive of Japan's scandal-hit Internet firm Livedoor was released on bail after a court rejected an appeal by prosecutors, leaving only its founder behind bars.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - A fourth former executive of Japan's scandal-hit Internet firm Livedoor was released on bail after a court rejected an appeal by prosecutors, leaving only its founder behind bars.


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Offbeat shows turn Web into world wide TV network (Reuters)
Reuters - The widely hyped merging of the PC and TV is finally taking shape in a way that only a few people imagined in the late 1990s Internet boom.

RIM to add Yahoo Web services to BlackBerry (Reuters)
Reuters - Research In Motion will put such Yahoo Inc. Web offerings as search, e-mail, instant messaging, and news on its BlackBerry devices, and will start rolling out the service in 60 countries in about two weeks, the two companies said on Wednesday.

MSNBC tests ad supported mobile news service (Reuters)
A man is seen using his cell phone in an undated photo. MSNBC.com, one of the top U.S. news Web sites, said on Wednesday it will test an ad-subsidized news service for cellular phones in a bid to gain a wider audience among mobile phone users. (Will Burgess/Reuters)Reuters - MSNBC.com, one of the top U.S. news Web sites, said on Wednesday it will test an ad-subsidized news service for cellular phones in a bid to gain a wider audience among mobile phone users.


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US kids tap Internet site to learn about sperm donor fathers (AFP)
Image taken from the internet page donorsiblingregistry.com, shows in the inset photograph the founder of the page Wendy Kramer and her son Ryan. The registry was founded after Ryan wanted to know more about his father, who was an anonymous sperm donor known only by a lab code. The registry helps other children born from donor genes find siblings and parents, and it helps donors find their offspring. More than 7,000 people have joined the site looking for or providing information about themselves and how they came to be(AFP/HO)AFP - Ryan Kramer, a young boy conceived using an anonymous sperm donor, always wanted to know something about his father.


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Ancestor worship a mouse click away in China (Reuters)
A Chinese woman pays respects at the tombstones of her ancestors during Qing Ming festival in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu province, April 5, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Virtual carnations, memorial messages and tribute songs are some of the online services available to China's Web surfers too busy on Wednesday to pay proper respects at the graves of their ancestors.


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Netflix sues Blockbuster to shut online service (Reuters)
Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix Inc., a online DVD-rental service, attends an interview at the Netflix offices in Beverly Hills, California December 8, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Online DVD rental company Netflix Inc. on Tuesday sued rival Blockbuster Inc. for patent infringement, asking a federal judge in Northern California to shut down Blockbuster's 18-month-old online rental service and award Netflix damages, according to a copy of the filing.


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China Firm Wants Internet Calls Blocked (AP)
AP - A U.S. maker of network management systems said Wednesday it had received an order from Shanghai Telecom Co. for a system that can detect and block telephone calls placed over the Internet.

Spitzer Sues 'Spyware' Co. Over Pop-Up Ads (AP)
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer speaks at a news conference in New York March 15, 2006, to announce a lawsuit against H and R Block. (Mike Segar/Reuters)AP - New York's attorney general sued another Internet pop-up advertising company Tuesday, accusing it of secretly installing malicious programs on personal computers and sending ads through "spyware" that is already installed.


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Verizon Proposes Refunds to Customers (AP)
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)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. is proposing refunds to Internet customers who found legitimate e-mail from friends and businesses blocked by the company's spam filters, according to a proposed class-action lawsuit settlement.


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