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Microsoft Shows Linux the Love (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With a high-profile executive speech at LinuxWorld and the launch of a new Web site focusing on open source, Microsoft has been cozying up to the Linux penguin this week.

Norway Aims to Reduce Microsoft Dependence (AP)
AP - The Norwegian government said Friday it will increase its use of freely shared, open-source software to reduce its dependency on large computer companies like Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft Ships 'URL Tracer' to Hunt Down Typo-Squatters (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's Cybersecurity and Systems Management group releases a free tool to help pinpoint large-scale typo-squatters making money from pay-per-click domain parking services.

Microsoft Readies 'Monaco' Competitor to Apple's GarageBand (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Just because users soon will be able to run Windows on Intel-based Macs doesn't mean Microsoft is backing away from competition with the Mac operating system. In fact, Microsoft is aiming straight at Apple with a forthcoming music-making program for Windows Vista.

Souping up a Mac Mini with XP took 3 hours, about $200 (USATODAY.com)
Apple computers are seen at the Paris Apple Expo, September 20, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday rolled out a software patch that enables its Intel-based Macintosh computers to install and run Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)USATODAY.com - Three hours and fifteen minutes. That's how long it took me Thursday morning to transform a Mac Mini computer into a machine capable of running two operating systems, Apple's Tiger and Microsoft's Windows XP.


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April Microsoft Patch Preview Includes IE Fix (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft set to patch browser, Windows, and Office on April 11.

Microsoft Buys Lionhead Studios (AP)
Before the XBOX 360 logo, Takashi Sensui, new head of Microsoft Corp.'s video game business in Japan, expresses determination to make Xbox 360 a success in the Japanese market at a press conference in Tokyo Thursday, April 6, 2006. 'Our message is this: We're prepared to do everything that's needed to make Xbox 360 a success around the world, including Japan,' said Sensui, who became the head of Japan's Xbox operations this month.  (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it had bought Lionhead Studios, a British company that developed the "Fable" role-playing games for its Xbox videogame consoles.


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Microsoft to Triple Xbox Titles in Japan (AP)
Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 game console is displayed in Tokyo April 6, 2006. Microsoft said on Thursday Xbox 360 game console users will have more than three times as many game titles available by December as now, a move seen as preparing itself for an upcoming battle with Sony Corp.'s PlayStation 3.   REUTERS/Yuriko NakaoAP - The new head of Microsoft's Japanese video-game business expressed determination Thursday to make the Xbox 360 a success in Japan, where the console has struggled, by more than tripling the number of games it offers by the end of the year.


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Microsoft Maps Five Patches, Including Fix For Critical IE Bug (TechWeb)
TechWeb - On the next "Patch Tuesday," Microsoft will five security bulletins, among them a fix for the Internet Explorer vulnerability that has been exploited for weeks.

Microsoft Game Studios Adds Lionhead to the Fold (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Game Studios division of Microsoft announced Thursday that it has purchased famed game maker Peter Molyneux's Lionhead Studios. The disclosure follows weeks of speculation in the gaming community as to what the fate of the faltering UK-based game developer might be.

Judge OKs AOL Class-Action Settlement (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Pedestrians pass by the AOL Time Warner headquarters, July 18, 2002, in New York's Rockefeller Center. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - A judge has approved a $2.65 billion class-action settlement of claims that advertising revenue was counted in a fraudulent manner prior to the merger of America Online Inc. and Time Warner Inc.


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Cable Providers Aim to Add More Services (AP)
In a file photo  Verizon utility worker Steve Hammond installs fiberoptic cable fopr braodband and pay TV services in Richmond, Va., Thursday, Jan.19, 2006.   In the world of cable television the question is, will the cable companies keep coming up with enough fancy services to keep customers from switching to satellite or the emerging video services being offered by phone companies?(AP Photo/Steve Helber)AP - In the world of cable television, the real excitement these days has more to do with what comes over the cable lines than what shows are on the schedule.


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Networks Rush to Offer TV Shows Online (AP)
This undated photo released by ABC shows actors from left, Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Dominic Monaghan and Naveen Andrews in a scene from the 'Lockdown' episode of 'Lost.' Six months after ABC struck the first deal to sell TV episodes online, networks have rushed to offer everything from individual programs to season subscriptions. (AP Photo/ABC, Mario Perez)AP - These days, there's more than one way to get "Lost," visit "The Office" or keep "Law and Order." Six months after ABC struck the first deal to sell commercial-free TV episodes online, networks are rushing to offer everything from individual programs to season subscriptions.


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Companies Discuss Plans for Cell Phones (AP)
An electronic shop employee shows off a mobile phone displaying a program aired using the digital TV broadcast, called 'one seg,' in Tokyo, Sunday, April 2, 2006. Digital TV broadcasts for mobile phones equipped with special receivers began in Japan's major urban areas on April 1. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)AP - Matsushita and NEC said Friday they are in talks with Texas Instruments Inc., a major maker of computer chips for handsets, about collaborating on next-generation cell phones.


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Firms Market Wireless Goods to Consumers (AP)
A cellular phone programmed with Garmin Mobile 20 wireless GPS navigation software is shown on the opening day of Cellular Communications and Internet Association convention in Las Vegas, Wednesday, April 5, 2006.  The software will be available in July 2006.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - As commerce quickly goes mobile, some companies are finding the best way to sell ring tones, games and other entertainment on the move is to market straight to consumers.


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Online boutique Yoox considers bourse listing (Reuters)
Reuters - Online fashion retailer Yoox is eyeing a bourse debut, convinced that its mix of cut-price designer clothes, vintage and one-off pieces will succeed where other e-tailers have failed.

Edward C. Baig: Personal Tech - ESPN scores with sports-focused cell (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Talk about the power of mobile marketing. I was getting a haircut the other day when the phone in my pocket rang. The barber at the next chair didn't miss a beat. "What's that, ESPN?" I was testing a cellphone from Sanyo and the unlikeliest of national wireless carriers, ESPN.

US eBay's PayPal lets mobile phones act as debit cards (AFP)
eBay's online money transfer service PayPal launched a system enabling people to use their mobile telephones as debit cards, the US company's website revealed(PayPal)AFP - eBay's online money transfer service PayPal launched a system enabling people to use their mobile telephones as debit cards, the US company's website revealed.


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Open source BI tool to target enterprise customers (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The open source software model will continue its assault on traditional applications deployed by the enterprise when Pentaho unveils Business Intelligence Professional Edition Platform next week.

Indian headhunters use "speed dating" to meet job demand (AFP)
Indian candidates wait for their turn for an recruitment interview as they walk past a projection screen in an indoor stadium in Bangalore. Desperate to meet growing demand for software engineers in India's high-tech hub, headhunters are adapting the concept of 'speed dating' to job recruitment.(AFP/Dibyangshu Sarkar)AFP - Desperate to meet growing demand for software engineers in India's high-tech hub, headhunters are adapting the concept of "speed dating" to job recruitment.


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Online boutique Yoox considers bourse listing (Reuters)
Reuters - Online fashion retailer Yoox is eyeing a bourse debut, convinced that its mix of cut-price designer clothes, vintage and one-off pieces will succeed where other e-tailers have failed.

Spanish police swoop on Internet pornography and piracy (AFP)
A police officer shows a computer seized during a raid in an investigation into an Internet child pornography ring. Spanish police arrested 28 people in major operations targeting Internet child pornography and media piracy, police and the interior ministry said.(AFP/DDP/File/Kai-Uwe Knoth)AFP - Spanish police arrested 28 people in major operations targeting Internet child pornography and media piracy, police and the interior ministry said.


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Judge OKs AOL Class-Action Settlement (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Pedestrians pass by the AOL Time Warner headquarters, July 18, 2002, in New York's Rockefeller Center. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - A judge has approved a $2.65 billion class-action settlement of claims that advertising revenue was counted in a fraudulent manner prior to the merger of America Online Inc. and Time Warner Inc.


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Networks Rush to Offer TV Shows Online (AP)
This undated photo released by ABC shows actors from left, Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Dominic Monaghan and Naveen Andrews in a scene from the 'Lockdown' episode of 'Lost.' Six months after ABC struck the first deal to sell TV episodes online, networks have rushed to offer everything from individual programs to season subscriptions. (AP Photo/ABC, Mario Perez)AP - These days, there's more than one way to get "Lost," visit "The Office" or keep "Law and Order." Six months after ABC struck the first deal to sell commercial-free TV episodes online, networks are rushing to offer everything from individual programs to season subscriptions.


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Business Objects unveils new Web-delivered software (Reuters)
Reuters - Business Objects SA will introduce a Web-based version of its database marketing software on Monday, the latest company to push into the fast-growing market for applications delivered over the Internet.

US eBay's PayPal lets mobile phones act as debit cards (AFP)
eBay's online money transfer service PayPal launched a system enabling people to use their mobile telephones as debit cards, the US company's website revealed(PayPal)AFP - eBay's online money transfer service PayPal launched a system enabling people to use their mobile telephones as debit cards, the US company's website revealed.


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Google Ships Upgrade Of Firefox Toolbar (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The upgrade provides easier access to previous search queries, and suggestions for popular choices from search results.

Don'tDateHimGirl Expands With Podcasts (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Don’tDateHimGirl.com is scheduled to launch a podcast and online discussion forum.

VoIP market growing strong: survey (AFP)
People try computers at an IT fair. Internet telephony is giving traditional phone service a run for its money, and is expected to be used by 32.6 million US households in 2010, a new survey suggests(AFP/DDP)AFP - Internet telephony is giving traditional phone service a run for its money, and is expected to be used by 32.6 million US households in 2010, a new survey suggests.


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StreamCast to Seek Trial in Copyright Case (AP)
Michael Weiss, CEO of Streamcast Inc., poses for a photo in his Woodland Hills, Calif., office in this Dec. 28, 2005, file photo. StreamCast Inc., the company behind the Morpheus online file-swapping software, said Friday, April 7, 2006, negotiations to settle a long running copyright battle with the entertainment industry have failed and the firm will now seek to fight the case in court. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - StreamCast Inc., the company behind the Morpheus online file-swapping software, said Friday negotiations to settle a five-year copyright battle with the entertainment industry have failed and it will now fight the case in court.


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