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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.

IBM Unveiling New Encryption Chip (AP)
AP - In an effort to boost the level of data security on portable computers, cell phones and other gadgets, IBM Corp. is unveiling a method for injecting encryption capabilities into the heart of the machines' circuitry.

Digital Trend Challenging Camera Makers (AP)
Kazuaki Morita, manager of trade-in camera shop Miyama Shokai, shows a Nikon F, the first model of Nikon's fabled 35mm camera F series, at his shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district Thursday, March 16, 2006. Camera makers have long battled to adapt to the digital revolution, but recent retreats by leading brands underline how the industry has turned upside-down. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)AP - They are some of the most legendary names in photography.


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Now Starring on the Internet: YouTube.com (AP)
An undated screenshot from YouTube.com. 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. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Internet video sensation YouTube.com seems like a startup straight out of Silicon Valley central casting.


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Cell Phone Industry Steps Closer to VoIP (AP)
Motorola's Wi-Fi mobile phone a910 is shown at the Motorola booth during the Cellular Communications and Internet Association convention in Las Vegas, Wednesday, April 5, 2006. Manufacturers and mobile carriers are preparing to link standard cellular networks to the mishmash of Wi-Fi hotspots, a move that will expand coverage and perhaps make cheaper mobile minutes a reality. (AP Photo/ Jae C. Hong)AP - Wojtek Felendzer held a mobile phone to his ear as he walked across the room, the call automatically switching behind the scenes from a Wi-Fi wireless hotspot to the regular cellular network.


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CD Maker Targets Do-It-Yourself Market (AP)
AP - You might think a slump in compact disc industry would be bad news for a CD manufacturer. But no one is complaining at Disc Makers.

Disney to make TV shows available free on Web: report (Reuters)
The stars of Desperate Housewives are seen in an undated publicity photo. Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as 'Desperate Houswives' and 'Lost' available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as "Desperate Houswives" and "Lost" available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday.


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Product previews (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - EMC rolls out entry SAN and archiving software EMC introduced the EMC clariion AX150 and AX150i storage systems and the EMC Documentum Archive Services for Email and Archive Services for Reports.

CORRECTED-Operators move swiftly to speed 3G networks (Reuters)
Reuters - In April 7 story corrects name of organization in second paragraph and adds relationship between GSA and GSMA in third paragraph.

Virtual gets real at LinuxWorld Boston (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Software virtualization plans from a number of vendors were looking pretty real at the LinuxWorld Expo and Conference in Boston last week, as new hardware and software drives a renewed interest in virtualization.

Business Objects to launch BI for SaaS (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Business intelligence vendor Business Objects is dipping its toe into the SaaS (software as a service) market with CrystalReports.com, a new version of Crystal Reports that the company says will appeal to SMBs.

Disney to make TV shows available free on Web: report (Reuters)
The stars of Desperate Housewives are seen in an undated publicity photo. Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as 'Desperate Houswives' and 'Lost' available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as "Desperate Houswives" and "Lost" available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday.


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DeVito, Freeman ink deal for broadband docu channel (Reuters)
Actor Danny DeVito is seen in Pasadena, California January 13, 2006. DeVito has become the first artist to create a channel on the broadband entertainment service ClickStar. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Danny DeVito has become the first artist to create a channel on the broadband entertainment service ClickStar. He and ClickStar CEO James Ackerman unveiled Jersey Docs, a showcase for documentary programing from around the world, at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, N.C., on Sunday.


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Comcast, Sony to launch on-demand horror network (Reuters)
Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast Corporation, speaks at the Boston College Financial Conference 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts March 12, 2004. Comcast Corp. and Sony Corp. will launch a horror films on-demand cable, Internet and wireless network on Halloween this year, an executive at the top U.S. cable operator said on Sunday. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - Comcast Corp. and Sony Corp. will launch a horror films on-demand cable, Internet and wireless network on Halloween this year, an executive at the top U.S. cable operator said on Sunday.


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Now Starring on the Internet: YouTube.com (AP)
An undated screenshot from YouTube.com. 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. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Internet video sensation YouTube.com seems like a startup straight out of Silicon Valley central casting.


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Newspapers sign on to syndicated blog service (Reuters)
A newsroom office is seen in an undated photo. A syndication service that delivers commentary from 600 bloggers for use by newspaper publishers is set to launch on Tuesday, further blurring the lines that divide blogs and mainstream media. (Catherine Benson/Reuters)Reuters - A syndication service that delivers commentary from 600 bloggers for use by newspaper publishers is set to launch on Tuesday, further blurring the lines that divide blogs and mainstream media.


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Singer Robbie Williams takes new step into digital music (Reuters)
Singer Robbie Williams performs after receiving the Best International Male Artist of the Year award at the 2006 NRJ Music Awards at the Palais des Festival in Cannes in this January 21, 2006 file photo. A new mobile phone that includes a link into Williams' Web site and plays his songs is another step in a 'digital revolution' that the recording industry must take advantage of, not spurn, his manager said April 9, 2006. REUTERS/Pascal Guyot/PoolReuters - A new mobile phone that includes a link into Robbie Williams' Web site and plays his songs is another step in a "digital revolution" that the recording industry must take advantage of, not spurn, his manager said.


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Judge OKs $2B AOL Class-Action Settlement (AP)
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.

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.

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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