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Zillow.com Offers Photos of Homes, Regions (AP)
AP - Zillow.com already lets you learn how much your dream home might sell for. Now, you'll also be able to see what the house and its surroundings look like.

Microsoft Launches Challenge to Google Scholar (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Almost everybody knows the pain of conducting academic research in a library until the wee hours of the morning. But those late-night sessions might be a thing of the past thanks to the release on Wednesday of Microsoft's latest search service, called Windows Live Academic Search (WLAS).

Chinese Corp. to Buy Windows Licenses (AP)
Jin Xu, Deputy Director General of China's Ministry of Commerce, reads a proclamation Wednesday, April 12, 2006 at Microsoft Corp.'s Redmond, Wash. headquarters after Microsoft Corp. and Founder Technology Group Corp., one of China's largest PC makers, signed an agreement to collaborate on joint marketing, sales and training programs to promote the use of genuine versions of Microsoft software on Founder-branded personal computer products for the Chinese market. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Chinese computer manufacturer Founder Technology Group Corp. signed an agreement Wednesday with Microsoft Corp. as part of an overall effort to crack down on widespread software piracy in China.


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Microsoft Updates Worm Killer (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft also updated the Windows Malicious Software Tool, a free utility that detects and deletes a limited number of worms, viruses, Trojans, and rootkits.

Microsoft Searches For Answers To Google Scholar (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has introduced a new search engine for academic journals.

Microsoft Releases Software Megapatch (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Two weeks after a third-party vendor issued a temporary patch to fix a critical security vulnerability in the Internet Explorer Web browser, Microsoft has released a whopper of a monthly patch that includes a fix for the Internet Explorer flaw. The megapatch also includes fixes for nine other flaws, of varying severity, found in Outlook Express, FrontPage, and SharePoint.

Microsoft Posts, Then Pulls "Not Quite Ready" Vista Guide (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft first posted, then pulled a 313-page guide to its upcoming Windows Vista operating system.

Microsoft's Tying IE Changes In Security Patch Sparks Backlash (TechWeb)
TechWeb - By packaging a functionality change for Internet Explorer with a needed security update, Microsoft has alienated some IT pros.

MySpace Lures Microsoft Exec To Become CSO (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The move follows a number of high-profile cases highlighting online dangers to children, some of which involved MySpace.

Microsoft To Pull Plug On Windows 98 & ME In July (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has begun reminding users of Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, and Windows Millennium that it will cut off all support for the aging operating systems in July.

Google to Launch New Calendar Service (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Employees leave a meeting at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., April 29, 2004. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc., the top online search engine, is unveiling a calendar service that allows users to store appointments online, receive reminders about them and share those plans with others.


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Russian Students Win Programming Contest (AP)
The team from Saratov State University in Russia joins more than 80 international teams competing in the final round of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, in San Antonio, Wednesday, April 12, 2006. The Saratov team, from the left, Ivan Romanov, Igor Kulkin, and Roman Alekseenkov, who was the apparent winner at the end of competition.  (AP Photo/J. Michael Short)AP - A team of three students from Russia proved their brainy prowess Wednesday, winning an academic competition in which they had just five hours to solve perplexing computing puzzles such as how to connect gears of a clock when given a specific shaft speed.


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Sprint Users Can Track Children Via GPS (AP)
Exterior view of Nextel store in Chicago, in this Dec. 15, 2004 file photo. Sprint Nextel Corp. plans to become the first U.S. wireless provider to sell a Family Locator Service, which allows parents to track up to four cell phones over the Internet or on their own wireless device.  (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)AP - Up until now, parents had to deal with a separate company or buy special equipment to track their children through their cell phones. Sprint Nextel Corp. becomes the first U.S. wireless provider to sell its own product when the Family Locator Service rolls out Thursday.


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Zillow.com Offers Photos of Homes, Regions (AP)
AP - Zillow.com already lets you learn how much your dream home might sell for. Now, you'll also be able to see what the house and its surroundings look like.

Intuit to Develop Health Care Software (AP)
AP - Intuit Inc., the maker of personal finance software like Quicken and TurboTax, said Wednesday it is teaming with health care companies to develop new products to help Americans manage their health care.

Helio inks Yahoo deal for easier mobile Web use (Reuters)
Reuters - Helio LLC, the mobile venture of SK Telecom and EarthLink Inc., said on Thursday it agreed to put a link to Yahoo Inc.'s Web search engine directly on its cellphone screens to make it easier to surf the Web on its devices.

Sony PlayStation 2 price cut seen soon (Reuters)
A PlayStation 2 is seen in this September 21, 2004 file photo. Sony Corp. is expected to cut the price of its popular PlayStation 2 video game console by 13.4 percent before the end of the month. (Issei Kato/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) is expected to cut the price of its popular PlayStation 2 video game console by 13.4 percent before the end of the month, Lazard Capital Markets analyst Colin Sebastian said on Wednesday.


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Sony Ericsson upbeat on market as Q1 beats forecast (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Ericsson, the world's fifth biggest mobile phone maker, on Thursday beat market expectations by more than doubling first-quarter pretax earnings and gave an upbeat 2006 forecast for the global handset market.

Novell eyes acquisitions as Linux growth pursued (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S.-based software company Novell Inc. will look at acquisition opportunities as it expands its business distributing and supporting Linux-based open-source software, the company's chief operating officer said.

Zillow offers bird's eye view of home real estate (Reuters)
The Zillow.com website, seen in this handout photo, was launched in February 2006. The company plans on April 12, 2006 to introduce a new feature to its real estate research Web site offering bird's eye, low-altitude photographs of residential neighborhoods, via a deal with software maker Microsoft Corp. (Zillow.com/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Zillow.com plans on Thursday to introduce a new feature to its real estate research Web site offering bird's eye, low-altitude photographs of residential neighborhoods, via a deal with software maker Microsoft Corp..


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Helio inks Yahoo deal for easier mobile Web use (Reuters)
Reuters - Helio LLC, the mobile venture of SK Telecom and EarthLink Inc., said on Thursday it agreed to put a link to Yahoo Inc.'s Web search engine directly on its cellphone screens to make it easier to surf the Web on its devices.

Webjay creates new copyright woes for Yahoo (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo acquired playlist-sharing site webjay.com in January. But it seems it may have bought itself a problem. Webjay.org makes downloading the Beatles' music or Kanye West's full-length video as easy as a keyword search and a click of a mouse.

MetroFi selected to operate Portland Wi-Fi network (Reuters)
Reuters - MetroFi Inc. said on Wednesday it was selected by the city of Portland, Oregon, to design and operate a citywide Wi-Fi network that will provide free wireless Internet access and improved public services.

Google offers free Web calendar service (Reuters)
Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google speaks at a press conference in a Beijing hotel. Google defended its much criticized censorship policy for China, insisting it must follow local laws, as it launched its new brand for the lucrative Internet market.(AFP/Peter Parks)Reuters - Google Inc. is introducing on Thursday a free Web calendar service for consumers to schedule events and share them with others, opening a new level of competition with rivals such as Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp.


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Zillow offers bird's eye view of home real estate (Reuters)
The Zillow.com website, seen in this handout photo, was launched in February 2006. The company plans on April 12, 2006 to introduce a new feature to its real estate research Web site offering bird's eye, low-altitude photographs of residential neighborhoods, via a deal with software maker Microsoft Corp. (Zillow.com/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Zillow.com plans on Thursday to introduce a new feature to its real estate research Web site offering bird's eye, low-altitude photographs of residential neighborhoods, via a deal with software maker Microsoft Corp..


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Google to Launch New Calendar Service (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Employees leave a meeting at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., April 29, 2004. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc., the top online search engine, is unveiling a calendar service that allows users to store appointments online, receive reminders about them and share those plans with others.


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US government wants PayPal records to catch offshore tax cheats (AFP)
The US government has ordered online auctioneer eBay's payment service PayPal to turn over records that could expose foreign accounts where tax cheats have hidden money, PayPal said(PayPal)AFP - The US government has ordered online auctioneer eBay's payment service PayPal to turn over records that could expose foreign accounts where tax cheats have hidden money, PayPal said.


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Google Launches Google Calendar (PC World)
PC World - Web calendar service, formerly codenamed CL2, is now live.

Microsoft Launches Challenge to Google Scholar (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Almost everybody knows the pain of conducting academic research in a library until the wee hours of the morning. But those late-night sessions might be a thing of the past thanks to the release on Wednesday of Microsoft's latest search service, called Windows Live Academic Search (WLAS).

Google Patents Voice Search (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The patent covers voice interfaces for search engines, which could be a boon for cell phone users. But Google doesn't necessarily have a product in the works using the technology.

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