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Is Your OS a Pre-XP Version? Kiss Tech Support Good-Bye (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows 98 and Me in July.

Microsoft signs on as World Cyber Games sponsor (Reuters)
Competitors take part in gaming tournaments during the World Cyber Games in Singapore, November 20, 2005. World Cyber Games said on Thursday that Microsoft Corp. has signed on as the premier sponsor for its global video game tournaments through 2008. (Nicky Loh/Reuters)Reuters - World Cyber Games said on Thursday that Microsoft Corp. has signed on as the premier sponsor for its global video game tournaments through 2008.


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Microsoft Readies Multi-Pronged Calendar Assault (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Google may be the latest entry in the increasingly crowded calendaring services field. Microsoft is working on both AJAX Web-based and Vista-PC-based calendaring offerings.

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)
Competitors take part in gaming tournaments during the World Cyber Games in Singapore, November 20, 2005. World Cyber Games said on Thursday that Microsoft Corp. has signed on as the premier sponsor for its global video game tournaments through 2008. (Nicky Loh/Reuters)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.

Sprint unveils mobile child locator service (Reuters)
Sprint phones are seen in an undated product photo. Sprint Nextel Corp., the No. 3 U.S. mobile service, plans on Thursday to introduce a wireless service to help parents find their children as it makes a bid to expand its presence in the family market. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Sprint Nextel Corp. , the No. 3 U.S. mobile service, on Thursday introduced a wireless service to help parents find their children, as it makes a bid to expand its presence in the family market.


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Disney brand DVD players recalled (Reuters)
Disney branded DVD players are seen in an undated file photo. About 102,000 Disney branded portable DVD players are being recalled because the battery packs sold with the players can overheat and possibly burst when recharging, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday. (U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - About 102,000 Disney branded portable DVD players are being recalled because the battery packs sold with the players can overheat and possibly burst when recharging, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday.


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Microsoft signs on as World Cyber Games sponsor (Reuters)
Competitors take part in gaming tournaments during the World Cyber Games in Singapore, November 20, 2005. World Cyber Games said on Thursday that Microsoft Corp. has signed on as the premier sponsor for its global video game tournaments through 2008. (Nicky Loh/Reuters)Reuters - World Cyber Games said on Thursday that Microsoft Corp. has signed on as the premier sponsor for its global video game tournaments through 2008.


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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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Sirius, EMI Reach Deal to End Dispute (AP)
A Sirius Satellite device is seen in an undated product photo. Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. on Monday said it recently surpassed 4 million subscribers to its nationwide pay radio service. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)AP - Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. has reached a deal with EMI Music North America to settle a dispute over a portable music player sold by the broadcaster that enables users to store digital copies of music, the companies said Thursday.


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Burroughs' Former Cabin for Sale on eBay (AP)
AP - It's a 568-square-foot cabin with narrow concrete stairs, outdoor shower and an incinerating toilet in the bedroom — not the first place a home buyer might want to drop nearly $160,000. But what makes the place outside Lawrence special is that it once belonged to Beat Generation writer William S. Burroughs, author of "Naked Lunch" and "Junkie." Burroughs, who died in 1997 in Lawrence, mentioned the cabin in his book "My Education."

Jury orders EchoStar to pay 73 mln dlrs in TiVo patent lawsuit (AFP)
TiVO boxes. A federal jury has ordered US satellite broadcaster EchoStar Communications Corp. to pay 73 million dollars in damages and interest to TiVo Inc., the digital video recording pioneer, for patent infringement(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - A federal jury has ordered US satellite broadcaster EchoStar Communications Corp. to pay 73 million dollars in damages and interest to TiVo Inc., the digital video recording pioneer, for patent infringement.


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Samsung profit slumps on phones, chips (Reuters)
A South Korean uses a mobile phone next to a signboard of Samsung Electronics during the general meeting of its shareholders in Seoul in this February 28, 2006 file photo. South Korean shares rose to their highest level in three months on April 14, 2006, led by Samsung electronics after its plans to buy back shares wooed investors despite its operating profit falling more than expected. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS) posted a bigger-than-expected 25 percent slump in quarterly operating profit on Friday, hit by sliding margins in mobile phones and memory chips.


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Novell eyes acquisitions as Linux growth pursued (Reuters)
An undated view of Novell Netware. 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. (Handout/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.


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Review: Spyware Doctor 3.5 for Windows (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - PC Tools has updated its antispyware software with Spyware Doctor 3.5. The latest version combines strong protection against keyloggers, adware, and spyware with new tools to remove rootkits and other hard-to-rid malware.

Burroughs' Former Cabin for Sale on eBay (AP)
AP - It's a 568-square-foot cabin with narrow concrete stairs, outdoor shower and an incinerating toilet in the bedroom — not the first place a home buyer might want to drop nearly $160,000. But what makes the place outside Lawrence special is that it once belonged to Beat Generation writer William S. Burroughs, author of "Naked Lunch" and "Junkie." Burroughs, who died in 1997 in Lawrence, mentioned the cabin in his book "My Education."

AT&T, Group Challenge U.S. Spy Program (AP)
A law enforcement photo shows Umer Hayat in this photo taken in August 2001. A U.S. judge overseeing a case against Umer and Hamid Hayat, a Pakistani-American father and son accused of terrorism-related activity, denied on Monday a defense request to review related National Security Agency wiretaps. (Handout/File/Reuters)AP - AT&T Inc. and an Internet advocacy group are waging in federal court a privacy battle that could expose the reach of the Bush administration's secretive domestic wiretapping program.


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Fox will put TV reruns on the Internet: report (Reuters)
Guests mingle at the party for the 12 finalists of the television show 'American Idol' at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles March 9, 2006. Fox is the home of hit programs such as 'American Idol' and 'The Simpsons,' and is the latest television network to take a shot at making its programming available online as more people turn to the Internet for entertainment. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - News Corp.'s Fox network has signed a six-year agreement with its 187 affiliated stations that will let it show reruns of its television programs on the Internet, the Wall Street Journal reported on its Web site on Thursday.


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Apple's iTunes must play fair in French music market: minister (AFP)
This 2005 file photo shows a man holding a new Apple iPod with video capabilities in San Jose, California. Apple Computer Inc. should have anticipated that the exclusive union of its iPod music players and online iTunes store would be challenged in France, Trade Minister Christine Lagarde said.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Apple Computer Inc. should have anticipated that the exclusive union of its iPod music players and online iTunes store would be challenged in France, Trade Minister Christine Lagarde said.


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Windows on Mac: The Sky Is Not Falling (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - If the discussion emerging on Mac-advocacy blogs this week is any indication of the broader Apple-community sentiment, one might think that the Mac ranks, much like the Rebel Alliance forces on the ice planet Hoth, are being attacked by the Evil Empire.

Microsoft Readies Multi-Pronged Calendar Assault (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Google may be the latest entry in the increasingly crowded calendaring services field. Microsoft is working on both AJAX Web-based and Vista-PC-based calendaring offerings.

Google Looks to Voice-Activated Search (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a sign that Internet search might soon be unshackled from traditional PCs, Google has been granted a patent for technology that would enable users to enter search queries by talking rather than typing.

The Importance of Being at the Top of Search Results (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For online businesses and others looking for recognition through the Internet, the importance of being at or near the top of the list in search results was driven home by a recent study showing that most search-engine users expect to find what they are looking for on the first page of results.

New York Times earnings drop on high costs (Reuters)
The New York Times building in Manhattan, May 25, 2005. New York Times Co. on Thursday posted lower first quarter earnings, hurt by higher newsprint costs. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - New York Times Co. on Thursday said first-quarter profit fell 69 percent from a year earlier when it took a large gain, as higher newsprint costs and weak results from the Boston Globe outweighed strong Internet revenue.


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Google Launches Online Calendar Program (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google has launched a beta version of a Web-based calendar service that allows users not only to input and track events, but also to coordinate schedules with others and create automatic event alerts. The free online tool offers several other features, including invitation creation, Gmail integration, and, of course, high-powered search capabilities.

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