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Home Research Site Zillow.com Partners With Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The real estate research site provides 45-degree, low-altitude aerial views of property through integration with Microsoft Corp.'s Virtual Earth service.

Microsoft Patch Causing Lockups, Crashes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some IT administrators and partners said one of Microsoft latest critical security patches, MS06-015, is causing IE lock ups, Windows hangs and crashes after installation. Microsoft said MS06-015's new Verclsid.exe file conflicts with HP printers, scanner and cameras

Microsoft Updates Anti-Spyware Defender (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft refreshes its anti-spyware Microsoft Defender software with improvements to the user interface and signature updating.

AMD Subpoenas Microsoft In Intel Antitrust Case (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Advanced Micro Devices is asking for a variety of documents, E-mail, and other correspondence related to Microsoft's software development plans, inclusion of AMD in technology planning, and financial discussions about AMD, according to the subpoena.

Microsoft Hooks World Cyber Games (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has signed on to sponsor the World Cyber Games competition through 2008, the WCG gaming commission said.

Microsoft Updates Atlas Framework With New Web Tools (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft released a new preview this week of its Atlas framework, along with two related tool sets, part of a push to continue the Web developer-tools momentum Microsoft stoked at its Mix06 conference last month

First Look: Windows Live Search Offers New Tools (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft seeks to challenge Google with new beta search service.

Microsoft Office Live Beta Gets Traffic Spike (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Look out, domain registrars, Microsoft has seen more than a 50% spike in the number of users of Office Live beta.

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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Internet Agency Weighs '.tel' Domain Name (AP)
Todd Masonis, co-founder of the contact management service Plaxo Inc., poses for a portrait at his company offices in Mountain View, Calif., Friday April 14, 2006. Reaching out and touching someone used to be as simple as dialing a string of numbers. But now there are home, cell and work phone numbers from which to choose, and sometimes work extensions to remember. The Internet's key oversight agency is now considering a ``.tel'' domain name to help people manage their contact information online.  Masonis is familiar with the hassles of keeping track of everyone. His parents have had the same phone number for some 30 years, and ``for a long time that was how they are identified,'' Masonis said. ``But in the last two years, even they have a couple of cell phones, a couple of e-mail addresses and Web pages and instant message IDs.''(AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - Reaching out and touching someone used to be as simple as dialing a string of numbers. But now there are home, cell and work phone numbers from which to choose, and sometimes work extensions to remember.


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Pa. to Install Cell Tracking Technology (AP)
AP - You pass an accident on a lonely stretch of highway at night. You call 911 on your cell phone to report it but don't know exactly where you are. Soon that won't be a problem in Cambria County, where emergency officials said they plan to install technology allowing county 911 dispatchers to track where emergency calls are placed.

Japan to Test Fuel Cell-Powered Train (AP)
In this illustration released by Tokyo-based East Japan Railways Co., Friday, April 14, 2006, the NE Train, or New Energy Train, that the Japan's biggest rail company will soon test is shown.  East Japan Railways plans to start test runs of the NE train, claimed to be the world's first fuel cell-powered train, in July, with the aim of operating it on regular tracks by the middle of next year. The initial train will consist of a single car powered by electric batteries and capable of traveling at up to 100 kph (62 mph). A diesel-run generator will provide most of the electricity, with two 65-kilowatt hydrogen fuel cells chipping in about a third. (AP Photo/East Japan Railways Co., HO)AP - Japan's biggest rail company will soon test using fuel cells to help power a train, following the lead of automakers in rolling out cleaner, more efficient transportation.


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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."

The new breed of soldier: Robots with guns (USATODAY.com)
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jake Smith, 34, of Manassas, Va., deploys a Talon robot from the back an armored Humvee to help disarm  a 155mm artillery shell rigged as a roadside bomb located about 100 yards  from them in Balad Ruz, Iraq, Feb. 28, 2006. (AP Photo/Charles Hanley)USATODAY.com - Spurred by the risks from roadside bombs and terrorist ambushes, the military is aggressively seeking to replace troops with battlefield robots, including new versions armed with machine guns. New ground- and sea-based robots are being developed and tested, military records show.


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Report says Rumsfeld allowed Guantanamo abuse (Reuters)
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld speaks at a news briefing at the Pentagon in Washington April 11, 2006. Rumsfeld allowed an 'abusive and degrading' interrogation of an al Qaeda detainee in 2002, the online magazine Salon reported on Friday, citing an Army document. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld allowed an "abusive and degrading" interrogation of an al Qaeda detainee in 2002, the online magazine Salon reported on Friday, citing an Army document.


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Rum and Coke mixing it up with digital tunes (Reuters)
Reuters - Beverage giants Coca-Cola and Bacardi -- regular glass-mates at bars around the globe -- have launched separate marketing campaigns that use digital music to connect with consumers.

Cell phones ready to start dialing for dollars (Reuters)
Reuters - Forget about cash and credit cards. There's a new payment alternative for buying CDs, DVDs and other such entertainment pleasures -- your cell phone.

Mozilla Fixes 24 Bugs In Firefox, Majority Marked Critical (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla updates its Firefox browser to patch a mega-batch of 24 vulnerabilities, the bulk of them tagged "critical."

Gartner Analyst Downplays Apple Boot Camp Security Issue (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Don't worry about Boot Camp exposing Apple Computer Inc.'s operating system to malware, viruses and worms, says a Gartner Inc. analyst.

Internet Agency Weighs '.tel' Domain Name (AP)
Todd Masonis, co-founder of the contact management service Plaxo Inc., poses for a portrait at his company offices in Mountain View, Calif., Friday April 14, 2006. Reaching out and touching someone used to be as simple as dialing a string of numbers. But now there are home, cell and work phone numbers from which to choose, and sometimes work extensions to remember. The Internet's key oversight agency is now considering a ``.tel'' domain name to help people manage their contact information online.  Masonis is familiar with the hassles of keeping track of everyone. His parents have had the same phone number for some 30 years, and ``for a long time that was how they are identified,'' Masonis said. ``But in the last two years, even they have a couple of cell phones, a couple of e-mail addresses and Web pages and instant message IDs.''(AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - Reaching out and touching someone used to be as simple as dialing a string of numbers. But now there are home, cell and work phone numbers from which to choose, and sometimes work extensions to remember.


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Report says Rumsfeld allowed Guantanamo abuse (Reuters)
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld speaks at a news briefing at the Pentagon in Washington April 11, 2006. Rumsfeld allowed an 'abusive and degrading' interrogation of an al Qaeda detainee in 2002, the online magazine Salon reported on Friday, citing an Army document. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld allowed an "abusive and degrading" interrogation of an al Qaeda detainee in 2002, the online magazine Salon reported on Friday, citing an Army document.


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Sirius and EMI Music N.A. reach deal: report (Reuters)
Reuters - Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. has reached a deal with EMI Music North America, settling a dispute over a portable-music player sold by the satellite broadcaster that enables users to store digital copies of music, the Wall St. Journal reported on its Web Site on Friday.

Janet Jackson Tunes Leaked to Internet (AP)
Janet Jackson is shown May 14, 2005, in Santa Barbara, Calif. Jackson, who is working on her upcoming album, says that someone has leaked songs she recorded at least two years ago when working with hitmaking producer Rich Harrison. At least one song has already made the rounds, titled 'Put It On Me.'  (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant, File)AP - That new Janet Jackson music making the rounds on the Internet is apparently not as new as you might think. The pop superstar, who is working on a new album, says someone has leaked songs she recorded at least two years ago when working with hitmaking producer Rich Harrison.


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China students prep for study abroad (Reuters)
Reuters - Chinese students are putting the "world" back into the Worldwide Web, using the Internet to prep each other in ultra-fine detail on the unfamiliar and often laborious process of applying to study abroad.

World Of Warcraft Purges Thousands Of Cheaters (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Online fantasy game has been plagued with players selling in-game objects, including characters and gold, for real-world money.

Weapons Charges Issued in Proof Shooting (AP)
Proof, a member of rap group D12 and a close friend of Eminem, shown on March 13, 2003 in Detroit, was shot to death early Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at a nightclub along Eight Mile Road, a publicist said. The death of Proof _ whose real name is Deshaun Holton _ was confirmed by Dennis Dennehy, the publicist for D12's label, Interscope Records. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - A man was charged Friday with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, a close friend of Eminem.


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Beatles Catalog Set To Go Digital (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After years of refusing to enter the music-download market and sell Beatles tunes online, Apple Corps has decided to bring the Fab Four's recordings into the digital age. The disclosure came during the record label's trademark-infringement lawsuit against Apple Computer that ended last week in London.

Sellers of Internet addresses surf for - and get - some big payoffs (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Domain names are red-hot again. This year, 15 names used in Web addresses have resold for at least six figures to companies and individuals hoping to tap into big audiences. Domain names generated $29 million in 2005. In the first three months of 2006, names have generated $14.2 million.

Beatles fans get ticket to (digital) ride (USATODAY.com)
The Beatles prior to the their first appearance in Chicago, September 1964. The Beatles are preparing to sell their songs online after years of refusing to take part in the Internet music boom, according to testimony given by the head of their record company. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)USATODAY.com - After years of sitting out the digital music revolution, the Beatles have finally decided to let it be and begin selling online downloads. Apple Corps is remastering the original Beatles recordings for eventual reissues, and wants the downloads to coincide with the remastered CD releases.


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