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Hu to Meet With Microsoft, Boeing (AP)
AP - Chinese President Hu Jintao will kick off his visit to the United States this week by meeting with two major corporations that embody both the difficulties and the opportunities for U.S. companies in China.

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.

Professional Video Gaming Set for TV Debut (AP)
This image from the video game 'Metal Gear Solid: Subsistence' for the PlayStation 2 shows a closeup of a soldier in the new stealth action game. The image was provided by game publisher, Konami Digital Entertainment-America. (AP/Konami Digital Entertainment-America) Photo/Konami Digital Entertainment - America)AP - Professional video gaming is set to debut on cable television later this year, potentially paving the way for the kings and queens of game controllers to become as familiar to American households as the faces of Johnny Chan or Annie Duke in televised poker.


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Web Site Rates Health Care Journalism (AP)
AP - Newspaper and magazine health coverage will be reviewed online at a new Web site beginning Monday.

Blog Shows Dark Side of Okla. Slay Suspect (AP)
Kevin Ray Underwood, 26, shown in this undated photograph provided by the McClain County Sheriffs Office, was being held Saturday, April 15, 2006,  in the McClain County Jail on a first-degree murder complaint. The body of missing 10-year-old Jamie Rose Bolin was found in Underwoods purcell apartment Friday, police said. Prosecutors said they expect to file formal charges Monday and that they intend to seek the death penalty. (AP Photo/ McClain County Sheriffs Office)AP - In an online diary entry from January, Kevin Ray Underwood said he was embarrassed about how many gifts his mother bought him at Christmas and how his father was proud of him for helping him assemble a computer desk for his sister.


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NYPD Deploys First of 500 Security Cameras (AP)
A couple of pedestrians walk under New York City Police Department wireless video recorders attached to a lamp post on the corner of Knickerbocker Ave and Starr St., Thursday, April 13, 2006 in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The cameras along a stretch of Knickerbocker Ave. are the first installment of a high-tech surveillance program to place 500 cameras throughout the city at a cost of $9 million. Hundreds of additional cameras could follow if the city receives $81.5 million in federal grants it has requested to safeguard Lower Manhattan and parts of midtown with a surveillance 'ring of steel' modeled after security measures in London's financial district. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Along a gritty stretch of street in Brooklyn, police this month quietly launched an ambitious plan to combat street crime and terrorism. But instead of cops on the beat, wireless video cameras peer down from lamp posts about 30 feet above the sidewalk.


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Cell phones ready to start dialing for dollars (Reuters)
A NEC representitive is shown with what it says is the world's thinnest foldaway mobile phone in Tokyo, in this September 21, 2005 file photo. Online payment specialist PayPal, a unit of Internet auction giant eBay, has introduced PayPal Mobile to North America. The wireless version of its service enables users to buy goods and exchange money using their phones. (Yuriko Nakao/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.


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AOL in new tie-up with China firm (Reuters)
An undated view of AOL's Chinese language portal. AOL said on Monday it has formed a tie-up with China's number two media company. Under their new relationship, the broadband content arm of Shanghai Media Group (SMG) will provide material for a Chinese language version of AOL.com aimed at Chinese speakers in the United States. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - AOL, the online unit of media giant Time Warner Inc., said on Monday it has formed a tie-up with China's number two media company, one of its first such pairings since it withdrew from the Chinese market in 2003.


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Rum and Coke mixing it up with digital tunes (Reuters)
Bacardi's B Live Radio station logo is seen on a mobile phone in an undated publicity photo. 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. (PRNewsFoto/Bacardi U.S.A./Ben Stansall/VisualMedia/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.


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Salesforce.com buys Sendia and goes mobile (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The long-heralded promise of wireless access to enterprise applications got a boost last week when Salesforce.com announced the acquisition of wireless infrastructure provider Sendia and the launch of AppExchange Mobile using Sendia’s technology.

Open source goes big time with Red Hat-JBoss Deal (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Red Hat’s surprise announcement that it’s acquiring JBoss could upend accepted wisdom about both the size and function of open source software companies. Still, some customers are taking a wait-and-see attitude toward the deal.

Borland offers software requirements definition (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Not to be confused with requirements management, Borland Software on Monday is introducing a requirements definition package as part of the company's application lifecycle management arsenal.

AOL in new tie-up with China firm (Reuters)
An undated view of AOL's Chinese language portal. AOL said on Monday it has formed a tie-up with China's number two media company. Under their new relationship, the broadband content arm of Shanghai Media Group (SMG) will provide material for a Chinese language version of AOL.com aimed at Chinese speakers in the United States. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - AOL, the online unit of media giant Time Warner Inc., said on Monday it has formed a tie-up with China's number two media company, one of its first such pairings since it withdrew from the Chinese market in 2003.


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AOL, Shanghai Media to Air Chinese Shows (AP)
AP - AOL and Shanghai Media Group's broadband unit will jointly broadcast programs about Chinese culture and society to viewers worldwide, the Shanghai company said Monday.

Man Trading Up From Paper Clip to House (AP)
Kyle MacDonald, a young Montreal man who is using the power of the internet to trade up a paper clip to a house poses for a photo in Montreal on Thursday April 13, 2006. (AP Photo/Canadian Press, David Boily)AP - Kyle MacDonald had a red paper clip and a dream: Could he use the community power of the Internet to barter that paper clip for something better, and trade that thing for something else — and so on and so on until he had a house?


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Web Merchants Fighting Costs of Fraud (AP)
Kathleen Attinello, executive vice president of operations at Receivable Management Services in Bethlehem, Pa., stands inside the company's call center on Friday, April 9, 2006. The Bethlehem-based company fights credit card chargebacks on behalf of online travel agencies, video gaming sites, and other Internet and offline merchants. (AP Photo/Rick Smith)AP - Talk about buyer's remorse: A man who had purchased a $4,500 custom-made engagement ring over the Internet abruptly called off the wedding just days before the big day — then called his credit card company to get his money back.


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Internet Agency Weighs New 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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Thousands of British credit card details traded online (AFP)
A computer connected to the Internet. The credit card details of thousands of Britons are being sold on the Internet by hackers intent on committing identity fraud(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - The credit card details of thousands of Britons are being sold on the Internet by hackers intent on committing identity fraud.


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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)
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)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.


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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)
Students are seen using the Internet during a computer class at a middle school in Maogong, in China's rural Liping county, in this February 25, 2006 file photo. 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. (Reinhard Krause/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.


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