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Lenovo and Microsoft reaffirm global agreement (Reuters)
A Chinese security guard walks under a huge company logo of the Lenovo headquater in China's financial center Shanghai August 10, 2005. Lenovo Group Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. on Monday inked an expanded global strategic alliance to promote the use of validly licensed Microsoft software products in China and elsewhere. (Aly Song/Reuters)Reuters - Lenovo Group Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. on Monday formally signed a November agreement to pre-install the Windows operating system on Lenovo's computers made in China.


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Lenovo: Most Chinese PCs Have Windows (AP)
A Chinese security guard walks under a huge company logo of the Lenovo headquater in China's financial center Shanghai August 10, 2005. Lenovo Group Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. on Monday inked an expanded global strategic alliance to promote the use of validly licensed Microsoft software products in China and elsewhere. (Aly Song/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system has long been popular in China. The problem has been getting Chinese users to pay for legitimate copies.


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AMD Subpoenas Microsoft in Intel Suit (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - AMD has added Microsoft to the list of companies it has subpoenaed in an effort to gather more ammunition for its landmark antitrust lawsuit against Intel, which is progressing slowly in federal district court in Delaware.

AMD Seeks Microsoft Documents in Intel Case (PC World)
PC World - AMD has been seeking evidence for its antitrust suit from companies that do business with Intel.

Microsoft Set to Deliver a New Vista Build (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Updated: It's not the consumer Community Technology Preview, designed to go to as many as two million testers. But Build 5365, with user-interface enhancements, is expected to go to a smaller select subset of testers the week of April 17.

Microsoft Patches Causing Breakages, Lockups (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft acknowledges patch problems causing system hangs and crashes for Windows customers. Third-party programs from Google, Siebel and HP are affected.

Hu Jintao to Meet With Microsoft, Boeing (AP)
Chinese President Hu Jintao, right, bows to his Taiwanese guests and Lien Chan, Taiwan's former vice president and honorary chairman of Taiwan's opposition Nationalist Party, in Beijing's Great Hall of the People on Sunday, April 16, 2006. Beijing is trying to isolate Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian by forging ties with his political opposition and offering trade concessions to appeal to Taiwan's farmers. The two sides split amid civil war in 1949 and have no official relations, but China claims Taiwan as part of its territory. (AP Photo/Stephen Shaver, Pool)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.


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Boot Camp Users Need Support (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - While Apple is endorsing the use of Windows with its Boot Camp software, it won't be supporting such as Windows-only applications as AutoCAD, Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio.

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

Brief Filing Delay Affects TurboTax Users (AP)
Chart shows automatic extensions 1994-2006. (AP Graphic)AP - Some TurboTax users encountered a brief filing delay Monday afternoon when the software maker Intuit Inc. shut down its computer system to prepare for the heavier volume of electronic tax filing expected later in the evening.


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Ex-Disney CEO Eisner Invests in Online TV (AP)
AP - Former Walt Disney Co. CEO Michael Eisner is investing in a small company that hopes to create an Internet-based television delivery system.

Report: Oracle Studies Novell Acquisition (AP)
Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison is seen in Wilmington, Delaware in a 2004 file photo. Software maker Oracle Corp. is considering launching a version of the Linux operating system and has looked at buying one of the two firms dominating the technology, the Financial Times newspaper reported on Monday. (Tim Shaffer/Reuters)AP - Business software provider Oracle Corp. is considering plans to offer its own version of the Linux operating system and has studied an acquisition of Novell Inc., the open-source operating system's No. 2 distributor, according to a newspaper report Monday.


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AOL to Show Programs From Shanghai Unit (AP)
AP - AOL this week will begin broadcasting news programs supplied by Shanghai Media Group's broadband unit, the companies said Monday.

Oracle CEO says may launch own Linux version (Reuters)
Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison is seen in Wilmington, Delaware in a 2004 file photo. Software maker Oracle Corp. is considering launching a version of the Linux operating system and has looked at buying one of the two firms dominating the technology, the Financial Times newspaper reported on Monday. (Tim Shaffer/Reuters)Reuters - Oracle Corp. is considering launching its own Linux operating system and has looked at buying one of the main suppliers of open-source technology, Chief Executive Larry Ellison told a newspaper on Monday.


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Cendant to name Clark head of online travel: report (Reuters)
Reuters - The Cendant Corp. is expected to name Jeff Clark, a longtime technology executive, as chief executive of its online travel business on Tuesday, the New York Times said.

Broadcaster PBS considers putting shows online (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Public Broadcasting System is considering making its television shows available on the Internet or portable devices like MP3 players, its new president and chief executive officer said on Monday.

LG Elec profit seen up on screens (Reuters)
Reuters - LG Electronics Inc. (066570.KS) is likely to report a 66 percent jump in quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by a turnaround in its display business, but earnings will be overshadowed by paper-thin margins on mobile phones.

Oracle's Ellison Eyes Linux OS (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is mulling over whether or not his company should launch its own version of the Linux operating system.

Lenovo and Microsoft reaffirm global agreement (Reuters)
A Chinese security guard walks under a huge company logo of the Lenovo headquater in China's financial center Shanghai August 10, 2005. Lenovo Group Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. on Monday inked an expanded global strategic alliance to promote the use of validly licensed Microsoft software products in China and elsewhere. (Aly Song/Reuters)Reuters - Lenovo Group Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. on Monday formally signed a November agreement to pre-install the Windows operating system on Lenovo's computers made in China.


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Cendant to name Clark head of online travel: report (Reuters)
Reuters - The Cendant Corp. is expected to name Jeff Clark, a longtime technology executive, as chief executive of its online travel business on Tuesday, the New York Times said.

Broadcaster PBS considers putting shows online (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Public Broadcasting System is considering making its television shows available on the Internet or portable devices like MP3 players, its new president and chief executive officer said on Monday.

CNET launches video-on-demand network (Reuters)
A screen shows Internet services available through a broadband-connected TiVo digital video recorder at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. CNET Networks on Monday said it will launch 'CNET TV', a new video on demand network over cable, on digital video recorders made by TiVo and on the Internet as it broadens its reach to viewers. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - CNET Networks on Monday said it will launch "CNET TV," a new video on demand network over cable, on digital video recorders made by TiVo and on the Internet as it broadens its reach to viewers.


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Ex-Disney CEO Eisner Invests in Online TV (AP)
AP - Former Walt Disney Co. CEO Michael Eisner is investing in a small company that hopes to create an Internet-based television delivery system.

AOL to Show Programs From Shanghai Unit (AP)
AP - AOL this week will begin broadcasting news programs supplied by Shanghai Media Group's broadband unit, the companies said Monday.

China students use Internet to prep for study abroad (Reuters)
Web-surfers are seen at an internet cafe in Guangzhou, China in a 2004 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. (China Photos/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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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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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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