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Microsoft adds traffic reports to online maps (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates demonstrates an iriver clix at the Microsoft Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2006 in Seattle, Washington May 23, 2006.  NO SALES  NO ARCHIVES  FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY  REUTERS/Ron Wurzer/Microsoft/HandoutReuters - Microsoft Corp. launched on Tuesday a new version of its Windows Live Local online mapping service with real-time traffic reports and features to make it easier to share maps and information.


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Microsoft releases test versions of items (AP)
Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect, Microsoft Corporation delivers the keynote speech during the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference 2006 in Seattle Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released new test versions of what company co-founder Bill Gates called its three most important products: Windows for desktop computers, Windows for servers and the Office business software suite.  (AP Photo/John Froschauer)AP - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released new test versions of what company co-founder Bill Gates called its three most important products: Windows Vista for desktop computers, Windows for servers and the Office business software suite.


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Microsoft starts Windows test, launch on target (Reuters)
A man uses a computer at an internet cafe decorated with a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service in Seoul, May 23, 2006. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. launched its second major test version of the Windows Vista operating system on Tuesday as a senior executive said he was "confident" the company will meet its targeted release date.


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WinHEC: Microsoft Offerings Prepare Partners for Vista (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft unveils programs and technologies to ease the move to Vista.

Microsoft "confident" Vista to hit launch date (Reuters)
Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect, Microsoft Corporation delivers the keynote speech during the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference 2006 in Seattle Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released new test versions of what company co-founder Bill Gates called its three most important products: Windows for desktop computers, Windows for servers and the Office business software suite. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday the company is "confident" that it will meet its targeted launch date for its much-anticipated Windows Vista operating system.


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South Korean antitrust body rejects Microsoft appeal for review (AFP)
A customer walks near a display of Microsoft Windows XP software in March 2006. South Korean antitrust watchdog said it had rejected an appeal by Microsoft Corp against an earlier ruling that the US software giant had abused its market dominance and violated fair trade rules.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - South Korean antitrust watchdog said it had rejected an appeal by Microsoft Corp against an earlier ruling that the US software giant had abused its market dominance and violated fair trade rules.


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Microsoft Unveils Windows Vista Beta 2 (PC World)
PC World - New beta delivers a host of tweaks, including three interface options.

Microsoft Releases 3 Beta Products at WinHEC (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The software giant delivers Beta 2 versions of its Windows Vista operating system, Office System 2007 and Windows Server Longhorn. Microsoft is also setting out to prove that the trio is more tightly coupled than before.

'Windows Rally Technologies' To Simplify Wi-Fi Setup (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A new Microsoft codename emerged Tuesday: Windows Rally Technologies, which Microsoft will use to facilitate the setup of wireless networks under Windows Vista.

S.Korea antitrust body rejects Microsoft objection (Reuters)
A man uses a computer at an internet cafe decorated with a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service in Seoul May 23, 2006. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Tuesday it had rejected an objection lodged by Microsoft Corp. over a ruling that the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software.


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Microsoft releases test versions of items (AP)
Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect, Microsoft Corporation delivers the keynote speech during the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference 2006 in Seattle Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released new test versions of what company co-founder Bill Gates called its three most important products: Windows for desktop computers, Windows for servers and the Office business software suite.  (AP Photo/John Froschauer)AP - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released new test versions of what company co-founder Bill Gates called its three most important products: Windows Vista for desktop computers, Windows for servers and the Office business software suite.


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AP Unveils Deal to Tie Stories to Blogs (AP)
AP - The Associated Press announced two agreements Tuesday — one that will tie its news stories to the rapidly growing world of blogs and another that will help guide readers to newspaper Web sites.

File-Sharing Firm Sues EBay, 21 Others (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Michael Weiss, CEO of Streamcast Inc., poses for a photo in his Woodland Hills, Calif., office in this Dec. 28, 2005 file photo. StreamCast Inc., the company behind the Morpheus online file-swapping software, said Friday, April 7, 2006, negotiations to settle a long running copyright battle with the entertainment industry have failed and the firm will now seek to fight the case in court. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - The firm behind Morpheus online file-swapping software is suing eBay Inc. and 21 other defendants in a dispute over the right to technology used to make telephone calls over the Internet.


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Nike, Apple Team Up on iPod Running Gear (AP)
The Nike Air Zoom Moire is photographed alongside an iPod and the Nike+iPod Sport Kit in New York, Tuesday May 23, 2006. Nike and Apple introduced the Air Zoom Moire, the first footwear designed to talk to Apple's iPod nano, connecting you to the ultimate personal running and workout experience. The Air Zoom Moire connects to iPod through the wireless Nike'iPod Sport Kit. With Nike' footwear connected to iPod nano, information on time, distance, calories burned and pace is stored on iPod and displayed on the screen; real-time audible feedback also is provided through headphones. The kit which includes an in-shoe sensor and a receiver that attaches to iPod will be available within 60 days for a suggested retail price of $29 through the Apple store. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Nike Inc. and Apple Computer Inc. have teamed up to try to become a runner's best friend.


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Experts Offer Advice to Prevent ID Theft (AP)
RETRANSMISSION; graphic shows tips on avoiding identity theft; two versions. (AP Graphic)AP - Consumer advocates have some advice for the 26.5 million veterans whose personal information was stolen from the home of a Veterans Affairs employee: Don't panic.


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Microsoft adds traffic reports to online maps (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates demonstrates an iriver clix at the Microsoft Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2006 in Seattle, Washington May 23, 2006.  NO SALES  NO ARCHIVES  FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY  REUTERS/Ron Wurzer/Microsoft/HandoutReuters - Microsoft Corp. launched on Tuesday a new version of its Windows Live Local online mapping service with real-time traffic reports and features to make it easier to share maps and information.


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Nike and Apple tell runners: "It's worth it" (Reuters)
A customer shops for athletic shoes at a Nike store in downtown Portland. Nike said on Tuesday that it had teamed up with Apple Computer's iPod to launch a wireless system that integrates Nike shoes with the popular digital music device. (Richard Clement/Reuters)Reuters - Is all this exercise really helping me?


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Verizon sees wireless margins near 50 pct: CFO (Reuters)
Verizon Communications headquarters in New York City. US number-two telecom Verizon denied media reports that it handed customer phone records to a US spy agency, which unleashed a scandal for President George W. Bush.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Chris Hondros)Reuters - Verizon Wireless, the No. 2 U.S. cell phone service, could eventually raise its profit margin to nearly 50 percent as it increases its market share, a top executive of Verizon Communications Inc. , one of its parents, said on Tuesday.


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BEA a Cash Cow ... For Now (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - With a leading position and major customers, enterprise software can become a cash cow for the right company. Just look at BEA Systems (Nasdaq: BEAS - News), which recently announced bountiful first-quarter results. But BEA should be warned: There's a big threat out there, and it wears a red hat.

Microsoft starts Windows test, launch on target (Reuters)
A man uses a computer at an internet cafe decorated with a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service in Seoul, May 23, 2006. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. launched its second major test version of the Windows Vista operating system on Tuesday as a senior executive said he was "confident" the company will meet its targeted release date.


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Microsoft adds traffic reports to online maps (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates demonstrates an iriver clix at the Microsoft Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2006 in Seattle, Washington May 23, 2006.  NO SALES  NO ARCHIVES  FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY  REUTERS/Ron Wurzer/Microsoft/HandoutReuters - Microsoft Corp. launched on Tuesday a new version of its Windows Live Local online mapping service with real-time traffic reports and features to make it easier to share maps and information.


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Mouse clicks but no money for China's Internet dating firms (AFP)
Residents of Chengdu in southwestern Sichuan province surf the Internet. Chinese online dating should have everything going for it -- vast numbers of singles, an even larger Internet population, and an ancient tradition for matchmaking. Yet for most companies, profits seem as elusive as ever.(AFP/File/Liu Jin)AFP - Chinese online dating should have everything going for it -- vast numbers of singles, an even larger Internet population, and an ancient tradition for matchmaking.


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Shanda says to develop online game with Disney (Reuters)
Disney characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse pose in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle in Hong Kong's Disneyland Park September 1, 2005. Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd., a top operator of online games in China, on Tuesday said it agreed with Walt Disney Co.'s Internet group to develop and distribute an online game based on popular Disney characters. (Mark Ashman/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd., a top operator of online games in China, on Tuesday said it agreed with Walt Disney Co.'s Internet group to develop and distribute an online game based on popular Disney characters.


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File-Sharing Firm Sues EBay, 21 Others (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Michael Weiss, CEO of Streamcast Inc., poses for a photo in his Woodland Hills, Calif., office in this Dec. 28, 2005 file photo. StreamCast Inc., the company behind the Morpheus online file-swapping software, said Friday, April 7, 2006, negotiations to settle a long running copyright battle with the entertainment industry have failed and the firm will now seek to fight the case in court. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - The firm behind Morpheus online file-swapping software is suing eBay Inc. and 21 other defendants in a dispute over the right to technology used to make telephone calls over the Internet.


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AP Unveils Deal to Tie Stories to Blogs (AP)
AP - The Associated Press announced two agreements Tuesday — one that will tie its news stories to the rapidly growing world of blogs and another that will help guide readers to newspaper Web sites.

Google Set To Launch Video Advertising (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - On Monday, Google announced plans to add video capabilities to its hugely popular AdSense advertising network. The TV-like ads will run up to two minutes long on Web sites that belong to the company's ad program. Google's own Web pages will remain free of the video advertising.

500-plus nabbed in global Internet scams: US (AFP)
Computer at an Internet cafe.  Some 565 suspects were arrested in Europe and in North and South America in a crackdown on Internet fraud dubbed "Operation Global Con," US officials announced.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - Some 565 suspects were arrested in Europe and in North and South America in a crackdown on Internet fraud dubbed "Operation Global Con," US officials announced.


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Vonage sells $531 million in IPO shares (Reuters)
Chairman of Vonage Jeffrey Citron is seen in Washington, February 7, 2006. Internet phone service provider Vonage Holdings Corp., on Tuesday priced an initial public offering worth about $531 million, according to an underwriter. (Jim Young/Reuters)Reuters - Internet phone service provider Vonage Holdings Corp. on Tuesday priced an initial public offering worth about $531 million, according to an underwriter.


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Americans bet 4 billion dollars online despite ban (AFP)
Slot machines at a casino. A report from the American Gaming Association revealed that US residents spent more than four billion dollars last year on Internet gambling, despite a de facto prohibition on such wagering in the United States.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Francisco Leong)AFP - US residents spent more than four billion dollars last year on Internet gambling, despite a de facto prohibition on such wagering in the United States, according to a report.


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Martha Stewart plans online women's social network (Reuters)
Martha Stewart smiles at the audience during a press conference in New York August 25, 2005. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.  (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. on Tuesday said it plans to start an online social network similar to MySpace.com, but aimed at adult women.


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