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McCann, Microsoft Partner On Digital Media Workflow Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - McCann Worldgroup says it is working with Microsoft to create a platform to satisfy the increasing appetite for digital media and need for tighter collaboration worldwide.

Microsoft Upgrades Windows Live Local (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Those who want to send driving directions to friends or colleagues over the Internet have a new tool at their disposal.

Microsoft expands local search into U.K. (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. is expanding its local, photo-based search service into the United Kingdom, and adding traffic information for the U.S. service.


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Microsoft to license infoUSA database (AP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. The US Justice Department asked a judge to extend by two years its supervision of the Microsoft antitrust settlement, saying the company had agreed to the plan.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AP - Microsoft Corp. has agreed to license infoUSA Inc.'s business listings database to beef up the software company's online local search offerings, the companies said Wednesday.


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Microsoft Advises Switching Word to 'Safe Mode' (PC World)
PC World - The inconvenience is necessary to protect against the latest Trojan horse, company says.

World Bank, Microsoft marketing prepaid computers (Reuters)
A girl looks the screen of a computer as she works in a cybercafe in Abidjan, Ivory Coast on November 18, 2005. The World Bank's private sector arm and Microsoft Corp. are borrowing from the prepaid cellular phone marketing success to see if they can fund sales of personal computers in developing countries, officials said on Wednesday. (Luc Gnago/Reuters)Reuters - The World Bank's private sector arm and Microsoft Corp. are borrowing from the prepaid cellular phone marketing success to see if they can fund sales of personal computers in developing countries, officials said on Wednesday.


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Symantec Suit Against Microsoft Symbolizes Security Shift (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Several years of negotiations over Microsoft's right to use Symantec's Volume Manager software boiled over last week when Symantec filed a lawsuit that threatens to keep Microsoft from further developing and distributing Vista and Longhorn.

NEC, Microsoft strengthen strategic alliance (AFP)
NEC President Kaoru Yano (L) shakes hands with Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer after agreeing to expand their collaborative relationship for IT and network convergence.(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japanese electronics giant NEC Corp and US software giant Microsoft Corp have agreed to broaden their strategic partnership in computer servers and to share patents.


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Now Ballmer Says Vista Could Slip (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's recent messages on Vista's shipping schedule can only be described as mixed.

Alcatel and Microsoft Build New IPTV Alliances (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As online TV struggles to get off the ground, Alcatel and Microsoft are continuing to put the pieces together for an Internet-based television service, inking agreements with I.T. giants IBM and HP that will provide servers and storage capabilities designed for broad-based Internet TV deployments.

Honda says brain waves control robot (AP)
Honda Research Institute Japan Co. President Tomohiko Kawanabe flashes a V-sign as he explains Honda's new robotic technology researched with ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Tokyo Wednesday, May 24, 2006.  Patterns of the changes in the brain taken by an MRI machine, shown on the screen at left, which are used in hospitals to take images of the brain, were relayed to a robotic hand, at front. A person in the MRI machine made a fist, spread his fingers and then made a V-sign.  Several seconds later, the robotic hand did the same movements. Honda hopes to some day link a person's thoughts with machines in everyday life.  (AP Photo /Katsumi Kasahara)AP - In a step toward linking a person's thoughts to machines, Japanese automaker Honda said it has developed a technology that uses brain signals to control a robot's very simple moves.


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2 teens charged with MySpace.com extortion (AP)
An undated view of MySpace.com. A cadre of radio programmers at the recent Musexpo conference in Los Angeles were quick to sound the death knell for the hugely successful social networking site, now owned by News Corp. But the proclamations of doom may actually be the sounds of their egos in denial. Three of the four panelists at the radio session denied needing MySpace to help find new music acts. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Two New York teenagers were in police custody Wednesday facing illegal computer access and attempted extortion charges after they allegedly threatened to shake down the popular Web site MySpace.com unless its operators paid them $150,000, prosecutors said.


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Video game raises Venezuela lawmakers' ire (AP)
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez laughs during a news conference in Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, May 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Leslie Mazoch)AP - A U.S. company's video game simulating an invasion of Venezuela is supposed to hit the shelves next year, but it's already raising the ire of lawmakers loyal to President Hugo Chavez.


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TiVo to launch Guru Guides for TV shows (AP)
An exterior view of TiVo headquarters is shown in Alviso, Calif., Tuesday, May 23, 2006. TiVo Inc., a pioneer of digital video recording, reports its first-quarter results after the bell. Analysts are expecting a loss of 19 cents per share, including stock option costs, on sales of $50.6 million.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - The borders of traditional media are continuing to blur as digital video recorder pioneer TiVo Inc. has recruited editors from magazines to make their imprint on television viewing.


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Microsoft expands local search into U.K. (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. is expanding its local, photo-based search service into the United Kingdom, and adding traffic information for the U.S. service.


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Web retailer sells downloads for musicians (AP)
AP - A new Web site is trying a different twist on digital music sales by selling songs that consumers can purchase stripped of musical parts such as drums, keyboards, guitar or bass guitar.

Review: Games make comeback on Nintendo DS (AP)
This undated screen shot provided by Nintendo of America Inc., shows one of  the new levels found in 'New Super Mario Bros.' for the Nintendo DS.  (AP Photo/Nintendo of America Inc.)AP - Two defining video games from the 1980s are back for the Nintendo DS handheld. "New Super Mario Bros." and "Tetris DS" are updated versions of classic games aimed at giving 21st century players a fresh dose of retro, old-school goodness.


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Cable & Wireless misses forecast after difficult year (FT.com)
FT.com - Cable & Wireless, the alternative telecoms group, missed consensus forecasts for its full year results but raised its dividend by 18 per cent saying that there was improved visibility in the medium term outlook.

Linux Leader Red Hat Sees Brazil Heating Up (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Linux seller Red Hat on Wednesday said it's bought two local outposts of its biggest South American distributor to cash in on an emerging market it says is ripe for open-source software.

Nintendo annual profit down (Reuters)
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February 15, 2006. Japan's Nintendo Co. Ltd. posted a 19 percent fall in annual operating profit on Thursday, hit by slowing demand for its GameCube game console and software, and it forecast a weaker-than-expected recovery this year. Its shares fell more than 8 percent. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Nintendo Co. Ltd. posted a 19 percent fall in annual operating profit on Thursday, hit by slowing demand for its GameCube and Game Boy Advance machines, but it expects a healthy recovery this year on its upcoming console, Wii, and hot-selling DS portable players.


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2 teens charged with MySpace.com extortion (AP)
An undated view of MySpace.com. A cadre of radio programmers at the recent Musexpo conference in Los Angeles were quick to sound the death knell for the hugely successful social networking site, now owned by News Corp. But the proclamations of doom may actually be the sounds of their egos in denial. Three of the four panelists at the radio session denied needing MySpace to help find new music acts. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Two New York teenagers were in police custody Wednesday facing illegal computer access and attempted extortion charges after they allegedly threatened to shake down the popular Web site MySpace.com unless its operators paid them $150,000, prosecutors said.


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Web retailer sells downloads for musicians (AP)
AP - A new Web site is trying a different twist on digital music sales by selling songs that consumers can purchase stripped of musical parts such as drums, keyboards, guitar or bass guitar.

Nevada lawmaker rips Energy Dept. cartoon (AP)
AP - Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev. is no fan of Yucca Mountain John. She tried Wednesday to stop the Energy Department from using the cartoon character on a department Web site designed to inform children about nuclear waste.

Microsoft Upgrades Windows Live Local (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Those who want to send driving directions to friends or colleagues over the Internet have a new tool at their disposal.

Microsoft to license infoUSA database (AP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. The US Justice Department asked a judge to extend by two years its supervision of the Microsoft antitrust settlement, saying the company had agreed to the plan.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AP - Microsoft Corp. has agreed to license infoUSA Inc.'s business listings database to beef up the software company's online local search offerings, the companies said Wednesday.


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W3C: Redesigning the Internet (PC World)
PC World - Researchers say semantic Web will determine the future of the Internet.

Search Champ Google Loses To Rivals In Portal Services (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google is the champion in online search, but the company falls far behind Yahoo and other rivals in popular portal services, such as Web mail, news and finance.

Data Security Could Be Potent November Election Issue (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Fewer than 1 in 5 of the 1,150 U.S. adults surveyed believed that existing laws can protect them from fraud, identity theft, and other crimes on the Internet.

Toys "R" Us to relaunch Web sites (Reuters)
Reuters - Retailer Toys "R" Us Inc. said on Wednesday that it intends to relaunch its Toysrus.com and Babiesrus.com Web sites with new appearances in July.

Review: Kayak best travel search engine (AP)
In this undated handout image released by Kayak, a screen shot of a travel search on the Kayak website is shown. (AP Photo/Kayak)AP - Summer's almost here. It's time for my annual ritual of dreaming of all the places I wish I could go: Seattle, Sydney, Paris. Thanks to the Internet, I can search for a flight to paradise from my windowless office, even if I lack the cash and the time to take the trips.


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