Page shows may get makeover

Some Web users are reporting seeing a reformatted Google results page that has the links to specialized search pages listed in the left-hand column instead of placed horizontally across the top of the search box.

Microsoft, Washington AG sue spyware company

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Sony reports strong earnings but unplugs Aibo

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LCD TV shipments beat CRT in Japan in 2005

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Microsoft has record Q2, misses revenue estimates

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Microsoft adds new features to Windows Live

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Microsoft launches MSN research labs to battle Google

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Microsoft move may be insufficient

Microsoft's offer to license part of its Windows source code to competitors is "not necessarily enough" to head off Euro 2 million ($AU3.23 million) in daily fines for the company, a European Commission spokesman said on Thursday.

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The Walt Disney Co. has agreed to acquire Pixar, the animation studio headed by Apple Computer chief Steve Jobs, in a long-anticipated US$7.4 billion deal that will put Jobs on Disney's board of directors, the companies announced Tuesday.

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