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It could serve as a handy address for Microsoft's Web-based productivity suite, but the software maker isn't saying just how it will use the domain.
Although financial details were not disclosed, the deal will bolster Amazon's PC, Mac, and online game offerings.
The new service puts little pop-up previews on linked up Web documents.
For makers of widgets--modest little pieces of software that let people do things like play games, annotate photos, or send "pokes" to each other on Facebook or MySpace--it seems the buzz has turned to a worrisome hush.