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Microsoft makes Net advances

The company strikes deals to continue using Overture's paid-placement search and to fold McAfee security products into its upcoming MSN Premium service. Meanwhile, iTunes goes Windows.

The company strikes deals to continue using Overture's paid-placement search and to fold McAfee security products into its upcoming MSN Premium service. Apple, meanwhile, opens Windows to music downloads from the iTunes store.


Yahoo's Overture Services subsidiary announces it will continue to offer commercial search links to Web rival MSN, which is owned by Microsoft.
October 17, 2003


Microsoft strikes a deal to package antivirus and firewall products from McAfee with its MSN Premium Internet service to help users fend off virus attacks and hackers.
October 17, 2003


update Stating that "hell froze over," Apple CEO Steve Jobs expands his digital music service into the much larger market for Windows-based PCs.
October 16, 2003


Responding to a warning from an antivirus company, the software giant fixes a flaw that would have left its e-mail service vulnerable to collapse at the hands of online vandals.
October 15, 2003


update Microsoft launches a test version of a new streaming-video service, which it hopes will challenge rivals RealNetworks, Yahoo and America Online.
October 14, 2003


A small New York company files a lawsuit against Microsoft, charging that the software giant's new music download service in Europe infringes on a patent nearly 20 years old.
October 13, 2003