Your Technology Mar. 29, 1999

RADIO FREE MICROSOFT The latest version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer doesn't push Web browsing to any new heights, but it does offer a few bells, whistles and radio knobs. Yes, radio knobs. A new toolbar lets you set up direct links to your favorite Internet radio stations--a trick taken straight from broadcast.com The browser and radio are free (you can download them from www.microsoft.com) And sticking with the business practice that landed the company in court, Microsoft plans to sell a new edition of Windows 98 with IE 5.0 bundled in.

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