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Ballmer Lauds Flexibility Through Virtualization (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer introduces new virtualization capabilities such as performance and interoperability enhancements for Virtual Server 2005, saying better management of IT environments can help customers lower their total cost of ownership.

Ballmer Talks Up Longhorn And Sun Detente In Las Vegas (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's CEO walked attendees through a series of technology demonstrations meant to counter what he said were industry analysts' charges that Microsoft's systems-management plan is "fluffy."

Microsoft Japan appoints VP Darren Huston new CEO (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft Corp's Japan unit said Darren Huston, a Microsoft Corp. vice president, has been appointed new president and chief executive officer, effective July 1.

In Brief: PowerBasic makes upgrade offer to Visual Basic developers (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - PowerBasic, a provider of enterprise programming tools, is offering a competitive upgrade offer to Visual Basic developers who may feel abandoned by Microsoft's decision to discontinue support for Visual Basic 6 and earlier versions. To ease their migration to the Basic platform, PowerBasic is offering Visual Basic developers special discount pricing on select PowerBasic tools. The company is offering the PowerBasic Power Migration Pack, which includes the PowerBasic 8 Compiler for Windows and PowerBasic Forms visual designer, for an upgrade price of $248, a savings of $50 off the regular price. Also on offer at a special discount is the PowerBasic PowerMigration Bundle, which includes the PowerMigration Pack as well as the PowerBasic Console Compiler, for an upgrade price of $387, an $80 savings off the regular price. To qualify, VB developers must provide their original VB registration code or a scanned copy of their original VB installation CD.

Microsoft Japan Names New Chief (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s Japanese subsidiary said Wednesday that Darren Huston, a Microsoft executive for small business services in the United States, will become its new president and chief executive.

Microsoft Ready to Release Patching Tool (PC World)
PC World - New Microsoft Update service will be delivered in June, software giant says.

Microsoft to Make Business IM Mobile (PC World)
PC World - Access to Live Communications Server will beta test later this year.

Red Hat exec criticizes software patents, Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Santa Clara, Calif. -- A Red Hat executive speaking at the MySQL Users Conference 2005 event here on Tuesday heaped scorn on the issuance of software patents, saying they stifle innovation.

Microsoft Outlines Systems-Management Road Map (TechWeb)
TechWeb - It may be IT's 'most boring discipline,' but better systems management is vital to lower costs and greater simplicity that companies need.

Research In Motion teams up with Microsoft, IBM on BlackBerry messaging (Canadian Press)
Canadian Press - WATERLOO, Ont. (CP) - Canada's Research In Motion Ltd. is teaming up with heavyweights Microsoft and IBM to bolster its BlackBerry e-mail device services.

Sony, Toshiba Seek Unified DVD Format (AP)
AP - Sony Corp. and Toshiba Corp. said Thursday they are in negotiations about how to resolve their competing next-generation optical disk formats, aiming to give consumers a unified video technology.

AMD to Launch Its 1st Dual-Core Processors (AP)
AP - Just days after Intel Corp. began shipping microprocessors with two computing engines instead of one, rival Advanced Micro Devices said it started shipping its own version of the technology.

Activists Push to Recycle 'E-Waste' (AP)
AP - When Earth Day dawned in 1970, optimistic environmentalists predicted emerging technologies would help reduce the nation's reliance on coal, oil, insecticides and other pollutants.

AOL Steps Up Effort to Fight Phishing Scams (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. is stepping up efforts to fight e-mail "phishing" scams by more aggressively blocking Web sites that masquerade as legitimate financial institutions requesting passwords and account information.

Google Launches Personal History Feature (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is experimenting with a new feature that enables the users of its online search engine to see all of their past search requests and results, creating a computer peephole that could prove as embarrassing as it is helpful.

EBay's Magic Has Faded But May Be Back (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - EBay Inc., the Internet juggernaut, seems to have lost its mojo, that special swagger that made it a rocket on Wall Street for six hot years.

'Law' of TV-To-DVD Jungle: More Classic Series Slated (Reuters)
Reuters - The TV-to-DVD boom is showing no signs of slowing down, with several more classic series hitting DVD shelves.

Motorola 1Q Earnings Rise 14 Percent (AP)
AP - Motorola Inc., the world's second-largest mobile-phone maker, reported a better-than-expected 14 percent increase in first-quarter earnings Wednesday, continuing its comeback on another solid rise in sales.

MySQL CEO touts open source as an alternative (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Santa Clara, Calif. -- With its open source database, MySQL represents the economy class of databases, which can be a sufficient alternative to more expensive products, according to Marten Mickos, CEO of MySQL.

India's Satyam Computer full-year profit jumps 39 percent (AFP)
AFP - India's fourth largest software exporter, Satyam Computer Services, said its full-year net profit jumped 39 percent as it won more customers.

EBay's Magic Has Faded But May Be Back (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - EBay Inc., the Internet juggernaut, seems to have lost its mojo, that special swagger that made it a rocket on Wall Street for six hot years.

Sony to Allow Sale of Virtual Goods (AP)
AP - The maker of the popular online fantasy game "EverQuest II" has reversed its long-standing ban on selling virtual characters and items for real money.

Review: VoIP Offers Low-Cost Phone Service (AP)
AP - When I signed up for Internet phone service from Vonage in 2003, the company's reputation for quality, reliable connections had finally accorded respectability to a technology previously associated with weird beeps, echoes and static. I needed a low-cost second phone line and, I admit, my inner geek was intrigued by VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol. The basic plan cost $27 a month and included unlimited local and regional calls, an allotment of domestic minutes and low international rates.

AOL Steps Up Effort to Fight Phishing Scams (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. is stepping up efforts to fight e-mail "phishing" scams by more aggressively blocking Web sites that masquerade as legitimate financial institutions requesting passwords and account information.

Google Launches Personal History Feature (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is experimenting with a new feature that enables the users of its online search engine to see all of their past search requests and results, creating a computer peephole that could prove as embarrassing as it is helpful.

EBay Profit Rises, Forecast Tepid (Reuters)
Reuters - Web marketplace eBay Inc. on Wednesday posted a 28 percent increase in quarterly net profit but forecast future profits at or below Wall Street estimates amid concerns of slowing growth.

Google Rolls Out Test of Personalized Search Tool (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. on Wednesday debuted a test service called My Search History that analysts said is a move closer to personalized search, widely considered the Holy Grail for the Web search leader and its rivals.

Report: Sony, Toshiba Discuss DVD Standard (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) and Toshiba Corp. (6502.T) are working on an agreement that could come as early as this month to jointly develop a new unified standard for next-generation DVDs, The Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported in its Thursday online edition.

EBay Profits Rise On More Buyers, Sellers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EBay reports a 28 percent jump in profits in the first quarter, as the number of buyers, sellers and bidders on the Internet marketplace surged by a third.

Engineers Joked That Enron Broadband Software Was "Pixie Dust," Witness Says (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Enron Corp. engineers jokingly called software that was purported to make the company's broadband network work better and faster than any other ``the secret sauce or pixie dust,'' a former employee testified Wednesday at the trial of five former executives of the failed Internet venture.

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