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Microsoft to Offer Technology Licensing (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is trying to make some money off some of its spare technology, offering entrepreneurs and venture capitalists licenses to such inventions as tamperproof identification card software and computer tricks that make chintzy speakers sound top-notch.

Microsoft Offers R&D to Small Companies, Startups (PC World)
PC World - Areas include gaming, databases, multimedia, and security, among others.

Showtime Teams with Microsoft on Xbox Promotion (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Viacom (NYSE: VIAb) subsidiary Showtime Networks is teaming with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) on a marketing tie-in featuring the new Xbox video game console.

Microsoft Adds a New Wrinkle to 'Genuine Advantage' Initiative (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is offering Windows Professional users a new incentive to turn in those selling allegedly counterfeit product: A free replacement copy (with a few strings attached).

Microsoft: We Want to Be Another Xerox PARC (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Redmond software vendor has established a new division charged with licensing Microsoft-Research-developed technologies to startups and venture capitalists.

Next-Generation Xbox to Be Media Hub (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s next-generation Xbox gaming console will be more of a digital entertainment hub than its predecessor, making it even more of a PC hybrid than ever, Bill Gates told a meeting of business journalists on Monday.

Microsoft Recruits Bloggers to Preview Longhorn (PC World)
PC World - Software giant seeking developers and "super users" to evaluate latest OS.

Gates Looks Toward Challenges, Opportunities for Windows (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Q&A: In a wide-ranging interview, Microsoft's Bill Gates speaks out on the forthcoming advances due for Windows as well as the opportunities and challenges ahead for software developers and users. (Part 1 of 3)

Gates Asks Auto Industry to Use Technology (AP)
AP - DEARBORN, Mich. — Microsoft Corp. mogul Bill Gates and the leader of Ford Motor Co. outlined a future Friday in which software enables cars to fix themselves and never crash.

Microsoft Seeks Bloggers To Tout Longhorn (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is seeking 20 volunteer bloggers to help it promote Longhorn, an effort dubbed "Team 99," says a vocal Microsoft employee, evangelist, and blogger.

Microsoft to Offer Technology Licensing (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is trying to make some money off some of its spare technology, offering entrepreneurs and venture capitalists licenses to such inventions as tamperproof identification card software and computer tricks that make chintzy speakers sound top-notch.

REVIEW: Cheaper Laptops Full of Features (AP)
AP - When you're buying something as pricey as a new laptop, it takes courage to stray from the comfort of established names like Dell, IBM and Sony. And it's the sort of courage that can easily lead to "penny-wise, pound-foolish" regrets after the purchase.

Internet Cuts Need for Bike Messengers (AP)
AP - Bicycle messengers once crowded downtown traffic to deliver court papers, business documents and blueprints. Today, only one such company and one lone courier pump along on any given workday in Maine's biggest city.

Army to Get Energy-Converting Sheeting (AP)
AP - The Army is bringing to the battlefield flexible plastic sheeting that converts light into energy — technology that could someday find its way into the casing of laptops or even clothing to power portable devices.

Wireless Developers Plan to Meld Bluetooth (AP)
AP - Wireless developers plan to work together to meld Bluetooth, the short-range technology that links cell phones and cordless headsets, with an emerging technology designed to beam video and other large content short distances between TVs, home entertainment systems and computers.

Savol Leaves 'Idol'; ABC Airs Expose (AP)
AP - Despite a tongue-in-cheek Internet campaign to keep him, "American Idol" voters sent home Scott Savol, the shaky singer from Shaker Heights, as it reached its final four on Wednesday.

Showtime Teams with Microsoft on Xbox Promotion (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Viacom (NYSE: VIAb) subsidiary Showtime Networks is teaming with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) on a marketing tie-in featuring the new Xbox video game console.

Jackson Trial: Cue the Defense (E! Online)
E! Online - Michael Jackson didn't own a cell phone. He referred to money as "French fries." He dressed as a clown so fans wouldn't recognize him.

Firefox Reaches 50 Million Downloads (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Open-source browser Firefox has topped the 50 million download mark, 171 days after its release.

QLogic Corp. Fourth-Quarter Earnings Leap (AP)
AP - QLogic Corp., a designer of switches, controllers, host bus adapters, and management software designed for storage area networks, said Wednesday its fourth-quarter earnings rose sharply, boosted by record revenue.

Savol Leaves 'Idol'; ABC Airs Expose (AP)
AP - Despite a tongue-in-cheek Internet campaign to keep him, "American Idol" voters sent home Scott Savol, the shaky singer from Shaker Heights, as it reached its final four on Wednesday.

Online Ad Spending Reaches Record High (AP)
AP - Online ad spending reached a record high last year, driven largely by growth in keyword ads that appear in results from online searches.

Gore to Get Lifetime Award for Internet (AP)
AP - Al Gore may have been lampooned for taking credit in the Internet's development, but organizers of the Webby Awards for online achievements don't find it funny at all.

Internet Cuts Need for Bike Messengers (AP)
AP - Bicycle messengers once crowded downtown traffic to deliver court papers, business documents and blueprints. Today, only one such company and one lone courier pump along on any given workday in Maine's biggest city.

Casino Buys Spears' Alleged Pregnancy Test (AP)
AP - Online casino Golden Palace has spilled $5,001 for Britney Spears' alleged home pregnancy test. "It's hard to put a price on Britney Spears' urine," Golden Palace spokesman Drew Black told The Associated Press Wednesday.

IAC/InterActiveCorp posts higher quarterly profit (Reuters)
Reuters - Web conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp on Wednesday posted a higher first-quarter profit as revenue from its international business, merchant hotels and Web sites boosted its overall travel business.

Time Warner profit jumps 25 pct on cable (Reuters)
Reuters - Time Warner Inc., the world's largest media company, on Wednesday posted a 25 percent jump in quarterly profit excluding one-time gains, boosted by advanced cable service subscribers and stronger advertising sales at America Online and cable network TNT.

Google Aims for Better News Searches (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) has filed a patent that could give the search service more effectiveness in refining its news searches. Rather than rank news items by their relevance, Google might begin sorting them according to the quality of the news source.

U.S. cities set up their own wireless networks (Reuters)
Reuters - A number of U.S. cities are becoming giant wireless "hot spots" where Internet users will be able to log on from the beach or a bus stop, a trend that is triggering a fierce backlash from telecom and cable giants.

Google Starts Tying Urchin to its Ad Services (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Google builds AdWords pay-per-click data into its recently acquired Web analytics service as it slashes Urchin's price.

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