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Microsoft sued over Excel data-linking technology (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. illegally took technology used to link spreadsheet data between two of its programs from a Guatemalan inventor, lawyers said during opening statements at a jury trial that started on Tuesday.

Microsoft Upgrades Windows-Based Hosting (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday unveiled an upgrade of its Windows-based Hosting product, which the company says can lower operational costs for service providers through improved site density and better management capabilities.

Cuba to switch computers to Linux, dumping Windows (AFP)
AFP - Cuba will gradually switch to the open-source Linux operating system for its state computers, eliminating its exclusive use of Microsoft Windows, the government daily Juventud Rebelde reported.

Activision's 360 Degrees of Fun (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Activision (Nasdaq: ATVI - News), like all software publishers, doesn't like to waste time. Right on the heels of the MTV promotion that showcased Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) Xbox 360, the company issued a couple of press releases dedicating allegiance to Bill Gates and his technological gaming juggernaut (at least, Mr. Softy hopes it will be a juggernaut when it is released).

Mountain Dew, Microsoft to give away Xboxes (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and PepsiCo Inc. will give away an Xbox 360 video game console every 10 minutes for nine weeks, starting in August, the companies said on Tuesday.

Microsoft's Microsearch (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - I feel I've said a few too many times that desktop search launches in general have become old hat, yawn-worthy, as dull as lunching on leftovers from dinner the night before.... For the last day or so, it's been all over the wires that Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) has taken its version of desktop search out of beta. It's a big news headline, which implies perhaps some comment should be made, although the fanfare surrounding both beta and officially launched versions of products seem a bit redundant these days, to say the least.

Correction: Microsoft-Desktop-Search Story (AP)
AP - In a May 15 story about Microsoft Corp.'s launch of the final version of its desktop search software, The Associated Press misspelled the first name of an MSN vice president. His name is Yusuf Mehdi, not Yusef.

Sprint, Microsoft Join on MapPoint Location Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and Sprint (NYSE: FON) have partnered up on integrating Microsoft's MapPoint Location Server (MLS) with Sprint's new Business Mobility Framework (BMF).

Microsoft Delivers Desktop Search (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) today put its desktop search engine into high gear, delivering a set of tools that lets users quickly locate documents, photos, music, e-mail messages and just about anything else stored on their PCs.

New Xbox 360 to run old games - Microsoft (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday its new Xbox 360 will run video games developed for the earlier generation of its gaming machine, an enticement for owners of older Xbox versions to purchase new hardware.

Nintendo Joins Battle of New Game Systems (AP)
AP - Let the battle for the digital den begin — again. Nintendo Co. on Tuesday was the last of the three major video game console makers to preview its next-generation system, called Revolution. The Japanese company had a tiny surprise, too.

Intel to Launch Desktop PC Platform (AP)
AP - Trying to duplicate the success of its Centrino technology for mobile computers, Intel Corp. said Wednesday it will launch a desktop PC platform later this month geared specifically for businesses.

Mobile Phones Can Now Receive Amber Alerts (AP)
AP - The Amber Alert system used by police to let the public know when a child is missing is being expanded to mobile phones.

Studios Release Movies for Portable Device (AP)
AP - Universal Studios has become the latest studio to release movies specifically for the Sony PlayStation Portable, a handheld game device that also plays movies in a special format.

Times: No Plans to Further Charge for Web (AP)
AP - The New York Times Co.'s decision to charge for online access to Op-Ed and news columnists should not be seen as a first step toward placing even more articles behind a subscription wall, a Times executive said Tuesday.

Jewish group assails Palestinians over Web tract (Reuters)
Reuters - An American Jewish group on Wednesday demanded that the Palestinian Authority remove from an official Web site a 19th century anti-Semitic forgery purporting to detail a Jewish plot for world domination.

Game Expo-Christian video games -- a nascent boom? (Reuters)
Reuters - Will the spiritual and gaming worlds transcend their realms?

Cellphone technology to track dolphins (Reuters)
Reuters - Flipper is going wireless.

Cuba to switch computers to Linux, dumping Windows (AFP)
AFP - Cuba will gradually switch to the open-source Linux operating system for its state computers, eliminating its exclusive use of Microsoft Windows, the government daily Juventud Rebelde reported.

Two-thirds of software seen pirated in 5 yrs-study (Reuters)
Reuters - Two-thirds of software used in computers globally could be pirated in five years' time compared with about one-third currently as Internet usage widens, a study showed on Wednesday.

Jewish group assails Palestinians over Web tract (Reuters)
Reuters - An American Jewish group on Wednesday demanded that the Palestinian Authority remove from an official Web site a 19th century anti-Semitic forgery purporting to detail a Jewish plot for world domination.

Google releases desktop search for businesses (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. late on Tuesday released a desktop search product for businesses with the aim of helping workers more quickly find information on the Web, in their computer hard drives and e-mail inboxes, as well as on corporate intranets.

Two-thirds of software seen pirated in 5 yrs-study (Reuters)
Reuters - Two-thirds of software used in computers globally could be pirated in five years' time compared with about one-third currently as Internet usage widens, a study showed on Wednesday.

China introduces new rules to rein in rampant online copyright piracy (AFP)
AFP - New regulations will take effect in China this month that for the first time will make it possible to punish rampant violations of intellectual property rights on the Internet.

Business People Like 'NYT' Plan to Charge on Web; Bloggers Don't (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Reaction to yesterday's news that The New York Times will begin charging for online access to Op-Ed columns and other material seems to depend on whether the commentator is a business analyst or a political one.

FCC set to require 911 dialing for Internet phones (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet telephone providers will soon have to offer full emergency 911 calling services under an order U.S. regulators are expected to adopt Thursday in response to incidents of customers having trouble getting help.

Xbox 360 faceplates start trading on eBay (Reuters)
Reuters - Limited edition faceplates for Microsoft Corp.'s yet-to-be released Xbox 360 gaming console began appearing on online marketplace eBay Inc. on Tuesday, hours after the software giant hosted a major launch party for its new gaming console.

Makers of drug-test fakes silent before U.S. panel (Reuters)
Reuters - Marketers of detoxifying drinks, prosthetic penises and other products to thwart drug tests refused to answer questions on Tuesday from U.S. lawmakers threatening legislation to crack down on an industry that investigators said is booming on the Internet.

Reverse auction feature a hit, eBay says (Reuters)
Reuters - An online auction format that puts sellers into competition for individual buyers has attracted a quarter-million postings on eBay since its introduction in December, the Web marketplace said on Tuesday.

Correction: Internet-To-TV-Glance Story (AP)
AP - In a May 15 glance accompanying a story about the emerging market for over-the-Internet video delivery, The Associated Press erroneously described two companies, Orb Networks Inc. and Sling Media. Orb Networks is a provider of software that allows access to video, music and photos from any Web-connected device. Sling Media offers a box that routes the TV signal from a cable box or video recorder into any Internet-connected portable device.

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