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Microsoft Severs Ties With Lobbyist Reed (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday it has severed ties with Ralph Reed, a conservative Republican lobbyist who once headed the Christian Coalition and is now running for lieutenant governor of Georgia.

How To Nix Netscape 8 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In order to flush Netscape 8 from your PC and restore XML rendering to Internet Explorer, Microsoft has recommended this work-around.

Netscape 8 Breaks IE, Microsoft Says Uninstall Rival (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Microsoft developer on the Internet Explorer team said that a bug in rival browser Netscape means users should uninstall the competitor. Netscape says Microsoft is overreacting.

Microsoft Says IE 7's Tabs Just "Catch-up" (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft on Thursday divulged a few more details about its upcoming Internet Explorer 7, and admitted that its implementation of tabs will be just "catch-up" to rivals such as Firefox and Opera.

Microsoft Launches Chinese Portal (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As part of a larger effort to conquer Asia, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has launched MSN China, a Web portal that has Chinese-language content.

Windows computer servers tie with Unix in revenue (Reuters)
Reuters - The worldwide computer server market grew 5.3 percent to $12.1 billion in the first quarter, with revenue for servers running the Microsoft Corp Windows operating system equalling that of Unix servers for the first time, market research firm IDC said on Friday.

Microsoft Targets The VoIP Market: Analyst (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Info-Tech Research says Microsoft is in the process of tying all of its multimedia technologies together in a strategy to dominate the VoIP market.

Microsoft: New Netscape Breaks IE (PC World)
PC World - Netscape 8 disables the XML rendering capabilities of Internet Explorer, software giant says.

Microsoft Offers ISPs Spam-Fighting Tools (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches a website and an analytical service to help Internet service providers in their spam-reduction efforts.

Microsoft Puts Spam-Fighting Tools in Hands of ISPs, Users (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The MSN Hotmail purveyor is attacking domain spoofing and spam filtering from a number of angles, including Sender ID authentication and e-mail traffic reporting.

Ill. Lawmakers Seek Video Game Sales Ban (AP)
AP - Lawmakers voted Saturday to ban the sale of violent or sexually explicit video games to minors in Illinois, a move other states and cities have tried but federal courts have repeatedly struck down.

Cell Phone Ring Becomes Hit U.K. Single (AP)
AP - A cell phone ring tone appeared set to top the British singles chart Sunday, outselling the new single by the band Coldplay by nearly four to one, a music retailer said.

Cambodia's Ex-King Delights in Blogging (AP)
AP - "I thank you for insulting me." Thus blogged former King Norodom Sihanouk to a critic of his support of gay marriage. He didn't share any of the insulting e-mails with his readers, but noted: "My country, Cambodia, has chosen to be a liberal democracy since 1993. Every Cambodian ... including the King has the right to express freely their view."

Intel Launches Dual-Core Chips for PCs (AP)
AP - Intel Corp. unveiled its first mainstream home PC microprocessor with two computing engines on a single chip Thursday and vowed to sell millions of them by the end of the year.

Woman Sues Yahoo Over Nude Photos (AP)
AP - A woman sued Yahoo Inc. for $3 million, alleging the Internet site failed to fulfill a promise to remove nude pictures of her from the Web.

China in drive to register all Internet sites, portal says (AFP)
AFP - Chinese-run websites have until the end of May to register their sites or face being shut down as part of a new government campaign to police the Internet, a leading portal announced.

Lawyers, others questions radio TIVO-like devices (Reuters)
Reuters - It's like Tivo for radio, but is it legal?

Cell phones on planes worry US law enforcement (Reuters)
Reuters - Allowing airline passengers to use personal cell phones during flights could help potential hijackers coordinate an attack or trigger a bomb smuggled on board, U.S. security officials have told regulators.

Mozilla Readies Alpha Release of Firefox Upgrade (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Mozilla Foundation plans to release in alpha early next week the next upgrade of the Firefox browser.

Click Commerce Acquires Business Intelligence Company Xelus (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Click Commerce has acquired Xelus Inc., which sells software that helps companies optimize service parts inventories and distribution.

Cambodia's Ex-King Delights in Blogging (AP)
AP - "I thank you for insulting me." Thus blogged former King Norodom Sihanouk to a critic of his support of gay marriage. He didn't share any of the insulting e-mails with his readers, but noted: "My country, Cambodia, has chosen to be a liberal democracy since 1993. Every Cambodian ... including the King has the right to express freely their view."

China in drive to register all Internet sites, portal says (AFP)
AFP - Chinese-run websites have until the end of May to register their sites or face being shut down as part of a new government campaign to police the Internet, a leading portal announced.

King Sihanouk at a Glance (AP)
AP - NAME — Norodom Sihanouk

Sultry intern back for more Washington scandal (AFP)
AFP - Jessica Cutler, the mailgirl who set Washington abuzz with a steamy online sex diary, is between the covers again -- with a thinly veiled novel based on her romps through the corridors of power.

White House Wants Search Limits Overturned (AP)
AP - The Bush administration asked a federal appeals court Friday to restore its ability to compel Internet service providers to turn over information about their customers or subscribers as part of its fight against terrorism.

How To Nix Netscape 8 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In order to flush Netscape 8 from your PC and restore XML rendering to Internet Explorer, Microsoft has recommended this work-around.

Netscape 8 Breaks IE, Microsoft Says Uninstall Rival (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Microsoft developer on the Internet Explorer team said that a bug in rival browser Netscape means users should uninstall the competitor. Netscape says Microsoft is overreacting.

Microsoft Says IE 7's Tabs Just "Catch-up" (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft on Thursday divulged a few more details about its upcoming Internet Explorer 7, and admitted that its implementation of tabs will be just "catch-up" to rivals such as Firefox and Opera.

How Will Advertisers Fare In Fight Against Spyware? (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The spread of spyware presents Web advertisers with a unique set of challenges, threatening everything from legal action to less reliable Internet tracking to a loss of consumer trust.

Internet radio is gaining, but problems remain (Reuters)
Reuters - Like a sleeping giant, Internet radio is quietly attracting more and more listeners and advertising dollars, leading some experts to predict that some day soon it will eclipse the popularity of satellite radio and iPods.

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