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Google stepping beyond search (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Google is moving beyond traditional Internet search into a pair of new services that put it more directly in competition with Microsoft and Yahoo.

Microsoft makes case to Korean authorities (MacCentral)
MacCentral - South Korea’s government antitrust body heard from Microsoft Corp. officials at a hearing Tuesday regarding complaints that the company’s Windows software violated competition rules.

TextMaker Offers Microsoft Word Alternative (PC World)
PC World - SoftMaker's upgraded word processing app is now available in a beta version.

Microsoft makes antitrust case to Korean authorities (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - South Korea's government antitrust body heard from Microsoft officials at a hearing Tuesday regarding complaints that the company's Windows software violated competition rules.

South Korea likely to decide Microsoft case in Sept (Reuters)
Reuters - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Tuesday a final decision on allegations that Microsoft Corp. unfairly used its dominant position to shut out rivals is likely to be made as early as late next month.

New Oracle Collaboration Suite Takes Aim At Microsoft SharePoint (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The software includes content management for beginning and advanced users, instant messaging, and is designed to be enterprise-scalable. SharePoint is designed for workgroups, and has scalability problems.

Microsoft Calms IE Bug Worries (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft continues to downplay the potential impact of a "zero-day" vulnerability in Internet Explorer, now by stressing the limited number of applications which use the flawed component.

Google offers customized Web pages in challenge to Yahoo, Microsoft (AFP)
Internet search giant Google took a step toward directly confronting rivals Yahoo and Microsoft with a new program giving users customized Web pages in a desktop window(Google )AFP - Internet search giant Google took a step toward directly confronting rivals Yahoo and Microsoft with a new program giving users customized Web pages in a desktop window.


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Microsoft Hopes to Go Postal (PC World)
PC World - Software giant's RFID system allows both the sender and receiver to track the exact location of a package.

Microsoft and Artemis settle trademark lawsuit (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has reached a confidential settlement in a trademark infringement case brought against it by biometrics company Artemis Solutions Group, Microsoft announced late Friday.

Google to Launch Messaging, Voice Service (AP)
AP - Further expanding beyond its roots in Internet search, Google Inc. plans to launch a long-rumored program Wednesday that provides both text instant messaging and computer-to-computer voice chat.

Report: Toshiba Quits DVD Talks With Sony (AP)
In a file photo a model displays a Sony 50 Gigabyte blu-ray dvd at the booth of the Japanese electronic company at the world's largest computer fair CeBIT in Hanover on Wednesday March 9, 2005.  The possibility that consumers will have to choose from two competing DVD formats next year is growing now that negotiations have broken down between the groups behind the different standards.  Japanese electronics giant Sony Corp., which supports a format known as Blu-ray, and a bloc led by Toshiba Corp., which backs the rival HD DVD system, began discussions this year to see whether they could agree on a unified format.  (AP Photo/ Jan Bauer)AP - The possibility that consumers will have to choose from two competing DVD formats next year is growing now that negotiations have broken down between the groups behind the different standards.


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Intel Details New Microprocessors (AP)
Intel will roll out tiny, energy-frugal processors that will breed a new generation of powerful palm-top electronics, Paul Otellini, president and chief executive officer of Intel Corporation announced.(AFP/File/Jung Yeon-Je)AP - Intel Corp. showed off three microprocessors Tuesday based on a next-generation technology that tries to maximize performance and power efficiency while minimizing electricity bills.


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Japan to Resume Supersonic Jet Test (AP)
In this undated handout artist's rendition released by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in Tokyo, a supersonic aircraft, piggybacked on a rocket, flies in the sky. The Japan's space agency plans to launch the arrow-shaped airplane at twice the speed of sound high over the Australian outback as early as September, 2005 in a crucial test of the country's push to develop a supersonic successor to the retired Concorde. The test follows a three-year hiatus since the first experimental flight of the unmanned aircraft, dubbed the next-generation supersonic transport, prematurely separated from its booster rocket and crashed into the desert. JAXA aims to develop a plane that can carry 300 passengers at Mach 2, making the run from Tokyo to Los Angeles in about four hours. (AP Photo/Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, HO)AP - Japan's space agency plans to launch an arrow-shaped airplane at twice the speed of sound high over the Australian outback as early as next month in a crucial test of the country's push to develop a supersonic successor to the retired Concorde.


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Yahoo, Verizon Launch Internet Service (AP)
Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. Internet search giant Yahoo is claiming to be king of the information hill, shoving aside rival Google when it comes to enabling people to find things online.(AFP/File/Brian McGuiness)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. and Yahoo Inc. have teamed up to launch a cheaper high-speed Internet service designed to compete against cable operators and dial-up service providers.


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Library of Congress Marks Women Voting (AP)
AP - To celebrate the 85th anniversary of women's right to vote, the Library of Congress Web site has posted 448 photos of the suffrage movement, some going back 130 years.

Apple to buy 40% of Samsung's flash chips-analyst (Reuters)
Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. plans to buy as much as 40 percent of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.'s flash memory output in the second half for its new flash-based iPod Mini MP3 player, research firm iSuppli Corp. said on Wednesday, quoting unidentified industry sources.

Glu Mobile gets $7.5 mln off Time Warner (Reuters)
Reuters - Glu Mobile said on Tuesday media conglomerate Time Warner Inc. had made a $7.5 million investment in the privately held mobile gaming company.

Novell tools link Linux, Windows systems (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Novell on Monday announced that an upgrade of its ZENworks software will ship on Friday with complete life-cycle management capabilities for Linux systems and support for managing Windows PCs from servers running Linux.

Webroot Updates Enterprise-Class Antispyware Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Webroot Software on Monday announced the release of Spy Sweeper Enterprise 2.5, a corporate software product designed to detect, manage and remove spyware. The update includes a new engine to accelerate the time it takes to run a system sweep and also includes a new intrusion shield designed to harden corporate networks against malware.

Library of Congress Marks Women Voting (AP)
AP - To celebrate the 85th anniversary of women's right to vote, the Library of Congress Web site has posted 448 photos of the suffrage movement, some going back 130 years.

Google to Launch Messaging, Voice Service (AP)
AP - Further expanding beyond its roots in Internet search, Google Inc. plans to launch a long-rumored program Wednesday that provides both text instant messaging and computer-to-computer voice chat.

Late to the party, Google offers voice messaging (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. is set to offer on Wednesday its own instant message and Web-based phone calling system, joining a crowded field of established rivals in a nearly decade-old computer communications craze.

Internet opens gates for farmers from anywhere (Reuters)
Reuters - Australian farmers could soon be able to save time and money by using the Internet to open and close gates on their properties from anywhere in the world.

Google plans instant-messaging system - report (Reuters)
Google Inc. is set to introduce its own instant messaging system, the Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday, marking the expansion by the Web search leader into text and also voice communications.The logo of Google Inc. is seen outside their headquarters building in Mountain View, California in the August 18, 2004 file photo. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. is set to introduce its own instant messaging system, the Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday, marking the expansion by the Web search leader into not just text but also voice communications.


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Yahoo, Verizon Launch Internet Service (AP)
Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. Internet search giant Yahoo is claiming to be king of the information hill, shoving aside rival Google when it comes to enabling people to find things online.(AFP/File/Brian McGuiness)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. and Yahoo Inc. have teamed up to launch a cheaper high-speed Internet service designed to compete against cable operators and dial-up service providers.


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Agencies Map Out New Creative Avenues Online (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Thanks to the rise of open-source computer programming, Internet users with minimal programming experience can build on top of Web applications, such as constructing their own innovative and powerful maps. Now, interactive agencies want to use the same emerging creative tools to build their brands online.

Jeep First To Use DirecTV Service (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Chrysler's Jeep division will try something new this fall when it launches the Jeep Commander SUV in October. Besides advertising on network TV, Internet and other traditional media, Jeep will be the first auto advertiser on a new service from DirecTV. The interactive service lets Chrysler measure click-throughs and time spent viewing ad content, as it might gauge traffic to an Internet Web site. Ad links reside on the DirectTV home page. BBDO in Detroit handles the account.

Ask Jeeves Mulls 2 Shops For $30 Million-Plus Work (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - NEW YORK Web portal Ask Jeeves is mulling two finalists in its search for a shop to handle creative duties for a $30 million-plus relaunch of the brand: the incumbent, Omnicom's TBWA/Chiat/Day in San Francisco, and independent Hanft Unlimited in New York, sources said.

Nortel chief: U.S. needs new broadband vision (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The U.S. government lacks a broad vision for broadband and wireless technologies and is losing ground as countries like South Korea and India push new technologies from the highest level of government, the chief executive of Nortel Networks said Tuesday.

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