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Microsoft's legal fight in Europe seen as Vista threat (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg in this September 30, 2004 file photo. Microsoft and its critics agree that the future of innovation is at stake when the U.S. software giant challenges a landmark 2004 antitrust ruling next week before the European Union's second highest court. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust battle in Europe threatens to snarl the release of the next version of Windows and has turned into a big distraction for executives that could spur more lawsuits, analysts and investors say.


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Microsoft's Gates confident over Xbox 360, HD DVD (AFP)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, seen here, has expressed confidence in the success of the software giant's new Xbox game console as well as high-definition HD DVD technology(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Microsoft founder Bill Gates has expressed confidence in the success of the software giant's new Xbox game console as well as high-definition HD DVD technology.


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Gates to Give Japanese Groups Technology (AP)
Microsoft  Corp. Chairman Bill Gates gestures  during a press conference in Tokyo, Friday, April 21, 2006.  Bill Gates reaffirmed the U.S. software company's commitment to the Japanese market Friday, as he kicked off a campaign here to give free technology help to nonprofit organizations.   Microsoft  Japan President Darren Huston is seen at right.   (AP Photo / Katsumi Kasahara)AP - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates reaffirmed the U.S. software company's commitment to the Japanese market Friday as he kicked off a campaign here to offer some free technology help to nonprofit organizations.


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Microsoft, EU regulators in courtroom showdown next week (AFP)
The entrance to one of the building on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington. US software giant Microsoft takes its long-standing battle with European regulators to the EU's second-highest court next week, hoping to get fines of nearly a half a billion euros annulled.(AFP/File/Dan Levine)AFP - US software giant Microsoft takes its long-standing battle with European regulators to the EU's second-highest court next week, hoping to get fines of nearly a half a billion euros annulled.


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Bill Gates makes cryptic remark on Internet rights to China's Hu (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates(L), seen here on 18 April 2006, made a cryptic remark about Internet freedom at a luncheon with Chinese President Hu Jintao, underscoring the sensitivity of the issue(AFP/File/Andy Clark)AFP - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates made a cryptic remark about Internet freedom at a luncheon with Chinese President Hu Jintao, underscoring the sensitivity of the issue.


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Court rules Microsoft, Autodesk must pay $133 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - A Michigan man on Wednesday was awarded $133 million by a Texas jury in a patent dispute against Microsoft Corp. and Autodesk Inc. , a spokeswoman for Microsoft said.

Microsoft, Autodesk Lose in Patent Suit (AP)
AP - A federal jury in East Texas returned a $133 million verdict against Microsoft Corp. and Autodesk Inc. for infringing on two software patents owned by a Michigan technology company.

Microsoft, IBM seek to entice beginning developers (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - In separate initiatives, Microsoft will make its Express developer tools for beginners free permanently while IBM is seeking to boost computer science skills among high school students.

Microsoft wows Chinese president with "Home of the Future" (AFP)
Chinese President Hu Jintao(L) jokes with Microsoft chairman Bill Gates(R) and CEO Steve Ballmer during a visit to Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington. The world's software leader Microsoft impressed Hu with a tour of its most advanced technological innovations, including the "Home of the Future."(AFP/POOL/Andy Clark)AFP - The world's software leader Microsoft impressed China's president Hu Jintao with a tour of its most advanced technological innovations, including the "Home of the Future."


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Minnesota Standards Bill Could Affect Microsoft Word, Adobe (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Legislation calling for open data formats is gathering support in Minnesota.

HP recalls 15,700 notebook computer batteries (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** Hewlett-Packard Company headquarters, Palo Alto, Calif. (AP)Reuters - Hewlett-Packard Co. is recalling about 15,700 HP and Compaq notebook computer batteries worldwide for a burn and fire hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday.


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Microsoft's legal fight in Europe seen as Vista threat (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg in this September 30, 2004 file photo. Microsoft and its critics agree that the future of innovation is at stake when the U.S. software giant challenges a landmark 2004 antitrust ruling next week before the European Union's second highest court. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust battle in Europe threatens to snarl the release of the next version of Windows and has turned into a big distraction for executives that could spur more lawsuits, analysts and investors say.


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Sony cuts US PlayStation 2 price by 13 pct (Reuters)
Sony's PlayStation 2 consoles are seen in Tokyo, September 21, 2004. Sony Corp. on Thursday said it cut the U.S. price of its popular PlayStation 2 video game console by about 13 percent, saying the discount should help fuel demand. (Issei Kato/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) on Thursday said it cut the U.S. price of its popular PlayStation 2 video game console by about 13 percent, saying the discount should help fuel demand.


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Apple iPod prices to decline: CFO (Reuters)
An iPod is displayed at the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile November 25, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. expects the average selling price of its iPod digital music players to decline in the current quarter from the prior period, the company's CFO said on Wednesday. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. expects the average selling price of its iPod digital music players to decline in the current quarter from the prior period, the company's CFO said on Wednesday.


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Online Ad Revenues Grow for 3rd Yr. in Row (AP)
AP - U.S. online advertising revenues grew for a third consecutive year as keyword ads targeted to specific search queries continued to dominate, an industry group said Thursday.

Attorney General Describes Online Kid Porn (AP)
Then-Attorney general nominee Alberto Gonzales testifies during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill, in this Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005 file photo. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)AP - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales used strikingly graphic language Thursday to focus attention on online child pornography and said Internet services companies are not doing enough to combat the problem.


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Microsoft's Gates confident over Xbox 360, HD DVD (AFP)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, seen here, has expressed confidence in the success of the software giant's new Xbox game console as well as high-definition HD DVD technology(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Microsoft founder Bill Gates has expressed confidence in the success of the software giant's new Xbox game console as well as high-definition HD DVD technology.


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Alltel to Allow Free Calls to 10 Numbers (AP)
AP - Alltel Corp. will allow its wireless customers to make free, unlimited calls to 10 telephone numbers of their choice, even those belonging to other wireless providers.

Apple's Boot Camp Tweaked To Support Linux (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The folks who first brought Mac and Windows together have now added Linux to the recipe, offering a detailed guide on how to use Apple's Boot Camp software to run all three operating systems on an Intel-based Mac.

Gates to Give Japanese Groups Technology (AP)
Microsoft  Corp. Chairman Bill Gates gestures  during a press conference in Tokyo, Friday, April 21, 2006.  Bill Gates reaffirmed the U.S. software company's commitment to the Japanese market Friday, as he kicked off a campaign here to give free technology help to nonprofit organizations.   Microsoft  Japan President Darren Huston is seen at right.   (AP Photo / Katsumi Kasahara)AP - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates reaffirmed the U.S. software company's commitment to the Japanese market Friday as he kicked off a campaign here to offer some free technology help to nonprofit organizations.


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Attorney General Describes Online Kid Porn (AP)
Then-Attorney general nominee Alberto Gonzales testifies during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill, in this Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005 file photo. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)AP - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales used strikingly graphic language Thursday to focus attention on online child pornography and said Internet services companies are not doing enough to combat the problem.


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Sites Goes Online to Tell Smaller Stories (AP)
In an undated handout image released by Yahoo!, Kevin Sites uses a digital video camera and tripod to record a television-style standup from inside a bombed-out building in Grozny, Chechnya March 2, 2006.  Former television journalist Sites is mindful that his online dispatches from the world's war zones won't attract anywhere near the audience he's used to getting on the evening news. (AP Photo/Yahoo!)AP - Former television journalist Kevin Sites is mindful that his online dispatches from the world's war zones won't attract anywhere near the audience he's used to getting on the evening news. But that's just fine, he said.


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Google declines to rule out wireless airwave bid (Reuters)
An employee rides toward the entrance to Google headquarters in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. Google Inc. on Thursday opened the door to the possibility that it could bid on U.S. licenses for wireless radio spectrum in order to offer Internet access services, but said no plans were imminent. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. on Thursday opened the door to the possibility that it could bid on U.S. licenses for wireless radio spectrum in order to offer Internet access services, but said no plans were imminent.


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Google Tests New Results Page (PC World)
PC World - Technology would significantly increase the amount of Web site information available.

Arkansas judge OKs Google settlement (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California in this 2004. An Arkansas judge approved on Thursday a preliminary settlement worth up to $90 million between Google Inc. and advertisers who claimed the world's leading web search provider overcharged them for their ads. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - An Arkansas judge on Thursday approved a preliminary settlement worth up to $90 million between Google Inc. and advertisers who claimed the world's leading Web search provider overcharged them for their ads.


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Activists Draw Attention to China's Internet Censorship (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Activists, stirred up by Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to the White House, have vowed to disrupt the congenial atmosphere by hurling stinging criticisms at China's human-rights record and Internet-censorship practices.

Online Ad Revenues Grow for 3rd Yr. in Row (AP)
AP - U.S. online advertising revenues grew for a third consecutive year as keyword ads targeted to specific search queries continued to dominate, an industry group said Thursday.

Pop artist Prince and games boost Vivendi Q1 sales (Reuters)
Singer Prince arrives at the Maxim and Bloomingdale party to celebrate the November issue of Maxim magazine in Hollywood on October 19, 2005. French media group Vivendi on Thursday posted a forecast-beating 5.7 percent rise in first-quarter sales, invigorated by strong performances by music artists such as Prince. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Vivendi on Thursday posted a forecast-beating 5.7 percent rise in first-quarter sales, invigorated by strong performances by music artists such as Prince and online role-playing game World of Warcraft.


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Bill Gates makes cryptic remark on Internet rights to China's Hu (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates(L), seen here on 18 April 2006, made a cryptic remark about Internet freedom at a luncheon with Chinese President Hu Jintao, underscoring the sensitivity of the issue(AFP/File/Andy Clark)AFP - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates made a cryptic remark about Internet freedom at a luncheon with Chinese President Hu Jintao, underscoring the sensitivity of the issue.


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Yahoo Rolls Out New Web-Mail Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Yahoo has rolled out a new Web-based mail service that the company hopes will provide a richer and more dynamic experience for e-mail users. Yahoo launched the new beta version on Wednesday in partnership with AT&T.

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