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Microsoft, EU to face off in court over massive antitrust fine (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Microsoft and European Union regulators will square off in the EU's second highest court Monday over a fine of nearly half a billion euros that the bloc imposed on the software giant seven years ago(AFP/Hoang Dinh Nam)AFP - Microsoft and European Union regulators will square off in the EU's second highest court Monday over a fine of nearly half a billion euros that the bloc imposed on the software giant seven years ago.


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Microsoft Leader Hailed in Vietnam Visit (AP)
Vietnamese security guards hold back enthusiastic photographers and students upon the arrival at the Hanoi University of Technology of Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, right,  in Hanoi on Saturday April 22, 2006.  (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)AP - Thousands of cheering Vietnamese students welcomed Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on Saturday with a raucous adulation normally reserved for rock stars.


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Gates says tech can help make Vietnam a miracle economy (AFP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses a press conference in the Tam Son commune, nothern province of Bac Ninh. Gates has said information technology, including software development, could help Vietnam move into the league of Asian "miracle" economies within a decade.(AFP/Hoang Dinh Nam)AFP - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has said information technology, including software development, could help Vietnam move into the league of Asian "miracle" economies within a decade.


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Microsoft Names Ask.com CEO to Help Guide MSN, Windows Live (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Steve Berkowitz set to become senior vice president in charge of Microsoft's Online Business Group, replacing David Cole, who is taking a one-year leave of absence.

Young Vietnamese flock to Bill Gates (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates (front) smiles as he arrives at Hanoi University of Technology in Hanoi April 22, 2006. Gates is in Vietnam for a two-day visit. (Kham/Reuters)Reuters - Thousands of Vietnamese students climbed trees and pushed against barricades to give Microsoft founder Bill Gates a pop star's welcome in Hanoi on Saturday.


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Bill Gates mobbed by cheering Vietnamese students (AFP)
US Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses IT students at Hanoi polytechnic university.  Gates is on a 24-hour visit to Vietnam.(AFP/Hoang Dinh)AFP - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has received a rock star's welcome from cheering Vietnamese university students hungry to learn how information technology will transform their lives.


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Microsoft hires CEO of Ask.com to head Web unit (Reuters)
Reuters - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said on Friday it hired away Steve Berkowitz, the chief executive of rival Internet company Ask.com, to head Microsoft's own Internet business.

Linux Distributors Unite on Standard (AP)
AP - In a move to make the freely distributed Linux operating system a stronger alternative to Microsoft Corp.'s Windows, a group of major Linux distributors announced Friday they have united on a standard set of components for desktop versions of Linux.

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.  (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 to Defend Business Practices (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Microsoft and European Union regulators will square off in the EU's second highest court Monday over a fine of nearly half a billion euros that the bloc imposed on the software giant seven years ago(AFP/Hoang Dinh Nam)AP - Microsoft Corp. will fight next week for the way it conducts future business as it urges the European Union's second-highest court to overturn an antitrust ruling that ordered it to pay a record $613 million fine.


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'Dorkbot' Meetings Develop Cult Following (AP)
Douglas Repetto, director of Columbia University's Computer Music Center, speaks at a monthly meeting of 'Dorkbot,'  in New York, Wednesday, April 5, 2006. The brainchild of Repetto, Dorkbot is a loose forum for the exchange of creative technological ideas that is developing a cult following around the world. (AP Photo/Shiho Fukada )AP - About 200 people crammed into a sleek SoHo art gallery on a recent weekday night, sitting on chairs, on radiators and on the floor. Others jammed the entrance to catch a glimpse of the unusual presentation unfolding on a projection screen in front of them.


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Microsoft Leader Hailed in Vietnam Visit (AP)
Vietnamese security guards hold back enthusiastic photographers and students upon the arrival at the Hanoi University of Technology of Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, right,  in Hanoi on Saturday April 22, 2006.  (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)AP - Thousands of cheering Vietnamese students welcomed Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on Saturday with a raucous adulation normally reserved for rock stars.


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Broadcasters Focus on Challenge From Web (AP)
AP - Local television broadcasters, seeing their networks potentially bypassing them in the rush to offer shows and other content online, will meet this week to figure out how to hang onto viewers and dollars.

Iraqi Bloggers Weigh in on Changing Nation (AP)
AP - Zeyad is a 27-year-old dentist. He works for a government clinic with broken dental chairs and no anesthetics. At home, when gunfire rattles his neighborhood, Zeyad's family cowers in one room murmuring prayers while he types away on his computer.

Air Force One Subject of Internet Hoax (AP)
This Internet video image provided by Marc Echo Enterprises shows the words 'Still Free'  painted on what appears to be President Bush's jet. The plane, was a hoax, the pranksters responsible for the grainy, two-minute Web video _ a New York fashion company _ revealed Friday how they pulled it off: a rented 747 in San Bernardino, Calif. and painted to look almost exactly like Air Force One. (AP Photo/Marc Echo Enterprises)AP - A startling Internet video that shows someone spraying graffiti on President Bush's jet looked so authentic that the Air Force wasn't immediately certain whether the plane had been targeted.


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Microsoft Names Ask.com CEO to Help Guide MSN, Windows Live (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Steve Berkowitz set to become senior vice president in charge of Microsoft's Online Business Group, replacing David Cole, who is taking a one-year leave of absence.

Linux Distributors Unite on Standard (AP)
AP - In a move to make the freely distributed Linux operating system a stronger alternative to Microsoft Corp.'s Windows, a group of major Linux distributors announced Friday they have united on a standard set of components for desktop versions of Linux.

RadioShack 1Q Profit Plummets 85 Percent (AP)
The RadioShack Corp. headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas,  is seen Sunday, Feb. 12, 2006,  The company said Friday, April 21, 2006 that its first-quarter profit plummeted 85 percent on dissappointing sales of cellular phones and a write-down of the electronics retailer's assets and inventory. Its shares fell nearly 3 percent.  (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)AP - RadioShack Corp. said Friday its first-quarter profit plummeted 85 percent on disappointing sales of cellular phones and a write-down of the electronics retailer's assets and inventory. Its shares briefly sank to a 52-week low but rebounded later in the day.


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Linux Malware Doubled In '05; Macs May Be Next (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Malicious threats against the open-source Linux operating system doubled in 2005 over the previous year, but some say it's Mac users who should fear the future.

Microsoft, EU to face off in court over massive antitrust fine (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Microsoft and European Union regulators will square off in the EU's second highest court Monday over a fine of nearly half a billion euros that the bloc imposed on the software giant seven years ago(AFP/Hoang Dinh Nam)AFP - Microsoft and European Union regulators will square off in the EU's second highest court Monday over a fine of nearly half a billion euros that the bloc imposed on the software giant seven years ago.


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Broadcasters Focus on Challenge From Web (AP)
AP - Local television broadcasters, seeing their networks potentially bypassing them in the rush to offer shows and other content online, will meet this week to figure out how to hang onto viewers and dollars.

Air Force One Subject of Internet Hoax (AP)
This Internet video image provided by Marc Echo Enterprises shows the words 'Still Free'  painted on what appears to be President Bush's jet. The plane, was a hoax, the pranksters responsible for the grainy, two-minute Web video _ a New York fashion company _ revealed Friday how they pulled it off: a rented 747 in San Bernardino, Calif. and painted to look almost exactly like Air Force One. (AP Photo/Marc Echo Enterprises)AP - A startling Internet video that shows someone spraying graffiti on President Bush's jet looked so authentic that the Air Force wasn't immediately certain whether the plane had been targeted.


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Microsoft Names Ask.com CEO to Help Guide MSN, Windows Live (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Steve Berkowitz set to become senior vice president in charge of Microsoft's Online Business Group, replacing David Cole, who is taking a one-year leave of absence.

Microsoft hires CEO of Ask.com to head Web unit (Reuters)
Reuters - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said on Friday it hired away Steve Berkowitz, the chief executive of rival Internet company Ask.com, to head Microsoft's own Internet business.

Neil Young's protest album heads to Internet first (Reuters)
Neil Young poses at the 25th annual Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah January 24, 2006. Young's newly recorded protest album 'Living With War,' including a song calling for the impeachment of President Bush, will be posted for free Internet streaming next week, his label said on Friday. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Neil Young's newly recorded protest album "Living With War," including a song calling for the impeachment of President Bush, will be posted for free Internet streaming next week, his label said on Friday.


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More Doors opening with concert downloads (Reuters)
A fan holds an album by the seventies rock group The Doors in this Decmber 8, 2003 file photo. As part of the Doors' 40th-anniversary celebration, the band will soon make 12 concerts from 1967 to 1970 available for download from its Web site, TheDoors.com. (John Schuts/Reuters)Reuters - As part of the Doors' 40th-anniversary celebration, the band will soon make 12 concerts from 1967 to 1970 available for download from its Web site, TheDoors.com.


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Celebrity blogging goes wireless with BlogStar (Reuters)
Reuters - Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson are back together.

Microsoft Taps Ask.com Exec To Head MSN (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Steve Berkowitz was CEO of Ask.com, and formerly was an exec for the "Dummies" brand of IDG books, giving him an understanding of "both the offline and online publishing worlds," Microsoft said.

L.A. Times pulls columnist's blog over Web fake (Reuters)
An exterior view of the Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles is seen in this, March 13, 2000 file photo. The L.A.Times has suspended the blog of a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist who posed as an Internet reader to defend his column and attack his conservative foes. (Sam Mircovich/Reuters)Reuters - The Los Angeles Times has suspended the blog of a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist who posed as an Internet reader to defend his own column and attack his conservative foes.


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Attendees at Awards Bash Worried about Press Freedoms (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The role of the watchdog media, threats to press freedom, and the split between reading news online or in print were popular subjects as E&P chatted with guests, prize winners and presenters at the annual Overseas Press Club Awards winner Thursday night at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York.

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