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Top court seeks US view in Microsoft patent case (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign on March 27, 2006. The Supreme Court on Monday asked for the Bush Administration's views on a dispute over whether software maker Microsoft should be liable for damages overseas for infringing a software patent owned by AT and T Corp. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - The Supreme Court on Monday asked for the Bush Administration's views on a dispute over whether software maker Microsoft Corp. should be liable for damages overseas for infringing a software patent owned by AT&T Corp.


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Microsoft continues EU anti-trust battle (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft, Brad Smith (L), speaks to Per Hellstroem, a lawyer for the European Commission, in the Court of First Instance, the European Union's second-highest court, in Luxembourg April 24, 2006. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft faces questioning from judges on Tuesday about its contention that a landmark European Commission antitrust decision denied the software giant's right to compete and innovate.


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Microsoft to Unveil New Internet Explorer (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** A pedestrian passes by a sign at one of the entrances to Microsoft Corp.'s Redmond, Wash., campus Monday, April 12, 2004. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing a new test version of Internet Explorer, the market-leading Web browser that is facing competition from smaller players.


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Microsoft Ships IE 7 Beta 2, Final XP Version To Beat Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has stripped the "Preview" label from Internet Explorer Beta 2 and rolled out the first version of its new browser that the company will support with regular security updates.

Key Dates in EU Action Against Microsoft (AP)
AP - Key dates in the European Union's antitrust proceedings against Microsoft Corp.:

Microsoft Seeks to Overturn EU Ruling (AP)
A sign for Microsoft is shown General Counsel of Microsoft, Brad Smith, arrives at the Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, Monday April 24, 2006. Microsoft will fight for the way it conducts future business at a week of hearings, beginning Monday, as it urges the European Union's second highest court to overturn an antitrust ruling that ordered it to pay a record Euro 497 million (US$613 million) fine. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden  Wijngaert)AP - The European Commission forced the world's largest software maker to offer a product no one wanted and virtually no one bought, Microsoft Corp. told the EU's second highest court Monday as it began trying to overturn a landmark antitrust ruling against it.


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VMware: Next-Gen Virtual Platform Beats Microsoft's Carmine (TechWeb)
TechWeb - At EMC's Technology Summit, a VMware exec dismissed the threat of Microsoft's Carmine virtualization manager and touted a plethora of opportunities with VMWare's forthcoming ESX3, VirtualCenter2 and Backup Consolidator.

Yet Another Zero-day Smacks IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which was just patched with 10 fixes two weeks ago, suffers from yet another zero-day vulnerability that can be exploited remotely, Symantec says.

Microsoft, EU fire first shots in courtroom showdown (AFP)
Microsoft Corp. legal chief Brad Smith (L) waits in Luxembourg for the start of the US software giant's five-day trial at European Union's Court of First Instance. US software giant Microsoft has opened a new chapter in its seven-year anti-trust standoff with EU regulators, urging a top EU court to strike down a half-billion euro fine slapped on it by Brussels.(AFP/Jean-Christophe Verhaegen)AFP - US software giant Microsoft has opened a new chapter in its seven-year anti-trust standoff with EU regulators, urging a top EU court to strike down a half-billion euro fine slapped on it by Brussels.


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Microsoft Digs Its Teeth Into Entertainment (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. made several key announcements Monday at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2006 conference in Las Vegas, cementing its place in broadcast industry.

Microsoft to Unveil New Internet Explorer (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** A pedestrian passes by a sign at one of the entrances to Microsoft Corp.'s Redmond, Wash., campus Monday, April 12, 2004. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing a new test version of Internet Explorer, the market-leading Web browser that is facing competition from smaller players.


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Intel Shows Off Technology for Companies (AP)
Intel Corporation CEO Paul Otellini gestures while talking about Intel's new vPro technology during a product announcement in San Francisco Monday April 24, 2006. Intel Corporation unveiled a product designed to help businesses automate the upkeep of the large fleets of computers, one of several new offerings the world's biggest chipmaker hopes will allow it to regain market share. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - Chip-maker Intel Corp., trying to stave off further encroachment by rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc., showed off technology designed to help businesses automate the management of large fleets of personal computers.


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EBay Launches Online Store to Sell Items (AP)
AP - To attract more shoppers, online auctioneer eBay Inc. on Monday launched "eBay Express," an online store to sell new items ranging from cookware and books to electronics — all with no bidding involved.

Amazon.com Subsidiary to Sell TV DVDs (AP)
AP - Amazon.com Inc. said Monday that its subsidiary, CustomFlix Labs Inc., has signed deals with television networks including NBC Universal that could let them sell DVDs of television shows soon after they air.

Microsoft Seeks to Overturn EU Ruling (AP)
A sign for Microsoft is shown General Counsel of Microsoft, Brad Smith, arrives at the Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, Monday April 24, 2006. Microsoft will fight for the way it conducts future business at a week of hearings, beginning Monday, as it urges the European Union's second highest court to overturn an antitrust ruling that ordered it to pay a record Euro 497 million (US$613 million) fine. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden  Wijngaert)AP - The European Commission forced the world's largest software maker to offer a product no one wanted and virtually no one bought, Microsoft Corp. told the EU's second highest court Monday as it began trying to overturn a landmark antitrust ruling against it.


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CollabNet Makes Version Control A Hosted Application (TechWeb)
TechWeb - By offering Subversion on Demand as a hosted application, CollabNet allows a development team to be distributed around the world and still have access to the system over the Internet.

TV stations seek share of networks' new revenue (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. television networks and their local affiliates should share revenue from programming offered on new gadgets such as iPods, laptop computers or mobile phones, the head of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) said on Monday.

Hollywood unions in deal on cell phone TV shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Three Hollywood craft unions on Monday said they reached a landmark deal with Touchstone Television setting pay and working conditions for the making of mini-episodes of the hit ABC series "Lost" to be shown on mobile telephones.

JasperSoft Brings Open Source Platform To Business Intelligence (TechWeb)
TechWeb - JasperSoft unveils its open-source business intelligence architecture, and started shipping a new server for building customized reports for any department within a company.

Top court seeks US view in Microsoft patent case (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign on March 27, 2006. The Supreme Court on Monday asked for the Bush Administration's views on a dispute over whether software maker Microsoft should be liable for damages overseas for infringing a software patent owned by AT and T Corp. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - The Supreme Court on Monday asked for the Bush Administration's views on a dispute over whether software maker Microsoft Corp. should be liable for damages overseas for infringing a software patent owned by AT&T Corp.


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Microsoft to Unveil New Internet Explorer (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** A pedestrian passes by a sign at one of the entrances to Microsoft Corp.'s Redmond, Wash., campus Monday, April 12, 2004. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing a new test version of Internet Explorer, the market-leading Web browser that is facing competition from smaller players.


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CollabNet Makes Version Control A Hosted Application (TechWeb)
TechWeb - By offering Subversion on Demand as a hosted application, CollabNet allows a development team to be distributed around the world and still have access to the system over the Internet.

Microsoft Ships IE 7 Beta 2, Final XP Version To Beat Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has stripped the "Preview" label from Internet Explorer Beta 2 and rolled out the first version of its new browser that the company will support with regular security updates.

EBay Launches Online Store to Sell Items (AP)
AP - To attract more shoppers, online auctioneer eBay Inc. on Monday launched "eBay Express," an online store to sell new items ranging from cookware and books to electronics — all with no bidding involved.

Google's Growth Outpaces Rivals (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Americans submitted 6.4 billion keyword queries online in March, up 15% from the previous year.

eBay Previews New eBay Express (PC World)
PC World - Less complicated site is designed to compete with Amazon's easy shopping experience.

Hotlines: Omnicom, Intel Near Deal For Exclusive Access to Viiv (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - NEW YORK Omnicom Group is close to striking an arrangement with Intel that would allow its clients what is believed to be exclusive access to the chipmaker's Viiv technology platform, which aims to make it possible for broadband video to move from the computer to TV and other devices, sources said.

Viacom to buy Xfire, online games tech company (Reuters)
Reuters - Viacom Inc. on Monday said it will buy Xfire, an online games technology company, for $102 million in a bid to dominate the youth market on the Internet as it has on television.

EBay Launches Express, New Instant-Buying Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The site went public over the weekend and features 10 million items for sale initially; it's trying to woo buyers who want to buy something immediately rather than bidding and waiting.

Click Fraud Less Than Expected, Monitoring Firm Says (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Click fraud that inflates the cost of online advertising reportedly occurs at a rate that's lower that expected among advertisers.

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