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Microsoft's new front in challenge to antitrust ruling (Reuters)
President of the Court of First Instance Bo Vesterdorf (C), judge John D. Cooke (L) and President of the Chamber Marc Jaeger sit in the Court of First Instance, the European Union's second-highest court in Luxembourg April 24, 2006. The court is holding a five-day hearing of the case involving Microsoft and the European Commission. A special 13-judge court opened a high-stakes hearing on Monday to decide if it should curtail the European Commission's role as an antitrust watchdog or endorse forcing software giant Microsoft to change its business practices. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft opens a second front in its challenge to a landmark European Commission antitrust decision on Wednesday.


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EU Warns Microsoft Will Stifle Innovation (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer delivers a speech at the second summit for Security on the Internet organized by the initiative 'Deutschland sicher im Netz' (Germany safe on the net) in Berlin on Tuesday, April 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)AP - Microsoft ended a rival's reign as the leading PC media-player maker by bundling its own program with Windows — and could do the same to others if its appeal of a landmark antitrust ruling is granted, the European Commission said Tuesday.


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Microsoft Makes Using Pirated Office Software More Difficult (PC World)
PC World - Software giant starts Microsoft Office pilot verification program.

Microsoft Rolls Out Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The latest test version of Microsoft's new Web browser, Internet Explorer 7, is now available for download. The browser, now officially in Beta 2, has been tweaked to make it more stable. In addition, Redmond has created a new Web site that lists the plug-ins now available for those who want to experiment with additional browsing capabilities.

Judges put EU on spot in Microsoft anti-trust trial (AFP)
Microsoft's legal chief Brad Smith leaves European Court in Luxembourg. The EU's competition watchdog was thrown on the defensive as top EU judges sought to determine if Brussels was wrong to fine US software giant Microsoft half a billion euros two years ago.(AFP/Jean-Christophe Verhaegen)AFP - The EU's competition watchdog was thrown on the defensive as top EU judges sought to determine if Brussels was wrong to fine US software giant Microsoft half a billion euros two years ago.


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Microsoft Shares Updated Windows Mobile Timeline (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft is talking ship-date targets and feature plans for 'Crossbow' and 'Photon,' the next two versions of the Windows Mobile operating system

Muglia Opens Kimono on New Management Wares (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft is working to expand its Systems Center management umbrella with a new Systems Center Service Desk offering intended to streamline IT service management for Windows environments.

Can the Windows Live Team Reverse the Microsoft Brain Drain? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - While Microsoft has done little to tout the fact, the Windows Live team is scooping up big-name developers with Google, Amazon, AOL, BEA, and Technorati pedigrees.

Supreme Court Ponders Review of Microsoft Patent Case (PC World)
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&T Corp. REUTERS/Lee Jae-WonPC World - Bush administration could influence decision to hear Microsoft's appeal to avoid paying overseas fines.


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Microsoft Stares Down EU Judge (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A European Union judge questioned on Tuesday whether Microsoft's bundling of its media player with its Windows system, a move the European Commission deemed illegal, really worried consumers and computer makers.

Nokia sells over 5 mln N-series multimedia phones (Reuters)
A model holds the Nokia N92 mobile phone at the CeBIT computer fair in the northern German city of Hanover March 8, 2006. Nokia said April 25 that it had sold more than 5 million N-series multimedia phones since last year and launched 3 new models to boost its presence in a growing market. (Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters)Reuters - The world's largest handset maker, Nokia (NOK1V.HE), said it had sold more than 5 million N-series multimedia phones since last year and launched three new models on Tuesday to boost its presence in a growing market.


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Seagate to Unveil 750-Gigabyte Hard Drives (AP)
AP - Seagate Technology LLC is beefing up the capacity of its hard disk drives to a whopping 750 gigabytes, offering consumers of digital media more storage for their computers than ever before.

EU draft law to recommend jail for pirating goods (Reuters)
A store selling pirated software and DVDs in Beijing, April 19, 2006. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - The European Commission is set to recommend on Wednesday common European sanctions against counterfeiting and piracy of goods, including at least four years in prison and a 300,000 euro ($372,700) fine.


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ABC, unions reach deal on cell phone TV shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Co. has reached a deal with the Hollywood unions that will put the long-delayed "mobisode" spinoff of hit ABC series "Lost" back on track, the company said Monday.

Password overload hitting firms' IT security: study (Reuters)
An engineer checks the status of an Internet server system at a company providing broadband Internetl. Security breaches from computer viruses, spyware, hacker attacks and theft of equipment are costing British business an estimated $18 billion a year, according to a survey on Tuesday. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - Security breaches from computer viruses, spyware, hacker attacks and theft of equipment are costing British business an estimated 10 billion pounds ($18 billion) a year, according to a survey on Tuesday.


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Ford to promote green investments to consumers (Reuters)
Ford Motor Company test driver Steven Yuhas looks over the hybrid engine of a new 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid sport utility vehicle as he makes a stop in New York's Times Square in this April 6, 2004 file photo. Ford said it will give consumers concerned about harmful greenhouse emissions an opportunity to invest in clean energy projects via a new Web Site that will calculate suggested investments based on the amount of carbon dioxide produced while driving, it was reported April 26, 2006. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - Ford Motor Co. said it will give consumers concerned about harmful greenhouse emissions an opportunity to invest in clean energy projects via a new Web Site that will calculate suggested investments based on the amount of carbon dioxide produced while driving.


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Bill seeks music royalties for satellite downloads (Reuters)
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) listens to testimony at the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court chief justice nominee Judge John Roberts in Washington in this September 15, 2005 file photo. Feinstein is part of a bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation that would require satellite radio companies to compensate the music industry for downloads, industry and congressional sources said April 25, 2006. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)Reuters - A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation that would require satellite radio companies to compensate the music industry for downloads, industry and congressional sources said.


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World's digital divide is narrowing: study (Reuters)
People surf the Internet at a cyber-cafe in Hefei in eastern China's Anhui province in this March 14, 2006 file photo. The digital divide is narrowing as citizens in emerging markets get online via computers and mobile phones, with some regions now on a par with developed nations, a ranking of Web-savvy nations showed on April 26, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - The digital divide is narrowing as citizens in emerging markets get online via computers and mobile phones, with some regions now on a par with developed nations, a ranking of Web-savvy nations showed on Wednesday.


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Linspire Offers 'Freespire' OS (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Linspire CEO Kevin Carmony unveiled Freespire, a no-cost version of Linspire's Linux distribution, in his keynote address at the Desktop Linux Summit on April 24.

Microsoft Makes Using Pirated Office Software More Difficult (PC World)
PC World - Software giant starts Microsoft Office pilot verification program.

Ford to promote green investments to consumers (Reuters)
Ford Motor Company test driver Steven Yuhas looks over the hybrid engine of a new 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid sport utility vehicle as he makes a stop in New York's Times Square in this April 6, 2004 file photo. Ford said it will give consumers concerned about harmful greenhouse emissions an opportunity to invest in clean energy projects via a new Web Site that will calculate suggested investments based on the amount of carbon dioxide produced while driving, it was reported April 26, 2006. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - Ford Motor Co. said it will give consumers concerned about harmful greenhouse emissions an opportunity to invest in clean energy projects via a new Web Site that will calculate suggested investments based on the amount of carbon dioxide produced while driving.


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World's digital divide is narrowing: study (Reuters)
People surf the Internet at a cyber-cafe in Hefei in eastern China's Anhui province in this March 14, 2006 file photo. The digital divide is narrowing as citizens in emerging markets get online via computers and mobile phones, with some regions now on a par with developed nations, a ranking of Web-savvy nations showed on April 26, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - The digital divide is narrowing as citizens in emerging markets get online via computers and mobile phones, with some regions now on a par with developed nations, a ranking of Web-savvy nations showed on Wednesday.


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Skype Announces Music Ringtones Deal (AP)
In this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, file photo, Madonna appears backstage at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Skype announced a deal on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 with music publishers that will make audio clips from artists like Madonna available to its users as ringtones. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Skype, eBay Inc.'s Internet telephone subsidiary, announced a deal Tuesday with music publishers that will make audio clips from artists like Madonna, Green Day and Red Hot Chili Peppers available to its users as ringtones.


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eBay User Gets 5 Months in Prison (AP)
The eBay headquarters is seen in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, April 19, 2006. Online auctioneer eBay Inc. hit analysts' earnings target for the first quarter Wednesday and reiterated its outlook for the remainder of the year, disappointing investors expecting bigger things from the e-commerce bellwether. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)AP - A Romanian native unhappy with eBay Inc.'s business practices was sentenced to five months in prison for making e-mailed threats against two of the company's top officers.


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Disney-ABC exec says online offerings fight piracy (Reuters)
Reuters - The ABC television network's decision to sell its content online, while angering affiliates, was aimed at preventing piracy from eroding the broadcasting business, a senior network executive said on Tuesday.

WebSideStory marries analytics with search (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - WebSideStory this week is announcing that it will marry its back-end Web analytics engine with consumer-facing search engine technology in Search Version 4.0.

Chirac gives boost to high-tech projects (AFP)
President Jacques Chirac, speaking at the Elysee Palace in Paris, unveiled plans to invest in six major high-tech projects -- including a European rival to the search engine Google -- in a bid to secure France's place as a world leader in industrial innovation.(AFP/POOL/Remy De La Mauviniere)AFP - President Jacques Chirac unveiled plans to invest in six major high-tech projects -- including a European rival to the search engine Google -- in a bid to secure France's place as a world leader in industrial innovation.


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Online gangs targeting UK consumers: crime agency (Reuters)
Reuters - Thousands of international criminals working over the internet in ""virtual gangs" are stealing millions of pounds from consumers and businesses in Britain, a senior computer security expert said on Tuesday.

Microsoft Rolls Out Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The latest test version of Microsoft's new Web browser, Internet Explorer 7, is now available for download. The browser, now officially in Beta 2, has been tweaked to make it more stable. In addition, Redmond has created a new Web site that lists the plug-ins now available for those who want to experiment with additional browsing capabilities.

BBC looks to MySpace for Web site revamp (Reuters)
Reuters - The BBC is in danger of losing the interest of the young generation unless it develops a new breed of personalized and on-demand programming, according to Director General Mark Thompson.

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