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Microsoft, EU Debate Access for Rivals (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 Corp. continued its appeal of a record antitrust conviction and fine on Thursday with a panel of judges questioning it and the European Commission about the software maker's claims that its ability to innovate had been impeded.


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EU to probe Microsoft challenge (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith arrives at the Court of First Instance, the European Union's second-highest court in Luxembourg April 26, 2006. (Philippe Gisselbrecht/Reuters)Reuters - European Union judges have another chance on Thursday to probe Microsoft's challenge to a landmark decision that the software giant illegally muscled out rivals, in a week-long hearing that has become increasingly heated.


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Microsoft in Talks to Acquire Massive (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is in talks to acquire Massive Inc., a company that inserts advertising into video games, according to people familiar with the deal.

Microsoft plans to buy video game ad firm: paper (Reuters)
Steve Ballmer, chief executive of Microsoft Corporation gestures as he makes a speech during an IT security conference in Berlin April 25, 2005. (Arnd WIegmann/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to pay $200 million to $400 million for Massive Inc., a privately held company that places ads in video games, the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.


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Microsoft Spins Off Wallop to Startup (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 - More than two years after Microsoft Corp. began promoting Wallop, its technology for social networking, the software company is spinning off the project to a new startup company.


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Microsoft Hires Ex-Ask.com CEO Berkowitz (AP)
Ask.com CEO Steve Berkowitz poses for a portrait next to an image of the search engine's new look at the company's headquarters in an Oakland, Calif. file photo from Feb. 24, 2006. For all his success as Ask.com's chief executive, Berkowitz never could figure out how to close the gap with online search engine leader Google Inc. He's betting the answers will come to him in his new job helping Microsoft in its relentless pursuit of Google.  (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)AP - For all his success as Ask.com's chief executive, Steve Berkowitz never could figure out how to close the gap with Google Inc. He's betting the answers will come to him in his new job helping Microsoft Corp. pursue the online search leader.


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Microsoft Social Networking Technology Spawns Startup (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has spun out its new social-networking technology to create a startup called Wallop Inc., set to launch later this year.

Microsoft Expands Antipiracy Initiatives (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has given software pirates a little more to worry about, following the announcement this week that it has begun to widen the scope of its Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program to include checks for the authenticity of Microsoft Office software. The company also has made changes to WGA to broaden the reach of its Windows XP verifications.

Microsoft Snaps Up Asset-Tracking Vendor, Co-Founder Unhappy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The AssetMetrix technology will be integrated into the Redmond, Wash.-based developer's existing tools, including Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003.

Microsoft Plugs IE Add-Ons With New Site (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Before now, many IE add-ons, which include toolbars, download managers, pop-up blockers, and multimedia plug-ins, were spread throughout Microsoft's massive site.

Early hi-def DVD buyers like what they see (Reuters)
Dennis Van Sickle walks past a display of Blu-ray high-definition movies at the Sony booth at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in this January 4, 2006 file photo. Early adopters who bought one of the first two Toshiba high-definition DVD players had mixed comments about the official start of packaged media's high-definition era, it was reported April 27, 2006. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter)- Early adopters who bought one of the first two Toshiba high-definition DVD players had mixed comments about the official start of packaged media's high-definition era.


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Microsoft plans to buy video game ad firm: paper (Reuters)
Steve Ballmer, chief executive of Microsoft Corporation gestures as he makes a speech during an IT security conference in Berlin April 25, 2005. (Arnd WIegmann/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to pay $200 million to $400 million for Massive Inc., a privately held company that places ads in video games, the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.


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Rapper Ludacris likes combo of video games, music (Reuters)
Actor and hip-hop artist Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges in Beverly Hills, April 26, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Chris "Ludacris" Bridges said video games are ideal for connecting aspiring musicians with their core fan base -- and he should know -- six years ago he was the first rapper to have his music featured on a game soundtrack.


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Reiner comedy sees both sides of DVD format (Reuters)
A display of HD DVDs is shown at the HD DVD booth during the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. Delivering on a promise made months ago, Warner Home Video has announced the first hybrid disc to feature high-definition (HD) DVD content on one side and standard DVD content on the other. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Delivering on a promise made months ago, Warner Home Video has announced the first hybrid disc to feature high-definition (HD) DVD content on one side and standard DVD content on the other.


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IBM Unveils 'Business Class' Mainframe (AP)
AP - Hoping to expand the market for its signature piece of hardware, IBM Corp. is rolling out a less expensive version of its top mainframe computer Thursday.

Sci Fi feels Pulse of broadband (Reuters)
Reuters - Sci Fi Channel is getting into the broadband business, launching new channel Pulse online on May 8.

LG Philips LCD completes world's largest LCD plant in South Korea (AFP)
LG.Philips' 100-inch TFT-LCD panel. The company has completed construction of one of the world's largest plants producing LCD panels(AFP/HO)AFP - LG Philips LCD has completed construction of one of the world's largest plants producing liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.


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Dialed In: Back Up Your Cell Phone's Address Book (PC World)
PC World - Your phone book doesn't have to disappear with your phone. These services and accessories can save you the trouble of manually entering your contacts.

Google Places Firefox Ad On Homepage (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google runs an ad for Firefox on its popular homepage, giving the open-source Web browser a big marketing boost over their joint rival Microsoft.

Microsoft, EU Debate Access for Rivals (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 Corp. continued its appeal of a record antitrust conviction and fine on Thursday with a panel of judges questioning it and the European Commission about the software maker's claims that its ability to innovate had been impeded.


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Sci Fi feels Pulse of broadband (Reuters)
Reuters - Sci Fi Channel is getting into the broadband business, launching new channel Pulse online on May 8.

Media firms work to stay ahead of online consumers (Reuters)
Reuters - Big media companies must keep finding ways to reach on-the-go users and make money doing it to stay relevant in an online marketplace that values convenience and novelty, the leaders of three of the largest U.S. media and tech companies said on Wednesday.

Internet2 Network Aims to Boost Capacity (AP)
AP - The new network should be in place by fall 2007, said Douglas Van Houweling, Internet2's chief executive.

Pro-Firefox Group Launches Mission To Destroy IE (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Styling themselves as political activists, a Massachusetts group has launched a concerted effort to inveigle Internet Explorer users to switch to the Firefox Web browser. The focal point of the movement is a site called ExplorerDestroyer.com.

Microsoft Hires Ex-Ask.com CEO Berkowitz (AP)
Ask.com CEO Steve Berkowitz poses for a portrait next to an image of the search engine's new look at the company's headquarters in an Oakland, Calif. file photo from Feb. 24, 2006. For all his success as Ask.com's chief executive, Berkowitz never could figure out how to close the gap with online search engine leader Google Inc. He's betting the answers will come to him in his new job helping Microsoft in its relentless pursuit of Google.  (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)AP - For all his success as Ask.com's chief executive, Steve Berkowitz never could figure out how to close the gap with Google Inc. He's betting the answers will come to him in his new job helping Microsoft Corp. pursue the online search leader.


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Intel Offers Support for Net Legislation (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 - Intel Corp. has waded into the debate over the future of the Internet, joining major Web companies in supporting legislation that would force Internet service providers to treat all traffic equally.


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Users' Web Password Practices Pitiful (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Only 1 in 7 business users bother to create different passwords for each Web site that requires authentication, a security company says.

Review: Webaroo Service Too Good to Be True (AP)
In this handout image from Webaroo, a screen shot is seen for a cable television search. (AP Photo/Webaroo)AP - It sounds too good to be true: the highlights of the Web squeezed into a data file small enough to fit on your laptop or mobile phone, letting you browse even when you don't have a live Internet connection. After giving Webaroo a whirl, I found that it is, indeed, too good to be true.


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Internet Population Hits New High in U.S. (AP)
AP - The U.S. online population has hit an all-time high: 73 percent of adults, or 147 million, now use the Internet.

BBC Revamping of Web Site Draws Criticism (AP)
AP - The British Broadcasting Corp. is revamping its Web site to incorporate more user-generated content such as blogs and video, features already available through the popular social networking site MySpace. The broadcaster also has long-term plans to create broadband portals in such areas as sports, music, health and science.

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