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Microsoft Shares Sink More Than 11 Pct. (AP)
MIcrosoft chairman Bill Gates adjusts his glasses as he addresses the American Society of Newspaper Editors annual convention, Friday, April 28, 2006, in Seattle. Sounding like a doctor who's found a cure for a terminal disease, Gates told the ballroom full of editors that he's develping software that will soon allow readers to flip through a newspaper using hand-held personal computers. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - Microsoft Corp. shares sank more than 11 percent to a new 52-week low Friday after the company said it planned to significantly beef up investments in many areas where it is not dominant, but refused to provide details.


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Stocks End Lower on Microsoft, Oil Prices (AP)
Traders crowd the post that handles Aetna Inc., on the New York Stock Exchange trading floor, Thursday April 27, 2006. Health care provider Aetna Inc. on Thursday said President and Chief Executive Ronald Williams will become Chairman of the Board on Oct. 1, when John Rowe retires, completing a succession plan started in January. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Stocks finished mostly lower Friday as rising oil prices and a tepid outlook from Microsoft Corp. dampened Wall Street's reaction to a rebound in first-quarter economic growth. The major indexes ended mixed for the week and for April.


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Gates, N.Y. Times Tout 'Onscreen Reader' (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates told a ballroom full of newspaper editors Friday he's developing "onscreen reader" software that will make reading news digitally a lot more like flipping through a paper.

The New York Times, Microsoft Unveil Newspaper Reader Based On Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and the New York Times unveil an advanced Windows Vista application that enhances the online and offline reading of the newspaper.

Tech stocks drop on Microsoft outlook (Reuters)
A trader works at the New York Stock Exchange in New York April 7, 2006. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Tech stocks ended lower on Friday after a disappointing profit forecast from Microsoft Corp. pulled down the major indexes and outweighed news that the U.S. economy grew briskly in the first quarter.


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Microsoft shares slide on spending plans (Reuters)
Steve Ballmer, chief executive of Microsoft Corporation gestures as he makes a speech during an IT security conference in Berlin, April 25, 2006. (Arnd WIegmann/Reuters)Reuters - Shares in Microsoft Corp. slid more than 11 percent on Friday, their biggest drop in more than five years, after the software giant said earnings would be hurt by increased investments aimed at fending off rivals such as Google Inc. .


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Microsoft shares drop despite profits increase (FT.com)
FT.com - A spectacular fall in Microsoft on Friday morning brought a surprising conclusion to a week in which Wall Street twisted and turned in reaction to twin interest rate surprises, mixed economic data and continued positive earnings reports.

Microsoft Shares Tumble On Spending Plans (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The stock price fell 11%, a five-year record drop, after Microsoft said earnings would be hurt by increased investments aimed at fending off rivals like Google. Among Microsoft's areas of investment: software services.

Microsoft Smokes Out Office Pirates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Following up on its Windows anti-piracy efforts, Microsoft is piloting a program to sniff out counterfeit copies of Office, Microsoft's second-biggest moneymaker.

Judge raises questions on Microsoft fine (Reuters)
The Microsoft Windows logo is seen on the screen of a laptop on a desk at the Court of First Instance, the European Union's second-highest court in Luxembourg April 28, 2006. (Philippe Gisselbrecht/Reuters)Reuters - A judge in Microsoft's appeal against a key antitrust ruling stunned the European Commission by asking for advice on what to do should the court cut Microsoft's 497 million euro ($624 million) fine.


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New physics chip aims to shake up video games (Reuters)
A screen shot from the video game 'Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter' shows effects created by the new PhysX processor from Ageia Technologies Inc. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - A Silicon Valley start-up hopes to introduce a lot of bounce, rattle and roll into the video game industry with a new microchip that makes virtual worlds behave as realistically as they look.


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Rhode Island embarks on wireless network (Reuters)
America's smallest state is seeking to become its first to offer a wireless broadband network from border to border. Backers of Rhode Island's $20 million project say it would improve services and make the state a testing ground for new business technologies. (Rhode Island Tourism/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - America's smallest state is seeking to become its first to offer a wireless broadband network from border to border.


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Fundraising via download: Sweet music to nonprofits (Reuters)
Reuters - When Amnesty International wanted to raise awareness about violence against women in Mexico, it turned to Jaguares, one of the country's most popular rock bands.

Microsoft ramps up Xbox 360 shipments (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 game console is displayed in Tokyo April 6, 2006. Microsoft has ramped up shipments of its Xbox 360 console to widen its head start on video game rival Sony Corp.'s  (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has ramped up shipments of its Xbox 360 console to widen its head start on video game rival Sony Corp.'s (6758.T) PlayStation 3, the software giant's chief financial officer said on Thursday.


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Google Fails to Make Inroads in S. Korea (AP)
In this April 20, 2006, file photo, Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., is seen. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc. has seeped into many aspects of online life across the globe, but the Internet search engine has failed so far to make any notable inroads in one of the world's most-wired countries: South Korea.


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Yahoo says it is 'unaware' of case of jailed China cyber-dissident (AFP)
This 2005 illustration shows a Yahoo home page on a personal laptop computer in Beijing. Internet giant Yahoo claimed ignorance of the case of cyber-activist Wang Xiaoning, who a human rights group alleges was imprisoned by the Chinese government with Yahoo's help.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AFP - Internet giant Yahoo claimed ignorance of the case of cyber-activist Wang Xiaoning, who a human rights group alleges was imprisoned by the Chinese government with Yahoo's help.


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Gamer Reaction: Nintendo Might Have a Wii Problem (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Nintendo's announcement on Thursday that its next-generation game console -- formerly codenamed "Revolution" -- is officially named "Wii" has received mixed reactions from industry watchers and gamers alike.

County Considers Free Wi-Fi for Residents (AP)
AP - The perks of living in Suffolk County include gorgeous beaches and beautiful people in the Hamptons. Another one could arrive next year: free Internet access for its 1.5 million residents.

Google Gives Firefox A Boost With Home Page Ad (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.

Indian shares at record close, led by retail buying (AFP)
A board displaying the DAX index at the Frankfurt stock exchange. Singapore share prices are expected to rise further next week ahead of the May 6 general elections in which the ruling People's Action Party (PAP) is widely predicted to maintain its dominance, dealers said.(AFP/DDP/File/Martin Oeser)AFP - Indian share prices closed up 1.61 percent at a new record, led by strong retail buying in index-linked software and automobile stocks in a special session to test software, dealers said.


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Yahoo says it is 'unaware' of case of jailed China cyber-dissident (AFP)
This 2005 illustration shows a Yahoo home page on a personal laptop computer in Beijing. Internet giant Yahoo claimed ignorance of the case of cyber-activist Wang Xiaoning, who a human rights group alleges was imprisoned by the Chinese government with Yahoo's help.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AFP - Internet giant Yahoo claimed ignorance of the case of cyber-activist Wang Xiaoning, who a human rights group alleges was imprisoned by the Chinese government with Yahoo's help.


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U.S.: FBI Sought Info Without Court OK (AP)
AP - The FBI secretly sought information last year on 3,501 U.S. citizens and legal residents from their banks and credit card, telephone and Internet companies without a court's approval, the Justice Department said Friday.

County Considers Free Wi-Fi for Residents (AP)
AP - The perks of living in Suffolk County include gorgeous beaches and beautiful people in the Hamptons. Another one could arrive next year: free Internet access for its 1.5 million residents.

The New York Times, Microsoft Unveil Newspaper Reader Based On Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and the New York Times unveil an advanced Windows Vista application that enhances the online and offline reading of the newspaper.

Interactive Shops Build Online Gaming Muscle (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - In the seemingly never-ending quest to help clients move beyond banner ads and informational Web sites, interactive shops are beefing up their ability to assist brands in developing their own online games.

Yahoo Refreshes Babel Fish Translator (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Ever wondered what this Web page might look like in French, Greek, or Japanese? Well, all you have to do is visit a new site set up by Yahoo, enter the URL, pick a language, and get an instant translation.

Rhode Island embarks on wireless network (Reuters)
America's smallest state is seeking to become its first to offer a wireless broadband network from border to border. Backers of Rhode Island's $20 million project say it would improve services and make the state a testing ground for new business technologies. (Rhode Island Tourism/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - America's smallest state is seeking to become its first to offer a wireless broadband network from border to border.


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Google Fails to Make Inroads in S. Korea (AP)
In this April 20, 2006, file photo, Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., is seen. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc. has seeped into many aspects of online life across the globe, but the Internet search engine has failed so far to make any notable inroads in one of the world's most-wired countries: South Korea.


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Undercover Civilians Lure Online Predators (AP)
AP - This was Stacey DeLuca's plan: Chat online with child predators while pretending to be a young girl. Just a few hours.

Online safety for kids a thriving business (Reuters)
Reuters - Keeping kids safe on the Internet is not only a big concern, it's big business.

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