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Google Balks at IE 7's MSN Search Box (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Unable to convince Microsoft to change a built-in feature of the forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 browser, Google has taken its case to the Justice Department. At issue is the browser's search box, which will default to MSN.

Amazon switches to Microsoft from Google (Reuters)
Amazon.com chairman Jeff Bezos in Seattle, May 28, 2003. Microsoft scored an important win against rival Google over the weekend, as Amazon.com began using its technology to power the Internet retailer's A9 search unit. (Anthony P. Bolante/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. scored an important win against rival Google Inc. over the weekend, as Amazon.com began using its technology to power the Internet retailer's A9 search unit.


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Microsoft Ships Hosting Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches its Windows-based platform for companies that want to offer software as a service over the Web.

Report: Security Threats Growing for Macs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Security threats are growing more severe for users of Mac OS X, although the risks associated with Apple's system remain smaller than with Microsoft's Windows, according to the SANS Institute, an organization that provides security training.

Google Concerned About Microsoft Browser (AP)
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. One key part of Microsoft's antitrust court hearing last week involved an obscure concept known as work group server protocols, which lay out what experts call the rules and grammar of online information exchange. (Philippe Gisselbrecht/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. is hoping to pressure Microsoft Corp. into changing a new Internet Explorer browser feature that could direct more people to Microsoft's online search engine instead of Google's far more popular offering.


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Security threats grow for Apple Mac computers: report (AFP)
The Microsoft Windows website is seen on an iMac G5 computer monitor at an Apple Store in San Francisco. Security threats are rising for users of Apple Computer's line of Mac computers, even though risks remain lower than for those using Microsoft Windows systems, a computer security center said.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Security threats are rising for users of Apple Computer's line of Mac computers, even though risks remain lower than for those using Microsoft Windows systems, a computer security center said.


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Internet Explorer Security Problems Multiply (PC Magazine)
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)PC Magazine - The list of serious unpatched vulnerabilities in Microsoft's Internet Explorer keeps getting longer. Secunia finds another code execution hole in the world's most widely used browser.


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Confused by Microsoft case? Consider Chinese food (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. One key part of Microsoft's antitrust court hearing last week involved an obscure concept known as work group server protocols, which lay out what experts call the rules and grammar of online information exchange. (Philippe Gisselbrecht/Reuters)Reuters - One key part of Microsoft's antitrust court hearing last week involved an obscure concept known as work group server protocols, which lay out what experts call the rules and grammar of online information exchange.


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Microsoft puts money behind Web strategy talk (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp. is backing up its talk of investing in Web services with cash, months after Gates called the company to arms over an Internet 'sea change' in which software and services become delivered over the Web. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is backing up its talk of investing in Web services with cash, months after chairman Bill Gates called the company to arms over an Internet "sea change" in which software and services become delivered over the Web.


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MSN: Money Pit or (Not So) Secret Weapon? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Windows Live isn't the only area where Microsoft's planning to spend in 2007. But it is the part of Microsoft's business that's under the most scrutiny.

Yahoo Introduces New Technology Section (AP)
In this April 18, 2006, file photo, a Yahoo billboard in downtown San Francisco is shown. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Yahoo Inc. on Monday unveiled a new section aimed at helping consumers cope with the onslaught of new technology that's reshaping modern life.


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Google Concerned About Microsoft Browser (AP)
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. One key part of Microsoft's antitrust court hearing last week involved an obscure concept known as work group server protocols, which lay out what experts call the rules and grammar of online information exchange. (Philippe Gisselbrecht/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. is hoping to pressure Microsoft Corp. into changing a new Internet Explorer browser feature that could direct more people to Microsoft's online search engine instead of Google's far more popular offering.


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Visto Challenges RIM After Patent Victory (AP)
AP - Emboldened by a recent victory in a patent lawsuit, wireless e-mail software provider Visto Corp. said Monday it is suing Research in Motion Ltd., the maker of BlackBerry mobile devices, over similar claims.

Comverse CEO, 2 Other Execs Resign (AP)
AP - The chief executive at Comverse Technology Inc., a maker of telecommunications systems and software, resigned Monday along with two other executives amid a company probe into the timing of stock-option grants.

Polycom Launches Skype Speakerphone (AP)
AP - In a sign of Skype's ambitions to extend its reach into the workplace, Polycom Inc., the largest U.S. maker of audioconferencing speakerphones, launched on Monday its first product designed for use with the popular Internet telephone service.

Should You Be Fired for Using the Internet While at Work? (PC World)
PC World - Lines between professional and home lives start to blur.

MobiBLU MP3s Ship Podcast Ready (TechWeb)
TechWeb - MP3 players from mobiBLU have begun shipping to retail stores with preinstalled software that lets users download podcasts in one click.

MTN to buy Investcom for $5.5bn (FT.com)
FT.com - MTN Group, the South African mobile telecoms group, has agreed to buy Investcom, a rival emerging markets operator operator headquartered in Dubai, for $5.5bn in cash.

Open-Source Trend Brings Big Challenge To Software Leaders (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - As more companies and government agencies use open-source software, a trend many expect will continue, traditional software companies face the wrenching decision of how much they should move toward open source, if at all.

Sun rolls out new storage products in data push (Reuters)
Reuters - Sun Microsystems Inc. on Monday announced new data storage hardware and software offerings, broadening its focus on the fast-growing storage industry and aiming to build on its $4.1 billion acquisition of Storage Technology Corp.

Should You Be Fired for Using the Internet While at Work? (PC World)
PC World - Lines between professional and home lives start to blur.

Intel to spend $1 bln to push Net in poor nations (Reuters)
People work with computers at a media centre in Hanoi in this April 19, 2006 file photo. Intel Corp. said on May 2 that it plans to spend $1 billion to promote Internet use and computer training in developing countries, the latest move in the No. 1 chip maker's effort to break into new markets. (Kham/Reuters)Reuters - Intel Corp. said on Tuesday it plans to spend $1 billion to promote Internet use and computer training in developing countries, the latest move in the No. 1 chip maker's effort to break into new markets.


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Helio launches cellphone service for 20-somethings (Reuters)
Reuters - Helio LLC, a venture of SK Telecom and EarthLink Inc, on Tuesday began a U.S. cellular phone service aimed at attracting young people who use cellphones for services like Web surfing.

Asian governments among the worst enemies of Internet freedom (AFP)
Vietnamese surf the Internet at a Ho Chi Minh coffee shop. Governments in Asia, including Vietnam, are considered among the world's worst "enemies" of Internet freedom, as they increasingly censor websites and jail people who express views deemed dangerous online.(AFP/File/Hoang Dinh Nam)AFP - Governments in Asia are considered among the world's worst "enemies" of Internet freedom, as they increasingly censor websites and jail people who express views deemed dangerous online.


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Proponents of Spanish Anthem Point to Rice (AP)
In this photo provided by ABC News, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice appears for an interview with George Stephanopolous on ABC's This Week, in Washington, Sunday, April 30, 2006.  (AP Photo/ABC News, Lauren Victoria Burke)AP - President Bush wants people to sing the national anthem in English only. Promoters of singing it in Spanish are pointing to comments by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice — and her department's Web site — as ammunition for their side of the argument.


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Google Balks at IE 7's MSN Search Box (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Unable to convince Microsoft to change a built-in feature of the forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 browser, Google has taken its case to the Justice Department. At issue is the browser's search box, which will default to MSN.

Pulitzer Winner Suspended For Web Pseudonym (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist is suspended and his newspaper column and blog were canned after he allegedly used pseudonyms to post online comments.

Number Of Portable Digital Players May Double By 2010 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Drivers for the market include falling prices and the availability of legitimate subscription and pay-per-download online music stores.

EarthLink Expands SMB Unit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Earthlink expands its broadband services for small and medium-size businesses.

Amazon switches to Microsoft from Google (Reuters)
Amazon.com chairman Jeff Bezos in Seattle, May 28, 2003. Microsoft scored an important win against rival Google over the weekend, as Amazon.com began using its technology to power the Internet retailer's A9 search unit. (Anthony P. Bolante/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. scored an important win against rival Google Inc. over the weekend, as Amazon.com began using its technology to power the Internet retailer's A9 search unit.


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