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Analyst Firm Predicts Further Windows Delay (AP)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - An influential analyst firm is predicting that the next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system will come out even later than Microsoft has already forecast.


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Amazon Drops Google for Windows Live (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With Amazon switching the technology powering its A9.com search engine to Windows Live, Microsoft has claimed a major victory over search rival Google. No sign remains on A9 of Amazon's former partnership with Google.

Microsoft Settles Calif. Antitrust Suit (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will pay $70 million to thousands of California government agencies in the latest legal settlement spurred by price-gouging allegations against the world's largest computer software maker.

Microsoft settles California antitrust claims (Reuters)
A high school student uses Location Services for Friends and Family, a Microsoft Research project unveiled at the Microsoft Research Silicon Valley Road Show in Mountain View, California, May 2, 2006. (Lou Dematteis/Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. tentatively agreed to pay $70 million in vouchers to several California municipalities to settle an antitrust claim that it used its market dominance to overcharge government customers, plaintiff lawyers said on Tuesday.


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No Merger, But Microsoft, SAP In Duet (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Two software giants are singing a new song of their own making.

Ballmer: "Big, Bold Bet" Needed To Beat Google (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Ballmer e-mails to Microsoft employees that "throughout our history, Microsoft has won by making big, bold bets."

Microsoft Seeks Edge in Online Advertising (AP)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - No one can quite agree on whether Microsoft Corp. held its first online advertising summit in a conference room or a cafeteria, but what everyone does remember is how little attention was paid to the field just seven years ago.


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Microsoft may delay Windows Vista again -- Gartner (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday.


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Would Another Vista Delay Matter? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Gartner Group now is predicting Windows Vista won't make the January rollout date to which Microsoft has committed. If Gartner is right, will it matter – and to whom?

Amazon Dumps Google for Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Online retailer is using Microsoft's search tools for its Alexa toolbar and A9 search engine.

'Skypecasts' Allow 100-Person Conferencing (AP)
A man displays his Skype internet phone in Taipei, November 11, 2005. Skype, the Internet-based phone and video phone service, on Friday said it now serves over 100 million registered users. (Richard Chung/Reuters)AP - Skype, eBay Inc.'s Internet telephone subsidiary, is extending its reach with "Skypecasts" — free audio conferences for up to 100 participants.


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Yellowstone Works on Wireless Expansion (AP)
This photograph provided by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) shows a cell phone tower in the vicinity of the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park, Mont. According to documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, Yellowstone National Park is preparing a plan that could expand wireless towers and antennas as well as TV and radio service in the sprawling geothermal park. (AP Photo/PEER)AP - Yellowstone National Park officials, criticized for marring the landscape near Old Faithful geyser with a cellular phone tower, are quietly preparing a plan to cover any expansion of wireless towers, antennas and TV and radio services in the popular park.


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ITunes Songs to Stay 99 Cents Per Download (AP)
A commercial board for the Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod is seen inside a metro station in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Apple Computer has renewed contracts with the world's four largest music companies to sell songs through its iTunes Music Store, after blocking their attempts to end iTunes' flat-rate pricing scheme, Apple said on Tuesday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)AP - Songs at Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes Music Store will remain 99 cents per download after the company extended its distribution deals with major recording labels.


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Firm Predicts Further Windows Vista Delay (AP)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - An influential analyst firm is predicting that the next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system will come out even later than Microsoft has already forecast.


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Microsoft Seeks Edge in Online Advertising (AP)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - No one can quite agree on whether Microsoft Corp. held its first online advertising summit in a conference room or a cafeteria, but what everyone does remember is how little attention was paid to the field just seven years ago.


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Movie piracy losses bigger than expected: report (Reuters)
Some of the 400,000 pirated compact discs and DVD's confiscated by Mexican police in Cancun are seen before their destruction in this December 2, 2005 file photo. Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday. (Victor Ruiz/Reuters)Reuters - Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.


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PC World Analysis: Deconstructing the Draft 802.11n Wi-Fi Hype (PC World)
PC World - How to make sense of a gaggle of new, fast wireless products moving into stores and labeled 'Draft N-compliant'.

Samsung Ultra-Mobile PC Expected In Best Buy Stores This Summer (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The $1,099 Q1 will also be online at Best Buy by May 7. Designed to fill the gap between PDAs and full-sized Tablet PCs, it's based on Microsoft technology that was code-named "Origami."

Download This: Add IE Tabs to Firefox (PC World)
PC World - Open IE-optimized pages in Mozilla Firefox, rename Windows Desktop icons, and use Caps Lock only when you want.

Microsoft Settles Calif. Antitrust Suit (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will pay $70 million to thousands of California government agencies in the latest legal settlement spurred by price-gouging allegations against the world's largest computer software maker.

Movie piracy losses bigger than expected: report (Reuters)
Some of the 400,000 pirated compact discs and DVD's confiscated by Mexican police in Cancun are seen before their destruction in this December 2, 2005 file photo. Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday. (Victor Ruiz/Reuters)Reuters - Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.


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'Skypecasts' Allow 100-Person Conferencing (AP)
A man displays his Skype internet phone in Taipei, November 11, 2005. Skype, the Internet-based phone and video phone service, on Friday said it now serves over 100 million registered users. (Richard Chung/Reuters)AP - Skype, eBay Inc.'s Internet telephone subsidiary, is extending its reach with "Skypecasts" — free audio conferences for up to 100 participants.


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Amazon Drops Google for Windows Live (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With Amazon switching the technology powering its A9.com search engine to Windows Live, Microsoft has claimed a major victory over search rival Google. No sign remains on A9 of Amazon's former partnership with Google.

ITunes Songs to Stay 99 Cents Per Download (AP)
A commercial board for the Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod is seen inside a metro station in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Apple Computer has renewed contracts with the world's four largest music companies to sell songs through its iTunes Music Store, after blocking their attempts to end iTunes' flat-rate pricing scheme, Apple said on Tuesday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)AP - Songs at Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes Music Store will remain 99 cents per download after the company extended its distribution deals with major recording labels.


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MySpace faces call to crackdown on predators (Reuters)
The homepage to MySpace.com. Massachusetts on Tuesday called on popular teen social networking Web site MySpace.com to strengthen protection of children against sexual predators, including raising the minimum age for users to 18 from 14. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Massachusetts on Tuesday called on popular teen social networking Web site MySpace.com to strengthen protection of children against sexual predators, including raising the minimum age for users to 18 from 14.


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US finance sector puts Web pricing in crosshairs (Reuters)
Fiber optic cables are seen in an undated photo. The U.S. financial sector, a powerful force in Washington, may be gearing up to jump into a Capitol Hill fight over the future of the Internet and stop an effort it says could add billions in costs just to maintain current offerings. The issue is 'Net neutrality' -- a battle so far contained between high-speed Internet broadband operators and companies with online product offerings. (NASA/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The U.S. financial sector, a powerful force in Washington, may be gearing up to jump into a Capitol Hill fight over the future of the Internet and stop an effort it says could add billions in costs just to maintain current offerings.


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Trojan Steals World Of Warcraft Passwords To Cash Out Accounts (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A new password-stealing Trojan targeting players of the popular online game "World of Warcraft" apparently hopes to make money off secondary sales of gamer goods.

US Finance Companies May Throw Their Clout Behind 'Net Neutrality' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Broadband providers' efforts to charge Web sites for premium network access could add billions in costs just to maintain current offerings, said financial companies, who wield a lot of clout in Washington.

Samsung Ultra-Mobile PC Expected In Best Buy Stores This Summer (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The $1,099 Q1 will also be online at Best Buy by May 7. Designed to fill the gap between PDAs and full-sized Tablet PCs, it's based on Microsoft technology that was code-named "Origami."

Microsoft Seeks Edge in Online Advertising (AP)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s long- awaited release of the upgrade to its flagship Windows operating system will likely be delayed again by at least three months, research group Gartner Inc. said on Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - No one can quite agree on whether Microsoft Corp. held its first online advertising summit in a conference room or a cafeteria, but what everyone does remember is how little attention was paid to the field just seven years ago.


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