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Microsoft switches to own online ad broker service (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it switched to its own online ad brokering service called adCenter, so advertisers can directly place ads on the software maker's search sites instead of going through Yahoo Inc.

Gates Doesn't Want to Be Richest Man (AP)
AP - Most people probably dream of being the world's richest person — except, perhaps, the man himself.

Don't Expect Vista Until 2Q 2007, Gartner Says (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Everybody will have to wait until at least May or June of 2007 for the release of Microsoft's new operating system, Windows Vista, according to a report from research firm Gartner. That report pegs the release of Vista at several months later than Microsoft's latest estimate indicates.

Microsoft mulled Yahoo pact to fight Google: report (Reuters)
The Yahoo headquarters in Sunnyvale, California is seen in this undated file photo. Software giant Microsoft Corp. has held discussions to buy a stake in Internet media company Yahoo Inc. to compete against Google Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. (File/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has held discussions to buy a stake in Internet media company Yahoo Inc. to compete against Google Inc. , the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.


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Microsoft Settles Antitrust Suit in California (PC World)
PC World - Government entities will be able to obtain cash refunds for hardware and software purchases.

Is Windows A-Live? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's decision to kill Hotmail in favor of Windows Live Mail is risky and perplexing.

Analyst Firm Predicts Further Windows Delay (AP)
Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter, left, president and CEO of Def Jam, is interviewed by CNBC's Donny Deutsch at Microsoft Corp. headquarters during an online advertising conference Wednesday, May 3, 2006, in Redmond, Wash. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)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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Review: Samsung Q1 Has Load of Annoyances (AP)
A Samsung Q1 is demonstrated Wednesday, May 3, 2006 in New York.  (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - Looking for a great PC that runs a fully fledged version of Windows XP but weighs less than two pounds? Well, it's here — at least if you can live without the "great" part.


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Intel Unveils Mobile Personal Computer (AP)
Glyn Meek, president of the nonprofit World Congress on Information Technology 2006, Inc., headquartered in Austin, Texas, is shown outside the Capitol Wednesday, April 26, 2006.  Conferees meeting in Austin May 1-5, aim to tackle some of the thorniest issues facing today's digital world. (AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)AP - The head of the world's largest chip maker on Wednesday unveiled a mobile personal computer designed to provide affordable collaborative learning environments for teachers and students around the world.


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NBC Webcast Curtailed to Hit Lunch Hour (AP)
Katie Couric (L), co-host of the NBC 'Today' show, is seen during the broadcast of the program with co-host Matt Lauer at NBC's New York City studios April 5, 2006. Couric announced her departure from NBC on Wednesday to join rival CBS, where she was to become the first sole woman anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast. The 49-year-old Couric has been on Today for the past 15 years. NO SALES NO ARCHIVES EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Lisa Berg/NBC Universal/HandoutAP - NBC News is webcasting its "Today" show each morning — but only the first hour of it to make the program available by lunchtime on the East Coast, a move that allows West Coast stations to air the entire program first.


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Papers' Web Sites Feature Outside Blogs (AP)
AP - The Web sites of dozens of newspapers are starting to feature outside blog postings on travel, health and other topics in a further blurring of the line separating traditional and new media.

Research in Motion Countersues Visto (AP)
AP - Research in Motion Ltd., maker of the BlackBerry mobile device, has countersued Visto Corp., a software company that sued RIM last week over patents on wireless e-mail.

Microsoft switches to own online ad broker service (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it switched to its own online ad brokering service called adCenter, so advertisers can directly place ads on the software maker's search sites instead of going through Yahoo Inc.

Tepid interest seen for next-generation DVDs in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - A survey of high-volume DVD users by online DVD trading company Peerflix Inc. on Wednesday showed that about one in five may buy high-definition DVD players or discs in 2006.

Wireless Gambling Co. Gets Nevada Backing (AP)
AP - The company that led a 2005 legislative effort to allow wireless gambling in Nevada won a recommendation Wednesday from regulators for licensing needed to market its hand-held, mobile gambling devices in the state.

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.

Take-Two game rating toughened on topless feature (Reuters)
Reuters - A popular fantasy role-playing video game co-published by Take-Two Interactive Software had its rating toughened due to excessive gore and the discovery that female characters could appear topless, the industry's content-ratings body said on Wednesday.

Microsoft switches to own online ad broker service (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it switched to its own online ad brokering service called adCenter, so advertisers can directly place ads on the software maker's search sites instead of going through Yahoo Inc.

House panel approves bill to ban cyber-gambling (Reuters)
A view of the Capitol building. A House of Representatives subcommittee on Wednesday approved a bill that would ban Internet gambling, estimated to be a 6.5 billion pound industry. (Larry Downing/Reuters)Reuters - A House of Representatives subcommittee on Wednesday approved a bill that would ban Internet gambling, estimated to be a $12 billion industry.


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Red Hot Chili Peppers angered by Internet leak (Reuters)
Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis (R) and bassist 'Flea' perform in Bilbao, April 18, 2006. The Chili Peppers have lashed out at a music pirate who leaked the funk-rock band's upcoming album onto the Internet, and urged fans not to download it illegally. (Vincent West/Reuters)Reuters - The Red Hot Chili Peppers have lashed out at a music pirate who leaked the funk-rock band's upcoming album onto the Internet, and urged fans not to download it illegally.


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Tepid interest seen for next-generation DVDs in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - A survey of high-volume DVD users by online DVD trading company Peerflix Inc. on Wednesday showed that about one in five may buy high-definition DVD players or discs in 2006.

Film piracy costs Hollywood $6.1 bln--study (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 - Hollywood's major movie studios lost $6.1 billion in revenues in 2005 to illegal videos, DVDs and Internet downloads, or about 75 percent higher than previous estimates, the studios' representative said.


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Online Game to Allow ATM Withdrawals (AP)
AP - Who said you can't make any money playing video games? The makers of the online sci-fi game "Entropia Universe" have come up with a way to let players withdraw the virtual cash they've amassed in the game as real money from select ATM machines.

EFF Honors Craigslist, Wikipedia Founders (AP)
AP - The founders of two popular Web sites and a nonprofit advocacy organization are recipients of the annual Pioneer Awards from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Company Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Yahoo (AP)
In this April 18, 2006, file photo, a Yahoo billboard in downtown San Francisco is shown. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - A Yahoo Inc. advertiser has accused the Internet search engine of fraud, saying its ads have been appearing in spyware and "typosquatter" Web sites that take advantage of misspelled trademarks.


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Papers' Web Sites Feature Outside Blogs (AP)
AP - The Web sites of dozens of newspapers are starting to feature outside blog postings on travel, health and other topics in a further blurring of the line separating traditional and new media.

Intel Corp. makes "holistic" push to boost PC use (Reuters)
Students work with computers at a media centre in Hanoi, April 19, 2006. Intel will expand its effort to provide inexpensive computers and promote WiMax broadband Internet service in developing countries with a $1 billion 'holistic' push to increase computer usage, chief executive Paul Otellini said on Wednesday. (Kham/Reuters)Reuters - Intel Corp will expand its effort to provide inexpensive computers and promote WiMax broadband Internet service in developing countries with a $1 billion "holistic" push to increase computer usage, chief executive Paul Otellini said on Wednesday.


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