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Ballmer Boasts of Search Engine Progress (AP)
Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, speaks about connectivity during the Strategic Account Summit at the Microsoft Corp. headquarters, Thursday May 4, 2006 in Redmond, Wash.  It's been two years since Ballmer conceded at an online advertising conference that his company erred in not developing its own search engine, a move he called 'the thing I feel worst about over the last few years.' (AP Photo/Kevin P. Casey)AP - Two years after conceding his company erred in failing to develop its own search engine, Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer boasted Thursday of progress in fighting industry leaders Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Microsoft Acquires Massive (AP)
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)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday that it had acquired Massive Inc., a company that inserts advertising into video games, and will work to use Massive's technology for other online products.


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Microsoft Considering Yahoo Investment? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - According to a report in the Wall Street Journal earlier this week, a group of Microsoft executives have been pushing a radical idea that would have Redmond buy an equity stake in Yahoo.

Microsoft, Qualcomm in smart phone pact (Reuters)
Steve Ballmer, chief executive of Microsoft Corporation makes a speech during an IT security conference in Berlin April 25, 2006. Microsoft Corp. and Qualcomm Inc. said on Thursday they were joining forces on next-generation smart phones. (Arnd WIegmann/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it struck a deal to enable its Windows Mobile operating system to work on Qualcomm Inc.'s mobile phone chips, a move seen as helping it gain headway in the wireless business.


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Microsoft Targets Google, Yahoo With Online Ad Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - AdCenter is a new online service where advertisers can buy space across Microsoft's Web properties MSN and Windows Live.

Microsoft CEO sees Web services as top R&D priority (Reuters)
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer speaks at the seventh annual MSN Strategic Account Summit in Redmond, Washington on May 4, 2006. (Microsoft/Robert Sorbo/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to double spending on research and development at its MSN Internet unit as the company focuses on software services, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday.


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Microsoft, Qualcomm Team Up On Smartphones (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and Qualcomm announced Thursday that they will team up to aggressively go after the next generation of smartphones.

Microsoft Opens adCenter for Business (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Business owners and buyers and sellers of all things, take note: Microsoft is now officially open for business in the U.S. -- to sell advertising. On Thursday, the software giant announced the formal launch of Microsoft adCenter.

Can Open Source Defeat Microsoft? (NewsFactor)
File photo of Linux Expo in New York on January 23, 2003. Red Hat Inc., a distributor of open-source Linux software, said on Monday it will acquire open source middleware company JBoss for an initial $350 million. (Chip East/Reuters)NewsFactor - While Microsoft has had some 20 years to make Office what it is today, most industry analysts say that new open-source contenders, such as OpenOffice, measure up reasonably well against Redmond's suite. But they also say that while these suites do have most of the features of Microsoft Office, they lack certain advanced capabilities that make all the difference.


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Microsoft Chases Ad Revenue With AdCenter (PC World)
PC World - Software giant's new online advertising sales platform is similar to Google's AdWords.

Ballmer Boasts of Search Engine Progress (AP)
Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, speaks about connectivity during the Strategic Account Summit at the Microsoft Corp. headquarters, Thursday May 4, 2006 in Redmond, Wash.  It's been two years since Ballmer conceded at an online advertising conference that his company erred in not developing its own search engine, a move he called 'the thing I feel worst about over the last few years.' (AP Photo/Kevin P. Casey)AP - Two years after conceding his company erred in failing to develop its own search engine, Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer boasted Thursday of progress in fighting industry leaders Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Report: Hate Groups Use U.S. Net Servers (AP)
AP - Hate groups around the world, including Islamic militants, often use Internet servers based in the United States to send propaganda and instructions to followers, according to a report released Thursday by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

N.Y. Lawmaker Sues Google Over Child Porn (AP)
In this April 20, 2006, file photo, Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., is seen. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - A Long Island politician sued Google Inc. on Thursday claiming the search engine leader is profiting from illegal child pornography.


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Dell CEO Shrugs Off Recent Stock Tumbles (AP)
Dell founder Michael Dell at the Dell customer center in Manila, March 21, 2006. The company turned 22 this week with its stock price in a slump as investors fret about its future, but Michael Dell assured a big technology conference on Thursday the company's best days were not behind it. (Cheryl Ravelo/Reuters)AP - Dell Inc. founder and chairman Michael Dell, responding to concerns about his company's recent stock declines, said Thursday he remains confident in the direct-sales model that helped create the world's largest PC maker.


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BearShare to Pay $30M to Avoid Piracy Claim (AP)
AP - The operators of the BearShare online file-sharing service have agreed to pay $30 million to avoid potential copyright infringement lawsuits from the recording industry, according to court documents filed Thursday.

CBS launches entertainment Web site (Reuters)
A screenshot of CBS's new innertube website, taken on May 5, 2006. CBS Corp. has launched a Web site that will offer new programming as well as some of its existing TV shows, as competition intensifies between broadcasters and Internet firms such as Google Inc. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - CBS Corp. has launched a Web site that will offer new programming as well as some of its existing TV shows, as competition intensifies between broadcasters and Internet firms such as Google Inc..


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Del Toro presses play on "Sundown" game (Reuters)
Reuters - Mexican director Guillermo del Toro is helping to develop a video game in which players will have to survive an apocalypse that leaves a world infected with zombies and other potentially fatal horrors.

Nokia Partners with ATI on Mobile Multimedia (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Say good-bye to those antiquated Java-based games that come preinstalled on most mobile phones, and say hello to "Brothers in Arms" and "Black and White 2." That's the least of what smartphone users might be able to look forward to as a result of an announcement on Thursday from Nokia and ATI.

Java to get Linux boost (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Menlo Park, Calif. - Java development is expected to get a boost on Linux at the JavaOne conference in two weeks, with partnerships anticipated for including the Java Runtime Environment with Linux distributions, Sun officials said on Thursday.

McKesson quarterly revenue up, profit falls (Reuters)
Reuters - Drug wholesaler McKesson Corp. on Thursday reported quarterly revenue jumped 12 percent from a year ago, exceeding Wall Street estimates, helped by double-digit growth in its software business and increased demand for generic drugs.

CBS launches entertainment Web site (Reuters)
A screenshot of CBS's new innertube website, taken on May 5, 2006. CBS Corp. has launched a Web site that will offer new programming as well as some of its existing TV shows, as competition intensifies between broadcasters and Internet firms such as Google Inc. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - CBS Corp. has launched a Web site that will offer new programming as well as some of its existing TV shows, as competition intensifies between broadcasters and Internet firms such as Google Inc..


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EBay sees faster growth ahead, investors unmoved (Reuters)
Online auction company EBay Inc.'s Chief Executive Meg Whitman addresses a news conference in Brussels February 7, 2006. Whitman opened a meeting with Wall Street analysts on a bullish note on Thursday by promising faster growth and market share gains. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - EBay Inc. Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman on Thursday promised investors that faster growth and market share gains lay ahead, but left the company's near-term outlook unchanged as international sales growth slows and it steps up investments in new businesses.


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Ballmer Boasts of Search Engine Progress (AP)
Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, speaks about connectivity during the Strategic Account Summit at the Microsoft Corp. headquarters, Thursday May 4, 2006 in Redmond, Wash.  It's been two years since Ballmer conceded at an online advertising conference that his company erred in not developing its own search engine, a move he called 'the thing I feel worst about over the last few years.' (AP Photo/Kevin P. Casey)AP - Two years after conceding his company erred in failing to develop its own search engine, Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer boasted Thursday of progress in fighting industry leaders Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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N.Y. Lawmaker Sues Google Over Child Porn (AP)
In this April 20, 2006, file photo, Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., is seen. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - A Long Island politician sued Google Inc. on Thursday claiming the search engine leader is profiting from illegal child pornography.


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BearShare to Pay $30M to Avoid Piracy Claim (AP)
AP - The operators of the BearShare online file-sharing service have agreed to pay $30 million to avoid potential copyright infringement lawsuits from the recording industry, according to court documents filed Thursday.

Report: Hate Groups Use U.S. Net Servers (AP)
AP - Hate groups around the world, including Islamic militants, often use Internet servers based in the United States to send propaganda and instructions to followers, according to a report released Thursday by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

Cyberspace Running Out Of Room (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The growing popularity of connected smartphones, IPTV and other gadgets is eating up Internet real estate at a quick clip, and some think techies can expect cyberspace to run out of room.

Internet Brings Digital Revolution to Mapping (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Cartography could be undergoing a digital revolution, with neogeography, the practice of mixing online maps with blogs, gaining in popularity a recent report suggests.

John Lennon's Hangout Advertises His Table On eBay (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A cafwner is asking $50,000 on eBay for a table memorialized as John Lennon and Yoko Ono's favorite.

Spam vigilante spat knocks out blog services (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - A dispute between a mysterious Russian spammer and an Israeli antispam firm spilled over to the rest of the Internet on Wednesday, when denial of service attacks aimed at the Israeli firm's Web site knocked out servers that host millions of blogs.

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