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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 and Qualcomm Partner on Smartphone Tech (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - If it has always been your dream to easily edit Word documents without lugging around your laptop, you might be in luck thanks to a new partnership between Microsoft and Qualcomm that aims to vastly improve the capabilities of smartphones.

Microsoft Preps Critical Windows Patches (PC World)
PC World - Software giant will also release fixes for Exchange flaws as part of patch Tuesday.

Gates Doesn't Want to Be Richest Man (AP)
Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates is interviewed by CNBC's Donny Deutsch at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Wash. on Wednesday, May 3, 2006. Most people probably dream of being the world's richest person except, perhaps, the man himself. Microsoft co-founder Gates told an online advertising conference that he'd prefer not to be the richest person in the world. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - Most people probably dream of being the world's richest person — except, perhaps, the man himself.


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Microsoft goes after search ads hard (USATODAY.com)
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)USATODAY.com - Look out Google and Yahoo, Microsoft is getting very serious about search. The software giant rented Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners, Thursday night to fete 700 online advertisers. The pitch: Buy more MSN Search ads. Yet Microsoft's search engine drives just 13.2% of online searches.


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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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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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Parents Demand NYC Schools End Phone Ban (AP)
A man is seen using a cell phone in an undated photo. Not many people use their cell phone to buy movie tickets, watch videos or play games, but a significant number of Americans are interested in doing just that. REUTERS/Will BurgessAP - A growing number of parents, teachers and city lawmakers are demanding that the New York City school system reverse its longtime ban on students' cell phones inside school buildings.


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AOL to Offer AIM Users Free Phone Numbers (AP)
AOL Time Warner headquarters at the Rockefeller Center in New York. US entertainment giant Time Warner Inc. has reported a 59-percent rise in first-quarter net earnings thanks to strength in its cable operations.(AFP/File/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - AOL is set to offer its instant-messaging users a free phone number to use for incoming calls, and for a fee, the ability to call regular phones from the software.


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Pixar Holders OK Takeover by Disney (AP)
In this Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006 file photo, a television photographer shoots the front entrance of Pixar Animation Studios Inc. headquarters in Emeryville, Calif. Pixar is holding its shareholders meeting in San Francisco to vote on the Disney merger. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - Shareholders of Pixar Animation Studios Inc. Friday voted to approve the company's acquisition by The Walt Disney Co. for $7.4 billion in stock.


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Consoles Going Online at Video Game Expo (AP)
Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 is displayed in Chiba, east of Tokyo September 16, 2005. While most gamers are heading into the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) hoping to view the latest and greatest in video games and consoles, a key subplot will be Sony Corp.'s plan to use the PlayStation 3, the newest version of its market-leading video game console due late this year, to get its Blu-ray high-definition DVD standard into homes. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - The new generation of video game consoles from Sony Corp., Nintendo Co. and Microsoft Corp. have more than zippy processors and flashy graphics in common: They're also getting serious about online services.


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Judges Challenge Internet Wiretap Rules (AP)
AP - A U.S. appeals panel sharply challenged the Bush administration Friday over new rules making it easier for police and the FBI to wiretap Internet phone calls. A judge said the government's courtroom arguments were "gobbledygook."

Video games a key battlefield in DVD war (Reuters)
Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 is displayed in Chiba, east of Tokyo September 16, 2005. While most gamers are heading into the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) hoping to view the latest and greatest in video games and consoles, a key subplot will be Sony Corp.'s plan to use the PlayStation 3, the newest version of its market-leading video game console due late this year, to get its Blu-ray high-definition DVD standard into homes. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - A major video game conference next week could prove pivotal for a multibillion dollar war over high-definition DVD standards brewing in Hollywood.


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Heavy Demand Helps Cellular Carrier Ring Up Big Sales (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - A pocket-sized symbol of change in China's vast struggle to cultivate a capitalist/communist economy: wireless cellular handsets.

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.

Open Text Shares Fall on Earnings (AP)
AP - Open Text Corp. shares fell Friday, as a slew of surprised analysts downgraded their ratings and targets on the management software company after it posted disappointing results in the latest quarter.

Judges Challenge Internet Wiretap Rules (AP)
AP - A U.S. appeals panel sharply challenged the Bush administration Friday over new rules making it easier for police and the FBI to wiretap Internet phone calls. A judge said the government's courtroom arguments were "gobbledygook."

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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Pearl Jam rocks New York with special shows (Reuters)
Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder performs at the Avalon Theatre in Hollywood, September 13, 2004. Pearl Jam stuck around Thursday night after taping a song for CBS' 'The Late Show With David Letterman' to play a 10-song set inside New York's Ed Sullivan Theater for members of its fan club. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - Pearl Jam stuck around Thursday night after taping a song for CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" to play a 10-song set inside New York's Ed Sullivan Theater for members of its fan club. The performance was cybercast on the "Late Show" Web site and featured six tracks from Pearl Jam's just-released new self-titled album.


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Nevada launching Web site for Canada drug imports (Reuters)
A customer shops for medicine at a Portland, Oregon drugstore, July 31, 2005. Over objections by the FDA, Nevadans will be able to buy prescription drugs from Canada over the Internet starting next week, a spokesman for Gov. Kenny Guinn said on Friday. (Richard Clement/Reuters)Reuters - Over objections by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Nevadans will be able to buy prescription drugs from Canada over the Internet starting next week, a spokesman for Gov. Kenny Guinn said on Friday.


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Going 3D: Cinema Ads Leap Off Screen To Phones, Web (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - A 15-year-old walks into the movie theater, iPod in one pocket and download-ready cell phone in the other. He's greeted with a James Blunt tune echoing throughout the lobby sound system, with instructions on where to go online to download the song or buy a ring tone. He gets to his seat, and before the movie starts, he plays an on-screen interactive trivia game via text message. For each answer he sends back, he'll get a new question, via text, in return. And if he answers enough correctly, he might even win a free bag of popcorn.

Court skeptical of FCC on broadband wiretap access (Reuters)
A man is seen maintaining Internet servers in an undated photo. U.S. telecommunications regulators on Friday faced tough questioning from a federal appeals court about whether the government can force broadband Internet service providers to give law enforcement authorities access for surveillance purposes. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. telecommunications regulators on Friday faced tough questioning from a federal appeals court about whether the government can force broadband Internet service providers to give law enforcement authorities access for surveillance purposes.


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AOL Dials Up Free Phone-to-PC Service (PC World)
PC World - Online giant offers free phone numbers to 41 million AIM users, and readies its own MySpace.com rival.

Consoles Going Online at Video Game Expo (AP)
Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 is displayed in Chiba, east of Tokyo September 16, 2005. While most gamers are heading into the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) hoping to view the latest and greatest in video games and consoles, a key subplot will be Sony Corp.'s plan to use the PlayStation 3, the newest version of its market-leading video game console due late this year, to get its Blu-ray high-definition DVD standard into homes. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)AP - The new generation of video game consoles from Sony Corp., Nintendo Co. and Microsoft Corp. have more than zippy processors and flashy graphics in common: They're also getting serious about online services.


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Review: Linksys Wireless-G Travel Router (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Linksys Wireless-G Travel Router is designed to make it easy for multiple devices to share a single broadband connection. The router is targeted at people who want to share their access with friends and coworkers at hotels, airports, coffeehouses, and other broadband-enabled venues. The device also can function as a wireless home network router or access point whenever it returns from the road.

You'll drink to this: Our new blog (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - With summer on the horizon and wine lovers beginning their search for bargain bottles that can be enjoyed for a season's worth of casual entertaining, now seems like a good time to announce a new feature at USA TODAY.

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