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Microsoft Boasts Search Engine Progress (AP)
Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, speaks about connectivity during the Strategic Account Summit at the Microsoft Corp. headquarters May 4, 2006 in a Redmond, Wash. file photo. First-quarter earnings have been surprisingly strong, and corporate America is on pace for its 16th straight quarter of double-digit profit growth. (AP Photo/Kevin P. Casey, File)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 Points The Way To Anna Kournikova (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A new service from Microsoft maps the favorite haunts of celebrities.

OpenDocument Plug-In Ready For Microsoft Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The OpenDocument Foundation says it has a plug-in that will add full support for the OpenDocument Format in Microsoft Office, but the plug-in is not yet publicly available.

Microsoft Builds Bridges To PLM (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Expect UGS Corp.'s product lifecycle management (PLM) software to integrate with Microsoft Office 2007 when Microsoft Corp. begins shipping the product in the fall.

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 Plans Three Patches Next Week (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Two of the trio affect Windows, while the third will resolve one or more issues in the Microsoft Exchange mail server software.

Microsoft: Users May Have To Prove Legal Windows Use (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is piloting an opt-in notification service for its Windows Genuine Advantage online verification program in the U.S., which may make it mandatory for users to get Automatic Update or Windows Update Rights.

Imaging Know-How Could Boost Microsoft Applications (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's buy of Vexcel, a specialist in imagery, remote sensing and "photogrammetry", was overshadowed by the near-simultaneous acquisition of Massive, but it may be the more interesting move.

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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Poll: 4 in 10 Play Electronic Games (AP)
AP - Millions of people in this country don't automatically reach for the television remote control when they want to be entertained. They turn to electronic games for diversion.

Bush Tells Grads to Use Technology Wisely (AP)
President Bush gestures as he delivers the commencement at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Okla., Saturday, May 6, 2006.  (AP Photo)AP - President Bush advised college graduates on Saturday to use technology but not become enslaved by it.


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Lab Aims to Make Items Disabled-Accessible (AP)
Brad Fain, a Georgia Tech senior research scientist, demonstrates Tuesday, April 11, 2006, the mock up cockpit of a SH 26 Super Seasprite helicopter from the Royal Australian Navy that was used to design ergonomic instrumentation to aide the pilots at the research lab on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta. About half the department's work is dedicated to finding better ways for the disabled to use everyday items. (AP Photo/Ric Feld)AP - It was created during the Cold War to conduct tests for the military, but now a Georgia Tech lab has a much more grounded mission: To find ways to make everyday items more accessible to disabled people.


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NYC Fires Employee for Surfing the Web (AP)
AP - Despite a judge's recommendation that he only receive a reprimand, a city worker accused of disregarding warnings to stay off the Internet at work has been fired.

Parents Demand NYC Schools End Phone Ban (AP)
AP - 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.

Eagle nest webcam a huge hit (AFP)
In this undated image taken from Douglas Carrick's webcam, two bald eagles guard their nest and eggs at Hornby Island in the western coast of Canada. For weeks, the camera pointed at a nest has streamed their life to as many as 10 million Internet watchers each day, becoming one of the world's most popular websites.(AFP/HO)AFP - After the last egg of a suddenly famous family of bald eagles vanished before a worldwide Internet audience, a Canadian conservationist has begun setting up more wildlife Internet cameras.


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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.

OpenDocument Plug-In Ready For Microsoft Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The OpenDocument Foundation says it has a plug-in that will add full support for the OpenDocument Format in Microsoft Office, but the plug-in is not yet publicly available.

Eagle nest webcam a huge hit (AFP)
In this undated image taken from Douglas Carrick's webcam, two bald eagles guard their nest and eggs at Hornby Island in the western coast of Canada. For weeks, the camera pointed at a nest has streamed their life to as many as 10 million Internet watchers each day, becoming one of the world's most popular websites.(AFP/HO)AFP - After the last egg of a suddenly famous family of bald eagles vanished before a worldwide Internet audience, a Canadian conservationist has begun setting up more wildlife Internet cameras.


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Former CIA officer Plame signs book deal: Web site (Reuters)
Former CIA agent Valerie Plame is shown at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington April 29, 2006. Plame, whose identity was disclosed in a press leak that touched off a federal probe, has signed a book deal worth more than $2.5 million, a publishing industry Web site said on Saturday. (Hyungwon Kang/Reuters)Reuters - Former CIA operative Valerie Plame, whose identity was disclosed in a press leak that touched off a federal probe, has signed a book deal worth more than $2.5 million, a publishing industry Web site said on Saturday.


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Two killed four injured in two blasts at China internet cafes (AFP)
A woman smokes a cigarette as she surfs the web in an Internet cafe in Beijing.(AFP/File/Peter Parks)AFP - At least two people have been killed and four injured in explosions at two Internet cafes just 10 metres (yards) apart in Hefei.


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Microsoft Boasts Search Engine Progress (AP)
Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, speaks about connectivity during the Strategic Account Summit at the Microsoft Corp. headquarters May 4, 2006 in a Redmond, Wash. file photo. First-quarter earnings have been surprisingly strong, and corporate America is on pace for its 16th straight quarter of double-digit profit growth. (AP Photo/Kevin P. Casey, File)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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NYC Fires Employee for Surfing the Web (AP)
AP - Despite a judge's recommendation that he only receive a reprimand, a city worker accused of disregarding warnings to stay off the Internet at work has been fired.

China to have 60 million bloggers by end of 2006 (Reuters)
Chinese people look at computer screens at an internet cafe in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu province, April 26, 2006. Blogging is booming in China with the number of bloggers expected to hit 60 million by the end of this year. (Sean Yong/Reuters)Reuters - Blogging is booming in China with the number of bloggers expected to hit 60 million by the end of this year.


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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."

Judge Calls FCC's Internet Wiretapping Arguments 'Gobbledygook' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The FCC is in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals, attempting to justify its requirement that broadband and Internet telephony providers need to comply with U.S. wiretap laws to permit government surveillance.

Yahoo Hit With Second Spyware Click Fraud Suit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Another Web site has filed a class-action suit against Yahoo, adding a second filing to the original that accused the portal of using spyware to distribute ads.

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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