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Microsoft Preps New Version of Windows CE (AP)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Director at Berkshire Hathaway, contemplates his hand of Warren Buffett cards as he plays bridge with Berkshire Hathaway shareholders during the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb., Sunday, May 7, 2006.(AP Photo/Nati  Harnik)AP - While Microsoft Corp. has been beset by delays in its new operating system for personal computers, developers quietly have been working on a new version of another Windows, this one found in everything from sewing machines to sophisticated cell phones.


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Sony, Microsoft face off at video game show (Reuters)
Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 is displayed in Chiba, Japan September 16, 2005. This year, Sony Corp. must prove it's not 'game over' against Microsoft Corp. At the biggest video game show of the year, Sony, which has dominated the console market with its PlayStation 2, must show gamers reason to wait six more months for its PS3, even though Microsoft's next-generation Xbox 360 already sits temptingly on stores shelves. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - This year, Sony Corp. must prove it's not "game over" against Microsoft Corp.


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Microsoft to bolster CRM with new European partner (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - In an effort to bolster its place in the SMB market for CRM applications, Microsoft will partner with Neocase Software, an ISV with 14 years of experience in customer service solutions.

Quest Software: Hugging Microsoft (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - What's good for Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL - News) is good for Quest Software (Nasdaq: QSFT - News). You see, a big part of Quest's business is building products that help manage Oracle products. And with Oracle's growth picking up, that should help Quest grow.

Microsoft, SAP sing praises of Duet (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft and SAP made good last week on a long-standing promise with "Duet," an integration of Microsoft's ubiquitous Office productivity suite and SAP's software.

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 Preps New Version of Windows CE (AP)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Director at Berkshire Hathaway, contemplates his hand of Warren Buffett cards as he plays bridge with Berkshire Hathaway shareholders during the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb., Sunday, May 7, 2006.(AP Photo/Nati  Harnik)AP - While Microsoft Corp. has been beset by delays in its new operating system for personal computers, developers quietly have been working on a new version of another Windows, this one found in everything from sewing machines to sophisticated cell phones.


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Playstation 3 to Have Two Price Points (AP)
The Sony Playstation 3 console and its new controller is shown in this picture afterthe Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. 2006 E3 media event at Sony Studios in Culver City, Calif., Monday, May 8, 2006. The The new controller, which looks similar to the one for the older PlayStation 2 but adds motion sensors to detect six degrees of movement.There will be two versions: one sporting a 20 gigabyte hard drive for $499 and another with a 60 gigabyte drive for $100 more. Officials said they would have 4 million units ready by the end of 2006 and another 6 million by March 31, 2007. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Sony Corp. will launch its new PlayStation 3 console in November, in two versions aimed at keeping the company's dominance in gaming.


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Warner Bros. to Distribute Films on Web (AP)
AP - Warner Bros. will become the first major studio to distribute its films and TV shows over the Internet using peer-to-peer technology developed by BitTorrent Inc., the home of a popular tool for trading pirated copies of movies.

Beatles Lose Suit Against Apple Computer (AP)
An Apple computer on display in the window of the Apple shop in Regent Street, London Monday May, 8, 2006.  It was ruled at the High Court, London that the computer company can still use the Apple name and logo on its iPods and iTunes, after a failed court action against it by The Beatles company Apple Corps Ltd. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - A long and winding legal road took another twist for the Beatles' record company Monday, when a British judge ruled that Apple Computer Inc. is entitled to use the apple logo on its iTunes Music Store.


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AT&T to Sell Satellite Broadband Service (AP)
AP - AT&T Inc. plans to expand its high-speed Internet offerings by selling satellite-based access to customers in rural areas who can't be reached by broadband over phone lines.

Warner Bros. to sell movies via BitTorrent (Reuters)
A screenshot of BitTorrent.com, taken on May 9, 2006. Warner Bros.'s video unit on Tuesday unveiled plans to sell movies and television shows to BitTorrent Inc. for legal downloads from the Web site that was once blamed for aiding the swapping of illegally copied films and programs. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Bros.'s video unit on Tuesday unveiled plans to sell movies and television shows to BitTorrent Inc. for legal downloads from the Web site that was once blamed for aiding the swapping of illegally copied films and programs.


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Computer game-makers flood major US trade show with new creations (AFP)
Visitors try out Nintendo games at a trade fair in Germany. Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft are set to unleash their latest video game offerings as they battle it out at a premier showcase of new products in the 25-billion-dollar global gaming market(AFP/DDP/File/Jens Schlueter)AFP - Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft are set to unleash their latest video game offerings as they battle it out at a premier showcase of new products in the 25-billion-dollar global gaming market.


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Sprint Nextel Ready To Spin Off Embarq To Focus On Wireless (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - As Sprint Nextel gets ready next week to spin off its wireline local phone business named Embarq, its faster-growing wireless business has hit a bump in the road.

Iona launches open source ESB (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - A new open source ESB (enterprise service bus) from Iona will help companies integrate departmental applications for SOAs (service-oriented architectures) and Web services deployments, according to Iona Technologies, which is sponsoring the project.

US 'botmaster' jailed for nearly 5 years for computer hacking (AFP)
Skull and crossbones above a keyboard.  A US computer hacker was jailed for nearly five years for hijacking around 400,000 computers, including military servers, and infecting them with malicious software.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - A US computer hacker was jailed for nearly five years for hijacking around 400,000 computers, including military servers, and infecting them with malicious software.


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Warner Bros. to Distribute Films on Web (AP)
AP - Warner Bros. will become the first major studio to distribute its films and TV shows over the Internet using peer-to-peer technology developed by BitTorrent Inc., the home of a popular tool for trading pirated copies of movies.

Warner Bros. to sell movies via BitTorrent (Reuters)
A screenshot of BitTorrent.com, taken on May 9, 2006. Warner Bros.'s video unit on Tuesday unveiled plans to sell movies and television shows to BitTorrent Inc. for legal downloads from the Web site that was once blamed for aiding the swapping of illegally copied films and programs. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Bros.'s video unit on Tuesday unveiled plans to sell movies and television shows to BitTorrent Inc. for legal downloads from the Web site that was once blamed for aiding the swapping of illegally copied films and programs.


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C-Span Asks Web Sites to Pull Colbert Clip (AP)
AP - Political comedy often is intended to stir controversy, but this doesn't usually involve broadcasting rights and the public affairs network C-SPAN.

AT&T to Sell Satellite Broadband Service (AP)
AP - AT&T Inc. plans to expand its high-speed Internet offerings by selling satellite-based access to customers in rural areas who can't be reached by broadband over phone lines.

Beatles Lose Suit Against Apple Computer (AP)
An Apple computer on display in the window of the Apple shop in Regent Street, London Monday May, 8, 2006.  It was ruled at the High Court, London that the computer company can still use the Apple name and logo on its iPods and iTunes, after a failed court action against it by The Beatles company Apple Corps Ltd. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - A long and winding legal road took another twist for the Beatles' record company Monday, when a British judge ruled that Apple Computer Inc. is entitled to use the apple logo on its iTunes Music Store.


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"Botmaster" gets nearly five years in prison (Reuters)
Reuters - A 20-year-old who prosecutors say highjacked computers to damage computer networks and send waves of spam across the Internet was sentenced on Monday to nearly five years in prison.

Big Networks Differ On Best Use Of 'Third Screen' (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The growing availability of digital content on broadcasters' Web sites may be the most significant trend in TV programming this season. Here's the twist: In an industry often known for its copycatting, the major networks are approaching the so-called "third screen" from surprisingly different angles.

TV Tidbits: Notes of Interest (Mediaweek.com)
Mediaweek.com - The sale of Warner Bros. sitcom Two and a Half Men in off-network syndication and cable, which debuts in fall 2007, will include the incentive to stream five episodes of the sitcom each week on their own websites, and free to their viewers. The online episodes (which will consist of the previous week's five aired episodes in syndication) will run on an advertiser-supported basis, with Warner Bros. and the local stations and cable network sharing the barter time.

Yahoo Builds a Better Advertising Platform (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Businesses looking to cash in on the opportunities associated with online marketing might soon receive better help from Yahoo thanks to the company's revamped search advertising program.

Yahoo to roll out new advertising search engine (AFP)
This handout photo shows Building D at the Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.  US Internet group Yahoo said it was launching a new version of its search engine for advertisers to help businesses connect more easily with customers.(AFP/HO/File/Brian McGuiness)AFP - US Internet group Yahoo said it was launching a new version of its search engine for advertisers to help businesses connect more easily with customers.


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