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Google CEO sees "limitless growth" (Reuters)
Eric Schmidt, Google Chief Financial Officer, speaks to the media at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, May 10, 2006. Google faces mounting competition in the Internet search advertising market, but expects such battles to drive up prices and increase revenues across the entire industry. (Kimberly White/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc., facing mounting competition in the Internet search advertising market from Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc., expects that rivalry to drive up prices and increase its revenue, Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday.


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Google Introduces New Products for Users (AP)
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, right, and Larry Page speak with reporters during Googles Press Day on Wednesday, May 10, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif. Executives discussed the release of Desktop 4, a file-search utility, during Wednesdays event. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)AP - Google Inc. on Wednesday fired another salvo aimed at maintaining the lead in Internet search while making its software more accessible outside Web browsers in its ongoing duel with rivals Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc.


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Calif. man pleads guilty to Xbox tampering (Reuters)
In this photo provided by XBOX, Jenny McCarthy reacts as she games with fans worldwide as part of the latest XBOX Live 'Game With Fame' session at the E3 convention in Los Angeles, Wednesday, May 10, 2006. McCarthy is the first of several celebrities playing XBOX Live during the three-day Electronic Entertainment Expo. (AP Photo/XBOX, Rene Macura)Reuters - A co-owner of a Hollywood video game store that caters to celebrity clients on Wednesday pleaded guilty to participating in a conspiracy to violate federal copyright laws by selling Xbox video game consoles modified to play pirated games.


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Google introduces updated desktop, other products (Reuters)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London, in this August 13, 2004 file photo. Google Inc.  (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. introduced an upgraded version of its Google Desktop software that incorporates a variety of other Google applications, marking stepped-up competition with Microsoft Corp.'s Windows software.


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Microsoft banks on online service to hook gamers (Reuters)
Peter Moore, corporate vice president of the Interactive Entertainment Business for Microsoft, at the 2006 E3 Expo in Los Angeles, May 10, 2006. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is working to lengthen its lead in not-yet-profitable online console gaming to reel in new gamers and revenue as rivals just begin to lay out their plans to challenge the software giant.


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Novell Pitches Microsoft Desktop Alternative (PC World)
PC World - Open-source desktop suite includes OpenOffice business productivity apps and GroupWise collaboration tools.

Bill Gates pitches "anywhere" gaming (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses the audience at the Microsoft Xbox 360 2006 E3 media event in Hollywood, May 9, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates visited the world's largest video game expo on Tuesday to sell a new vision of "anywhere" gaming that would link video game consoles, cell phones and computers.


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Gates' New Vision: 'Anywhere Gaming' (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates visited the world's largest video game expo on Tuesday to sell a new vision of "anywhere" gaming that would link video game consoles, cell phones and computers.

Microsoft Announces Online Gaming Service (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Bill Gates announces Microsoft's new 'Live Anywhere' initiative, designed to link user's mobile phones, XBox 360s, and personal computers during a presentation of new software and hardware for their XBox 360 consoles at the 2006 E3 electronics expo in Hollywood, Calif., Tuesday, May 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Lucas Jackson)AP - Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates on Tuesday announced a cross-platform gaming service that integrates games played on cell phones, Xbox 360 consoles and the upcoming Windows Vista operating system.


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Xbox 360 HD DVD player due for holidays (Reuters)
The Xbox 360 HD DVD player is unveiled to the audience at the Microsoft XBox 360 2006 E3 media event in Hollywood May 9, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will release an HD DVD player for its Xbox 360 video game machine in time for the 2006 holiday season and will have 10 million of its next-generation consoles to market before its rivals debut their new systems, company executives said on Tuesday.


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New Sony service hints to PS3 strategy (Reuters)
A screenshot from the game 'Gran Turismo HD' for the Playstation 3 at the Sony Computer Entertainment 2006 E3 media event near Los Angeles, May 8, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) has revealed little about its upcoming PlayStation 3 online service to rival Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox Live, but an upcoming offering from the Japanese giant's online game division may hint at its direction.


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Microsoft banks on online service to hook gamers (Reuters)
Peter Moore, corporate vice president of the Interactive Entertainment Business for Microsoft, at the 2006 E3 Expo in Los Angeles, May 10, 2006. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is working to lengthen its lead in not-yet-profitable online console gaming to reel in new gamers and revenue as rivals just begin to lay out their plans to challenge the software giant.


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Video games' impact on US economy $18 bln: study (Reuters)
Chris Stewart (L), Rando Hooper (C) and Jack King of the video game news and reviews web site bluealien.org make their way past video game advertisements at the annual E3 Convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center May 9, 2006. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - The video game industry, which supported 144,000 full-time jobs and accounted for more than $8 billion in game sales in 2004, had an $18 billion impact on the U.S. economy that year, according to a new study to be released on Wednesday.


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DoCoMo plans music download service in June: paper (Reuters)
Reuters - NTT DoCoMo Inc. (9437.T), Japan's largest mobile phone operator, plans to launch a music download service as early as June to compete with rival KDDI Corp.'s (9433.T) popular version, the Nihon Keizai business daily reported on Thursday. The paper said DoCoMo will offer thousands of songs for about 300 yen ($2.70) each, similar to the price offered by KDDI's "au" mobile unit.

Google CEO sees "limitless growth" (Reuters)
Eric Schmidt, Google Chief Financial Officer, speaks to the media at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, May 10, 2006. Google faces mounting competition in the Internet search advertising market, but expects such battles to drive up prices and increase revenues across the entire industry. (Kimberly White/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. , facing mounting competition in the Internet search advertising market from Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. , expects that rivalry to drive up prices and increase its revenue, Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday.


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Internet Agency Rejects '.xxx' Domain Name (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** President of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Paul Twomey of Australia listening during a meeting in Kram, Tunisia, Nov. 17, 2005. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - Faced with opposition from conservative groups and some pornography Web sites, the Internet's key oversight agency voted Wednesday to reject a proposal to create a red-light district on the Internet.


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Fusion of Hollywood films and video games at premier trade show (AFP)
Visitors test new games at the Playstation 3 display at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Hollywood glamour and video game thrills united to entrance the thousands of hard-core gamers that crammed the world's premier computer trade show(AFP/Robyn Beck)AFP - Hollywood glamour and video game thrills united to entrance the thousands of hard-core gamers that crammed the world's premier computer trade show here.


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NEC profit drops 84 percent, sees recovery (Reuters)
A Japanese model displays NEC Corp's concept model of a laptop computer with an exclusive stand at the WPC Expo 2005 in Tokyo in this October 26, 2005 file photo. On May 11, 2006, NEC posted an 84 percent fall in annual profit, hurt by its struggling mobile phone and chip operations, but it forecast a recovery this year. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Japan's NEC Corp. posted an 84 percent fall in annual profit on Thursday, hurt by its struggling mobile phone and chip operations, but it forecast a recovery this year.


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Gosling: Java source code already available (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Anyone looking for Sun Microsystems to relinquish control of Java to the open source community or to join the Eclipse Foundation is likely to be disappointed, based on Java guru James Gosling's perspectives on these issues.

Adobe aims to ease AJAX programming (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Adobe Systems on Thursday will debut technology intended to make AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) programming easier for Web designers.

Google CEO sees "limitless growth" (Reuters)
Eric Schmidt, Google Chief Financial Officer, speaks to the media at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, May 10, 2006. Google faces mounting competition in the Internet search advertising market, but expects such battles to drive up prices and increase revenues across the entire industry. (Kimberly White/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc., facing mounting competition in the Internet search advertising market from Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc., expects that rivalry to drive up prices and increase its revenue, Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday.


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Internet Agency Rejects '.xxx' Domain Name (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** President of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Paul Twomey of Australia listening during a meeting in Kram, Tunisia, Nov. 17, 2005. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - Faced with opposition from conservative groups and some pornography Web sites, the Internet's key oversight agency voted Wednesday to reject a proposal to create a red-light district on the Internet.


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Google Introduces New Products for Users (AP)
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, right, and Larry Page speak with reporters during Googles Press Day on Wednesday, May 10, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif. Executives discussed the release of Desktop 4, a file-search utility, during Wednesdays event. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)AP - Google Inc. on Wednesday fired another salvo aimed at maintaining the lead in Internet search while making its software more accessible outside Web browsers in its ongoing duel with rivals Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc.


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New Sony service hints to PS3 strategy (Reuters)
A screenshot from the game 'Gran Turismo HD' for the Playstation 3 at the Sony Computer Entertainment 2006 E3 media event near Los Angeles, May 8, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. has revealed little about its upcoming PlayStation 3 online service to rival Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox Live, but an upcoming offering from the Japanese giant's online game division may hint at its direction.


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France Set To Vote on iTunes DRM (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Lawmakers in France are set to vote this week on a bill that would sever Apple's exclusive connection between iTunes and iPods. But members of that country's senate are also considering an amendment to the bill that would allow Apple to negotiate deals with record labels rather than force the company to open iTunes to competitors.

Ex-Google Advertiser Sues Over Settlement (AP)
Radiator.com director of Internet marketing John Thys checks his company's inventory in Benicia, Calif. on Wednesday May 3, 2006.  Thys can't figure out how much his company has paid Google Inc. for bogus sales referrals, but he's convinced the Internet search king should be refunding a lot more money than what's being offered in a proposed class-action settlement affecting thousands of advertisers nationwide. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)AP - A former Google Inc. advertiser sued Wednesday to block a proposed $90 million class-action settlement, arguing the amount grossly understates how much the online search engine leader has benefited from a ruse known as "click fraud."


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Yahoo Program Courts Home Buyers, Sellers (AP)
The Yahoo Inc. headquarters in Sunnyvale, California is seen in this undated file photo. Yahoo is set to introduce on May 8, 2006 a long-delayed upgrade to its Web search advertising system, setting the stage for a face off with Web search leader Google Inc. later this year. REUTERS/ FileAP - Some homes for sale will soon sport a new detail on their lawn signs — a code that will link prospective buyers to details about the property when entered into a Yahoo search page.


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Female Chat Names Generate More Threats (AP)
AP - Next time you chat online, think twice about your screen name. A new study finds that using a female screen name like Cathy, Melissa or Stephanie is more likely to elicit threatening and sexually explicit messages.

Review: Google Takes Strides With Desktop (AP)
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, right, and Larry Page speak with reporters Wednesday, May 10, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif. Executives discussed the release of Desktop 4, a file-search utility, during Wednesdays event. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)AP - A lot of people seem to believe that Google Inc. can rule any market segment it wants. Hype meters have gone haywire assessing the search company's expansion into such far-flung fields as financial news and wireless Internet connectivity.


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Unison leads bids for air-ground wireless airwaves (Reuters)
Reuters - Unison Spectrum LLC led the early bidding on Wednesday in the U.S. sale of wireless airwaves that would let companies offer Internet access and other communications services aboard commercial airplanes.

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