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Google Not in Microsoft Crosshairs, Ballmer Claims (PC World)
PC World - But Microsoft CEO admits his company wants to replace Google as top Internet ad revenue recipient.

Microsoft CEO: catching Yahoo, Google to take time (Reuters)
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)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday he has a five-year target to gain a bigger slice of the lucrative online advertising market dominated by Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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EU regulators to accuse Microsoft of overcharging on software licences (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office.   The European Commission will soon formally tell Microsoft that the US software giant is charging too much for some of its Windows software licences, an EU source said.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - The European Commission will soon formally tell Microsoft that the US software giant is charging too much for some of its Windows software licences, an EU source said.


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DoCoMo 3G Phones Get Windows Media (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Japanese wireless operator NTT DoCoMo will use Microsoft's Windows Media technology on its next-generation mobile phones, enabling customers initially to play tunes on their handsets and, at some point down the line, video too.

Microsoft's Xbox 360 Add-On Strategy (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The video game universe expanded this week following the announcement on Tuesday by Bill Gates that Microsoft had developed a new cross-platform gaming service that will link its Xbox 360 gaming console with cell phones and Windows PCs.

Microsoft Rolls Out Beta of Windows Live Messenger (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Continuing its conversion of MSN software and services to the Windows Live platform, Microsoft has released a test version of Windows Live Messenger, the next generation of MSN Messenger.

Microsoft sides with Nintendo in fight vs Sony (Reuters)
Peter Moore, corporate vice president of the Interactive Entertainment Business for Microsoft, poses for Reuters at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles May 10, 2006. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. sided with rival Nintendo Co. Ltd. on Wednesday in the fight to unseat video game leader Sony Corp., saying many consumers will choose to buy both of their machines for the price of one PlayStation 3.


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Gates opens entertainment window (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Though Bill Gates is in town to tout his hot new Xbox 360 to the hordes in attendance at E3, his horizon extends to the Hollywood hills - and beyond. Video games are key, but the Microsoft chairman also has his hand in much of the behind-the-scenes wrangling over entertainment and the Internet.

Calif. man pleads guilty to Xbox tampering (Reuters)
In this photo provided by XBOX, Members of The Panic Channel Dave Navarro, far left, and Steve Isaacs, second from right, play fans on XBOX Live 'Game With Fame' as Stephen Perkins, second from left, and Chris Chaney, far right, look on during the E3 convention in Los Angeles, Thursday, May 11, 2006. (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 CEO sees "limitless growth" (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Shareholders of Google on Thursday rejected a dissident investor proposal to end a two-tier ownership structure that vests power in the hands of its founders. (Clay McLachlan/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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Report on NSA Brings Surveillance in Focus (AP)
Former Qwest Communications CEO Joseph Nacchio talks to the media out side the federal courthouse in Denver after he was released on $2 million bond on in this Dec. 20, 2005, file photo. It might come as a surprise that Qwest Communications was the lone holdout in the telecommunications industry when it came to sharing private telephone records with the National Security Agency. Nacchio agreed with Qwest's attorneys that surrendering 'call-detail records' of its customers to the NSA was wrong _ putting him squarely on the side of the little guy. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, file)AP - If the National Security Agency is indeed amassing a colossal database of Americans' phone records, one way to use all that information is in "social network analysis," a data-mining method that aims to expose previously invisible connections among people.


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Google Shareholders Praise Management (AP)
Anthony Cruz, Amnesty International's Corporate Action Network Coordinator for California, stands in front of the Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Thursday, May 11, 2006. Cruz spoke Thursday about Google's recent decision to actively censor it's search engine in China during Google's Annual shareholder's meeting. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)AP - Google Inc. shareholders hailed management during the online search engine leader's annual meeting Thursday, heaping praise on a company that has created $55 billion in investor wealth during the past year.


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Nintendo Exec Courts Nongamers With Wii (AP)
Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo Co., poses for a photograph Thursday, May 11, 2006, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in the Los Angeles Convention Center. Iwata spoke about Nintendo's  decision to impress video game players with unique game play rather than flashy graphics with the upcoming Wii console. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - The latest round in the video game console wars appears to be a race among Sony Corp., Nintendo Co. and Microsoft Corp. for the flashiest, most powerful system. But that's not how Nintendo President Satoru Iwata sees it.


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Philadelphia OKs Wireless Internet Project (AP)
AP - City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a plan to blanket the city's 135 square miles with a high-speed wireless Internet connection, a measure that mayor is expected to sign soon.

QVC Plans Broader Presence on Internet (AP)
**FILE PHOTO**Ulrich Flatten, CEO of the homeshopping TV station QVC, poses for photographers in front of a company logo prior to the company's anual press conference in Dusseldorf, Germany, March 21, 2006. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)AP - QVC, the home shopping network, isn't satisfied with just being on TV 24 hours a day. It wants to be everywhere customers are, and plans to offer shopping videos on Internet portal sites and eventually wants to sell goods on mobile phones.


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Bush Hosts 3 Chinese Rights Activists (AP)
President Bush waves as he prepares to board Air Force One, Thursday, May 11, 2006 at Andrews Air Force Base. Bush is traveling to Biloxi, Miss., and deliver the commencement address at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)AP - President Bush welcomed to the White House three human rights activists from China, including one whose Internet blog was blocked by Chinese authorities after it was nominated for two top international awards.


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Game controllers steal console spotlight (Reuters)
A new driving control console unit with a steering wheel is shown next to a new wireless headset (foreground) during the Microsoft XBox 360 2006 E3 media event in Hollywood May 9, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Once considered an after-thought to eye-popping video game graphics, console hand controllers commanded center stage this week at the game industry's annual expo and opened the door for a new age of interactive gaming.


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Ringtone Company Sorry for Lyrics Satire (AP)
AP - The company that developed the lyrics for a ringtone about deportation apologized Thursday after Cingular Wireless LLC pulled it for being offensive.

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.

Oracle to boost AJAX, Java (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Oracle will make software contributions intended to boost AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and Java programming at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco next week.

Bush Hosts 3 Chinese Rights Activists (AP)
President Bush waves as he prepares to board Air Force One, Thursday, May 11, 2006 at Andrews Air Force Base. Bush is traveling to Biloxi, Miss., and deliver the commencement address at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)AP - President Bush welcomed to the White House three human rights activists from China, including one whose Internet blog was blocked by Chinese authorities after it was nominated for two top international awards.


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Google Shareholders Praise Management (AP)
Anthony Cruz, Amnesty International's Corporate Action Network Coordinator for California, stands in front of the Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Thursday, May 11, 2006. Cruz spoke Thursday about Google's recent decision to actively censor it's search engine in China during Google's Annual shareholder's meeting. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)AP - Google Inc. shareholders hailed management during the online search engine leader's annual meeting Thursday, heaping praise on a company that has created $55 billion in investor wealth during the past year.


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Google Not in Microsoft Crosshairs, Ballmer Claims (PC World)
PC World - But Microsoft CEO admits his company wants to replace Google as top Internet ad revenue recipient.

Microsoft CEO: catching Yahoo, Google to take time (Reuters)
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)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday he has a five-year target to gain a bigger slice of the lucrative online advertising market dominated by Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Internet regulator nixes .xxx domain for adult sites (AFP)
The Internet's regulatory body has rejected a plan for a new ".xxx" domain that would create a red-light district in cyberspace after heated protests from the United States and elsewhere.(AFP/Illustration)AFP - The Internet's regulatory body has rejected a new ".xxx" domain that would create a red-light district in cyberspace after heated protests, including from the adult entertainment industry.


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Philadelphia OKs Wireless Internet Project (AP)
AP - City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a plan to blanket the city's 135 square miles with a high-speed wireless Internet connection, a measure that mayor is expected to sign soon.

Plan for Porn Domain Voted Down (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - ICANN, the Internet's key oversight body, has canned a proposal to create an .XXX domain for pornographic Web sites. The controversial proposal had faced considerable opposition from both conservative groups and Internet porn companies.

QVC Plans Broader Presence on Internet (AP)
**FILE PHOTO**Ulrich Flatten, CEO of the homeshopping TV station QVC, poses for photographers in front of a company logo prior to the company's anual press conference in Dusseldorf, Germany, March 21, 2006. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)AP - QVC, the home shopping network, isn't satisfied with just being on TV 24 hours a day. It wants to be everywhere customers are, and plans to offer shopping videos on Internet portal sites and eventually wants to sell goods on mobile phones.


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Semel: Yahoo Not Looking to Produce Shows (AP)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel speaks during his keynote address at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - Yahoo Inc. has no desire to become a major producer of television-like shows and movies because the networks already do a good job supplying such content, the Internet portal's chief executive said.


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France amends bill amid opposition from Apple (Reuters)
Reuters - The French Senate has made changes to a controversial copyright bill that threatens Apple's grip on the online music market by making it open its iTunes store to portable music players other than Apple iPods.

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