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Microsoft, Google gear for titanic clash (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.   Microsoft and Google are girding for battle for supremacy over the information technology sector, a duel watched closely by others in the sector.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Microsoft and Google are girding for battle for supremacy over the information technology sector, a duel watched closely by others in the sector.


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U.S. Dismisses Google Complaint, Says IE 7 Plays Fair (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Government regulators have dismissed claims that Microsoft's newest browser, Internet Explorer 7, gives the Redmond, Wash. company's own search engine an unfair advantage.

US dismisses concerns over new Microsoft browser (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. U.S. antitrust authorities on Friday rejected concerns that a search feature in the new version of Microsoft Corp.'s  (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. antitrust authorities on Friday rejected concerns that a search feature in the new version of Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer browser would give the company an unfair advantage over Google Inc..


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Startup Replacing Linux Desktop With The Web (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A startup is looking to do to Linux what Microsoft Corp. is doing to Windows -- dissolve the operating system into the Web.

U.S. Wants to Extend Microsoft Oversight (AP)
Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates announces a new cross-platform gaming service that integrates games played on cell phones, Xbox 360 consoles and the upcoming Windows Vista operating system during a video game expo in Los Angeles, on Tuesday, May 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Lucas Jackson)AP - Citing Microsoft Corp.'s lapses under part of a landmark antitrust settlement, the Justice Department said Friday it wants to extend by two years its oversight of some of the company's business practices until at least November 2009.


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DOJ Seeks Extension Of Microsoft Antitrust Judgment (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The U.S. Justice Department has asked a federal judge for the option to extend by as many as five years terms of the 2002 antitrust judgment against Microsoft Corp.

Justice Department Plans To Extend Legal Oversight Of Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Justice Department plans to oversee Microsoft until November 2009, as Microsoft rewrites a technical manual for Windows communications protocols. European regulators also want Microsoft to rewrite docs.

US seeks two-year extension of Microsoft antitrust supervision (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. The US Justice Department asked a judge to extend by two years its supervision of the Microsoft antitrust settlement, saying the company had agreed to the plan.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - The US Justice Department asked a judge to extend its monitoring of aspects of the Microsoft antitrust settlement for two extra years, saying the company had agreed to the plan.


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Microsoft agrees to extend Windows code licensing (Reuters)
Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith in Luxembourg, April 28, 2006. Microsoft has agreed to extend one of the key provisions of its landmark 2002 antitrust settlement with the U.S. government, the Justice Department said on Friday. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has agreed to extend one of the key provisions of its landmark 2002 antitrust settlement with the U.S. government, the Justice Department said on Friday.


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DOJ Asks Court to Extend Microsoft Antitrust Order Judgment (PC World)
PC World - The DOJ and Microsoft agree to extend parts of the order against the company until 2009.

Chat Rooms Help FBI Hunt for Pedophiles (AP)
FBI Supervisory Special Agent Stacey Bradley and Special Agent 'Jackie' of the Innocent Images Unit monitors possible child pornography offenders Thursday May 4, 2006 in Calverton, Md. in an online chat room. The unit patrols chat rooms in hopes of cracking down on possible domestic and international sex offenders. (AP Photo/Matt Houston)AP - Seconds after she announces her presence in an online chat room, the girl is besieged by a half-dozen men who want to know more about her.


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Snap.com Blurs Lines Between Ads, Content (AP)
AP - Internet search engine Snap.com is hoping to expand its sparse audience by making Web surfing more like channel surfing on a TV, but the startup might attract more attention with another change that further blurs the lines separating ads from listings retrieved by objective formulas.

MTV Launches Online Music, Video Store (AP)
This image released by MTV shows the webpage for URGE, the network's new music download service.  For years, MTV Networks Inc. sat on the sidelines while Apple Computer Inc., RealNetworks Inc. and others racked up sales of music downloads.  Now the cable network group that helped popularize music videos two decades ago is entering the online music fray with URGE, a new service that makes its public beta debut on Wednesday.  (AP Photo/MTV)AP - For years, MTV Networks Inc. sat on the sidelines while Apple Computer Inc., RealNetworks Inc. and others racked up sales of music downloads. Now the cable network group that helped popularize music videos two decades ago is entering the online music fray with URGE, a new service that makes its public beta debut on Wednesday.


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Porn Maker Allows Downloads for TV Viewing (AP)
This undated still image of an adult web page released by AllAdultChannel.com, shows the details of how a consumer could buy an adult movie online from AllAdultChannel.com and burn it onto a DVD. Starting Monday, May 15, Vivid Entertainment will sell its adult films through the online movie service CinemaNow, allowing buyers to burn DVDs with all the special features and even the same insert that would normally come with the physical copy.  (AP Photo/AllAdultChannel.com via CinemaNow)AP - Hollywood has been tiptoeing its way toward letting consumers buy a movie online, burn it onto a DVD and watch it on a living-room TV. While the studios hesitate, the adult film industry is taking the leap.


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High-Def Could Choke Internet, ISPs Fear (AP)
A screen shows Internet services available through an broadband-connected TiVo digital video recorder at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 5, 2006 file photo. TiVo Inc. on May 10, 2006 said it has signed a deal with startup Brightcove that will allow TiVo subscribers to receive television-like programs delivered over the Internet. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)AP - Every day, it seems, a new service pops up offering to send you video over the Internet. "Desperate Housewives," Stephen Colbert heckling the president, clips of bad dancers at wedding parties: It's all there.


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MySpace to begin selling "24" episodes: WSJ (Reuters)
Cast member Kiefer Sutherland (C) poses with co-stars Elisha Cuthbert (R) and Kim Raver at the Fox television show '24' 100th episode on January 7, 2006. News Corp.'s MySpace.com will begin selling episodes of Fox's '24' next week as part of a plan to turn the popular teen website into a business rivaling Yahoo Inc. and Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - News Corp.'s MySpace.com will begin selling episodes of Fox's "24" next week as part of a plan to turn the popular teen website into a business rivaling Yahoo Inc. and Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes, according to the Wall Street Journal.


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Companies may miss 20 percent of network printers (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - It's 10:30 a.m. Do you know where your printers are? In most enterprises, the answer, sadly, is "No." Even worse, IT's inability to locate and track printers is costing companies thousands -- even millions -- of dollars a year.

Palm OS Version of Treo 700 Is Coming (PC World)
PC World - Like its Windows Mobile-based sibling, the Treo 700p supports fast EvDO networks--and will be available from Sprint as well as Verizon Wireless.

Startup Replacing Linux Desktop With The Web (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A startup is looking to do to Linux what Microsoft Corp. is doing to Windows -- dissolve the operating system into the Web.

EMC's focus still on virtualization, security (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - EMC continued its buying spree last week by picking up Kashya, maker of data replication and protection software, for $153 million, and the Interlink Group, a professional services firm that specializes in Microsoft environments.

Chat Rooms Help FBI Hunt for Pedophiles (AP)
FBI Supervisory Special Agent Stacey Bradley and Special Agent 'Jackie' of the Innocent Images Unit monitors possible child pornography offenders Thursday May 4, 2006 in Calverton, Md. in an online chat room. The unit patrols chat rooms in hopes of cracking down on possible domestic and international sex offenders. (AP Photo/Matt Houston)AP - Seconds after she announces her presence in an online chat room, the girl is besieged by a half-dozen men who want to know more about her.


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MySpace to begin selling "24" episodes: WSJ (Reuters)
Cast member Kiefer Sutherland (C) poses with co-stars Elisha Cuthbert (R) and Kim Raver at the Fox television show '24' 100th episode on January 7, 2006. News Corp.'s MySpace.com will begin selling episodes of Fox's '24' next week as part of a plan to turn the popular teen website into a business rivaling Yahoo Inc. and Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - News Corp.'s MySpace.com will begin selling episodes of Fox's "24" next week as part of a plan to turn the popular teen website into a business rivaling Yahoo Inc. and Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes, according to the Wall Street Journal.


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MTV Launches Online Music, Video Store (AP)
This image released by MTV shows the webpage for URGE, the network's new music download service.  For years, MTV Networks Inc. sat on the sidelines while Apple Computer Inc., RealNetworks Inc. and others racked up sales of music downloads.  Now the cable network group that helped popularize music videos two decades ago is entering the online music fray with URGE, a new service that makes its public beta debut on Wednesday.  (AP Photo/MTV)AP - For years, MTV Networks Inc. sat on the sidelines while Apple Computer Inc., RealNetworks Inc. and others racked up sales of music downloads. Now the cable network group that helped popularize music videos two decades ago is entering the online music fray with URGE, a new service that makes its public beta debut on Wednesday.


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Snap.com Blurs Lines Between Ads, Content (AP)
AP - Internet search engine Snap.com is hoping to expand its sparse audience by making Web surfing more like channel surfing on a TV, but the startup might attract more attention with another change that further blurs the lines separating ads from listings retrieved by objective formulas.

High-Def Could Choke Internet, ISPs Fear (AP)
A screen shows Internet services available through an broadband-connected TiVo digital video recorder at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 5, 2006 file photo. TiVo Inc. on May 10, 2006 said it has signed a deal with startup Brightcove that will allow TiVo subscribers to receive television-like programs delivered over the Internet. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)AP - Every day, it seems, a new service pops up offering to send you video over the Internet. "Desperate Housewives," Stephen Colbert heckling the president, clips of bad dancers at wedding parties: It's all there.


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Porn Maker Allows Downloads for TV Viewing (AP)
This undated still image of an adult web page released by AllAdultChannel.com, shows the details of how a consumer could buy an adult movie online from AllAdultChannel.com and burn it onto a DVD. Starting Monday, May 15, Vivid Entertainment will sell its adult films through the online movie service CinemaNow, allowing buyers to burn DVDs with all the special features and even the same insert that would normally come with the physical copy.  (AP Photo/AllAdultChannel.com via CinemaNow)AP - Hollywood has been tiptoeing its way toward letting consumers buy a movie online, burn it onto a DVD and watch it on a living-room TV. While the studios hesitate, the adult film industry is taking the leap.


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U.S. Dismisses Google Complaint, Says IE 7 Plays Fair (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Government regulators have dismissed claims that Microsoft's newest browser, Internet Explorer 7, gives the Redmond, Wash. company's own search engine an unfair advantage.

Web Video Compression Could End Congestion (AP)
Richard Wingard, Euclid Discoveries CEO, shows a test screen for digital video quality in his office in Concord, Mass., Monday, May 1, 2006.  Euclid is creating technology that will be able to compress digital video images without sacrificing visual quality.  (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)AP - With more and more video surging across the Internet not just to computers but also televisions and handheld devices, something that could relieve the congestion or improve the quality would be a huge breakthrough.


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Softbank, Apple to jointly develop iPod cell phones: report (AFP)
A man holding an Apple iPod.  Softbank, the fast-growing Japanese Internet and telecommunications group, will work with Apple Computer to jointly develop mobile phones that have iPod music players functions, a report said.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Softbank, the fast-growing Japanese Internet and telecommunications group, will work with Apple Computer to jointly develop mobile phones that have iPod music players functions, a report said.


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Do you own songs bought online? Well, sort of (Reuters)
The Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile in a file photo. Like millions around the world, you have spent perhaps a few hundred dollars buying songs from the company's iTunes music store, but whether you own those tunes depends on how you define ownership. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Like millions around the world, you have an iPod, the market-leading digital music player made by Apple Computer Inc. and have spent perhaps a few hundred dollars buying songs from the company's iTunes music store.


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