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Justice Clears Microsoft Of Vista Complaint (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The regulators also said that a complaint filed earlier this year about how OEMs could modify the "first boot" experience had been settled to their satisfaction.

MTV's Online Music Store Set for Launch on Wednesday (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - MTV is poised to launch a digital music service that combines a new version of Microsoft's Windows Media Player with the popular media outlet's substantial music connections. The service, called Urge, will provide an alternative to online music stores such as iTunes, Napster, and Rhapsody.

Microsoft Readies Dreamweaver Rival (PC World)
PC World - Developers will get a chance to test Expression Web Designer, a Web layout and design tool.

SharePoint: Microsoft's Sleeper Hit? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - While all eyes are on Microsoft's Web services strategy aimed at Google, the Information Worker unit is pushing slowly and steadily to make SharePoint Server and Services the must-have products, going forward.

Microsoft, Yahoo chase after Google's ad empire (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Vowing to catch up to industry leader Google, Yahoo Monday will demonstrate an overhauled advertising system that promises to generate higher revenue and enlist more clients. Microsoft has unveiled its own search advertising program and said it will invest up to $6B in a bid to catch up with Google.

Justice Vs. Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Failure to publish a workable guide for letting other companies' server software work with Windows has Microsoft in trouble on both sides of the Atlantic. The Justice Department is extending its legal oversight of the company by two years, until November 2009, pending approval by a federal judge. Microsoft will rewrite a technical manual for Windows' communications protocols that Justice has criticized as sloppy and dense. The requirement stems from a 2002 antitrust settlement. ...

Microsoft Tunes Windows Server Line For Application Hosting (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Improvements to Longhorn, SQL Server, and Visual Studio are aimed at the software-as-a-service trend.

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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Yahoo Inc. to Overhaul Home Page (AP)
Dan Rosensweig, Yahoo's chief operating officer, holds a copy of their new home page at Yahoo! headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Monday, May 15, 2006.  Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. unveils the most extensive makeover of its front Web page in a decade, offering 402 million users more interactive features and more information compiled from the activity in other sections of its site.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Yahoo Inc.'s Web site is unveiling a new look Tuesday as the Internet powerhouse strives to remain the world's most popular online destination and strengthen its advertising appeal.


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IBM Details Improvement in Data Storage (AP)
AP - Researchers at International Business Machines Corp. say a new method for cramming data onto magnetic tape will increase storage capacity at least 15 times, enough to squeeze the text from 8 million books onto a cartridge half the size of a VHS tape.

Sony to Unveil First Blu-Ray Laptop (AP)
AP - Sony Corp. will release the first laptop capable of playing, editing and recording next-generation, high-definition videos in the Blu-ray DVD format.

Bezos: Being First Not Necessarily Enough (AP)
Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos takes part in a question-and-answer session Monday, May 15, 2006, at a luncheon in Seattle for the Technology Alliance, a Washington state trade group. Bezos said although Amazon.com is a pioneer in the field of selling things online, he often warns his workers that being first isn't necessarily enough.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Amazon.com Inc. is a pioneer in the field of selling things online, but founder Jeff Bezos said Monday he often warns his workers that being first isn't necessarily enough.


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Skype Offers Free Calls to Regular Phones (AP)
This is an exterior view of the eBay offices in San Jose, Calif., Monday, May 15, 2006. The Supreme Court sided with eBay in a patent fight over a selling feature Monday, May 15, 2006, in a ruling that will make it easier for high-tech companies to avoid court injunctions in such disputes. Justices, in a unanimous opinion, said that judges have flexibility before they impose court orders barring continued use of a technology after juries find a patent violation. They must consider several factors, the court said. The decision threw out a ruling by a federal appeals court that said injunctions should be automatic unless there are exceptional circumstances. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Skype, eBay Inc.'s Internet telephone subsidiary, has stopped charging users for dialing up people on traditional landline and mobile phones in the U.S. and Canada.


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Online search giant Yahoo revamps its popular web site (AFP)
Internet search titan Yahoo showed its new face to the world with the online debut of its revamped web site which mixes news updates and entertainment with tools for searching, connecting, sharing and communicating online(AFP/HO/File/Brian McGuiness)AFP - Internet search titan Yahoo showed its new face to the world with the online debut of its revamped web site.


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Nokia launches Google Talk on Web tablet (Reuters)
A visitor walks by Nokia logo in this February 15, 2006 file photo. Nokia, the world's biggest mobile phone maker, unveiled a new version of its Internet tablet device running Google Talk communications software on Tuesday. (Albert Gea/Reuters)Reuters - Nokia, the world's biggest mobile phone maker, unveiled a new version of its Internet tablet device running Google Talk communications software on Tuesday.


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Malaysia's Telekom denies deal with Philippine's Sun Cellular (AFP)
A man uses a public telephone outside a Telekom Malaysia branch office in Kuala Lumpur. Telekom Malaysia has denied a report it is talks to acquire a stake in Philippine mobile operator Sun Cellular.(AFP/File/Jimin Lai)AFP - Malaysia's largest telecommunications company Telekom Malaysia has denied a report it is talks to acquire a stake in Philippine mobile operator Sun Cellular.


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IBM Bets Big On Open Source In Next Release Of Lotus Notes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new version of Notes will include support for the open standard, XML-based OpenDocument Format (ODF), and will be the first major commercial collaboration client based on the Eclipse open source framework, IBM says.

Researcher: Mac OS X security patch falls short (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Apple released its third major patch this year for Mac OS X on Thursday, fixing 31 software vulnerabilities in a range of products that could be used by remote attackers to compromise Mac OS systems.

Online search giant Yahoo revamps its popular web site (AFP)
Internet search titan Yahoo showed its new face to the world with the online debut of its revamped web site which mixes news updates and entertainment with tools for searching, connecting, sharing and communicating online(AFP/HO/File/Brian McGuiness)AFP - Internet search titan Yahoo showed its new face to the world with the online debut of its revamped web site.


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Chinese Internet writer sentenced to 12 years (Reuters)
Reuters - A Chinese Internet writer was jailed for 12 years on Tuesday for "subversion of state power" after backing a movement by exiled dissidents to hold free elections, his lawyer said.

Nokia launches Google Talk on Web tablet (Reuters)
A visitor walks by Nokia logo in this February 15, 2006 file photo. Nokia, the world's biggest mobile phone maker, unveiled a new version of its Internet tablet device running Google Talk communications software on Tuesday. (Albert Gea/Reuters)Reuters - Nokia, the world's biggest mobile phone maker, unveiled a new version of its Internet tablet device running Google Talk communications software on Tuesday.


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Yahoo Inc. to Overhaul Home Page (AP)
Dan Rosensweig, Yahoo's chief operating officer, holds a copy of their new home page at Yahoo! headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Monday, May 15, 2006.  Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. unveils the most extensive makeover of its front Web page in a decade, offering 402 million users more interactive features and more information compiled from the activity in other sections of its site.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Yahoo Inc.'s Web site is unveiling a new look Tuesday as the Internet powerhouse strives to remain the world's most popular online destination and strengthen its advertising appeal.


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DOJ Rebuffs Complaints About IE 7 Search Box (PC World)
PC World - Feds have no plans to go after Microsoft over the search box in the new browser; search competitor Google's concerns fall on unsympathetic ears.

New .tel Domain Is Approved (PC World)
PC World - ICANN approves creation of.tel domain. Contract goes to British firm.

Chicago bar band goes online to offer advice (Reuters)
Reuters - Every few months an act breaks out of indie rock obscurity by intentionally sharing its music for free on peer-to-peer networks and blogs. But Chicago's Beatnik Turtle is dishing out another kind of freebie to the online community: advice.

Skype Offers Free Calls to Regular Phones (AP)
This is an exterior view of the eBay offices in San Jose, Calif., Monday, May 15, 2006. The Supreme Court sided with eBay in a patent fight over a selling feature Monday, May 15, 2006, in a ruling that will make it easier for high-tech companies to avoid court injunctions in such disputes. Justices, in a unanimous opinion, said that judges have flexibility before they impose court orders barring continued use of a technology after juries find a patent violation. They must consider several factors, the court said. The decision threw out a ruling by a federal appeals court that said injunctions should be automatic unless there are exceptional circumstances. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Skype, eBay Inc.'s Internet telephone subsidiary, has stopped charging users for dialing up people on traditional landline and mobile phones in the U.S. and Canada.


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Bezos: Being First Not Necessarily Enough (AP)
Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos takes part in a question-and-answer session Monday, May 15, 2006, at a luncheon in Seattle for the Technology Alliance, a Washington state trade group. Bezos said although Amazon.com is a pioneer in the field of selling things online, he often warns his workers that being first isn't necessarily enough.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Amazon.com Inc. is a pioneer in the field of selling things online, but founder Jeff Bezos said Monday he often warns his workers that being first isn't necessarily enough.


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US Supreme Court vacates patent ruling against eBay (Reuters)
The Supreme Court in Washington. The Supreme Court on Monday set aside a patent injunction against online auctioneer eBay, but also rejected a key argument made by the company that could have narrowed the rights of patent holders. (File/Reuters)Reuters - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday set aside a patent injunction against online auctioneer eBay Inc., but balked at arguments by the company that could have narrowed the rights of most patent holders.


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