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Microsoft Updates Windows Media Player (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In the past, Windows Media Player has been called both unwieldy and unattractive by reviewers and consumers alike. However, the new version of the software, set to be rolled out in its first public beta tomorrow with the debut of MTV's new Urge music service, has many singing its praises.

New York park goers to get free Internet Wi-Fi (AFP)
Flowers begin to blossom as New Yorkers take advantage of the warm temperatures and lie in the Sheep Meadow at Central Park. New York's Central Park and a number of other public spaces will become public Internet hubs starting this summer when the city's parks begin offering free wireless net access, the city government said.(AFP/File/Timothy A. Clary)AFP - New York's Central Park and a number of other public spaces will become public Internet hubs starting this summer when the city's parks begin offering free wireless net access, the city government said.


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Review: Cingular 8125 Pocket PC (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Cingular 8125 Pocket PC is a new smartphone from Taiwan-based manufacturer HTC that offers both high-speed EDGE connectivity and Wi-Fi capabilities in a stylish and compact case. Targeted at everyone from productivity-minded consumers to enterprise employees, the new Windows Mobile smartphone runs Microsoft's complete portfolio of Pocket PC software applications right out of the box.

Windows Live Puts More Muscle Behind Its Developer Push (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft is readying a new 'Windows Live Dev' portal aimed at coders interested in building on top of the Redmond software vendor's Windows Live interfaces. Microsoft will launch a preview of the site next week.

Security feature in Microsoft's new Windows could drive users nuts (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - An annoying surprise awaits 2 million consumers expected to enthusiastically step forward in the next few weeks to help Microsoft test its new Windows Vista PC operating system. Vista Beta 2 testers can expect to encounter an obtrusive security feature, called User Account Control.

Microsoft Launches 'CodePlex,' a New Code Repository Site (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Redmond software giant is building a community site for hosting projects that are available via Microsoft Shared Source, the GPL and a host of other licensing mechanisms.

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.

New York park goers to get free Internet Wi-Fi (AFP)
Flowers begin to blossom as New Yorkers take advantage of the warm temperatures and lie in the Sheep Meadow at Central Park. New York's Central Park and a number of other public spaces will become public Internet hubs starting this summer when the city's parks begin offering free wireless net access, the city government said.(AFP/File/Timothy A. Clary)AFP - New York's Central Park and a number of other public spaces will become public Internet hubs starting this summer when the city's parks begin offering free wireless net access, the city government said.


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Microsoft Plans New Search Products (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates delivers the keynote address at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Bellevue, WA on Monday, May 15, 2006. (AP Photo/Ron Wurzer)AP - Microsoft Corp. plans software to help workers simultaneously find information on their computer desktop, the Internet and corporate network, the latest effort to counter competitors such as search engine leader Google Inc.


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Software Makers Crack Down on Net Piracy (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 - Computer software makers launched a crackdown on illegal Internet sales of their products Tuesday by suing suspected pirates who have set up shop on the popular online auction site eBay Inc.


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Google Inc. Tweaks Its Video Service (AP)
AP - Internet search leader Google Inc. is making it easier to post and share online videos on its site, hoping to widen the appeal of a service that so far has been eclipsed by upstart YouTube.com.

Yahoo Upgrades Home Page With New Features (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 unveiled 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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Microsoft unveils new search tools for businesses (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp. will unveil new tools on Wednesday that make it easier for office workers to share and locate information as the company seeks to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. in the enterprise software search market. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will unveil new tools on Wednesday that make it easier for office workers to share and locate information as the company seeks to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. in the enterprise software search market.


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Apple suit seen hurting Creative in long run (Reuters)
Reuters - MP3 music player maker Creative's U.S. patent lawsuit against Apple has boosted the loss-making Singapore firm's shares, but analysts fear it will disrupt management turnaround efforts.

Virgin Mobile founder resigns after NTL deal (FT.com)
FT.com - Tom Alexander, the founder and chief executive of Virgin Mobile, is to leave the mobile phone group following its acquisition by NTL (NASDAQ:NTLIW), the cable company, in July.

Sun Pushing Java Toward Open Source? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Sun Microsystems will unveil several major open-source initiatives during its annual JavaOne conference May 16-19, following moves in recent years toward open-sourcing its Solaris OS and multicore UltraSPARC T1 CPU. New initiatives include a Linux-friendly Java license aimed at community distributions, and formal relationships with the Ubuntu and Debian projects.

Microsoft Updates Windows Media Player (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In the past, Windows Media Player has been called both unwieldy and unattractive by reviewers and consumers alike. However, the new version of the software, set to be rolled out in its first public beta tomorrow with the debut of MTV's new Urge music service, has many singing its praises.

Microsoft Plans New Search Products (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates delivers the keynote address at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Bellevue, WA on Monday, May 15, 2006. (AP Photo/Ron Wurzer)AP - Microsoft Corp. plans software to help workers simultaneously find information on their computer desktop, the Internet and corporate network, the latest effort to counter competitors such as search engine leader Google Inc.


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Google Inc. Tweaks Its Video Service (AP)
AP - Internet search leader Google Inc. is making it easier to post and share online videos on its site, hoping to widen the appeal of a service that so far has been eclipsed by upstart YouTube.com.

Microsoft unveils new search tools for businesses (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp. will unveil new tools on Wednesday that make it easier for office workers to share and locate information as the company seeks to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. in the enterprise software search market. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will unveil new tools on Wednesday that make it easier for office workers to share and locate information as the company seeks to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. in the enterprise software search market.


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Record labels sue XM over portable device (Reuters)
The Pioneer Inno XM2go satellite radio device is seen in an undated publicity photo. The recording industry on Tuesday sued XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., alleging its Inno device that can store music infringes on copyrights and transforms a passive radio experience into the equivalent of a digital download service like iTunes. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - The recording industry on Tuesday sued XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., alleging its Inno device that can store music infringes on copyrights and transforms a passive radio experience into the equivalent of a digital download service like iTunes.


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Software Makers Crack Down on Net Piracy (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 - Computer software makers launched a crackdown on illegal Internet sales of their products Tuesday by suing suspected pirates who have set up shop on the popular online auction site eBay Inc.


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Challenges Shift As Shows Spread Across Platforms (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Not so long ago, a typical cross-platform ad buy might have meant a TV program with a network Web site component and maybe a print element. But at this year's upfront, which begins later this month, Fox's Family Guy will offer ring tones, mobile wallpapers, streaming media and a mechanism for purchasing show merchandise online.

E.W. Scripps to Close Shop at Home (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** E.W. Scripps Co. headquarters building shown Oct. 14, 2005, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)AP - Media company E.W. Scripps Co. is giving up the struggle to make its money-losing Shop At Home television and online retailing subsidiary profitable and will close the business by June 30.


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Yahoo Upgrades Home Page With New Features (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 unveiled 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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Liberty Media to Buy IDT Entertainment (AP)
Liberty Media Corporation's headquarters is shown in Englewood, Colo., a Denver suburb on Monday, May 8, 2006. Liberty's annual stockholders meeting is planned for Tuesday May 9. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)AP - Liberty Media Corp., parent of QVC home shopping network and online travel site Expedia.com, said Tuesday it plans to buy IDT Entertainment from IDT Corp., a telecommunications services provider.


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New York park goers to get free Internet Wi-Fi (AFP)
Flowers begin to blossom as New Yorkers take advantage of the warm temperatures and lie in the Sheep Meadow at Central Park. New York's Central Park and a number of other public spaces will become public Internet hubs starting this summer when the city's parks begin offering free wireless net access, the city government said.(AFP/File/Timothy A. Clary)AFP - New York's Central Park and a number of other public spaces will become public Internet hubs starting this summer when the city's parks begin offering free wireless net access, the city government said.


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