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US anti-virus firm claims Microsoft misused technology (AFP)
View of the Microsoft area at the 2006 CeBIT information and telecommunication technology fair in March in Hanover. US anti-virus company Symantec accused the computer-industry Goliath of misusing its technology in a lawsuit(AFP/DDP/File/Jochen Luebke)AFP - US anti-virus company Symantec accused computer-industry Goliath Microsoft of misusing its technology in a lawsuit.


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Symantec sues Microsoft in contract dispute (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows.


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Symantec Files Lawsuit Against Microsoft (AP)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Security software maker Symantec Corp. accused Microsoft Corp. in a federal lawsuit Thursday of misappropriating its intellectual property and breach of contract.


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'Project Orange': The Killer App for WinFS? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - WinFS, Microsoft's next-generation file system, is still churning its way through the beta process. But that isn't stopping Microsoft from building a new information organizer that rides on top of WinFS storage and the Windows Presentation Framework.

Microsoft Announces Vista Hardware Requirements (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Windows Vista won't start shipping for a few months, but you can get your PC ready for it right now.

Microsoft Tells All on Vista's Hardware Needs (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Updated: The software giant has, for the first time, given PC owners detailed information on its minimum hardware requirements for Vista in an effort to help them prepare for the OS' January 2007 arrival.

Microsoft Debuts New Search Technology To Tame Information Overload (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Windows Live Search client hunts across the desktop, intranet and Internet, in Microsoft's fight against Google.

Microsoft, MTV challenge Apple iTunes (AFP)
A man downloads songs onto his laptop from the iTunes store. Microsoft has joined forces with music television giant MTV in launching an online music service aimed at challenging Apple Computer's market-leading iTunes.(AFP/DDP/File)AFP - Microsoft joined with music television giant MTV in launching an online music service aimed at challenging Apple Computer's market-leading iTunes store.


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Executive: Microsoft More Nimble Company (AP)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Eight months after announcing a corporate restructuring designed to allow Microsoft Corp. to make decisions more quickly, a top executive insisted Wednesday the technology industry's 800-pound gorilla has become more nimble.


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IBM Takes Dead Aim At Microsoft Office With New Notes Version (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new version of Notes will include a built-in office suite complete with word processor, spreadsheet and graphics program. Microsoft has good reason to be concerned.

Apple's Retail Strategy Reinforces Brand (AP)
People gather around the glass entrance to the new Apple store on New York's fashionable Fifth Avenue Thursday, May 18, 2006. This is the California computer company's second New York retail store. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - When Apple Computer Inc. opens its newest store Friday on the same New York shopping strip as Prada, Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue, it'll mark five years of a distinctive retail style that both reinforces the company's brand cachet and pays off handsomely.


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Sony Introduces New Digital Projector (AP)
This undated handout photo provided by Sony Electronics shows their new SXRD digital projector. After more than a decade of talking about it, movie theaters and studios are finally rolling out digital projectors that show sharper, brighter images without cracks, pops or hisses. Sony Electronics will enter the field with a projector that displays the sharpest resolution envisioned under a set of standards issued for digital cinema. (AP Photo/Sony Electronics)AP - After more than a decade of talking about it, movie theaters and studios are finally rolling out digital projectors that show sharper, brighter images without cracks, pops or hisses.


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Soldiers to Watch Graduations Online (AP)
AP - In his 20-year career as a soldier, 1st Sgt. Michael McElveen has missed a lot of important moments with his family — birthdays, anniversaries, holidays. But on Saturday he will get to watch his daughter, 18-year-old Fatima, walk across the stage and accept her high school diploma — even though he is still thousands of miles away in Iraq.

AOL Buys Company That Inserts Video Ads (AP)
Mike Kelly, president of AOL Media Networks speaks during the 'Media Convergence and the Revolution in Marketing and Brand Building' session at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills April 24, 2006. The conference brings together groups of leading business executives and thought leaders from around the world to discuss cutting edge topics in commerce, health and finance. REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - AOL LLC, signaling the importance online video will play in drawing visitors to its ad-supported Web sites, has purchased a small company that specializes in inserting advertising into video clips.


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U.S. Agency Re-Examines Amazon.com Patent (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 - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is re-examining Amazon.com Inc.'s patent for "one-click" online shopping at the request of a New Zealand actor who says he's upset over slow book delivery.


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Hong Kong's PCCW to explore IPTV with Star TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Hong Kong telecoms network operator PCCW Ltd. said it would work with Rupert Murdoch's Star TV to explore Internet protocol pay-TV (IPTV) opportunities, drawing on each other's strengths.

Music Industry Takes XM Radio to Court (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Recording Industry Association of America is at it again, but this time, instead of suing individuals who download songs illegally from file-sharing networks, the music-industry bulldog is going after XM Satellite Radio.

S Korean carriers fined for collusion (FT.com)
FT.com - South Korea's antitrust watchdog on Thursday fined the country's three mobile carriers a combined Won1.78bn ($1.8m) for price collusion, the first punishment of its kind for wireless operators in the country.

Sun makes partial Eclipse move (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - San Francisco -- Sun Microsystems, which still maintains it will not join the open source Eclipse Foundation, is nevertheless helping the organization out with one particular project.

Symantec sues Microsoft in contract dispute (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows.


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Hong Kong's PCCW to explore IPTV with Star TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Hong Kong telecoms network operator PCCW Ltd. said it would work with Rupert Murdoch's Star TV to explore Internet protocol pay-TV (IPTV) opportunities, drawing on each other's strengths.

Yahoo CFO cautious over revenue growth outlook (Reuters)
The Yahoo headquarters are seen in Sunnyvale California in an undated handout photo. Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday that its margins have stabilized in recent years at around 40 percent, as the company balances advertising growth against the need to invest to fuel further growth. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. Chief Financial Officer Sue Decker said on Wednesday the company can grow faster than the Internet industry over the next several years, albeit at the lower end of the 24 percent to 31 percent increase in revenues the company has forecast for this year.


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Knight Vinke ending opposition to VNU offer: report (Reuters)
Reuters - Knight Vinke Asset Management, a shareholder in Dutch market research group VNU, said it is ending its campaign against a takeover bid for VNU, owner of the Nielsen TV ratings business, by a group of private equity firms, the online version of the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

ABC shows offered online draw 3 mln views (Reuters)
An undated view of ABC.com. Viewers have watched ABC television shows available online about 3 million times since the Walt Disney Co. network launched the free service just over two weeks ago, Disney's chief executive said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Viewers have watched ABC television shows available online about 3 million times since the Walt Disney Co. network launched the free service just over two weeks ago, Disney's chief executive said on Thursday.


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U.S. Agency Re-Examines Amazon.com Patent (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 - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is re-examining Amazon.com Inc.'s patent for "one-click" online shopping at the request of a New Zealand actor who says he's upset over slow book delivery.


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AOL Buys Company That Inserts Video Ads (AP)
Mike Kelly, president of AOL Media Networks speaks during the 'Media Convergence and the Revolution in Marketing and Brand Building' session at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills April 24, 2006. The conference brings together groups of leading business executives and thought leaders from around the world to discuss cutting edge topics in commerce, health and finance. REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - AOL LLC, signaling the importance online video will play in drawing visitors to its ad-supported Web sites, has purchased a small company that specializes in inserting advertising into video clips.


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AOL buys online ad company Lightningcast (Reuters)
Jonathan Miller, Chairman and CEO of America Online, Inc., speaks in Beverly Hills April 26, 2006. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet unit on Thursday said it had purchased privately-held online advertising company Lightningcast in a bid to expand its Web ad network. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet unit on Thursday said it had purchased privately-held online advertising company Lightningcast in a bid to expand its Web ad network.


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EU Internet proposals to protect society (Reuters)
European Union flags are seen outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels June 17, 2005. The Internet governing body's decision to reject a new .xxx Internet domain for porn sites is a clear case of U.S. political interference in the Web's governance, the European Commission said on Thursday. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - EU proposals to regulate content on the Internet are aimed at protecting society not undermining free speech, European Union Media Commissioner Viviane Reding said on Thursday.


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One billion people have Internet access (AFP)
More than one billion people in the world have access to the Internet, with a quarter of them with broadband, or high-speed connections, according to a survey.(AFP/DDP)AFP - More than one billion people in the world have access to the Internet, with a quarter of them with broadband, or high-speed connections, according to a survey.


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Senate Committee Debates Telecom Reform Bill (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Senate Commerce Committee today heard testimony and debated its new take on telecom reform: the Communications, Consumers Choice and Broadband Deployment Act.

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