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Microsoft Seeks Appeal of Antitrust Ruling (AP)
Microsoft Corp's Windows XP software products are displayed at a shop in Seoul November 8, 2004. Microsoft Corp. told more than 1,000 contract workers doing software development and testing to take seven business days off without pay to lower costs during this quarter, the company said on Monday. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday it has no plans to give up a legal challenge in South Korean court, one day after regulators rejected its appeal of an antitrust ruling against the company.


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S.Korea antitrust body rejects Microsoft objection (Reuters)
Reuters - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Tuesday it had rejected an objection lodged by Microsoft Corp. over a ruling that the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software.

Microsoft tells contract workers to take 7 days off (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp's Windows XP software products are displayed at a shop in Seoul November 8, 2004. Microsoft Corp. told more than 1,000 contract workers doing software development and testing to take seven business days off without pay to lower costs during this quarter, the company said on Monday. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. told more than 1,000 contract workers doing software development and testing to take seven business days off without pay to lower costs during this quarter, the company said on Monday.


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Microsoft Contractors to Take 7 Days Off (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. has told about 1,000 technology contract workers to take seven days off the job, without Microsoft pay, in a cost-saving move that came as the company unveiled a series of new perks for its internal staff.

Microsoft: Word zero-day patch by June (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft plans to patch a newly discovered hole in Microsoft Word in its next monthly patch update, and may release a rare "out of cycle" patch to address the hole, a company spokesman said.

Microsoft Working On Word Patch; Don't Panic Say Experts (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft said it's working on a fix for the zero-day vulnerability in Word that spooked security vendors last week, but likely won’t release a patch for awhile.

Microsoft Unveils Pay-Per-Use PC Plan (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has set its sights on bringing computer access to the far corners of the globe with the launch of a pay-per-use program that includes an innovative method of metering time spent on a PC.

Microsoft Live Mail Hits A Snag (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has apparently hit some rough road with Windows Live Mail Beta, which is the eventual replacement for MSN Hotmail.

Microsoft, Lenovo launch 'pay as you go' computer (AFP)
A Lenovo employee displays a 2006 personal computer. Microsoft Corp. and Chinese-based computer maker Lenovo said they will launch market trials for pay-as-you-go purchases of computers in China and India.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Microsoft Corp. and Chinese-based computer maker Lenovo said they will launch market trials for pay-as-you-go purchases of computers in China and India.


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Microsoft Says Symantec Suit Won't Delay Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's chief executive said Monday that the lawsuit filed last week by Symantec won't delay Windows Vista from launching later this year and early in 2007.

Google to Distribute Online Video Ads (AP)
An undated handout photo shows a screenshot of video advertisements (R) running on an Internet Web site. Google Inc. said on May 22, 2006 the company is ready to help Web sites run video advertisements, putting the Web search leader into competition with television for the biggest chunk of ad spending.   FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY   NO SALES   NO ARCHIVES   REUTERS/HandoutAP - Google Inc. will begin distributing online video ads for the first time later this week, continuing the Internet search engine leader's effort to diversify beyond the static written messages that generate most of its profits.


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Software Piracy Said Down in China, Russia (AP)
A cleaner scrubs the window of a maglev train in Shanghai May 23, 2006. German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday toured the Shanghai control room of a high-speed train that showcases German magnetic levitation technology, touting cooperation with China but voicing concern about patent piracy. REUTERS/Aly SongAP - Makers of computer software report that piracy rates, while still high, declined slightly in both China and Russia last year, but that global losses from the use of illegal computer software rose to $34 billion.


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Startup Tackles Challenge of Photo Sharing (AP)
AP - Are you hooked on e-mail but your parents aren't? Do they want to see photos of their grandchildren but aren't up to using a computer much?

Topix Teams Up With AP to Target News (AP)
AP - Internet search engine Topix.net and The Associated Press are teaming up in an attempt to send more visitors to newspaper sites responsible for breaking stories that are picked up across the Web.

Motorola Unveils 'Q' Cell Phone (AP)
In this photo provided by Motorola, CEO Ed Zander holds the new 'Moto Q' Monday, May 22, 2006, in New York. According to Motorola, the multi-tasking device works with Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 software, features electro-luminescent keys, QWERTY keyboard, thumbwheel for single-handed control, and internal antenna. The company said the device will be available through Verizon Wireless, starting June 5. (AP Photo/Motorola, Peter Foley)AP - Motorola Inc. unveiled its highly anticipated "Q" cell phone Monday, joining other manufacturers in aiming for businesspeople who want their e-mail to go.


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Online sales to rise 20 percent in 2006: report (Reuters)
A worker tests an interactive kiosk on display at the JC Penney Experience store in Times Square in New York March 2, 2006. Online sales are expected to rise 20 percent this year to $211 billion, with pet supplies and cosmetics experiencing leading growth, according to a report to be published on Tuesday. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - Online sales are expected to rise 20 percent this year to $211 billion, with pet supplies and cosmetics experiencing leading growth, according to a report to be published on Tuesday.


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S.Korea antitrust body rejects Microsoft objection (Reuters)
Reuters - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Tuesday it had rejected an objection lodged by Microsoft Corp. over a ruling that the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software.

Helio Offers Cell Phones for the MySpace Crowd (PC World)
PC World - New 3G phone service launches with two capable handsets and a slew of multimedia services.

7 Answers To Key Questions About Java's Move To Open Source (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sun CEO Schwartz isn't offering a lot of details. Here's our take.

Cheaters Never Prosper (PC World)
PC World - Anticheating software expands to multiplayer games.

Topix Teams Up With AP to Target News (AP)
AP - Internet search engine Topix.net and The Associated Press are teaming up in an attempt to send more visitors to newspaper sites responsible for breaking stories that are picked up across the Web.

Online sales to rise 20 percent in 2006: report (Reuters)
A worker tests an interactive kiosk on display at the JC Penney Experience store in Times Square in New York March 2, 2006. Online sales are expected to rise 20 percent this year to $211 billion, with pet supplies and cosmetics experiencing leading growth, according to a report to be published on Tuesday. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - Online sales are expected to rise 20 percent this year to $211 billion, with pet supplies and cosmetics experiencing leading growth, according to a report to be published on Tuesday.


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Google reinvents TV ads with pay-per-click video (Reuters)
An undated handout photo shows a screenshot of video advertisements (R) running on an Internet Web site. Google Inc. said on May 22, 2006 the company is ready to help Web sites run video advertisements, putting the Web search leader into competition with television for the biggest chunk of ad spending. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. said on Monday the company is ready to help Web sites run video advertisements, putting the Web search leader into competition with television for the biggest chunk of ad spending.


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Google to Distribute Online Video Ads (AP)
An undated handout photo shows a screenshot of video advertisements (R) running on an Internet Web site. Google Inc. said on May 22, 2006 the company is ready to help Web sites run video advertisements, putting the Web search leader into competition with television for the biggest chunk of ad spending.   FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY   NO SALES   NO ARCHIVES   REUTERS/HandoutAP - Google Inc. will begin distributing online video ads for the first time later this week, continuing the Internet search engine leader's effort to diversify beyond the static written messages that generate most of its profits.


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Google Tops Another Search Survey (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google has come out on top of yet another survey of the search-engine market, following the company's top rankings on recent surveys by HitWise and Nielsen//NetRatings. Analysis firm ComScore Networks' latest rankings report indicates that, in April, Google gained market share for the ninth consecutive month.

Virtual Online Baseball Tournament Launches, Pitches Homerun (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The first Tournaments PRO event called Ultimate Baseball Online 2006 will begin next month.

ICM Registry Renews XXX Domain Quest (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - ICM Registry has begun efforts to put the .xxx domain back on the agenda, claiming that ICANN's vote to reject the domain in early May was tainted by misinformation and U.S. government interference.

PTO Reviews Test Patent That Snared Universities (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is reexamining a broad patent owned by an online test-taking company that has billed universities for tests given through distance learning programs.

Gap to launch online footwear business (Reuters)
A publicity image for the Gap Summer 2006 collection. Gap said on Monday it would launch an online footwear business through its e-commerce division, Gap Inc. Direct, which will offer shoes for men, women and children by other designers. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Apparel retailer Gap Inc. said on Monday that its electronic-commerce division, Gap Inc. Direct, would launch an online footwear business to grab a piece of the lucrative shoe business.


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NASA Prepares For 2006 Hurricane Season (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) stepped-up services offered through its crisis center Web site.

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