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Google unlikely to make own Web browser (AP)
Konstatina Stoyanova, left, Ad Words coordinator and Alex Torres, product user support coordinator, enjoy a relaxed working atmosphere in the offices of Google, at their European headquarters in Dublin, Monday, April 10, 2006. Dublin's new Docklands,  where scores of cranes feed the frenzy for new hotels and gleaming office blocks, offer a vibrant microcosm of Ireland's rise from Europe's emigration blackspot to its 'brain gain' capital. Poles, Iranians, Swedes, Chinese, Nigerians are among the throngs performing tasks ranging from hawking fast food to writing software code. In the middle of it thrives a symbol for this new, immigrant-rich Ireland: the rapidly expanding European headquarters of Internet search-engine giant Google Inc. (AP Photo/John Cogill)AP - Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt on Wednesday told industry analysts the online search engine leader is unlikely to create its own Web browser, even though the company remains worried about being slighted by the next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer.


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Windows Live OneCare Hits the Streets (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - On Wednesday, Microsoft launched a new security service called Windows Live OneCare. Likening the service to a "pit crew" for consumer PCs, Microsoft said the software will fend off malicious attacks with antivirus and antispyware capabilities, plus a personal firewall.

Microsoft CEO defends company investments (AP)
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer during a news conference in Tokyo, May 24, 2006. Under pressure from Microsoft investors to return a portion of the company's $35 billion cash reserve and revive a flagging share price, Ballmer on Wednesday defended the company's 'first-class problem' of having too much cash. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer told investors Wednesday to be patient as the world's largest software company spends time and money developing new products and entering new markets.


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Vista Will Have Its Own Internet Explorer 7 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - At Microsoft these days, it seems that everything that was old is new again in Windows Vista. The software giant has added Internet Explorer 7 to the list of programs that will get a complete Vista makeover.

Microsoft ALM platform extended to bridge gap (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is expanding its ALM (application lifecycle management) platform on Wednesday with new tools aiming to bridge a disconnect between database developers and administrators.

Ballmer defends Microsoft's cash "problem" (Reuters)
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer during a news conference in Tokyo, May 24, 2006. Under pressure from Microsoft investors to return a portion of the company's $35 billion cash reserve and revive a flagging share price, Ballmer on Wednesday defended the company's 'first-class problem' of having too much cash. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Under pressure from Microsoft Corp. investors to return a portion of the company's $35 billion cash reserve and revive a flagging share price, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer on Wednesday defended the company's "first-class problem" of having too much cash.


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Microsoft Releases First Mac Keyboard-Mouse Combo (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Redmond still hearts Cupertino. That's the message Microsoft delivered on Tuesday in announcing desktop components, including the first Microsoft keyboard without a Windows Start button, specifically designed for the Mac.

Review: Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After waiting four years for Microsoft to roll out a bigger, better Web browser than the security-starved Internet Explorer 6 embedded in all Windows operating systems, we find that IE 7 Beta 2 is almost not worth the wait.

Ballmer Defends Microsoft's Spending Plans (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's CEO tells Wall Street analysts he has no apologies for its fiscal 2007 spending plans. And don't expect Microsoft to curtail its capital and acquisition investments or spend its cash war-chest any time soon, Ballmer says.

Microsoft to Unfurl a New Collaboration Road Map (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Sure, Windows and Office are dominating all the Microsoft product headlines as of late. But the company has plans to deliver a number of other communications, collaboration and security technologies over the next two years.

Google unlikely to make own Web browser (AP)
Konstatina Stoyanova, left, Ad Words coordinator and Alex Torres, product user support coordinator, enjoy a relaxed working atmosphere in the offices of Google, at their European headquarters in Dublin, Monday, April 10, 2006. Dublin's new Docklands,  where scores of cranes feed the frenzy for new hotels and gleaming office blocks, offer a vibrant microcosm of Ireland's rise from Europe's emigration blackspot to its 'brain gain' capital. Poles, Iranians, Swedes, Chinese, Nigerians are among the throngs performing tasks ranging from hawking fast food to writing software code. In the middle of it thrives a symbol for this new, immigrant-rich Ireland: the rapidly expanding European headquarters of Internet search-engine giant Google Inc. (AP Photo/John Cogill)AP - Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt on Wednesday told industry analysts the online search engine leader is unlikely to create its own Web browser, even though the company remains worried about being slighted by the next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer.


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Yahoo reprograms online video service (AP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.  US Internet search giant Yahoo launched a video-sharing service in a move that could capitalize on a hot online trend made clear by the popular young YouTube website.(AFP/HO/File)AP - Yahoo Inc. is reprogramming its online video service so it's more like YouTube.com, an Internet upstart that has amassed a large audience during the past year with a free Web service that encourages people to post and share homemade clips.


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Company appeals decision on porn domain (AP)
The Internet's regulatory body has rejected a plan for a new ".xxx" domain that would create a red-light district in cyberspace after heated protests from the United States and elsewhere.(AFP/Illustration)AP - The battle over a virtual red-light district is entering another round.


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Virgin to give airtime for ad-watching (AP)
Virgin head Richard Branson is seen in front of a Virgin Mobile logo in this April 3, 2006 file photo. Virgin Mobile USA, a cell-phone service used mostly by teenagers and 20-somethings, said on Tuesday it was giving its customers the option to earn free calls if they view and respond to ads on their phones. (Benoit Tessier/Reuters)AP - Virgin Mobile USA is launching a service June 14 letting customers of the company's prepaid plans earn airtime minutes for watching or reading ads.


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New version of Ubuntu software coming (AP)
AP - A new version of the Ubuntu software package, a flavor of the freely distributed Linux operating system, is due out Thursday.

U.S. online ad revenues hit $3.9B in 1Q (AP)
AP - The U.S. online advertising industry saw yet another quarter of growth as revenues reached a record $3.9 billion in the January-March period.

Review: Motorola Q software hurts gadget (AP)
A Motorola MotoQ marketed by Verizon is shown Tuesday, May 30, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - Motorola's latest phone, out this week, shares its name with the iconic gadget guru of the James Bond movies: Q.


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Pantech to supply Cingular Wireless (Reuters)
Reuters - South Korean mobile phone maker Pantech Group said on Thursday it has agreed to supply GSM phones to Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. mobile operator, beginning this month.

Researchers Pinpoint First StarOffice Virus (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Security apps specialist Kaspersky Lab identifies what is believed to be the first proof-of-concept virus code created to attack Sun's StarOffice suite and its open-source iteration, OpenOffice.

Windows Live OneCare Hits the Streets (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - On Wednesday, Microsoft launched a new security service called Windows Live OneCare. Likening the service to a "pit crew" for consumer PCs, Microsoft said the software will fend off malicious attacks with antivirus and antispyware capabilities, plus a personal firewall.

U.S. online ad revenues hit $3.9B in 1Q (AP)
AP - The U.S. online advertising industry saw yet another quarter of growth as revenues reached a record $3.9 billion in the January-March period.

Yahoo creates home for online video community (AFP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.  US Internet search giant Yahoo launched a video-sharing service in a move that could capitalize on a hot online trend made clear by the popular young YouTube website.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - US Internet search giant Yahoo has launched a video-sharing service in a move that it hopes will enable it to capitalize on a hot online trend being blazed by the popular young YouTube website.


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US Internet giant Yahoo creates home for online video community (AFP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.  US Internet search giant Yahoo launched a video-sharing service in a move that could capitalize on a hot online trend made clear by the popular young YouTube website.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - US Internet search giant Yahoo launched a video-sharing service in a move that it hopes will enable it to capitalize on a hot online trend being blazed by the popular young YouTube website.


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Yahoo reprograms online video service (AP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.  US Internet search giant Yahoo launched a video-sharing service in a move that could capitalize on a hot online trend made clear by the popular young YouTube website.(AFP/HO/File)AP - Yahoo Inc. is reprogramming its online video service so it's more like YouTube.com, an Internet upstart that has amassed a large audience during the past year with a free Web service that encourages people to post and share homemade clips.


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Google unlikely to make own Web browser (AP)
Konstatina Stoyanova, left, Ad Words coordinator and Alex Torres, product user support coordinator, enjoy a relaxed working atmosphere in the offices of Google, at their European headquarters in Dublin, Monday, April 10, 2006. Dublin's new Docklands,  where scores of cranes feed the frenzy for new hotels and gleaming office blocks, offer a vibrant microcosm of Ireland's rise from Europe's emigration blackspot to its 'brain gain' capital. Poles, Iranians, Swedes, Chinese, Nigerians are among the throngs performing tasks ranging from hawking fast food to writing software code. In the middle of it thrives a symbol for this new, immigrant-rich Ireland: the rapidly expanding European headquarters of Internet search-engine giant Google Inc. (AP Photo/John Cogill)AP - Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt on Wednesday told industry analysts the online search engine leader is unlikely to create its own Web browser, even though the company remains worried about being slighted by the next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer.


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Prince to get Webby online award (AP)
Prince performs during the 'American Idol' finale show at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, Wednesday, May 24, 2006. Prince will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at this year's Webby online awards for his use of the Internet to distribute music and connect with audiences, according to a statement Wednesday, May 31, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Prince will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at this year's Webby online awards for his use of the Internet to distribute music and connect with audiences.


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Google, Others Help Web Ads Navigate TV Pitfalls Television (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - One of the most popular methods of online video advertising--placing a 15- or 30-second commercial before Web clips--is considered by some to be repeating the same sins as the stodgy old television spot.

Swedish police shut down major piracy site (AFP)
Swedish police said they had shut down one of the world's largest online piracy sites, The Pirate Bay, and arrested three people suspected of illegal filesharing in several raids involving more than 50 police officers.(AFP/PRESSENSBILD/File)AFP - Swedish police said they had shut down one of the world's largest online piracy sites, The Pirate Bay, and arrested three people suspected of illegal filesharing in several raids involving more than 50 police officers.


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Google has no plan for its own Web browser: CEO (Reuters)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London, August 13, 2004. Google Inc. has no plans to build its own Web browser software to compete with rival Microsoft Corp., Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday. (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. has no plans to build its own Web browser software to compete with rival Microsoft Corp., Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday.


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Google CEO Reiterates Concerns Over IE7 (PC World)
PC World - Search giant doesn't like the integrated search feature in Microsoft's browser.

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