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Microsoft expects Adobe to file antitrust suit: WSJ (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith is seen in this April 28, 2006 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal.


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Microsoft to offer premium server license (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks at a news conference in Beijing May 22, 2006. Microsoft Corp. may need to cut prices or pursue a deal similar to Yahoo Inc.'s and online auctioneer eBay Inc.'s partnership to gain ground in the lucrative Internet advertising market, analysts said on Thursday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. will offer a premium license for the upcoming version of its Exchange e-mail server that will let users do things like retrieve voice mails from their e-mail inboxes or give their computer a voice command to check their calendar or alert co-workers they're going to be late for a meeting.


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Microsoft OneCare Faces Challenge from Rivals (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's first offering in the computer-security business faces a challenge from two incumbent antivirus software vendors. Both Symantec and McAfee have announced services that will compete directly with Microsoft's new Windows Live OneCare.

Symantec Spells Out Answers To Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Symantec spells out how it will compete with Microsoft for consumers' security business, but again declines to promise that its by-subscription security service will be available this year.

Speculation Mounts on Microsoft Handheld (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - On Wednesday, 1UP reported on the likelihood of a Microsoft handheld when analysts from The Diffusion Group conjectured a timeframe for Microsoft's entrance into the portable market. A day later, we contacted Michael Pachter, analyst with Wedbush Morgan Securities, to pick his brain on the prospects of a handheld platform from Microsoft.

China PC sales with legal Windows jumps: IDC (Reuters)
Reuters - The number of PCs sold in China containing legal copies of Microsoft's Windows operating system doubled in the first quarter from the fourth, as major vendors joined a campaign to stamp out piracy, new data showed.

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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Microsoft Seen Eyeing Handheld Gaming Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some say it makes perfect sense for Microsoft to enter the portable gaming market. Microsoft, meanwhile, remains coy about its plans.

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)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith is seen in this April 28, 2006 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Francois Lenoir/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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Firms wary about holding customer records (AP)
A technician looks at an array of Internet servers in a file photo. The Federal Bureau of Investigation wants U.S. Internet providers to retain Web address records for up to two years to aid investigations into terrorism and pornography, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - The head of the FBI says Internet companies should retain customer records for two years to help the federal government investigate not only porn but also terrorism.


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Microsoft to offer premium server license (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks at a news conference in Beijing May 22, 2006. Microsoft Corp. may need to cut prices or pursue a deal similar to Yahoo Inc.'s and online auctioneer eBay Inc.'s partnership to gain ground in the lucrative Internet advertising market, analysts said on Thursday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. will offer a premium license for the upcoming version of its Exchange e-mail server that will let users do things like retrieve voice mails from their e-mail inboxes or give their computer a voice command to check their calendar or alert co-workers they're going to be late for a meeting.


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AOL e-mail delayed by software glitch (AP)
The head of America Online (AOL) Jonathan Miller speaks in Las Vegas January 5, 2006. Internet service AOL said on Thursday that its e-mail service had been held up by a software problem, delaying millions of e-mails since the late morning. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Millions of AOL users encountered delays sending and receiving e-mail for several hours Thursday before the company identified and fixed a software glitch.


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AMD discloses plans for new products (AP)
Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., is seen Thursday, June 1, 2006. AMD, Intel Corp.'s biggest rival in the market for microprocessors that act as the brains of personal computers, unveiled plans for new products it said would deliver improved performance and efficiency. Executives disclosed details of a mobile-PC chip design that boosts power efficiency by allowing parts of the processor to turn on and off as needed. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Intel Corp.'s biggest rival in the market for microprocessors that act as the brains of personal computers, unveiled plans for new products it said would deliver improved performance and efficiency.


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Mitsubishi unveils high-tech tabletop (AP)
A technician examines a 12-inch wafer at a semiconductor plant. Japanese electronics maker Mitsubishi Electric Corp said that US antitrust investigators have requested details of its past memory chip sales as part of a wider investigation.(AFP/File/Sam Yeh)AP - When a small group crowds around a PC to work on a project, there's often considerable shuffling for a good view of the monitor and control of the mouse or keyboard.


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Yahoo Video pushes play again (Reuters)
Clients drink beer in a bar decorated with the Ecuadoran flag in the village of Bad Kissingen, where the Ecuadoran national soccer team has set up its training camp during the first round of the World Cup, June 1, 2006. PREVIEW  REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (GERMANY)Reuters - Looking to close the gap with upstart YouTube -- the Internet's top destination for viewing videos -- Yahoo Inc. has unveiled the latest version of a video search product that it launched 18 months ago.


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Starbucks enters DVD game with Chuck Berry tribute (Reuters)
Rock and roll icon Chuck Berry is seen in St. Louis, October 18, 2001. Coffee merchant Starbucks, already a major player in the music business, will enter the home video game June 27 with an exclusive version of the Chuck Berry DVD documentary 'Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll.' (Tim Parker/Reuters)Reuters - Coffee merchant Starbucks, already a major player in the music business, will enter the home video game June 27 with an exclusive version of the Chuck Berry DVD documentary "Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll."


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VimpelCom Expands, Margins Contract (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - VimpelCom (NYSE: VIP - News) rang with its Q1 2006 earnings report this morning, but because of the time difference, the call was at the entirely uncivilized hour of 6 a.m. So in case you were sleeping in, here's a rundown of what Russia's No. 2 mobile telecom provider had to say.

AMD Opens Up To Help Allies Make Companion Processors (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The chipmaker Thursday unveiled an open-source software design package for microprocessors called Torrenza.

Microsoft expects Adobe to file antitrust suit: WSJ (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith is seen in this April 28, 2006 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal.


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Stones to resume tour as Keith Richards gets OK (Reuters)
Reuters - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has made a "complete recovery" from his mysterious accident in Fiji, and the rock band will belatedly begin its European tour in Milan on July 11, according to a statement posted on its Web site on Friday.

Firms wary about holding customer records (AP)
A technician looks at an array of Internet servers in a file photo. The Federal Bureau of Investigation wants U.S. Internet providers to retain Web address records for up to two years to aid investigations into terrorism and pornography, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - The head of the FBI says Internet companies should retain customer records for two years to help the federal government investigate not only porn but also terrorism.


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Yahoo Video pushes play again (Reuters)
Clients drink beer in a bar decorated with the Ecuadoran flag in the village of Bad Kissingen, where the Ecuadoran national soccer team has set up its training camp during the first round of the World Cup, June 1, 2006. PREVIEW  REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (GERMANY)Reuters - Looking to close the gap with upstart YouTube -- the Internet's top destination for viewing videos -- Yahoo Inc. has unveiled the latest version of a video search product that it launched 18 months ago.


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Texas governor plans "virtual" border patrol (Reuters)
Border Patrol agent Luis Gonzalez looks at the Rio Grande river with Mexico on the left and the U.S. on the right from a railroad bridge in Laredo, Texas May 2, 2006. Texas Gov. Rick Perry unveiled plans on Thursday to place hundreds of surveillance cameras along the Rio Grande and stream the images to the Internet so computer users everywhere can help patrol the U.S.-Mexico border. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Texas Gov. Rick Perry unveiled plans on Thursday to place hundreds of surveillance cameras along the Rio Grande and stream the images to the Internet so computer users everywhere can help patrol the U.S.-Mexico border.


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Virus Returns To Hewlett-Packard Web Site (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A virus that first appeared on Hewlett-Packard Co.'s Web site six years ago seems to have returned.

Symantec ponders Internet ID management service (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Symantec is considering developing a service that would position the company as a third-party broker of identity management services for the Internet.

Raided Site Promises Swift Return (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Police say they are they trying to stop an avalanche of Internet piracy.

FBI wants Internet records kept 2 years: source (Reuters)
A technician looks at an array of Internet servers in a file photo. The Federal Bureau of Investigation wants U.S. Internet providers to retain Web address records for up to two years to aid investigations into terrorism and pornography, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - The Federal Bureau of Investigation wants U.S. Internet providers to retain Web address records for up to two years to aid investigations into terrorism and pornography, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday.


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AOL says fixes e-mail software glitch (Reuters)
The head of America Online (AOL) Jonathan Miller speaks in Las Vegas January 5, 2006. Internet service AOL said on Thursday that its e-mail service had been held up by a software problem, delaying millions of e-mails since the late morning. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Internet service AOL said on Thursday it had resolved a software problem that delayed the transmission of millions of e-mails since the late morning.


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DSL Beats Cable In New Subscribers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The findings reversed the trend from the previous four quarters, which saw cable operators leading in new-subscriber growth.

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