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Google Launches Web-Based Spreadsheet (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For the hordes of the ultra-organized for whom the columns and rows of a spreadsheet are as familiar as air, Google has launched a new application. The release of the Web-based Google Spreadsheets furthers the Internet search giant's foray into territory long considered the primary domain of Microsoft.

Google to launch online spreadsheet to compete with Microsoft (AFP)
Headquarters of the internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California.   Google announced plans for an online spreadsheet program to compete with the dominant Excel by Microsoft.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Internet search giant Google announced plans for an online spreadsheet program to compete with the dominant Excel by Microsoft.


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Microsoft to Publish New Common Engineering Criteria at Tech Ed (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - While Microsoft says the criteria demonstrate its commitment to providing best-in-class products that are integrated and manageable, it was criticized by customers as a ruse to facilitate even greater lock-in.

Microsoft Announces Rev 2 of BizTalk Server 2006 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The R2 version's biggest upgrade: RFID capabilities that include a new set of services for developing and managing RFID software.

EU to announce Microsoft ruling next month (AFP)
Microsoft's lawyer Ian Forrester at the end of a five-day trial at European Union's Court of First Instance in April 2006. Microsoft is trying to quash a multi-million dollar fine. The European Commission will announce next month if US software giant Microsoft has done enough to avoid daily fines of up to two million euros in a competition dispute.(AFP/File/Jean-Christophe Verhaegen)AFP - The European Commission will announce next month if US software giant Microsoft has done enough to avoid daily fines of up to two million euros in a competition dispute.


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Microsoft Releases New Antigen Security Suite (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - With its acquisition of Sybari Software complete, Microsoft ships revamped versions of Antigen for Exchange, Antigen for SMTP Gateways, Antigen Spam Manager and Antigen Enterprise Manager.

Microsoft releases Antigen e-mail security (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Tuesday announced the first release of the Antigen enterprise antivirus and antispam software since it purchased the technology with Sybari Software in 2005.

Google to unveil spreadsheet program (AP)
In this April 29, 2004, file photo, Google Inc. employees leave a meeting at Google headquarters (in background) in Mountain View, Calif. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc. will introduce a spreadsheet program Tuesday, continuing the Internet search leader's expansion into territory long dominated by Microsoft Corp.


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Microsoft Adds a Business-Intelligence Server to Its Line Up (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, due to roll out next year, is another component of Microsoft's growing stable of business-intelligence wares.

Microsoft to update Office for business intelligence (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft plans to clarify its business intelligence strategy with the unveiling of Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, a new addition to its Office lineup, on Tuesday.

Brin says Google compromised principles (AP)
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, right, and Larry Page speak with reporters during Googles Press Day on Wednesday, May 10, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, FILE)AP - Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged Tuesday the dominant Internet company has compromised its principles by accommodating Chinese censorship demands. He said Google is wrestling to make the deal work before deciding whether to reverse course.


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Minnesota sued over video game clampdown (Reuters)
Reuters - The trade group representing the video game industry sued the state of Minnesota on Tuesday to overturn a new bill that would fine children and teens for buying or renting mature or adults-only games.

World Cup to kick start mobile TV: report (Reuters)
Reuters - The soccer World Cup in Germany will provide the catalyst for TV services on mobile phones to start taking off, but real growth will occur over the next five years, an industry report said on Wednesday.

PCs seen playing key role in HD-DVD vs Blu-ray war (Reuters)
A Blu-ray Disc drive for personal computers and Blu-ray discs are seen in this April 21, 2006 file photo. PCs are emerging as a battleground in the budding war between two technologies vying to be the standard for high capacity DVDs -- and take the lucrative mantle of next benchmark in optical storage. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - PCs are emerging as a battleground in the budding war between two technologies vying to be the standard for high capacity DVDs -- and take the lucrative mantle of next benchmark in optical storage.


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Some hi-definition TV buyers unsure what it does (Reuters)
A worker sets up a display of high definition television screens at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 3, 2006. The World Cup is helping drive a sales boom in high definition television sets even though, according to a new survey, many buyers are uncertain of the new technology's capabilities. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - The World Cup is helping drive a sales boom in high definition television sets even though, according to a new survey, many buyers are uncertain of the new technology's capabilities.


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Yahoo to buy 10 pct stake in S.Korea's Gmarket (Reuters)
The Yahoo corporate building is seen in an undated file photo. Internet company Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in South Korean online retailer Gmarket from U.S. venture capital firm Oak Investment Partners. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet company Yahoo Inc. has agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in South Korean online retailer Gmarket, looking to tap the country's $11 billion online shopping industry.


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Dell updates server computers, pledging simplicity (Reuters)
Reuters - Dell Inc. , the world's largest personal computer maker, is launching its latest generation of server computers as it seeks a competitive edge at a time of slowing growth.

Balloon Cell Towers Starting To Take Flight (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Americans' appetite for cell phone service appears insatiable. But expanding cellular coverage with new cell towers can be a problem. The towers are big, expensive and often seen as a blight on the landscape.

Another Google App, Another Google Yawn (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Opinion: If you really want a free and good replacement for Microsoft Office, you should be looking to OpenOffice.org, not Google.

Microsoft Announces Rev 2 of BizTalk Server 2006 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The R2 version's biggest upgrade: RFID capabilities that include a new set of services for developing and managing RFID software.

Yahoo to buy 10 pct stake in S.Korea's Gmarket (Reuters)
The Yahoo corporate building is seen in an undated file photo. Internet company Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in South Korean online retailer Gmarket from U.S. venture capital firm Oak Investment Partners. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet company Yahoo Inc. has agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in South Korean online retailer Gmarket, looking to tap the country's $11 billion online shopping industry.


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Brin says Google compromised principles (AP)
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, right, and Larry Page speak with reporters during Googles Press Day on Wednesday, May 10, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, FILE)AP - Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged Tuesday the dominant Internet company has compromised its principles by accommodating Chinese censorship demands. He said Google is wrestling to make the deal work before deciding whether to reverse course.


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Google Launches Web-Based Spreadsheet (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For the hordes of the ultra-organized for whom the columns and rows of a spreadsheet are as familiar as air, Google has launched a new application. The release of the Web-based Google Spreadsheets furthers the Internet search giant's foray into territory long considered the primary domain of Microsoft.

Dell to supply Google with servers (AP)
AP - Dell Inc. said Tuesday it had reached a deal to supply Google Inc. with customized computer servers the search engine company will sell to corporate customers.

Purported Jolie-Pitt baby photo surfaces on Web (Reuters)
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt walk out of a restaurant in Davos, Switzerland, January 26, 2006. The first look at their baby pictures is going to cost some lucky newspaper or magazine a bundle -- but the money will go to charity. (Pascal Lauener/Reuters)Reuters - Celebrity magazines racing to publish the first photos of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's infant daughter may have been beaten to the punch on Tuesday when a supposed portrait of the couple and their baby surfaced on the Internet.


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Google founder lobbies for net neutrality (Reuters)
Google Inc. co-founder and President Sergey Brin is seen in an undated file photo. Brin met with U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday to press for legislation that would prevent Internet access providers from charging Web sites more for faster content delivery. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. co-founder and President Sergey Brin met with U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday to press for legislation that would prevent Internet access providers from charging Web sites more for faster content delivery.


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Net2Phone Sues Skype for Patent Infringement (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As the latest case in a string of patent-infringement lawsuits, Net2Phone has sued eBay and its subsidiary Skype over its use of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology.

Interactive Shops Struggle To Fill Empty Desks (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Last week's report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau that Internet ad spending increased by 38 percent to nearly $4 billion in the first quarter is certainly welcome news for the interactive agencies expanding alongside the medium, but it also throws a spotlight on one of the biggest obstacles to meeting the demand: a dearth of qualified talent.

Google to launch online spreadsheet to compete with Microsoft (AFP)
Headquarters of the internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California.   Google announced plans for an online spreadsheet program to compete with the dominant Excel by Microsoft.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Internet search giant Google announced plans for an online spreadsheet program to compete with the dominant Excel by Microsoft.


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Devil theories spread across Internet on '666' (AFP)
Customers examine "666" t-shirts to mark the date 6/6/06 at Screams Ice Cream shop in Hell, Michigan. Satanists celebrated with rock concerts, Christian groups prayed against evil, betting shops cashed in and the Internet hosted a devilish debate on 6-6-6, the reputed Biblical reference to the devil.(AFP/Getty Images/Bill Pugliano)AFP - Satanists celebrated with rock concerts, Christian groups prayed against evil, betting shops cashed in and the Internet hosted a devilish debate on 6-6-6, the reputed Biblical reference to the devil.


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