Microsoft to offer improved tools to search books

Microsoft to offer improved tools to search books
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it would offer improved capacity to search copyrighted books on the Internet as the company battles Google Inc. for advertising dollars from Web-based services.[Lees verder]

YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – EMI has joined the other three major music companies in letting YouTube users play with its music videos, allowing people to get clips by the likes of David Bowie, Norah Jones and Coldplay from the Google-owned site and edit them into their own videos.[Lees verder]

First arrest under spam law could dent e-mail flood
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Charges against a man accused of being one of the Internet’s most notorious spammers could spell relief from millions of unwanted message clogging e-mail in-boxes, computer security officials said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

eHarmony sued in California for excluding gays
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The popular online dating service eHarmony was sued on Thursday for refusing to offer its services to gays, lesbians and bisexuals.[Lees verder]

EU decision on Google data privacy months away
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s data watchdog will take months to decide whether Google may be violating European privacy laws, a spokeswoman for the group said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Book world tunes into Internet social networks
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Faced with the challenge of marketing a book with a vulgarity in the title, publisher Rick Wolff turned to Internet blogs and social networking sites to spread the word about his latest business book.[Lees verder]

Warner to put ad-supported video archive online
LONDON (Reuters) – Warner Music, the world’s fourth largest music group, is putting its archive of music video online and making it available for free to fans.[Lees verder]

MySpace, The Globe.com settle lawsuit
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp.’s popular social network MySpace said on Thursday it has settled a lawsuit it filed against The Globe.com for sending junk mail to its members.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to offer improved tools to search books
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it would offer improved capacity to search copyrighted books on the Internet as the company battles Google Inc. for advertising dollars from Web-based services.[Lees verder]

YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – EMI has joined the other three major music companies in letting YouTube users play with its music videos, allowing people to get clips by the likes of David Bowie, Norah Jones and Coldplay from the Google-owned site and edit them into their own videos.[Lees verder]

First arrest under spam law could dent e-mail flood
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Charges against a man accused of being one of the Internet’s most notorious spammers could spell relief from millions of unwanted message clogging e-mail in-boxes, computer security officials said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

eHarmony sued in California for excluding gays
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The popular online dating service eHarmony was sued on Thursday for refusing to offer its services to gays, lesbians and bisexuals.[Lees verder]

EU decision on Google data privacy months away
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s data watchdog will take months to decide whether Google may be violating European privacy laws, a spokeswoman for the group said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Book world tunes into Internet social networks
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Faced with the challenge of marketing a book with a vulgarity in the title, publisher Rick Wolff turned to Internet blogs and social networking sites to spread the word about his latest business book.[Lees verder]

Warner to put ad-supported video archive online
LONDON (Reuters) – Warner Music, the world’s fourth largest music group, is putting its archive of music video online and making it available for free to fans.[Lees verder]

MySpace, The Globe.com settle lawsuit
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp.’s popular social network MySpace said on Thursday it has settled a lawsuit it filed against The Globe.com for sending junk mail to its members.[Lees verder]

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