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Novell wins bid to pursue ’90s-era Microsoft antitrust case

An appeals court says Novel can pursue an antitrust case against Microsoft over the death of WordPerfect.
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AOL: Display ads up, profits and subscriptions down

AOL first quarter results saw display ad revenue up four percent...but revenue still fell 17 percent
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Now that’s funny: Pandora gets into comedy

Pandora is now offering individualized comedy stations that serve custom content tailored to listeners' particular funny bones.
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Google launches ‘It Gets Better’ TV ad for Chrome browser

In a move that pushes the browser wars further into the public eye, Google has release the first television ad for its Chrome browser, and it does so by backing gay young people in need of support.
Apple

Apple tweaks App Store product rankings, user reviews locked for promo code downloads

Previously speculated tweaks made by Apple to the App Store's product rankings charts are apparently still underway, as the company's customer support tells one user that product reviews are no longer possible for apps downloaded with a…
Android Army

Spotify music download service launches in Europe with iPod support, free playlist syncing

Swedish music streaming service Spotify launches a major update, adding music downloads, free wireless playlist sync for mobile apps and support for iPod device management.
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Two bloggers in Saudi Arabia arrested due to strict media laws

Due to the restrictions of new media laws enacted by King Abdullah, two bloggers in Saudi Arabia have been arrested.
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Judge denies subpoenas based on IP addresses

A judge ruled that IP addresses aren't people and denied a Canadian porn company subpoenas for personal information in a copyright infringement lawsuit.
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AT&T launching its own Groupon clone

AT&T joins the long list of Groupon mimics with a new discount site for local businesses.
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Osama bin Laden spam floods Web, promises gory video

The death of Osama bin Laden has sparked massive amounts of Internet interest - and spammers are well aware.
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Yahoo: Teens don’t know who bin Laden is

Yahoo says many teenagers don't know why Osama bin Laden is significant...and, by the way, Yahoo knows which of its searchers are teens.
Apple

Foxconn workers sign ‘no suicide’ pledge

The controversial Chinese manufacturer Foxconn has found itself under scrutiny once again over "no-suicide" contracts required for factory employees.