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  • Microsoft Corp. and Adobe Inc. are on a collision course as they seek to dominate a new kind of software that will change how personal computers and the Web work together.

    Microsoft today plans to roll out a test version of its Silverlight software that can be used to build advanced programs that run on the Web. That's an area Adobe has dominated with products like its Flash software for Web animation and video.

     

    The Wall Street Journal Online.

    Tuesday, April 17, 2007 11:16 AM
  • Google's Rivals Fear DoubleClick Deal Concentrates Too Much Web-Ad Clout

     

    Microsoft Corp., AT&T Inc., Time Warner Inc. and several other large Internet and media companies are hoping to encourage antitrust regulators to closely scrutinize Google Inc.'s planned $3.1 billion purchase of Internet-ad-services firm DoubleClick Inc., said executives at the companies.

     

    The Wall Street Journal Online.

    Tuesday, April 17, 2007 11:21 AM