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December 2, 2006

Microsoft Weekly Miscellany, December 2, 2006

Posted by David Hunter at 2:50 PM ET.

Some Microsoft news items from this week that didn’t get a post of their own.

Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer will only have to travel to Iowa once to testify in the antitrust trial which started Friday with 100 pages of jury instructions that took five hours to read.

Microsoft settles patent dispute with Belkin. Originally mentioned here.

Gosh, Microsoft adCenter is expanding the pilot for contextual ads.

Microsoft snuck out a beta of Windows Live Search for Mobile and apparently the product version of Windows Live Messenger for mobile browsers.

Microsoft names Maria Martinez as the new CVP of Worldwide Services. She replaces Rick Devenuti who announced his retirement in October.

Filed under Antitrust, Belkin, Coopetition, Executives, General Business, Governmental Relations, Legal, Live Search, MSN, Microsoft, Patent Lawsuits, Patents, Windows Live, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live for Windows Mobile, adCenter

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