Microsoft is reportedly seeking to buy DoubleClick, to bolster its online advertising business.  The Wall Street Journal reports a price in the range of $2 Billion.

LG has announced a deal with Google, that will bring the search giant’s software to mobile phones.  Services will include mobile versions of Blogger, Google Maps, and Gmail.  This follows an earlier, similar deal with Samsung.

YouTube intends to launch a mobile website, so that cellphone users will be able to access a select number of videos from their library of “user-generated” videos.  The site will go live when their exclusive deal with Verizon expires.

Yahoo has announced that all free Yahoo Mail accounts will be upgraded to unlimited storage in May.  This is a significant increase to the current 1 gigabyte limit for free accounts.

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