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The new actions include a second complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission and a federal suit in Southern California. Same song, new verse. But not quite as much fun this time. A federal trade panel has ruled that Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox doesn't infringe on wireless patents owned by Motorola Mobility, another in a series of legal decisions that could quiet patent litigation surrounding popular consumer electronic devices. Google is nowhere near as dominant in advertising as it is in search, but the FTC may be interested in taking a closer look at the business. Dish Network Corp. took one step closer to arranging $9 billion in committed financing for its $25.5 billion bid for Sprint Nextel Corp. Telefonica and MTS talk about what comes after dumb pipes. Google Inc. co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin say they don't pay much attention to rivals. But the search company increasingly appears to be following Amazon. The video ad network has been looking to go public for a long time. More video IPOs likely this year. AT&T Inc. has added a new monthly administrative fee of 61 cents to the bills of all of its contract wireless lines as of May 1, a move that could bring in more than a half-billion dollars in annual revenue to the telecom giant. "Who are those people? What is the opposite of a Genius Bar?"