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Gates: Microsoft May Reconsider Gay Rights (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. may rethink its decision to withdraw support for state legislation that would ban discrimination against gays and lesbians, Chairman Bill Gates says.

SAP, Microsoft Link Business Software (AP)
AP - SAP AG and Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday they had developed a new product to link their business software programs in a further cooperative step between the world's leading software producers.

Microsoft, SAP to Jointly Develop Software (Reuters)
Reuters - Hundreds of developers at Microsoft Corp. and SAP will work together on a new product designed to link together their business software in the most significant leap forward in their 15-year partnership, the companies said on Tuesday.

WinHEC: Microsoft Slams Own Windows XP in Call for Longhorn Support (PC World)
PC World - Managing wireless will be much easier in next version of Windows, company promises.

Microsoft Says PC Users Drowning in Info (AP)
AP - Computer storage technology is getting so cheap a person could record every conversation of a lifetime and decades of photographs, but experts must improve search systems so users can make sense of such mind-boggling amounts of information, Microsoft's top research executive said Tuesday.

Microsoft, SAP Announce Partnership (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) have announced that they are jointly developing a product that will link SAP processes directly to Microsoft Office applications.

Samsung, Microsoft Team on Hybrid Drive for Longhorn (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Samsung's flash memory has been incorporated into the design of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) prototype hybrid hard drive, a disk drive that will combine flash memory with rotating storage media.

Gates Offers Technical Preview of Longhorn at WinHEC (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With the third decade of Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows quickly approaching, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on Monday predicted that 64-bit computing, together with the newest versions of the company's operating system, will ignite an era of industry-wide innovation.

Is the Windows Market Saturated? Microsoft Says No (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft has a number of ideas, which it is sharing with its hardware and software partners, as to how to ratchet up Windows desktop revenues by billions per year.

Microsoft's Metro Takes Aim at Adobe (PC World)
PC World - Next version of Windows will include a new document format that rivals Adobe's PostScript and PDF.

Apple Retaliates Over Jobs Biography (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. has retaliated against the publisher of an upcoming unauthorized biography about chief executive Steve Jobs by removing dozens of other technology books sold by the publisher from Apple stores around the world.

Review: Computerized Shoe Adjusts on Fly (AP)
AP - Ken Bob Saxton, the ebullient evangelist of running barefoot, got a lot of attention at last week's Boston Marathon with his simple message: Runners would, on the whole, suffer far fewer injuries if they unshod themselves.

Review: 'Doom 3' Debuts for Xbox (AP)
AP - If your bloodlust somehow wasn't satisfied after vaporizing the umpteenth demon in last year's PC version of "Doom 3," id Software Inc. has released a reworked Xbox version and an expansion pack for the PC with even more carnage.

Microsoft Says PC Users Drowning in Info (AP)
AP - Computer storage technology is getting so cheap a person could record every conversation of a lifetime and decades of photographs, but experts must improve search systems so users can make sense of such mind-boggling amounts of information, Microsoft's top research executive said Tuesday.

Experiment for Photos on Stamps to Resume (AP)
AP - After an initial test marred by computer pranksters, Stamps.com Inc. and the U.S. Postal Service are again offering people a chance to put their personal photos on postage stamps.

Ex-Enron Internet Chief Says Lies Drove Up Stock (Reuters)
Reuters - A former top boss at Enron's Internet unit testified in court on Tuesday that his former co-chief executive lied to analysts in a key presentation that sent the energy company's share price soaring in 2000.

RealNetworks Unveils Rhapsody to Go Music Service (Reuters)
Reuters - Digital media company RealNetworks Inc. on Tuesday said it expanded its subscription music service to allow paying subscribers access to more than 1 million songs and now will allow nonpaying users to listen to 25 songs for free each month.

WinHEC: Microsoft Slams Own Windows XP in Call for Longhorn Support (PC World)
PC World - Managing wireless will be much easier in next version of Windows, company promises.

MySQL CEO pans software patents, touts open source (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - MySQL has become perhaps the most visible player in the open source database market. With revenues now at $20 million annually, the company is eyeing a greater enterprise presence with its upcoming MySQL 5.0 database, which will add features such as triggers to the product. Marten Mickos, of Finnish descent, is the CEO of the company, which began in neighboring Sweden. InfoWorld Editor at Large Paul Krill spoke with Mickos during the MySQL Users Conference 2005 in Santa Clara, Calif., last week, asking Mickos about topics ranging from MySQL's place in the database market to the volatile issue of software patents.

SAP, Microsoft Link Business Software (AP)
AP - SAP AG and Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday they had developed a new product to link their business software programs in a further cooperative step between the world's leading software producers.

Ex-Enron Internet Chief Says Lies Drove Up Stock (Reuters)
Reuters - A former top boss at Enron's Internet unit testified in court on Tuesday that his former co-chief executive lied to analysts in a key presentation that sent the energy company's share price soaring in 2000.

FCC Chief Wants 911 Service for Internet Phones (Reuters)
Reuters - Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin said on Tuesday he would soon propose requiring Internet-based telephone providers to offer their customers emergency 911 dialing services.

Yahoo Hires Ex-AOL Executive to Growing Media Group (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo Inc. said on Tuesday it hired Shawn Hardin, a former AOL vice president, in the midst of an expansion of its media group in Southern California.

RealNetworks Unveils Rhapsody to Go (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The streaming media pioneer launches a portable subscription plan for its Rhapsody music service, at a price similar to that of competing service Napster to Go.

Google Puts RSS Advertising to the Test (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A popular Weblog has begun displaying Google AdSense ads in its syndication feeds as part of what is expected to be a bigger pilot test in coming weeks.

DoubleClick Acquired for $1.1 Billion (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Online advertising provider DoubleClick (Nasdaq: DCLK) announced that it is being acquired by Hellman & Friedman, a San Francisco-based private equity firm, for US$1.1 billion.

Web Server Attacks, Defacements Increase (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Web server attacks and Web site defacements have risen by 36 percent, according to a report released at the ongoing Infosecurity Europe trade show by Zone-H, which aggregates statistics on Web server cyber crimes.

New Music-Subscription Competition for iTunes and Napster? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Amid much fanfare, Real Networks is expected to announce Tuesday its own take on a subscription-based music-download service based on the tethered downloads made possible by Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) digital rights management software.

New Worm Targets P2P Networks (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A new worm, W32/Nopir.B, is targeting the peer-to-peer networks that trade music and movies, usually illegally. Identified by antivirus and Internet security specialist Sophos, the worm destroys MP3 files on the hard drive when it is downloaded.

AMD saw light in a dark time (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - In 1999, Advanced Micro Devices was the money-losing ugly duckling of the tech boom. Engineers, drinking the Kool-Aid of the Internet, were leaving en masse for communications chip start-ups.

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