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Gates Pushes Auto Industry on Technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. mogul Bill Gates and the leader of Ford Motor Co. outlined a future Friday in which software enables cars to fix themselves and avoid accidents.

Microsoft's Gates Urges End to Tech Visa Limits (Reuters)
Reuters - The United States should remove visa limits to allow more skilled foreign citizens to work at U.S. companies if it wants to remain a leader in technology, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said on Wednesday.

EU Says to Take Steps if Microsoft Doesn't Comply (Reuters)
Reuters - The EU's anti-trust chief met Microsoft's CEO in Brussels and warned him that the tech giant must stop abusing Windows' virtual monopoly or face action, the European Commission said on Wednesday.

Microsoft, Intel Build Up Patent Portfolios (TechWeb)
TechWeb - As Washington eyes patent reforms, the imperative to secure intellectual property is driving companies to build up their portfolios.

Apple's "Tiger" aims to take a bite out of Microsoft, "Longhorn" (AFP)
AFP - Apple Computer sharpened its focus on the personal computer market with the release of a new operating system called "Tiger" that aims to take a bigger bite out of the market dominated by Microsoft.

Microsoft shares up after third-quarter profit nearly doubles (Canadian Press)
Canadian Press - SEATTLE (AP) - Shares of Microsoft Corp. rose Friday after the world's largest software maker reported a third-quarter profit that nearly doubled from a year ago, despite sales that fell short of Wall Street forecasts due to leaner licensing business and a sharp drop in the U.S. dollar's value.

Stocks Rise as Oil Falls, Microsoft Helps (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. stocks rallied on Friday as oil tumbled below $50 a barrel to a 10-week low, while an upbeat outlook from Microsoft Corp. boosted confidence about earnings.

Windows x64 Lacks Major Anti-Virus Coverage (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's coming-out party for a 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows XP Pro is being spoiled by the absence of anti-virus protection from big-name vendors.

Microsoft Updates IM Server to Connect with Other Networks (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Service Pack 1 of Office Live Communications Server 2005 adds support for connecting with major IM networks and for Microsoft's revamped messaging client.

Microsoft: The Cash Machine (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) is a classic cash machine (or, if you're from the Midwest, a cash cow). Go back 15 years (you can go back further, but I didn't) and you'll see that revenue and earnings increased every year.

Sirius to Offer 'Podcast' Show (AP)
AP - Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. is latching onto the "podcasting" phenomenon, launching a show later this month that will feature a daily selection of the increasingly popular do-it-yourself audio programs.

'Tags' Ease Sifting of Digital Data (AP)
AP - Here's how we tend to organize our digital photos: We stick them into a folder on our computer and label it "Hawaii trip," or whatever. Here's a new way: Forget folders or albums. Just "tag" the photos based on what's actually in each frame. Now, extrapolate this concept to the ideas, images, videos — and people — you meet or wish to find online. If they're properly tagged, they're far easier to find.

Inmates Use Intermediaries to Go Online (AP)
AP - Keith Maydak's jail cells are roomier than most. Must be all that cyberspace. State and federal prisons don't let inmates use Internet computers behind bars — and the Allegheny County Jail doesn't either. Yet Maydak has answered a reporter's e-mails from the Pittsburgh jail, and later an Ohio lockup, while he awaits sentencing for violating probation on a 900-number phone scam that cost AT&T $550,000 dollars.

New Design Could Transform 1st Bike Ride (AP)
AP - Who can forget the thrill — and terror — of that first solo bicycle ride: Mom or Dad letting go, the magic of two-wheeled freedom and, inevitably, toppling over in a knee-scraping crash?

Gates Pushes Auto Industry on Technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. mogul Bill Gates and the leader of Ford Motor Co. outlined a future Friday in which software enables cars to fix themselves and avoid accidents.

2004 Internet Ad Rev Surpasses Dotcom Boom Levels (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. Internet advertising surged 33 percent in 2004 to a record $9.6 billion, surpassing levels seen during the early Web boom, and will grow at a similar rate in 2005, according to data released on Thursday.

Survey: TV for Mobile Phones Set to Reach Masses (Reuters)
Reuters - About 125 million consumers will be watching television on their mobile phone in five years from now, a new survey found on Thursday.

Getting High On Data Services (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Convergence and mobility are spawning wide-ranging innovations in the way service providers connect remote users and central offices with one another. VoIP services are giving IT managers new ways of delivering telephony and communications services to their users, while wireless and high-speed Ethernet services are transforming the types of applications that are available to both road warriors and remote office workers.

Open-Source Thinking Taps a Rich Vein (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Open-source thinking helps Goldcorp mine a rich vein -- literally.

Spitzer Sues Intermix Over 'Spyware' (Reuters)
Reuters - New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer said on Thursday he had sued software company Intermix Media Inc. for bundling hidden "spyware" along with million of programs it gave away for free.

'Tags' Ease Sifting of Digital Data (AP)
AP - Here's how we tend to organize our digital photos: We stick them into a folder on our computer and label it "Hawaii trip," or whatever. Here's a new way: Forget folders or albums. Just "tag" the photos based on what's actually in each frame. Now, extrapolate this concept to the ideas, images, videos — and people — you meet or wish to find online. If they're properly tagged, they're far easier to find.

Inmates Use Intermediaries to Go Online (AP)
AP - Keith Maydak's jail cells are roomier than most. Must be all that cyberspace. State and federal prisons don't let inmates use Internet computers behind bars — and the Allegheny County Jail doesn't either. Yet Maydak has answered a reporter's e-mails from the Pittsburgh jail, and later an Ohio lockup, while he awaits sentencing for violating probation on a 900-number phone scam that cost AT&T $550,000 dollars.

2004 Internet Ad Rev Surpasses Dotcom Boom Levels (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. Internet advertising surged 33 percent in 2004 to a record $9.6 billion, surpassing levels seen during the early Web boom, and will grow at a similar rate in 2005, according to data released on Thursday.

EBay Execs Who Got IPO Shares to Pay $3 Million (Reuters)
Reuters - EBay Inc. said on Thursday its chief executive and two early leaders will pay $3 million to settle a shareholder lawsuit alleging they received shares in hot stock offerings from their investment bankers.

Yahoo Changes News Site, Adds Features (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo Inc. late on Wednesday revamped its News site, giving it a new look and features to help users delve deeper into subjects and to personalize headlines.

'Net-Illiterate' Parents Failing Children - Report (Reuters)
Reuters - Parents who are unable to help their children use the Internet properly could be stifling their education and reducing their job prospects, researchers said on Thursday.

Traditional media eagerly eying blogs to boost revenues, profile (AFP)
AFP - Traditional media such as newspapers and radios are casting an increasingly covetous eye over the growing number of Internet blogs, hoping to cash in on a slice of the action.

Bloggers give bite to British election media mouthful (AFP)
AFP - Be it personal rant or party propaganda, blogging has taken its place in public debate in Britain's election campaign, forming a powerful Internet forum that could help shape Thursday's polling outcome.

Radio Finds Its Way (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Innovation is all about finding new and unexpected uses for existing technologies. When the IEEE first wrote the 802.11 specification, few of its authors anticipated that it would ever carry voice or go beyond the LAN. Likewise, when the cell phone industry developed 3G, it didn't intend to create a last-mile system that could compete head-on with DSL and cable. But thanks to open and flexible standards, all this is possible, as a year's worth of wireless innovation attests.

Wal-Mart Unveils Customized Music CDs (AP)
AP - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is now offering customized music CDs for its online customers. The world's largest retailer launched the new service Tuesday.

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