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Microsoft to adopt XML for next Office version (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said on Wednesday that it will make XML, a data format increasingly used by businesses, standard in the next version of its Office program due out next year.

Next Office Edition to Default to XML (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. announced Wednesday that the next version of its Office software will use Internet-friendly XML technology as the default file format for documents created in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Microsoft Rallies Support For Longhorn Digital-Image Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft rallies industry support behind its platform for viewing and editing native images from digital cameras in the next version of Windows.

EU mulls Microsoft proposals to avoid fines in antitrust row (AFP)
AFP - The European Union began studying proposals from Microsoft to end an antitrust row that has seen it threatened with heavy fines.

Microsoft Plans RAW Image Support for Longhorn (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), together with companies in the digital-imaging industry, on Wednesday announced enhancements to Windows and the forthcoming Longhorn that will let consumers work with RAW image files natively.

Microsoft Plans to Support Raw Images in Longhorn (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Nikon, Canon, Adobe and Fujifilm are cooperating in an effort to enable future operating systems to handle the popular digital photography format.

Microsoft Adds Support for RAW Images (PC World)
PC World - Windows XP and Longhorn will give users better control over digital images.

EU Regulators Analyze Microsoft Proposal (AP)
AP - European Union regulators on Wednesday started analyzing Microsoft Corp.'s proposal to comply with an antitrust ruling involving its Windows platform and will seek advice from the software maker's rivals before deciding whether to impose additional fines against the company.

Microsoft Meets Antitrust Deadline (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The firm had until midnight to submit proposals for how it will comply with the European Union's antitrust rulings.

Microsoft submits antitrust proposal (Reuters)
Reuters - Antitrust authorities are sifting through Microsoft Corp.'s final proposal to comply with a European Commission decision, which the software giant submitted near a midnight deadline, a Commission spokesman said on Wednesday.

Israeli Companies Suspected of Spying (AP)
AP - It started out as a family feud. But a small-time computer break-in has erupted into Israel's biggest business scandal in decades, reaching into some of the country's powerful corporate suites and jolting the cozy world of the industrial elite.

Internet Group OKs 'xxx' Web Addresses (AP)
AP - The Internet's primary oversight body approved a plan Wednesday to create a virtual red-light district, setting the stage for pornographic Web sites to use new addresses ending in "xxx."

Roborior Is Interior Decor, Guard Dog (AP)
AP - It looks like a watermelon-sized eyeball on wheels that glows in hues of purple, blue and orange while gurgling with whimsical buzzes and rings.

Yahoo!, Cisco Combine Antispam Efforts (AP)
AP - Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc. and Internet portal Yahoo Inc. are combining their efforts to combat e-mail spam and forgery in a step that's expected to help expand adoption of the technology.

EBay to Acquire Shopping.com for $620M (AP)
AP - EBay Inc. said Wednesday it would acquire comparison shopping and consumer review site Shopping.com Inc. for about $620 million in cash.

Internet betting flourishes with jury shortly to ponder Jackson verdict (AFP)
AFP - With the Michael Jackson trial nearing its close, gambling on its outcome is widely in evidence on the Internet, with most people apparently tending to bet on an acquittal for the star accused of child molestation.

Opportunity calls in fragmented mobile phone sector (Reuters)
Reuters - What do gamers, businessmen and music lovers have in common?

Sorrent launches Glu Mobile as cell phone gamer (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. game developer Sorrent Inc. on Wednesday launched Glu Mobile, a line of entertainment products for cell phones including games, cartoons and sports news.

SCO Narrows Loss In Second Quarter (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The SCO Group reports a narrower loss in the second quarter, but said revenues also declined due to competition in the Unix server market.

Microsoft to adopt XML for next Office version (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said on Wednesday that it will make XML, a data format increasingly used by businesses, standard in the next version of its Office program due out next year.

Internet betting flourishes with jury shortly to ponder Jackson verdict (AFP)
AFP - With the Michael Jackson trial nearing its close, gambling on its outcome is widely in evidence on the Internet, with most people apparently tending to bet on an acquittal for the star accused of child molestation.

Next Office Edition to Default to XML (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. announced Wednesday that the next version of its Office software will use Internet-friendly XML technology as the default file format for documents created in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Yahoo!, Cisco Combine Antispam Efforts (AP)
AP - Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc. and Internet portal Yahoo Inc. are combining their efforts to combat e-mail spam and forgery in a step that's expected to help expand adoption of the technology.

Retailers tailor prices to personal Web data-study (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. shoppers may be paying different prices for the same goods because of information gleaned from the Internet about individual buying habits, according to a survey released on Wednesday.

Banks Try Tokens to Protect Online Users (AP)
AP - Several small banks are launching heightened security programs this month to try to thwart identity theft and make customers feel more comfortable with online transactions.

EBay to Acquire Shopping.com for $620M (AP)
AP - EBay Inc. said Wednesday it would acquire comparison shopping and consumer review site Shopping.com Inc. for about $620 million in cash.

Internet Group OKs 'xxx' Web Addresses (AP)
AP - The Internet's primary oversight body approved a plan Wednesday to create a virtual red-light district, setting the stage for pornographic Web sites to use new addresses ending in "xxx."

Google shares surge to new highs after stock report (Reuters)
Reuters - Shares of Web search company Google Inc. closed at another record high on Wednesday after an analyst report raised the company's price target and advised investors that the stock has "further to go."

eBay agrees to buy Shopping.com for $620 mln cash (Reuters)
Reuters - Online auctioneer eBay Inc. said on Wednesday it agreed to buy Shopping.com , which provides online comparison shopping and consumer reviews, for about $620 million in cash.

Authenticated RFID Model Tries To Protect Against Counterfeit Drugs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Texas Instruments and VeriSign, Inc. introduced Wednesday an authenticated radio frequency identification model (RFID), in an effort to secure chain-of-custody control for pharmaceutical markets.

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