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Apple to Switch Macs to Intel Chips (AP)
AP - After touting its Macintosh computers as superior alternatives for more than 20 years, Apple Computer Inc. said Monday that it plans to switch to the very Intel microprocessors that power machines designed to run Microsoft Windows.

Microsoft Creates 'Push' E-Mail Capability (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. weighed in Monday on the increasingly competitive market for real-time e-mail on mobile devices, introducing a software bridge between the company's popular Exchange platform for corporate networks and its Windows Mobile operating system for cell phones and PDAs.

Microsoft Loses Patent Infringement Case (AP)
AP - A federal jury in California has slapped Microsoft Corp. with a nearly $9 million judgment in a patent infringement lawsuit filed by a Guatemalan inventor.

Microsoft details long-range Indigo plans at TechEd (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - ORLANDO, Fla. -- Long-range plans for Microsoft's Indigo Web services technology include enabling its use on handheld devices, a company official said at the Microsoft TechEd conference here on Monday afternoon.

Microsoft, Lenovo unveil new pen-based Tablet PC (Reuters)
Reuters - China's Lenovo Group Ltd. (0992.HK), which bought IBM's personal computer business last month, on Monday unveiled its first pen-based computer which runs Microsoft Corp.'s Tablet PC version of Windows.

Microsoft antitrust proposal wins over EU (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft cleared a major stumbling block on Monday and won praise from the European Commission for finally putting forward acceptable proposals to comply with European Union antitrust sanctions.

Ballmer Talks Up Mobile Messaging Pack at TechEd (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Today at Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) TechEd 2005, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer talked about a new messaging and security pack for Windows Mobile 5.0 software.

Ballmer tells of 'New World of Work' at TechEd (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Orlando, Fla. -- Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at the Microsoft TechEd 2005 conference here touted the theme of a “New World of Work” focused on information access, business processes, and collaboration.

Microsoft, AT&T in Internet communications pact (Reuters)
Reuters - Software maker Microsoft Corp. on Monday said it signed an agreement with telecommunications company AT&T Corp. to develop Internet-based services to businesses.

Longhorn Outruns XP, Threatens Tiger (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - News Analysis: With updated security and networking features, Microsoft's hare may be ready to overtake Apple's tortoise … for now.

Apple to Switch Macs to Intel Chips (AP)
AP - After touting its Macintosh computers as superior alternatives for more than 20 years, Apple Computer Inc. said Monday that it plans to switch to the very Intel microprocessors that power machines designed to run Microsoft Windows.

United Airlines to Offer Internet Access (AP)
AP - United Airlines, the world's second-largest carrier, received regulatory approval Monday to install wireless Internet access to its fleet in a partnership with Verizon Communications Inc.

Apple Vows to Make Podcasting Easier (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs called podcasting "the hottest thing going in radio" on Monday and promised to make it easier for audiophiles to create and distribute the digital recordings.

Seattle Tops List for Wireless Web Access (AP)
AP - Seattle and San Francisco are the most "unwired cities" in America — top spots for computer junkies who send e-mail and surf the Web at restaurants, libraries or public plazas.

AOL Offers Free, Web-Based E-Mail (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. launched a free, Web-based e-mail service on Monday, departing for the first time from a fee-based subscription model as it moves to compete with free, and increasingly large, e-mail accounts offered by the likes of Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.

China to close local Web sites if unregistered (Reuters)
Reuters - China is to close unregistered China-based domestic Web sites and blogs, a media watchdog said, as the government tightens its grip on the Internet.

Supreme Court Rejects Lexmark Petition (AP)
AP - The U.S. Supreme Court won't weigh in on a closely watched copyright lawsuit in which a printer manufacturer is trying to stop a computer-chip maker whose parts allowed cheaper toner cartridges to be used in name-brand machines.

Siemens, BenQ to set up handsets venture (Reuters)
Reuters - Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Taiwan's BenQ (2352.TW) are to set up a partnership in mobile phones, sources said on Monday, in a long-awaited solution for the German company that also gives BenQ access to new markets.

Red Hat Calls for Patent Reform (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Red Hat (Nasdaq: RHAT) on Friday joined the position of several other open-source software companies in making the case for patent reform as a way to remove barriers to innovation.

Microsoft Creates 'Push' E-Mail Capability (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. weighed in Monday on the increasingly competitive market for real-time e-mail on mobile devices, introducing a software bridge between the company's popular Exchange platform for corporate networks and its Windows Mobile operating system for cell phones and PDAs.

China to close local Web sites if unregistered (Reuters)
Reuters - China is to close unregistered China-based domestic Web sites and blogs, a media watchdog said, as the government tightens its grip on the Internet.

United Airlines to Offer Internet Access (AP)
AP - United Airlines, the world's second-largest carrier, received regulatory approval Monday to install wireless Internet access to its fleet in a partnership with Verizon Communications Inc.

AOL Offers Free, Web-Based E-Mail (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. launched a free, Web-based e-mail service on Monday, departing for the first time from a fee-based subscription model as it moves to compete with free, and increasingly large, e-mail accounts offered by the likes of Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.

RSS Feeds Becoming Hot Real Estate For Online Ads (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - As more people use Web-syndication technology to collect far-flung Web content in one place, Internet advertisers are beginning to capitalize on the phenomenon.

Apple to start Japan iTunes service in Aug-paper (Reuters)
Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. will launch its iTunes online music service in Japan in August, the Nihon Keizai business daily reported on Tuesday.

Pennsylvania uses bloggers to lure tourists (Reuters)
Reuters - Pennsylvania is turning to a new kind of travel writer to sell its glories: the blogger.

Scripps Buying Search Engine Shopzilla (AP)
AP - Media company E.W. Scripps Co. on Monday said it will spend $525 million in cash to acquire privately held Shopzilla.com, the latest deal on Wall Street to capitalize on the growing specialized Internet search business.

Scripps plans to buy Shopzilla search engine (Reuters)
Reuters - The E. W. Scripps Co. said on Monday it planned to buy comparison-shopping Web site Shopzilla as traditional media companies are angling for a share of the fast-growing search advertising market.

United Airlines gets OK for onboard Wi-Fi Internet (AFP)
AFP - United Airlines said it became the first US carrier to get regulatory approval for wireless Internet, or Wi-Fi access, to be offered on airborne domestic flights in the United States.

UAL passengers OK to surf Web in flight (Reuters)
Reuters - United Airlines on Monday said it received government approval to install equipment on planes that eventually will give passengers wireless Internet access on flights.

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