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TiVo mobile video service now on Microsoft devices (Reuters)
Reuters - TiVo Inc. on Wednesday said it extended its TiVoToGo portable video service to pocket computers and mobile phones running Microsoft software, as the television recording company beefed up its offerings in an effort to differentiate from its rivals.

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.

Muglia details Microsoft's Windows Server ambitions (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Orlando, Fla. -- Microsoft is focused on tuning Windows Server to help businesses drive down maintenance costs and build more effective applications, said Bob Muglia, senior vice president of Microsoft's Windows Server division, during a TechEd conference presentation here on Tuesday.

Microsoft Weighs Server for Mid-Sized Companies (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Even as its preps Windows Server R2 and Longhorn Server beta, Microsoft is planning a new edition of the Windows Server for medium-sized businesses.

Microsoft Takes on RIM with Windows Mobile (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer announced an important development in the company's race for the hearts of mobile device users on Monday.

Microsoft Sees Bright Future for Tablet PCs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The recent announcement that Lenovo will be releasing the ThinkPad X41 Tablet brought an immediate declaration of support from Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), which will be providing the machine's operating system.

Nortel App Lets Microsoft Outlook Users Manage Calls (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Nortel's Multimedia Office Client will be available as a standalone application that's integrated into Outlook 2003 as a toolbar. The client can be used to manage different forms of communication, such as voice, video, and text.

Microsoft Adds Sender ID Anti-Spoofing Protocol To Exchange 2003 SP2 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - When it launches later this year, Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) will support Sender ID, Microsoft's sender authentication scheme.

Microsoft Takes On RFID Data Management (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Senior VP Flessner calls making RFID available inexpensively and plentifully from a Windows perspective a "super-important play."

Microsoft To Launch Next Revs Of Visual Studio And SQL Server In November (TechWeb)
TechWeb - SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006 are slated to be launched the week of Nov. 7, Microsoft said Tuesday at Tech Ed 2005.

IBM to Reveal Details of New Cell Chips (AP)
AP - IBM Corp. planned to reveal key details of its highly anticipated "Cell" microprocessors Wednesday as part of the company's effort to support open-source computing designs.

Shanghai Cracks Down on Pirated Movies (AP)
AP - Shanghai is cracking down on pirated videos ahead of the city's international film festival, putting illegal copies of the latest "Stars Wars" movie and TV shows such as "Friends" out of reach — at least for now.

XM Satellite, Audible to Launch Device (AP)
AP - Audible Inc. and XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. on Tuesday said they will co-launch a new portable device capable of playing XM's satellite radio service and content from Audible, a seller of downloadable audio versions of books, newspapers and other printed matter.

Citigroup Data of 3.9M Customers Is Lost (AP)
AP - CitiFinancial, the consumer finance division of Citigroup Inc., announced Monday that it has begun notifying some 3.9 million U.S. customers that computer tapes containing information about their accounts have been lost.

REVIEW: 'Guild Wars' Removes Online Grind (AP)
AP - The biggest drawback to today's massively multiplayer online games: They consume WAY too much time. These virtual worlds have always demanded a cultish devotion to playing hours on end. It's the only real way to gain greater powers and equipment.

Online gamer gets life for cyber-sabre stabbing (Reuters)
Reuters - A Shanghai online game player who stabbed a competitor to death for selling his cyber-sword has been given a suspended death sentence, which in effect means life imprisonment, state media said on Wednesday.

Go-Go-Go Beat (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - Roberto Cabrera is a self-professed iPod addict. On this recent weekday afternoon, Cabrera, 22, is at one of his favorite hangouts, the Atlanta Bread Company in Greenbelt, doing some artistic sketching and listening to Billy Idol and the British popsters Pulp on his 20-gigabyte iPod. He's dark-haired, dark-eyed, slightly mustachioed and built compactly. The telltale white wires, tentacling down from his earbuds to his small white digital music player, connect Cabrera to the more than 5,000 songs that he has downloaded from CDs and the Internet.

TiVo mobile video service now on Microsoft devices (Reuters)
Reuters - TiVo Inc. on Wednesday said it extended its TiVoToGo portable video service to pocket computers and mobile phones running Microsoft software, as the television recording company beefed up its offerings in an effort to differentiate from its rivals.

Eclipse Offers Open-Source Business Intelligence Tools (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Birt 1.0 makes it easier for Java developers to build reporting and analysis capabilities into enterprise applications.

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.

Online gamer gets life for cyber-sabre stabbing (Reuters)
Reuters - A Shanghai online game player who stabbed a competitor to death for selling his cyber-sword has been given a suspended death sentence, which in effect means life imprisonment, state media said on Wednesday.

AOL to offer free content in ad boost bid -WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Hoping for a bigger piece of the fast-growing online advertising pie, America online this month will unveil a revamped AOL.com Web site, offering for free many of the features once available only to its paying subscribers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

Go-Go-Go Beat (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - Roberto Cabrera is a self-professed iPod addict. On this recent weekday afternoon, Cabrera, 22, is at one of his favorite hangouts, the Atlanta Bread Company in Greenbelt, doing some artistic sketching and listening to Billy Idol and the British popsters Pulp on his 20-gigabyte iPod. He's dark-haired, dark-eyed, slightly mustachioed and built compactly. The telltale white wires, tentacling down from his earbuds to his small white digital music player, connect Cabrera to the more than 5,000 songs that he has downloaded from CDs and the Internet.

REVIEW: 'Guild Wars' Removes Online Grind (AP)
AP - The biggest drawback to today's massively multiplayer online games: They consume WAY too much time. These virtual worlds have always demanded a cultish devotion to playing hours on end. It's the only real way to gain greater powers and equipment.

China Orders All Web Sites to Register (AP)
AP - Authorities have ordered all China-based Web sites and blogs to register or be closed down, in the latest effort by the communist government to police the world of cyberspace.

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.

U.S., Japanese Companies Team On Voice Set-Top Box (TechWeb)
TechWeb - U.S.-based Amaru Group and its subsidiary M2B World Inc. have completed a deal with Japan IP provider United Power Co. Ltd. to distribute major entertainment content through a broadband-serviced, voice-activated set-top box.

Apple iTunes overtakes many P2P websites (AFP)
AFP - Apple's iTunes online service has overtaken many "peer-to-peer" websites offering free music-swapping among US Internet users, but millions are still downloading unauthorized songs, a survey showed.

United Gets Nod for Wi-Fi in the Sky (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With approval from federal regulators in hand and with help from partner Verizon (NYSE: VZ) Airfone, United Airlines (UAL: NYSE) is poised to provide in-flight wireless broadband connections to its customers.

Apple Plans iTunes Japan (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple Computer will launch a version of its iTunes music service in Japan in August, charging less than similar services already in the country.

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