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TiVo Extends Portable Video Service (AP)
AP - A new extension to TiVo Inc.'s portable video service will let mobile subscribers watch pre-recorded television shows on Windows-based handheld devices.

Tivo Takes Mobile TV To Windows Devices (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Tivo says its mobile service that lets consumers play cable TV shows and movies on handheld devices now runs on Microsoft's Portable Media Center software.

Windows, Sans Media Player, to Hit Stores (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it will begin selling a version of its Windows operating systems in Europe next week without the video and music Media Player application.

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 rivals.

Microsoft Expands Personal Homepage Offering (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches a preview of a MSN personal homepage that appears to build on the portal's My MSN service, opening it up to more content from the web.

TiVo, Microsoft Partner on Mobile TV (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Digital video recording pioneer TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) is working with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) to extend its reach and, possibly, give the nascent mobile TV market a shot in the arm.

Microsoft's Security Response Center: How Little Patches Are Made (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Tech Ed conference attendees get a behind-the-scenes look at how Redmond handles the creation of software patches—and an explanation for long delays in fixing known vulnerabilities.

EU welcomes Microsoft's new Windows version in antitrust row (AFP)
AFP - The European Union's executive arm welcomed Microsoft's announcement of plans to release a European version of its Windows operating system software without its controversial Media Player.

Microsoft to Ship Modified Windows XP (PC World)
PC World - A version of the OS without Windows Media Player will be available in Europe next week.

Windows to be sold without Media Player (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft will release a version of its Windows operating system without the Media Player application on June 15 to comply with European Union anti-monopoly rules, the company said on Wednesday.

Google Maps Make Demographics Come Alive (AP)
AP - Tracking sexual predators in Florida. Guiding travelers to the cheapest gas nationwide. Pinpointing $1,500 studio apartments for rent in Manhattan.

CVS to Sell Disposable Video Cameras (AP)
AP - For years, disposable cameras have been a magnet for last-minute photographic whimsy, encouraging all manner of embarrassing pictures from weddings and other social events. Watch out: There's now a disposable video camera.

TiVo Extends Portable Video Service (AP)
AP - A new extension to TiVo Inc.'s portable video service will let mobile subscribers watch pre-recorded television shows on Windows-based handheld devices.

Toshiba Develops Recordable High-Def DVDs (AP)
AP - Japan's Toshiba Corp. said Wednesday that it has developed the technology to mass-produce recordable high-definition DVDs.

PRODUCT REVIEW: Intel's Centrino Notebook (AP)
AP - When Intel Corp. introduced its Centrino technology for wireless notebook computers in 2003, the chip maker initially targeted business users willing to pay a premium for longer battery life and better performance.

Google Offers Search Engine in Romansch (AP)
AP - Not many people have heard of Romansch. But in the future, those looking for Web sites in Switzerland may find themselves trying to decipher this Latin-linked language.

In Brief: IronPort introduces X1000 e-mail security appliance (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - IronPort Systems announced the IronPort X1000e-mail security appliance, which provides an outer layer of defense against e-mail threats. The IronPort X1000 integrates Domain Keys to fight e-mail fraud and secure business' identity on the Internet. The appliance uses IronPort's AsyncOS to ensure enterprise e-mail systems are not overwhelmed during virus or spam attacks. IronPort offers e-mail administrators centralized reporting and management tools that enable them to control a global deployment, as well as the Mail Flow Monitor and Email Security Manager to help make complex administration tasks easier. 

Gartner IDs 'Over-Hyped' Security Threats (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Over-hyped security threats have made companies unnecessarily hesitant to roll out new technologies, such as Internet telephony and wireless networks.

Firefox Bug Wriggles Back Into Code (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Mozilla Foundation acknowledged that a once-fixed bug has crept back into Firefox.

Software Maker Siebel to Pay Dividend (AP)
AP - Troubled business software maker Siebel Systems Inc. said Wednesday that it will begin paying a quarterly dividend, hoping to placate disgruntled shareholders who want the company to either stop hoarding its cash or sell itself.

Google Offers Search Engine in Romansch (AP)
AP - Not many people have heard of Romansch. But in the future, those looking for Web sites in Switzerland may find themselves trying to decipher this Latin-linked language.

In Brief: IronPort introduces X1000 e-mail security appliance (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - IronPort Systems announced the IronPort X1000e-mail security appliance, which provides an outer layer of defense against e-mail threats. The IronPort X1000 integrates Domain Keys to fight e-mail fraud and secure business' identity on the Internet. The appliance uses IronPort's AsyncOS to ensure enterprise e-mail systems are not overwhelmed during virus or spam attacks. IronPort offers e-mail administrators centralized reporting and management tools that enable them to control a global deployment, as well as the Mail Flow Monitor and Email Security Manager to help make complex administration tasks easier. 

Gartner IDs 'Over-Hyped' Security Threats (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Over-hyped security threats have made companies unnecessarily hesitant to roll out new technologies, such as Internet telephony and wireless networks.

AOL Enters Advertising Pact With Yellow Pages.com (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online says it has agreed to carry advertiser listings from Yellow Pages.com.

E&P Confab Kicks Off With Panel on Blogs and Journalism (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW ORLEANS The Editor & Publisher/Mediaweek Interactive Media Conference kicked off in New Orleans Wednesday morning, and many speakers at the first panel discussion (on journalism and blogging) seized the opportunity to make light of the blogosphere by using scatological references that played on the word blog. (That is, it sounds like something emanating from a bathroom on Bourbon Street.)

Taylor, Skipper at E&P Confab: Papers Must Shift to Interactive Online Content (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW ORLEANS The Editor & Publisher/Mediaweek Interactive Media Conference presented two speakers in its opening session Wednesday morning: Jim Taylor, vice chairman of The Harrison Group, who ventured a big-picture look at the future of media, and John Skipper, executive vice president at ESPN, who zeroed in on what works for his company on the Web.

FCC's Martin Says Broadband Deployment Is Top Priority (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Calling broadband deployment his agency's "top priority" is about as exciting and contentious as it got during the Supercomm appearance of Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin Tuesday afternoon.

Diller ends Vivendi feud with $3.4 billion deal (Reuters)
Reuters - IAC/Interactive Corp., led by Barry Diller, said on Wednesday it would sell its stake in Vivendi Universal Entertainment for $3.4 billion, completing IAC's transition from traditional media company to Internet conglomerate.

Enterprise IT Buyers Rely Most On Search For Information (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The survey results, which show online search is the most popular source of information for corporate buyers, offers some insight into Google's focus on enterprise customers.

Microsoft Expands Personal Homepage Offering (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches a preview of a MSN personal homepage that appears to build on the portal's My MSN service, opening it up to more content from the web.

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