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Toshiba, Microsoft to strengthen business ties (Reuters)
Reuters - Japanese electronics conglomerate Toshiba Corp. said on Monday it and Microsoft Corp. will hold a joint briefing on an expansion of their business alliance at 6:00 p.m. (0900 GMT).

Microsoft, Toshiba to Strengthen Alliance (AP)
AP - Microsoft and Japanese electronics maker Toshiba, which have a cross-licensing agreement on computer and video patents, are set to strengthen their alliance Monday, both sides said.

Little Agreement on Spyware Guidelines (AP)
AP - Many anti-spyware programs scour computer hard drives for those data-tracking files called cookies that we often get from Web visits. Microsoft Corp.'s tool does not. And there are disputes aplenty about whether certain widely used advertising programs circulating on the Internet are clean of spyware.

Future Windows Will Include RSS Support (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the next version of its Windows operating system will have built-in support for Internet data feeds, an increasingly popular way to get news and other information channeled straight to a computer.

Group Decries Microsoft Licensing Fees (AP)
AP - A high-tech trade group is accusing Microsoft Corp. of trying to wring excessive licensing fees out of its settlement of the European Union's landmark antitrust ruling against the company.

Microsoft to ship Longhorn with RSS (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Friday announced its intention to fully support the RSS Web publishing standard in its next generation version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, along with plans to help application developers more easily create RSS-enabled applications for Windows.

Microsoft Again Updates AntiSpyware Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft quietly refreshed its Windows AntiSpyware tool as it also extended the lifespan of the beta to the end of 2005.

Microsoft Raises Limits on Intellectual-Property Protection (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is offering a greater measure of legal security to its technology partners by increasing the level of intellectual-property protection it provides to PC manufacturers, systems builders and independent software vendors who use Microsoft's products.

First Look: Microsoft Offers Easy Image Management (PC World)
PC World - Digital Image Suite 2006 lets you organize and edit your photos, but it lacks the power of its competitors.

Microsoft to tie RSS instant-updates into Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's biggest software company, on Friday said it plans to add Really Simple Syndication, a popular technology for reading news and information on the Web, in its next version of Windows.

Web Site Makes Gov't. Reports Available (AP)
AP - A new Web site aims to make widely available to the public certain government reports about topics from terrorism to Social Security that congressional researchers prepare and distribute now only to lawmakers.

EBay Losing Allure for Some Entrepreneurs (AP)
AP - With roughly 150 million registered users, eBay Inc. ranks among the world's most powerful companies, online or otherwise. It had more than 1.4 billion items listed last year. For every $100 spent online worldwide, $14 was spent on eBay. But some say eBay's blockbuster growth has engendered arrogance.

Military Might Draft XM Satellite Radio (AP)
AP - Customers of XM Satellite Radio Inc. aren't the only ones who appreciate its digital quality and nationwide coverage. The U.S. military might draft XM's service for homeland security purposes.

Little Agreement on Spyware Guidelines (AP)
AP - Many anti-spyware programs scour computer hard drives for those data-tracking files called cookies that we often get from Web visits. Microsoft Corp.'s tool does not. And there are disputes aplenty about whether certain widely used advertising programs circulating on the Internet are clean of spyware.

States Bar Teen Drivers Using Cell Phones (AP)
AP - There are a few things that the average teenager absolutely must have in 21st century America — a license to drive is one, a cell phone is another. But police officers, parents, and, increasingly, lawmakers are coming to the conclusion that those essentials are a dangerous mix when combined with inexperience on the road.

Sun Micro to publish more software source code (Reuters)
Reuters - Sun Microsystems Inc. said late on Sunday that it will publish the source code of its software used as the foundation of Web services, such as online banking, in a bid to spur sales of its computer services and other offerings.

Apple might get hit if iPod growth slows -Barron's (Reuters)
Reuters - Apple Computer Inc.'s soaring shares might come under pressure if wireless phone companies' push to turn most cellphones into music players slow the sales growth of Apple's hugely popular iPod digital music players, Barron's newspaper said.

RIM Offers Few BlackBerry Outage Details (AP)
AP - Research In Motion Ltd. is offering few details about two major outages in a week with its popular BlackBerry service, which delivers e-mail to wireless devices that many users affectionately call CrackBerries.

JavaOne features Sun open source ESB (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Open source and free software strategies will be at the forefront during the JavaOne conference this week in San Francisco, with varied rollouts from BEA Systems, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and others. Although the Java language specification itself remains out of the open source domain, vendors are providing Java technologies through open source.

Microsoft, Toshiba to Strengthen Alliance (AP)
AP - Microsoft and Japanese electronics maker Toshiba, which have a cross-licensing agreement on computer and video patents, are set to strengthen their alliance Monday, both sides said.

Sun Micro to publish more software source code (Reuters)
Reuters - Sun Microsystems Inc. said late on Sunday that it will publish the source code of its software used as the foundation of Web services, such as online banking, in a bid to spur sales of its computer services and other offerings.

Moviefone fest sports shorts, competition (Reuters)
Reuters - More than a dozen shorts, featuring the likes of Jon Stewart and John Stamos, will get their online debut as part of the Moviefone Short Film Festival, beginning Monday at http://www.moviefone.com/shorts.

Web Site Makes Gov't. Reports Available (AP)
AP - A new Web site aims to make widely available to the public certain government reports about topics from terrorism to Social Security that congressional researchers prepare and distribute now only to lawmakers.

EBay Losing Allure for Some Entrepreneurs (AP)
AP - With roughly 150 million registered users, eBay Inc. ranks among the world's most powerful companies, online or otherwise. It had more than 1.4 billion items listed last year. For every $100 spent online worldwide, $14 was spent on eBay. But some say eBay's blockbuster growth has engendered arrogance.

MySpace adds content for a song (Reuters)
Reuters - Online lifestyle community MySpace.com has expanded the kinds of exclusive content it offers its members.

Buffett lunch auction eBay bid hits $250K (Reuters)
Reuters - The high bid in an online auction for lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett has reached $250,100, matching a record set in 2003.

Monster.com a tempting target; CEO not selling (Reuters)
Reuters - Monster Worldwide Inc. , which runs the biggest U.S. recruiting Web site, Monster.com, has good prospects and is a tempting takeover target, even though its shares are not cheap, Barron's said in its June 27 edition.

EBay sellers would welcome a rival online market (Reuters)
Reuters - Sellers on eBay Inc. have no plans to bolt from the No. 1 online marketplace, but would welcome a rival that might drive down eBay's fees.

eBay Frenzy (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - EBay continued to reach deeper into the e-commerce market, launching a service Thursday that allows business owners to create their own retail Web sites -- whether or not they are eBay members.

Taking care of business at eBay Live (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Ian Silverman came to the eBay Live expo this week for one thing and one thing only -- to find an easier way to upload all his product listings onto the eBay Web site.

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