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Japanese police team up with Microsoft to fight cyberspace crime (AFP)
AFP - US computer software giant Microsoft said it would work with Japan's National Police Agency to fight rising crime in cyberspace.

Microsoft to Set Up Organization in Japan (AP)
AP - Microsoft is strengthening its partnership with Japanese universities to promote joint projects and exchange among researchers, the American software company said Tuesday.

Toshiba, Microsoft to collaborate on next-gen DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and Toshiba Corp. said on Monday that they would work together on developing technology for next-generation DVDs that can hold more data and deliver high-definition videos.

Gates Still Roots for Tablet PCs (PC World)
PC World - Despite the design's slow start, Microsoft will still develop software for tablet format, Gates says.

Microsoft, Toshiba Partner on Consumer Electronics (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) continues to push into the living room. The company on Monday announced an expansion of its partnership with Japanese electronics giant Toshiba (PNK: TOSBF.BK) in which the companies will collaborate on next-generation DVD technology and several other computing products.

Longhorn Will Support RSS Natively (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) on Friday announced that it will support Really Simple Syndication (RSS) -- a technology that Internet publishers use to distribute their content to other Internet sites and also to RSS readers -- in the next version of the Windows operating system, codenamed "Longhorn."

EU's Microsoft case faces new delays in court (Reuters)
Reuters - A plan to appoint extra judges in the EU's Microsoft case may delay and weaken European Commission sanctions against the software giant, critics of the company said on Monday.

iAnywhere gives Microsoft mobile management help (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - On Monday iAnywhere Solutions, a division of database management system company Sybase, announced a partnership with database rival Microsoft to integrate the Afaria mobile management suite into Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003.

Microsoft, Toshiba to jointly develop HD DVD players (AFP)
AFP - US computer software giant Microsoft and leading Japanese high-tech maker Toshiba said they will jointly develop high definition DVD players.

Microsoft issues beta of Communicator Web Access (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft next month will release a beta version of a forthcoming product dubbed Microsoft Office Communicator Web Access, an official said during an interview at the Collaborative Technologies Conference last week.

Hollywood Can Sue Over Movie, Music Piracy (AP)
AP - Hollywood and the music industry can file piracy lawsuits against technology companies caught encouraging customers to steal music and movies over the Internet, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Microsoft to Set Up Organization in Japan (AP)
AP - Microsoft is strengthening its partnership with Japanese universities to promote joint projects and exchange among researchers, the American software company said Tuesday.

Cable Wins Case Involving Broadband (AP)
AP - In a victory for the cable industry, the Supreme Court on Monday said cable companies don't have to share their lines with rival providers of high-speed Internet service.

Google Unveils Video Viewing Software (AP)
AP - Google Inc. unveiled a video-viewing channel on its Internet-leading search engine Monday, creating another media outlet that may open new moneymaking opportunities for a company already so profitable its stock has tripled to above $300 in 10 months.

Verizon Wireless Expands Internet Service (AP)
AP - Verizon Wireless is bringing broadband Internet service to 15 more markets, for a total of more than 50, extending its lead over Cingular Wireless and Sprint Corp. in delivering faster data transfers to laptop and cell phone users.

Bloggers Fighting Government Regulations (AP)
AP - Bloggers who built their Internet followings with anti-establishment prose are now lobbying the establishment to protect their livelihoods from federal regulations.

Classic Wimbledon hides high-tech gadgets (Reuters)
Reuters - Wimbledon may conjure up traditionally English images of strawberries and cream but the tennis tournament is harnessing the latest technology for both players and public.

BellSouth Names Fiedler to President Post (AP)
AP - BellSouth Corp. Chief Operating Officer Mark Feidler, who has a strong background in the company's wireless division, has been named president and elected to the board of directors effective Friday, BellSouth announced Monday.

JavaOne: Sun outlines open source, tools plans, IBM truce (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - San Francisco - Sun Microsystems President/COO Jonathan Schwartz on Monday led off the JavaOne conference by heralding open source technologies and planned improvements to the company’s development tools.

Japanese police team up with Microsoft to fight cyberspace crime (AFP)
AFP - US computer software giant Microsoft said it would work with Japan's National Police Agency to fight rising crime in cyberspace.

Bloggers Fighting Government Regulations (AP)
AP - Bloggers who built their Internet followings with anti-establishment prose are now lobbying the establishment to protect their livelihoods from federal regulations.

China's Internet Users Top 100 Million (AP)
AP - China's population of Internet users has surpassed 100 million, the government said Tuesday.

Court rules against file-trading networks (Reuters)
Reuters - A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that Internet file-trading networks like Grokster and Morpheus can be held liable when their users copy music, movies and other protected works without permission.

Verizon Wireless Expands Internet Service (AP)
AP - Verizon Wireless is bringing broadband Internet service to 15 more markets, for a total of more than 50, extending its lead over Cingular Wireless and Sprint Corp. in delivering faster data transfers to laptop and cell phone users.

Google Unveils Video Viewing Software (AP)
AP - Google Inc. unveiled a video-viewing channel on its Internet-leading search engine Monday, creating another media outlet that may open new moneymaking opportunities for a company already so profitable its stock has tripled to above $300 in 10 months.

U.S. film, music companies hail Grokster ruling (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood studios and music companies hailed a ruling by the U.S Supreme Court on Monday backing their position in a landmark copyright case, saying it could spur the development of the Internet as a commercial platform for distributing movies and songs.

Court Ruling May Help Online Retailers (AP)
AP - The Supreme Court's ruling clearing the way for record labels and other copyright holders to sue firms behind file-swapping services could help boost prospects for licensed online music retailers, analysts said Monday.

Film, music companies hail Grokster ruling (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood studios and music companies hailed a ruling by the U.S Supreme Court on Monday backing their position in a landmark copyright case, saying it could spur the development of the Internet as a commercial platform for distribuing movies and songs.

Hollywood Can Sue Over Movie, Music Piracy (AP)
AP - Hollywood and the music industry can file piracy lawsuits against technology companies caught encouraging customers to steal music and movies over the Internet, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Ex-Enron Internet chief describes losing power (Reuters)
Reuters - The former Oregon-based co-chief executive of Enron Corp.'s broadband unit watched helplessly as the Houston home office gradually assumed control and shaped the division, he said on Monday in his fraud and conspiracy trial.

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