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Microsoft unveils keyboard for Media Center PCs (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will offer a wireless keyboard designed for computers running the home entertainment version of the Windows operating system, the world's largest software maker said on Tuesday.

Microsoft's BizTalk Server 2006 Beta on Deck (PC World)
PC World - Actual release not until first quarter of 2006, company says.

Microsoft Announces Storage Software for Small Business (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) will be releasing its first disk-based data backup system within the next month, according to the company.

Microsoft Irks Watchdogs with Claria Downgrade Explanation (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft said it made "absolutely no exceptions" for Claria when it downgraded the default recommendations in the Windows spyware detection tool. Anti-spyware watchdogs say they aren't impressed with Redmond's explanation.

Microsoft Pushes Office Upgrades (PC World)
PC World - Company is calling on its partners to sell its software suite.

Microsoft preps disk-based backup offering (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Fueling the growing interest in disk-based backup solutions, Microsoft plans to officially release its System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) this fall.

Partners Worried As Microsoft Thinks Small (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will further expand its software offerings for small businesses, even though that will turn many of its current partners into competitors, CEO Steve Ballmer said on Sunday.

Ballmer: Microsoft Wants a Bigger Piece of the Software, Services Pie (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's CEO cautions its partners that Microsoft intends to expand more into business intelligence, document workflow, security and managed services spaces in the coming decade.

Microsoft Surprises with Linux 'Hands-On Lab' (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Redmond giant permitted a third party to conduct a presentation at Microsoft's worldwide partner show, allowing attendees to play with Linux desktop software.

Microsoft Defends Claria Adware Changes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft issues an open letter to customers explaining why it changed how its anti-spyware software handles adware from Claria, a pervasive brand of adware.

HP Launches New Printer Technology (AP)
AP - Hewlett-Packard Co., striving to remain the market leader in computer printers, launched a new technology for inkjet printers Monday that cuts photo printing time in half.

Justice Wants Info on Adobe Acquisition (AP)
AP - Government antitrust regulators are seeking more information about the pending $3.4 billion acquisition of Macromedia Inc. by Adobe Systems Inc. before allowing the deal to go through, the companies said Monday.

Dogs, People Best at Securing Mass Transit (AP)
AP - Within hours of the London bombings, a renewed call went up for the United States to use its considerable technology heft to prevent similar attacks on the nation's transit system.

Coalition Issue Definitions for 'Spyware' (AP)
AP - Anti-spyware vendors and consumer groups took a stab at issuing uniform definitions for "spyware" and "adware" on Tuesday in hopes of giving computer users more control over their machines.

E-Mail Tool of Choice for Constituents (AP)
AP - You've got mail, members of Congress, about 200 million pieces of it. Nine out of 10 of those missives are e-mail, according to a report that chronicles the rapid shift from postal letters to e-mail as the means of communicating with lawmakers.

New Internet Domain for Mobile Technology Coming Soon (PC World)
PC World - .mobi domain to be used for sites designed to work with a mobile device, company says.

Nokia says not interested in RIM -paper (Reuters)
Reuters - Nokia (NOK1V.HE), the world's top mobile phone maker, is not interested in buying the wireless e-mail device maker Research In Motion Ltd. , a top Nokia executive told daily Helsingin Sanomat.

Microsoft unveils keyboard for Media Center PCs (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will offer a wireless keyboard designed for computers running the home entertainment version of the Windows operating system, the world's largest software maker said on Tuesday.

Microsoft Surprises with Linux 'Hands-On Lab' (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Redmond giant permitted a third party to conduct a presentation at Microsoft's worldwide partner show, allowing attendees to play with Linux desktop software.

Adobe, Macromedia get 2nd info request (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Department of Justice asked for additional information about software maker Adobe Systems Inc.'s $3.4 billion acquisition of Macromedia Inc., the companies said on Monday.

New Internet Domain for Mobile Technology Coming Soon (PC World)
PC World - .mobi domain to be used for sites designed to work with a mobile device, company says.

CenterPoint, IBM team on powerline broadband test (Reuters)
Reuters - Utility operator CenterPoint Energy Inc. and IBM will team up to test new technologies for delivering high-speed Internet access over electrical power lines, the companies said on Monday.

DNC Fundraising Tops $28M So Far in 2005 (AP)
AP - The Democratic National Committee has raised more than $28 million through the first half of 2005, boosted by online donations, the party said Monday.

Walgreen taps HP's Snapfish to host photo Web site (Reuters)
Reuters - Walgreen Co. on Monday said Snapfish, the online photography unit of Hewlett-Packard Co., would host its online photo service, as the top U.S. drugstore chain vies for a larger share of the digital photo printing market.

PayPal Set To Do Business in China (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - PayPal (Nasdaq: PYPL), the online payment arm of Internet auction specialist eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY), has set its sights on China with the launch of a localized e-payment service designed to handle online transactions in a largely untapped region.

Podcasts get iTunes stamp of approval (Reuters)
Reuters - If Apple Computer podcasts, they will come. Or so it seems after the company added support for the new broadcasting technology to its latest version of iTunes.

EU plans Web Site to help cut mobile phone charges (Reuters)
Reuters - Phone companies charge consumers too much for using mobile phones while abroad, the European Commission said on Monday, promising to publish details of charges in an effort to let market forces push down prices.

New .mobi suffix points to wireless Web sites (Reuters)
Reuters - Consumers will soon be able to recognize Web sites specially designed for use by mobile phones by the new ".mobi" suffix, which will be introduced alongside the popular ".com" and other top-level domain names.

eBay sees $400 mln-plus in '05 China volume (Reuters)
Reuters - Online auctioneer eBay Inc. said on Monday it expects its China transaction volume to jump 30 percent or more in 2005, amid an aggressive expansion including a local launch of its PayPal online payment service.

Slowing the flow of illicit uploads (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - The recent emergence of Web sites that encourage the public to upload copies of their own video and audio content is highlighting the difficulties of controlling the illicit spread of copyrighted material.

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