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Microsoft sues as Google snags former exec to open China research center (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft is suing one of its former executives hired away by Internet rival Google to run a new research center in China, the US software giant announced.

Ex-Microsoft Exec Sued Over Google Job (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. sued Google Inc. on Tuesday, accusing it of poaching a top executive the search engine company had wooed away to head a new research lab in China.

Microsoft sues exec leaving for Google China R&D (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is suing former vice president Kai-Fu Lee for violating his confidentiality and non-compete agreement by agreeing to head up Google Inc.'s new research center in China, the world's largest software maker said on Tuesday.

Gates Bemoans Lack of Computer Science Majors (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates noted that declining enrollment in computer science programs in the U.S. is cause for worry, and could lead to an empty talent pool in the future.

Gates Puzzled by Computer Science Apathy (AP)
AP - Speaking to hundreds of university professors, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates says he's baffled more students don't go into computer science.

Microsoft Will Swallow RSS (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - History shows that Longhorn and IE's embrace of RSS will leave little room for competitors.

Gates Worries About Decline in U.S. Computer Scientists (PC World)
PC World - Companies should dispel myths about IT work to help lure students into field, says Microsoft chair.

Microsoft: DoS Bug Not Limited To Windows XP (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A bug in Windows that went public last week may be worse than originally thought, Microsoft advises, and one security analyst fears that the vulnerability may soon be found to cause more severe problems for Windows users.

Rootkit Detection Coming to Windows AntiSpyware (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's long-term plans for its anti-spyware application include incorporating rootkit detection technology from its Strider Ghostbuster research project.

Microsoft to give sign of demand for new Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft expects to show that it will recover from a recent sales slump when the world's largest software maker reports details of early orders this week for its next Windows version set to launch next year

Cell Phone Sales to Reach 779M This Year (AP)
AP - Global sales of cell phones will reach nearly 800 million this year, and the annual tally will surpass 1 billion in 2009 though market growth will soon slow sharply, the research firm Gartner Inc. says in a new forecast.

Visa, Amex Cut Ties With Card Processor (AP)
AP - Visa USA Inc. and American Express Co. are cutting ties with the payment-processing company that left 40 million credit and debit card accounts vulnerable to hackers in one of the biggest breaches of consumer data security.

Blinkx Offers TV, Radio Program Searches (AP)
AP - Search company Blinkx launched a free service on Tuesday that scans radio and television programs available on the Internet and automatically delivers the shows to a user's computer.

Ex-Microsoft Exec Sued Over Google Job (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. sued Google Inc. on Tuesday, accusing it of poaching a top executive the search engine company had wooed away to head a new research lab in China.

Yahoo's 2Q Profit Up More Than Sixfold (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s second-quarter profit increased more than six-fold as the owner of the Internet's most popular Web site cashed in on a hefty investment gain and continued to parlay its expanding audience into an advertising bonanza.

Microsoft sues as Google snags former exec to open China research center (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft is suing one of its former executives hired away by Internet rival Google to run a new research center in China, the US software giant announced.

Strong PC demand lifts Intel Q2 results (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Intel rode a wave of stronger-than-expected PC demand to post a solid increase in second-quarter revenue and net income, the company announced Tuesday.

Motorola revenue up, but shares slip (Reuters)
Reuters - Motorola Inc. on Tuesday posted higher second-quarter profit, and revenue rose 17 percent amid strong growth in its mobile telephone business, but shares ticked down 1 percent because some investors had hoped for more.

IBM, Laszlo bring rich Internet apps development to Eclipse (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - IBM and Laszlo Systems on Tuesday announced they are teaming to link the OpenLaszlo rich Internet application development system to the open source Eclipse platform.

Microsoft sues exec leaving for Google China R&D (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is suing former vice president Kai-Fu Lee for violating his confidentiality and non-compete agreement by agreeing to head up Google Inc.'s new research center in China, the world's largest software maker said on Tuesday.

Microsoft sues as Google snags former exec to open China research center (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft is suing one of its former executives hired away by Internet rival Google to run a new research center in China, the US software giant announced.

Blinkx Offers TV, Radio Program Searches (AP)
AP - Search company Blinkx launched a free service on Tuesday that scans radio and television programs available on the Internet and automatically delivers the shows to a user's computer.

Ex-Microsoft Exec Sued Over Google Job (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. sued Google Inc. on Tuesday, accusing it of poaching a top executive the search engine company had wooed away to head a new research lab in China.

Yahoo's 2Q Profit Up More Than Sixfold (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s second-quarter profit increased more than six-fold as the owner of the Internet's most popular Web site cashed in on a hefty investment gain and continued to parlay its expanding audience into an advertising bonanza.

Yahoo revenue disappoints, shares drop (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. posted a more than 40 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday but failed to meet Wall Street expectations, raising concerns about the pace of growth of online advertising and sending the company's shares down 10 percent.

IBM, Laszlo bring rich Internet apps development to Eclipse (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - IBM and Laszlo Systems on Tuesday announced they are teaming to link the OpenLaszlo rich Internet application development system to the open source Eclipse platform.

Call for Homeland Security Cybersecurity Improvements (PC World)
PC World - Recovery plan needed for widespread attack on the Internet, Senate committee told.

'E.T. blog home': US firm to send Internet diaries into space (AFP)
AFP - Is there anybody out there? And if there is, what will alien lifeforms make of bloggers signed up to a new service to beam their online rantings into outer space?

Snap.com Plans to Combat 'Click Fraud' (AP)
AP - People scoffed nearly a decade ago when serial entrepreneur Bill Gross proposed an online search engine that ranked results based on how much advertisers were willing to pay to have their links tied to specific requests.

Blinkx Gives Users Their RSS TV (PC World)
PC World - Startup indexes search terms, then notifies users when matching content is available.

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