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Microsoft to Acquire Messaging Provider (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it plans to acquire FrontBridge Technologies Inc., a provider of secure e-mail and messaging services.

Google Sees Record Search Queries In Second Quarter (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Leading search engine Google Inc. attracted a record amount of traffic in the second quarter, but rivals Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp.'s MSN also saw more Internet visitors, a web-tracking firm says.

Microsoft to buy email security provider (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, said on Wednesday that it would buy FrontBridge Technologies Inc., its second acquisition this year of an e-mail anti-virus protection provider.

Supreme Nominee Knows Technology, Once Tussled With Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - President Bush's Supreme Court Justice nominee may have a better grasp than most currently on the Court when it comes to technology issues, sources say.

Microsoft Sues Google, Defector (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Seeking to plug a brain drain and protect its intellectual-property assets, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is suing a former executive and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), the executive's new employer, over charges that the man in question violated Microsoft's employee confidentiality and noncompete agreement.

Microsoft Scoops Up E-Mail Compliance Vendor FrontBridge (TechWeb)
TechWeb - FrontBridge Technologies manages companies' E-mail systems for compliance with government regulations and filtering spam and viruses.

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.

Gates Puzzled Why Students Shun Computer Science (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Salaries and job openings are on the rise, and computer science makes the coolest gadgets. So, the Microsoft chairman asks, why aren't more kids interested in being programmers?

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 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft says that former executive Kai-Fu Lee went to work for Google to head a new research lab in China, in direct violation of a non-compete clause Lee signed with Microsoft.

Game's Rating Change May Signal Crackdown (AP)
AP - The video game industry's decision to give an adults-only rating to the best-selling "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" because of explicit sexual content could signal the start of a crackdown on raunchy games.

New Spam-Fighting Technique Criticized (AP)
AP - Escalating the war on spam, a California company wants to let thousands of users collaborate to disable the Web sites spammers use to sell their wares.

Feds Accuse Firms in Porn E-Mail Scheme (AP)
AP - Federal regulators accused seven companies Wednesday of hiring others to send illegal e-mails with pornographic messages to tempt consumers to visit adult Internet sites.

Study: Some Internet Terms Unfamiliar (AP)
AP - Podcasting and RSS feeds may be the latest craze in high-tech circles but the general public is largely unfamiliar with the Internet terms.

Google Map Service Covers Lunar Surface (AP)
AP - Thirty-six years to the day since Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon, Google Inc. extended its mapping service to cover the lunar surface.

Is Anybody Out There? (PC World)
PC World - We try to get a quick personal answer from a dozen major Web sites using their Contact Us links.

Sony unveils range of development tools for PS3 (Reuters)
Reuters - Electronics and entertainment conglomerate Sony Corp. on Thursday unveiled a range of development tools so software companies can develop games for its next-generation PlayStation 3 video game console.

Nokia Q2 profit misses forecasts (Reuters)
Reuters - The world's top mobile phone maker Nokia reported second-quarter profit just below market expectations on Thursday, as rising shipments failed to offset the effect of fierce price competition from its rivals.

HP Propelling Linux Into Truly 'Big' Time (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - In a move that suggests Linux is finally ready for prime time, Hewlett-Packard is giving the free software a bigger role on some of its toughest servers.

SAP beats forecasts but keeps outlook (Reuters)
Reuters - SAP, the world's biggest maker of business software, beat analysts' forecasts for license sales for a second quarter running but turned in a poor performance in Germany and did not raise its full-year outlook.

Is Anybody Out There? (PC World)
PC World - We try to get a quick personal answer from a dozen major Web sites using their Contact Us links.

Game's Rating Change May Signal Crackdown (AP)
AP - The video game industry's decision to give an adults-only rating to the best-selling "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" because of explicit sexual content could signal the start of a crackdown on raunchy games.

Feds Accuse Firms in Porn E-Mail Scheme (AP)
AP - Federal regulators accused seven companies Wednesday of hiring others to send illegal e-mails with pornographic messages to tempt consumers to visit adult Internet sites.

Study: Some Internet Terms Unfamiliar (AP)
AP - Podcasting and RSS feeds may be the latest craze in high-tech circles but the general public is largely unfamiliar with the Internet terms.

Web Games to Let Players Win Cash, Prizes (AP)
AP - Upcoming Web versions of "Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune" will let fans do more than sit on the couch and shout answers at their televisions.

New Spam-Fighting Technique Criticized (AP)
AP - Escalating the war on spam, a California company wants to let thousands of users collaborate to disable the Web sites spammers use to sell their wares.

US authorities post sex offenders' pictures on Internet (AFP)
AFP - The US Justice Department launched a website with the names, pictures and addresses of convicted sex offenders in several states.

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.

Google Sees Record Search Queries In Second Quarter (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Leading search engine Google Inc. attracted a record amount of traffic in the second quarter, but rivals Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp.'s MSN also saw more Internet visitors, a web-tracking firm says.

EBay Gets Its Earnings Groove Back (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The company announces record quarterly earnings, following a previous quarter marred by failing to meet expectations, complaints about rising merchant fees, and the perception that eBay wasn't doing enough to block fraud.

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