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Microsoft's 4Q Profits Up 37 Percent (AP)
AP - Brisk computer sales, continued strength in the server and tools market, and a big tax benefit helped boost Microsoft Corp.'s fiscal fourth-quarter profits nearly 37 percent.

Google Countersues Microsoft Over Engineer (AP)
AP - Google Inc. countersued Microsoft Corp. Thursday in a legal battle over a prized research engineer that illustrates the escalating tensions between the technology titans.

Microsoft profit up,shares off on outlook (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s fourth-quarter profit rose nearly 40 percent on a tax gain and strong demand for personal computers using its software, but a weaker-than-expected revenue outlook fanned fears growth is slowing, and shares fell 2 percent.

Microsoft's Earnings Exceed Expectations, But Outlook Is Tepid (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - A surge in personal computer and server sales helped Microsoft overcome a drought of new products last quarter. But its results still managed to disappoint investors.

Microsoft profit jumps 37.5 percent (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft Corp. said its fiscal fourth-quarter net earnings jumped 37.5 percent to 3.7 billion dollars, lifted by improved sales across a range of its products and a one-time tax gain.

Microsoft Releases BizTalk Server 2006 Beta (PC World)
PC World - Beta code includes the software's entire feature set.

Microsoft Buys Corporate-Messaging Specialist FrontBridge (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is adding to its e-mail arsenal with the purchase FrontBridge Technologies, a corporate-messaging specialist. FrontBridge's technology should help Microsoft customers get a better grip on spam and viruses.

Microsoft Licenses Finjan Security Patents (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has signed a patent-licensing agreement with Finjan Software, a maker of security technologies, to use the company's intellectual property for current and future projects. Microsoft will become a minority shareholder in the company.

Windows 2000 Rollup Causing Hiccups (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Some third-party software, especially some security programs, are not sitting well with Microsoft's last security patch for Windows 2000.

Clock Ticks for Windows Server SP1 Auto Update (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Businesses wanting to temporarily disable the automatic download of Microsoft's Windows Server 2003 SP1 have only a few days left to install a blocking tool.

Video Game 'Mods' Under Scrutiny (AP)
AP - With many video games, there's no "game over" screen, no reason to ever get bored. In a long-standing practice called "modding," fans create their own new chapters, artwork and other twists to extend the lives of their favorite games. Many game makers freely encourage the practice and give away free software tools to help.

Sony to Release Web Browser for PSP (AP)
AP - Sony officials Thursday said the company will release a software upgrade that will let the PlayStation Portable video game system surf the Web without a cumbersome software trick.

Legally Downloaded Music Triples in 2005 (AP)
AP - The number of digital music tracks legally downloaded from the Internet almost tripled in the first half of 2005 as the use of high-speed broadband connections surged around the world, the international recording industry said Thursday.

PRODUCT REVIEW: AMD Laptop Offers Style (AP)
AP - Two years after Intel Corp. made a splash with computer chips specially designed for notebook PCs, rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. jumped on the bandwagon with a microprocessor similarly pitched to the portable crowd.

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.

Google's Second-Quarter Profit Quadruples (AP)
AP - Google Inc.'s streak of stellar growth has spoiled investors so thoroughly that the online search engine leader may be punished because its second-quarter profit didn't surpass analyst expectations by a wide enough margin.

'Idol' DVDs to capture show's 'Best' and 'Worst' (Reuters)
Reuters - "American Idol" is making an encore appearance on DVD, this time in triplicate.

Nokia Sold A Ton Of Mobile Phones, But Bottom Line Is: At What Cost? (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Nokia said Thursday it sold more cell phones than it expected last quarter, but it had a big problem:

Debian Core Consortium Continues to Come Together (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Officially, there's no word yet, but insiders say that the group will be ready to make major announcements by LinuxWorld in early August.

Microsoft profit up,shares off on outlook (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s fourth-quarter profit rose nearly 40 percent on a tax gain and strong demand for personal computers using its software, but a weaker-than-expected revenue outlook fanned fears growth is slowing, and shares fell 2 percent.

Google's Second-Quarter Profit Quadruples (AP)
AP - Google Inc.'s streak of stellar growth has spoiled investors so thoroughly that the online search engine leader may be punished because its second-quarter profit didn't surpass analyst expectations by a wide enough margin.

China Internet users grow 18 pct to hit 103 million (Reuters)
Reuters - The number of Web users in China, the world's second largest Internet market, grew by 9 million people in the first half of this year to hit 103 million, the China Daily said on Friday. The growth represented an increase of 18.4 percent over the same period last year in a market that still has vast potential for further growth, the report said, citing a survey released by the "quasi-governmental" China Internet Network Information Center on Thursday.

Legally Downloaded Music Triples in 2005 (AP)
AP - The number of digital music tracks legally downloaded from the Internet almost tripled in the first half of 2005 as the use of high-speed broadband connections surged around the world, the international recording industry said Thursday.

AOL, AskJeeves search growth outpace leaders (Reuters)
Reuters - Although accounting for just a fraction of Google Inc.'s quarterly cumulative search numbers, America Online and Ask Jeeves Inc. search growth are starting to close in, according to a new study.

Internet Jargon Confuses Consumers, Says Pew Study (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Faced with technology buzzwords like "RSS" and "podcasting," many Americans are responding with a blank stare, according to a new study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project.

Another Yahoo revenue record fails to impress investors (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Yahoo powered its way to a ninth consecutive quarter of record revenue, reporting profit six times greater than for the same period a year earlier as online advertising continued its strong growth and the company benefited from a big investment gain.

EBay rebounds in second quarter (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - EBay jolted Wall Street earlier this year with a worse-than-expected quarterly earnings report. On Wednesday, it produced another kind of jolt -- reporting profit for the second quarter that surpassed Wall Street expectations as domestic growth improved.

Sony's PSP Goes Online (PC World)
PC World - Web browsing, video download and viewing highlight the handheld's new features.

New Potter book posted on Chinese Web site (Reuters)
Reuters - Less than 24 hours after the English edition of the latest Harry Potter book went on sale in China's capital on the weekend, the full text of the 672-page tome was available for free on the Internet as an unauthorized e-book, the Beijing News reported on Wednesday.

EBay Boosts Fraud Protection (PC World)
PC World - Auction site develops new 'Magellan' search technology and strengthens PayPal security.

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