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Microsoft Vista May Face Trademark Trouble (AP)
AP - There's a line of sewing machines, an elevator monitoring system, even a brand of detergent used to clean dairy equipment — all bearing the brand name Vista. There are plenty of computer products that claim the Vista trademark, too.

Microsoft Boosts Antipiracy Efforts (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has launched a far-reaching antipiracy initiative to put the brakes on a problem costing the company -- and most other software providers -- billions of dollars a year. Redmond has fired up the Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program to thwart counterfeiters and to help enforce technology policies and laws.

Microsoft Appears Ready to Release Vista Beta (PC World)
PC World - Beta release of software giant's new OS apparently moved up from August 3.

First Windows Vista Beta Could Ship Wednesday (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is poised to ship an early beta version of its newly re-christened Vista operating system to its key developers, say reports. Microsoft is mum.

Microsoft Reveals More Vista, IE 7.0 Beta 1 Features (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Vista Beta 1 has yet to debut. But Microsoft is trickling out (inadvertently or not) more new information on what to expect in its pending Windows and browser releases.

Microsoft Requires Windows Piracy Checks (PC World)
PC World - Users will have to validate their OS before using Microsoft's download services.

Microsoft Readies Next Wave of Real-Time Collaboration Products (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - In the pipeline is a new version of Live Communications Server that will deliver on-premise Web conferencing, among other deliverables.

Microsoft expands Windows anti-piracy program (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is adopting more stringent controls for registering legitimate copies of its flagship Windows operating system in an effort to curtail piracy of its products worldwide, the world's largest software maker said on Tuesday.

Did Microsoft Wipe Apple Off The Map? (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple's corporate headquarters are missing from satellite photographs included in Microsoft's new mapping service.

Microsoft Begins New Piracy Restrictions (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. has kicked off a new program aimed at severely curtailing the ways people using pirated copies of its Windows operating system can get software updates.

Amazon Tops Forecasts on Sales Surge (AP)
AP - If not for a big tax hit, Amazon.com Inc.'s second-quarter earnings might have pleased Wall Street as much as the company's brisk sales and jump in operating profits did.

Motorola to Offer Yahoo Access on Devices (AP)
AP - Cell phone maker Motorola Inc. and Internet search engine operator Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday said they are teaming up to offer Yahoo's online content and services on mobile devices made by Motorola, including the company's upcoming iRadio product.

IBM Aims to Maintain Server Dominance (AP)
AP - Trying to stay atop the market for corporate computer servers, International Business Machines Corp. renewed its lucrative line of mainframe computers Tuesday with a new system aimed at helping banks, government agencies and other big customers keep data secure.

Samsung, XM to Make MP3/radio Player (AP)
AP - XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. said Tuesday that they will collaborate to make portable digital players that play both recorded XM programming and MP3 audio files.

Microsoft Vista May Face Trademark Trouble (AP)
AP - There's a line of sewing machines, an elevator monitoring system, even a brand of detergent used to clean dairy equipment — all bearing the brand name Vista. There are plenty of computer products that claim the Vista trademark, too.

Internet Phones Call on Wi-Fi (PC World)
PC World - We test two of the latest Wi-Fi VoIP phones to see how wireless Internet calling works.

Digital Gear: The Blank Keyboard, Wi-Fi Stretchers, and More (PC World)
PC World - A keyboard for expert typists, a high-tech health aide, and products to extend a wireless network lead off this month's gadget gallery.

France Telecom buys Spain's Amena for $7.7 bln (Reuters)
Reuters - France Telecom announced on Wednesday its widely anticipated purchase of Spain's third-largest mobile operator Amena, in a complex cash and shares deal which it said would boost earnings after a year.

Yahoo, Motorola Partner In Mobile Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Motorola and Yahoo say they planned to collaborate in bringing Yahoo's online services to Motorola's Linux-based devices, broadband home products and its upcoming iRadio service.

Sun Posts Fiscal Fourth-Quarter Profit (AP)
AP - Sun Microsystems Inc. returned to profitability in its fiscal fourth quarter but posted a decline in sales as the server and software maker proclaimed demand has stabilized after a decline that started with the dot-com bust of 2000.

Internet Phones Call on Wi-Fi (PC World)
PC World - We test two of the latest Wi-Fi VoIP phones to see how wireless Internet calling works.

AOL tests cell-phone search site (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online plans to begin testing a new service that lets wireless phone users search the Internet and link to regular Web pages that it will reformat for tiny cell-phone screens.

XM, Napster in online music joint venture (Reuters)
Reuters - Online music vendor Napster Inc. and satellite radio provider XM Satellite Radio are making music together.

Telecom Plugs Into Wireless (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - Verizon Communications Inc., the largest U.S. telephone company, reported surging profit yesterday, but its underlying numbers show the industry's struggle to exploit high-growth wireless and broadband services to offset the shrinking residential telephone business.

XM, Samsung and Napster Form Download Alliance (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. said yesterday that they will introduce a satellite radio receiver and digital music player that will let XM subscribers buy and download songs through an exclusive arrangement with online music store Napster.

UPDATE: Sun Posts Fiscal Fourth-Quarter Profit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sun beat Wall Street expectations, saying demand has stabilized after the dotcom bust.

Motorola to Offer Yahoo Access on Devices (AP)
AP - Cell phone maker Motorola Inc. and Internet search engine operator Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday said they are teaming up to offer Yahoo's online content and services on mobile devices made by Motorola, including the company's upcoming iRadio product.

Yahoo, Motorola Partner In Mobile Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Motorola and Yahoo say they planned to collaborate in bringing Yahoo's online services to Motorola's Linux-based devices, broadband home products and its upcoming iRadio service.

FCC chief pushes for easing rules on DSL broadband (Reuters)
Reuters - Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin on Tuesday pushed his colleagues to move quickly to ease regulations on high-speed Internet service offered by U.S. telephone companies.

Earthlink 2Q Profit Slides 12 Percent (AP)
AP - Internet-service provider EarthLink Inc. on Tuesday posted a 12 percent drop in second-quarter profit, hurt by falling revenue as subscribers moved away from its premium dial-up service.

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