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Microsoft Revamps Virtual Windows Licensing (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is offering new licensing for organizations migrating to virtual-computing environments and creating more dynamic systems through emerging multicore technologies.

Microsoft To Open Xbox 360 Lounge (PC World)
PC World - Tokyo gaming center will showcase console in its market battle with PlayStation 3.

Microsoft Opens Hotmail Kahuna Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft expands the beta test program for its revamped Hotmail service, code named "Kahuna," to the general public.

The Microsoft Protection Racket (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Why should the company offer protection instead of fixing the code?

At Age 30, Microsoft Grapples With Growing Up (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The once-nimble competitor struggles with bureaucracy, miscommunication, and redundant internal technology projects--and hopes its recent corporate reorganization will resolve many of these problems.

Microsoft Debuts Virtualization License Plan (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Under new terms, customers can pay license fees for the number of processors the software will run on in virtual mode.

Virtual Windows License Simplified (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft changes fees for network applications of Windows Server System.

Microsoft security plan starts with anti-virus (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft sketched its security road map last week, detailing new products while avoiding talk of ship dates.

Microsoft Details Antivirus And Anti-Spyware Timetable (TechWeb)
TechWeb - But it must build credibility to compete with established security-tool players

If Microsoft Never Existed... (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Commentary: What would a Microsoft-free world look like? Where would personal computing be without Microsoft? Loyd daydreams about the consequences.

Biometric ATMs Not Being Used in U.S. (AP)
NCR's Aileen Hird tries a fingerprint verification ATM at NCR in Dundee, Scotland Friday May 20, 2005. Scanning fingerprints or irises to verify an ATM customer's identity has yet to penetrate the U.S. banking market because of concerns about expense and privacy. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver)AP - Colombia is one of the few places in the world where banks are using fingerprint biometrics, which verify people's identities based on their unique physical characteristics.


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Yahoo Adds Blogs to Its News Section (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s online news search tool on Monday added Internet journal entries as a supplement to professional media offerings — an experiment that figures to test the public's appetite for information from alternative sources.

Intel Launches Dual-Core Chips for Servers (AP)
Current and former Intel CEO's prior to a shareholders meeting on May 18 2005. Intel Corp. will unveil new chips on Monday that it hopes will close a performance gap with rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc.in the market for server system chips, the Wall Street Journal reported. REUTERS/Lou DematteisAP - Months earlier than expected but still half a year behind its competition, Intel Corp. has started shipping server multiprocessors that have two computing engines on a single chip.


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Yahoo to Introduce Tools for Podcasts (AP)
AP - Hoping to tune into the latest craze in digital media, Yahoo Inc. is introducing tools for finding, organizing and rating "podcasts" — the audio programs designed to be played on Apple Inc.'s iPod and many other portable music players.

N.D. May Require Web Auctioneer License (AP)
Mark Nichols of Crosby, N.D., standing at the front counter of his store, Variety Marketplace, on main street in Crosby, Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005. Nichols provides online eBay service to some of his customers but has stopped doing so because he fears it may be illegal for him to sell others' goods through eBay without being licensed as an auctioneer and auction clerk. (AP Photo/Don Anderson)AP - To sell things over eBay, Mark Nichols may be required to take instruction in rapid-fire speaking, breathing control and reading hand gestures, even though the transactions are done by computer keyboard and mouse.


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Yahoo puts news, blogs side by side (Reuters)
The logo of Google Inc. is seen outside their headquarters building in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanReuters - Yahoo Inc. said on Monday it will begin featuring the work of self-published Web bloggers side by side with the work of professional journalists, leveling distinctions between the two.


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Acer targets U.S., China in big global push (Reuters)
Reuters - Taiwan's Acer Inc., the world's fourth-largest PC maker, wants to challenge Dell Inc. and Lenovo Group Ltd. in their home markets, as it aims to boost sales of its own brand by up to two-fifths in 2006.

Splashpower wants to cut the charger cord (MacCentral)
MacCentral - You can use them while jogging, take them into the woods or ride with them on the open sea, but portable gadgets still need to head back to base every time their batteries need recharging. The power cord remains the final connection to the wired world for many devices now that technologies like Bluetooth are replacing data cables — but it too might be going away if a U.K. start-up gets its way.

JBoss to enter ESB fray (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - JBoss plans to offer an open source enterprise service bus (ESB) in 2006, the company said.

Teaching Children To Love Linux (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Chinese government is embracing the penguin. It awarded a $42.7 million contract last week to Sun Wah Linux Ltd. for 141,000 desktop PCs running the open-source operating system for primary and secondary schools in Jiangsu Province. Sun Wah Linux, working with six PC vendors, plans to install Rays LX, its version of Debian-based Linux workstation software. The original contract called for Windows, but the software vendor says it "managed to turn these desktops into dual-boot machines with Rays LX as the preferred loading OS. ...

Yahoo puts news, blogs side by side (Reuters)
The logo of Google Inc. is seen outside their headquarters building in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanReuters - Yahoo Inc. said on Monday it will begin featuring the work of self-published Web bloggers side by side with the work of professional journalists, leveling distinctions between the two.


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Yahoo Adds Blogs to Its News Section (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s online news search tool on Monday added Internet journal entries as a supplement to professional media offerings — an experiment that figures to test the public's appetite for information from alternative sources.

EBay's PayPal to buy VeriSign unit for $370 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - EBay Inc. will buy VeriSign's payment processing business for $370 million and merge it with its PayPal unit as part of a wider e-commerce payment services and security alliance, the companies said on Monday.

N.D. May Require Web Auctioneer License (AP)
Mark Nichols of Crosby, N.D., standing at the front counter of his store, Variety Marketplace, on main street in Crosby, Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005. Nichols provides online eBay service to some of his customers but has stopped doing so because he fears it may be illegal for him to sell others' goods through eBay without being licensed as an auctioneer and auction clerk. (AP Photo/Don Anderson)AP - To sell things over eBay, Mark Nichols may be required to take instruction in rapid-fire speaking, breathing control and reading hand gestures, even though the transactions are done by computer keyboard and mouse.


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Britney Spears removed bejewelled bra from online auction (AFP)
US pop princess Britney Spears, pictured in 2004, has withdrawn a jewel-encrusted bra from an online auction, saying she was concerned buyers of the bra, which drew bids of up to 47,000 dollars, could be misled.(AFP/File/Martin Bureau)AFP - Pop princess Britney Spears has withdrawn a jewel-encrusted bra from an online auction, saying she was concerned buyers of the bra, which drew bids of up to 47,000 dollars, could be misled.


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Estonia launches e-voting by Internet for local election (AFP)
Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip trying out the new system of Internet voting in Tallinn as he casts his ballot from his office computer. Electronic voting is allowed for the first time in advance of the 16 October municipal elections in the new EU member state Estonia(AFP/Raigo Pajula)AFP - Voters in Estonia, which has long been using technology to ease daily life, began voting in local elections without leaving the comfort of their home or office computer.


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EBay Agrees To Buy VeriSign Online Payment Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EBay has agreed to buy VeriSign Inc.'s online payment service for $370 million in cash and/or stock.

SHOPTALK: The King Of The Pixels (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - By now, you've probably heard about The Million Dollar Homepage, the Web site on which Alex Tew, a 21-year-old Englishman, is selling 1 million pixels of banner-ad space at $1 per pixel. (The page is divided into 10,000 squares of 100 pixels each; the minimum buy is one square for $100.) So far, Tew has made about $250,000. But the real fun is to peruse the banners themselves. ...

Google Releases Newsreader In Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google Inc. has released in beta a newsreader for staying up-to-date on Web site content.

AOL Launches Nationwide Ad Campaign For Web Portal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online has launched a nationwide ad campaign for its new Web portal.

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