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Microsoft To Take On Cisco In Unified Communications (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft’s move into what it calls "unified communications" will spark a turf war with powerful players, including PBX makers and Cisco Systems, that will all attack the market from their positions of strength.

Phishers use Microsoft Word hole as bait (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft last week said it would rush to deliver a patch for a recently discovered hole in Microsoft Word that was being used in sophisticated online attacks.

Vista, virtualization news dominate WinHEC (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft pulled off what might be the software development world’s equivalent of horse racing’s exotic trifecta last week, releasing beta versions of three major products simultaneously at the its annual Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC).

Microsoft's OneCare to Go Live Thursday (PC World)
PC World - Desktop antivirus software to cost $49.95 per year for up to three PCs.

Microsoft: Less Than Half Of U.S. Adults Are Up To Speed On Tech Terms (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Microsoft-sponsored survey finds that less than 50% of U.S. adults are hip to the latest technology buzzwords, and even fewer can say what VoIP, RSS, or tagging mean.

Ballmer touts technology in South Korea (AP)
Microsoft's Chief Executive Steve Ballmer delivers a speech while visiting the site of Information Reference Meeting at Kyounghee Palace in Seoul, Friday, May 26, 2006. Microsoft Corp. plans to invest US$60 million (euro47 million) in South Korea to promote innovation in information technology, company Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said Thursday. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)AP - Mun Sung-tok, a 72-year-old retired community relations worker for the U.S. military, was ecstatic. With the help of 13-year-old granddaughter Bo-suk, he was learning how to send an e-mail to his son and had just spoken via webcam with Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer — who was all of 50 feet away.


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Microsoft Adds "Ultimate" Office To Line-up (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new Office Ultimate -- the name identical to Vista's Ultimate edition -- will be priced at $679 in retail channels, and will include all the applications scheduled to ship within Office Enterprise 2007.

When Will Windows Vista Be Available? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Despite attempts by Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's chief executive, to reassure customers that Vista will ship on schedule next January, some experts are not convinced.

Yahoo, eBay deal ups pressure on Microsoft (Reuters)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks at a news conference in Beijing May 22, 2006. Microsoft Corp. may need to cut prices or pursue a deal similar to Yahoo Inc.'s and online auctioneer eBay Inc.'s partnership to gain ground in the lucrative Internet advertising market, analysts said on Thursday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. may need to cut prices or pursue a deal similar to Yahoo Inc.'s and online auctioneer eBay Inc.'s partnership to gain ground in the lucrative Internet advertising market, analysts said on Thursday.


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Yahoo, eBay join forces in partnership (AP)
In this Oct. 18, 2005, file photo, an exterior view of Yahoo Inc. headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., is shown.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Internet powerhouses Yahoo and eBay are joining forces in an alliance that further defines the battle lines in an online brawl with rivals Google, Microsoft and AOL.


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Middle class goes broadband as price falls (AP)
HOLD FOR RELEASE 4 P.M. EDT, MAY 28; Graphic shows broadband usage by income. (AP Graphic)AP - Middle- and working-class Americans signed up for high-speed Internet access in record numbers in the past year, apparently lured by a price war among phone companies.


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China: U.S. is in wireless 'conspiracy' (AP)
AP - The agency promoting China's wireless encryption standard has accused a U.S. engineers' group of waging a conspiracy that led a global organization to reject the Chinese system, the country's official news agency said Monday.

Intel relentlessly pursues cutting edge (AP)
A clean room is worked on at a new Intel fabrication plant in Chandler, Ariz. on Wedneday, May 3, 2006. Those looking for the secret to Intel's profitability, among the highest in the high-tech or manufacturing industries, need look no further than this bedroom community on the outskirts of Phoenix.  (AP Photo/Khampha Bouaphanh)AP - The glass-encased room inside Intel Corp.'s microchip factory here, with its shiny, metallic surfaces and frigid air, is a world away from the blistering sun and brown earth outside. An army of robots suspended from the vast ceiling glide from one refrigerator-sized machine to the next. Their cargo: thousands of 12-inch silicon platters that form the raw material for Intel's most sophisticated computer microprocessor to date.


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TI eyes video to drive semiconductor sales (AP)
Texas Instruments Vice President Greg Delagi holds a video micro chip board,  in Dallas, Wednesday, May 17, 2006. TI Inc. has ridden the wireless wave ever since cellular phones were used only for talking to somebody else. The engineers who run Texas Instruments are trying to anticipate where the phone market is headed next, and they think they know. 'Video is the next big thing,' says Delagi. (AP Photo/LM Otero)AP - Chip-maker Texas Instruments Inc. has ridden the wireless wave since the dawn of the cellular age, with its sales and profits growing along with the popularity of games, cameras and other fancy mobile phone features that require more computing horsepower.


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Intel unique in new manufacturing methods (AP)
AP - Intel Corp., the world's biggest chip maker, is unique in the way it rolls out new manufacturing methods, perfecting it in a laboratory and then painstakingly duplicating it at factories around the world.

Salesforce launches AppExchange for OEMs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff unveiled plans to transform his company into the iTunes of the business application world and laid the groundwork for AppExchange OEM Edition, the company’s newest service.

DVD Goes High-Def (PC World)
PC World - High-definition DVD products are here, but consumers still face a thorny dilemma as two incompatible formats battle for their dollars.

Vodafone unveils new strategy (Reuters)
A woman passes a Vodafone logo in this March 17, 2006 file photo. Mobile phone giant Vodafone Group Plc unveiled plans to return an extra 3 billion pounds ($5.6 billion) to investors and boosted its dividend on Tuesday, as it posted earnings that beat analysts' average forecast. (Yuriko/Reuters)Reuters - Mobile phone giant Vodafone unveiled plans to return an extra 3 billion pounds ($5.6 billion) to investors and hiked its dividends on Tuesday, spicing a well-flagged new strategy to cut costs and embrace new technology.


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Google Releases Picasa Photo Organizer For Linux (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google has released a Linux version of the search engine's Picasa photo organizer.

Vista, virtualization news dominate WinHEC (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft pulled off what might be the software development world’s equivalent of horse racing’s exotic trifecta last week, releasing beta versions of three major products simultaneously at the its annual Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC).

Salesforce launches AppExchange for OEMs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff unveiled plans to transform his company into the iTunes of the business application world and laid the groundwork for AppExchange OEM Edition, the company’s newest service.

Polish TVN to buy stake in Internet portal (Reuters)
Reuters - Poland's television broadcaster TVN said on Monday it signed an initial deal with ITI Media Group to buy a controlling stake in Grupa Onet.pl, which owns a leading Internet portal, for 1.1 billion zlotys.

Egyptian man keeps blogging from his cell (AP)
A cat is seen under a poster with pictures of Alaa Abdel Fattah, 24, right, and his wife, Manal Hassan, 23, at their apartment in Cairo, Egypt, on Wednesday, May 17, 2006. Even from his cell in an Egyptian prison, Alaa Abdel-Fattah is blogging _ scribbling messages on slips of paper that make their way to the Internet and spread around the world. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)AP - Even from his cell in an Egyptian prison, Alaa Abdel-Fattah is blogging — scribbling messages on slips of paper that make their way to the Internet and spread around the world.


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Middle class goes broadband as price falls (AP)
HOLD FOR RELEASE 4 P.M. EDT, MAY 28; Graphic shows broadband usage by income. (AP Graphic)AP - Middle- and working-class Americans signed up for high-speed Internet access in record numbers in the past year, apparently lured by a price war among phone companies.


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Phishers use Microsoft Word hole as bait (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft last week said it would rush to deliver a patch for a recently discovered hole in Microsoft Word that was being used in sophisticated online attacks.

World press chiefs debate how to handle the Internet revolution (AFP)
A computer at an Internet cafe.  Global press chiefs gathered to thrash out how best to wrestle with the rise of the Internet, stay on top of technology, and beat countless bloggers and citizen journalists to the story.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - Global press chiefs gathered to thrash out how best to wrestle with the rise of the Internet, stay on top of technology, and beat countless bloggers and citizen journalists to the story.


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Berners-Lee: Web Is Ready To Evolve (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The mainstream Web is ready for the next step in its evolution, the father of the Internet proclaimed at this year's World Wide Web Conference (W3C).

Excerpts from Egyptian pro-democracy blog (AP)
AP - Excerpts from English-language postings on http://www.manalaa.net — pro-democracy blog in Egypt written by Alaa Abdel-Fattah and Manal Hassan:

Amnesty seeks to end Internet repression (Reuters)
An Internet cafe in Nanjing, in east China's Jiangsu province, March 14, 2006. Amnesty International marked its 45th anniversary on Sunday by launching a global campaign to stamp out state censorship of the Internet. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Amnesty International marked its 45th anniversary on Sunday by launching a global campaign to stamp out state censorship of the Internet.


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Apple loses court bid to identify sources (AP)
An advertisement for the Apple iPod inside a metro station in downtown Paris, March 22, 2006. The digital music battle of the future may not be over where music is purchased, but where and how it is stored. A number of companies have created online content 'lockers' where users can upload their digital media files for storage that they can subsequently access from multiple devices. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)AP - A state appeals court on Friday rejected Apple Computer Inc.'s bid to identify the sources of leaked product information that appeared on Web sites, ruling that online reporters and bloggers are entitled to the same protections as traditional journalists.


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