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Spam king settles with Texas, Microsoft (AP)
AP - One of the world's most notorious spammers has settled lawsuits with the state of Texas and Microsoft Corp. that cost him at least $1 million, took away most of his assets and forced him to stop sending the nuisance e-mails.

Microsoft Drops PDF From Office (PC World)
PC World - Update: Support for Adobe's format withdrawn after legal threat.

Talks with Adobe to use PDF break down: Microsoft (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith is seen in this April 28, 2006 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s negotiations to use Adobe Systems Inc.'s technology in its new Office business software broke down earlier this week and Adobe threatened legal action, Microsoft's top antitrust lawyer said on Friday.


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Sun, Microsoft eye high-performance computing, AJAX (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Sun Microsystems and Microsoft are progressing with programming language research efforts aiming at high-performance computing (HPC) and AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), respectively.

Microsoft in PDF Tussle with Adobe (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Adobe appears ready to file an antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft in Europe following the breakdown of negotiations between the two firms over Microsoft's use of Adobe's PDF technology.

Microsoft, Adobe Systems in ongoing spat (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates talks about Windows Vista, the 2007 Windows Microsoft Office system, and Windows Server 'Longhorn' Tuesday, May 23, 2006, in Seattle. Gates was speaking at the Microsoft Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2006. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Ron Wurzer)AP - Microsoft Corp. said it has canceled plans to include an automatic way to save documents in the popular PDF format in the next version of its Office software, amid an ongoing dispute with Adobe Systems Inc.


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Bowing To Adobe, Microsoft Strips PDF Support From 2007 Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is getting rid of the popular "save as PDF" feature.

Google Deal Might Help Dell Talks With Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Gartner also thinks at least three more of the top PC vendors to strike similar deals with Google.

Adobe Forces Microsoft To Drop PDF From Office 2007 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In another potential legal morass for the developers, Adobe Systems Inc. is poised to file an antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft, according to widely published reports, and it could lead to a long and complex case.

Microsoft Denies iPod Rival Rumors (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft has denied recent reports that it has collaborated with eight consumer electronics companies in a bid to build an MP3 player.

Hotels.com customer info may be at risk (AP)
AP - Thousands of Hotels.com customers may be at risk for credit card fraud after a laptop computer containing their personal information was stolen from an auditor, a company spokesman said Saturday.

Swedes protest police shutdown of Web site (AP)
AP - Hundreds of people waving signs and skull-and-crossbones pirate flags demonstrated in Stockholm on Saturday against a police crackdown on a popular file-sharing Web site with millions of users worldwide.

Robots help hospitalized students keep up (AP)
AP - Lying in his hospital room, on a mattress designed to protect his fragile skin, 13-year-old Achim Nurse poked his bandaged fingers at an orange button on what looked like a souped-up video game console.

Microsoft, Adobe Systems in ongoing spat (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates talks about Windows Vista, the 2007 Windows Microsoft Office system, and Windows Server 'Longhorn' Tuesday, May 23, 2006, in Seattle. Gates was speaking at the Microsoft Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2006. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Ron Wurzer)AP - Microsoft Corp. said it has canceled plans to include an automatic way to save documents in the popular PDF format in the next version of its Office software, amid an ongoing dispute with Adobe Systems Inc.


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JetBlue wins air-ground wireless license (AP)
Employees with JetBlue Airways wave to an aircraft departing from Burbank, Calif., in this May 24, 2005 file photo. JetBlue won a government auction on Friday, June 2, 2006 for wireless spectrum that could be used to provide in-flight telephone, Internet or entertainment services. (AP Photo/Ric Francis, File)AP - JetBlue Airways Corp. won a government auction Friday for wireless spectrum that could be used to provide in-flight telephone, Internet, or entertainment services.


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Emmis stations add iTunes stores to their websites (Reuters)
Reuters - Listeners to hip-hop bastions WQHT New York and KPWR Los Angeles have a new way to enjoy music -- at 99 cents a pop.

Fans of mobile music can test-drive the iCar (Reuters)
Reuters - While the popularity of automotive iPod integration kits has soared, Corgi International may have gotten the wrong idea.

Saudi firms to award $267 mln deal to Cisco, Thales (Reuters)
Cisco Systems President and Chief Executive John Chambers speaks during a news conference in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, October 21, 2005. Three Saudi firms led by mobile telecommunications operator Mobily will award a deal worth $266.7 million to Cisco Systems and France's Thales, a Mobily spokesman said on Saturday. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - Three Saudi firms led by mobile telecommunications operator Mobily (7020.SE) will award a deal worth 1 billion riyals ($266.7 million) to Cisco Systems and France's Thales , a Mobily spokesman said on Saturday.


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Mozilla Squashes Bugs (PC World)
PC World - Firefox, Thunderbird users urged to update to patch serious flaws.

Talks with Adobe to use PDF break down: Microsoft (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith is seen in this April 28, 2006 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s negotiations to use Adobe Systems Inc.'s technology in its new Office business software broke down earlier this week and Adobe threatened legal action, Microsoft's top antitrust lawyer said on Friday.


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Swedes protest police shutdown of Web site (AP)
AP - Hundreds of people waving signs and skull-and-crossbones pirate flags demonstrated in Stockholm on Saturday against a police crackdown on a popular file-sharing Web site with millions of users worldwide.

Emmis stations add iTunes stores to their websites (Reuters)
Reuters - Listeners to hip-hop bastions WQHT New York and KPWR Los Angeles have a new way to enjoy music -- at 99 cents a pop.

In digital pricing wars, music's value open to debate (Reuters)
Reuters - The major labels put aside their fight with Apple Computer over the pricing of digital music when they all signed new one-year licensing deals for the iTunes Music Store in April. But the industry debate over what a song should cost is anything but over.

Rumsfeld toughs it out as debate roils (AP)
Vice President Dick Cheney , left, and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, right, walk from the Rose Garden after President Bush, not pictured, made a statement to reporters after meeting with his Cabinet at the White House Tuesday, March 28, 2006, in Washington. When Rumsfeld became defense secretary in 2001, he posted a chatty list of rules to live and work by on the Pentagon's Web site. 'Rumsfeld's Rules,' as they were called, are long gone now. Rumsfeld has offered to resign at least twice since then and has survived countless calls for his head. His leadership in war and his accountability for unfolding events, including the alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians at Haditha by Marines, nonetheless are very much a source of contentious debate in Washington and beyond.(AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, File)AP - When Donald H. Rumsfeld became defense secretary in 2001, he posted a chatty list of rules to live and work by on the Pentagon's Web site. "Rumsfeld's Rules," as they were called, are long gone now. But two of them in particular resonate during this time of war and recrimination.


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Grateful Dead keyboardist dies (Reuters)
A Grateful Dead fan tours a memoriabilia display relating to the history of the band at the Alpine Valley Music Center in East Troy, Wisconsin in a 2002 file photo. Vince Welnick, who took over as the Grateful Dead's keyboard player in 1990 after a succession of predecessors met untimely deaths, has died at the age of 55, according to an announcement on his Web site. (David Rae Morris/Reuters)Reuters - Vince Welnick, who took over as the Grateful Dead's keyboard player in 1990 after a succession of predecessors met untimely deaths, has died at the age of 55, according to an announcement on his Web site.


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JetBlue wins air-ground wireless license (AP)
Employees with JetBlue Airways wave to an aircraft departing from Burbank, Calif., in this May 24, 2005 file photo. JetBlue won a government auction on Friday, June 2, 2006 for wireless spectrum that could be used to provide in-flight telephone, Internet or entertainment services. (AP Photo/Ric Francis, File)AP - JetBlue Airways Corp. won a government auction Friday for wireless spectrum that could be used to provide in-flight telephone, Internet, or entertainment services.


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Net2Phone Sues Skype For Patent Infringement (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Net2Phone, the Internet telephone unit of IDT Corp. has filed a lawsuit against eBay Inc.'s Skype Internet telephone unit, accusing the unit of infringing a Net2Phone patent.

Viral video sharing is new headache for music biz (Reuters)
A screenshot of YouTube.com, taken on June 3, 2006. As the recording industry tries to block file trading of songs across peer-to-peer networks, blogs and other viral distribution channels, the major labels suddenly have a whole new piracy concern: music videos. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - As the recording industry tries to block file trading of songs across peer-to-peer networks, blogs and other viral distribution channels, the major labels suddenly have a whole new piracy concern: music videos.


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Sun To Pilot R&D Away From "Classic IT" (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The company will focus on Internet-based computing, leaving many of Sun's business customers, who emphasize IT cost-cutting and integrating old computer systems, to become "uninteresting over time," said Greg Papadopoulos, CTO and executive VP of R&D.

Net2Phone sues Skype for patent infringement (Reuters)
A man displays his Skype internet phone in Taipei November 11, 2005. Net2Phone, the Internet telephone unit of IDT Corp. has filed a lawsuit against eBay Inc.'s Skype Internet telephone unit, accusing the unit of infringing a Net2Phone patent. (Richard Chung/Reuters)Reuters - Net2Phone, the Internet telephone unit of IDT Corp. (IDTc.N) has filed a lawsuit against eBay Inc.'s Skype Internet telephone unit, accusing the unit of infringing a Net2Phone patent.


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