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Microsoft to update Office for business intelligence (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft plans to clarify its business intelligence strategy with the unveiling of Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, a new addition to its Office lineup, on Tuesday.

Microsoft software to be in Qwest offering (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Monday that its Internet security software will be included with Qwest's high-speed Internet service, marking the first such partnership for the software company's new online product.

Microsoft Taking Aim At Midsize Businesses (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft is the world's largest software empire. Computer users are well aware of its Windows operating system, Office suite, MSN Web portal, Explorer browser and Xbox gaming console.

Google to introduce spreadsheet program (AP)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. will introduce a spreadsheet program Tuesday, continuing the Internet search leader's expansion into territory long dominated by Microsoft Corp.


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Juniper Partners with Microsoft on IPTV Security (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Juniper Networks has formed a partnership with Microsoft to provide security technology for Microsoft's Internet-based TV platform. Under the terms of the deal, Juniper will provide firewall and intrusion-detection services for Microsoft TV IPTV Edition customers.

Microsoft Removes PDF Support from Office 2007, Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Those looking forward to built-in Adobe PDF support in the forthcoming Office 2007 productivity suite and Windows Vista operating system might have to go without.

Can Microsoft Make Vista Less Annoying? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft plans to tweak the privilege escalation prompts in Windows Vista after beta testers complain that the current implementation is "annoying" and counterproductive.

Juniper to provide Microsoft IPTV security (Reuters)
Juniper Networks' ERX-1440 Platform is seen in an undated file photo. Computer network equipment maker Juniper Networks Inc. will offer security services for Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Protocol television (IPTV) software, the companies said on Monday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Computer network equipment maker Juniper Networks Inc. will offer security services for Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Protocol television (IPTV) software, the companies said on Monday.


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Microsoft Sets Collaboration Timeline (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The software giant is expected to unfurl its road map for its collaboration products at two upcoming events.

Microsoft Plays Politics (PC World)
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)PC World - Its antitrust experience has awakened the software giant to the benefits of funding trips and campaigns.


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Google to introduce spreadsheet program (AP)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. will introduce a spreadsheet program Tuesday, continuing the Internet search leader's expansion into territory long dominated by Microsoft Corp.


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Storage components in more visible role (AP)
ADVANCE FOR JUNE 5; graphic compares the current and projected cost per gigabyte of flash memory and hard disk drive technology. (AP Graphic)AP - Bill Healy held the future in his pocket. The senior vice president of Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Inc. whipped out a tiny hard drive about the size of a Wheat Thin. The drive's label claimed a capacity of 1,000 gigabytes — more than 100 times greater than today's models that can hold 8,000 photos or 2,000 songs.


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Microsoft software to be in Qwest offering (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Monday that its Internet security software will be included with Qwest's high-speed Internet service, marking the first such partnership for the software company's new online product.

IBM: Firm will triple Investment in India (AP)
AP - IBM Corp. said Tuesday it would triple its investments in India to $6 billion (euro4.6 billion) over the next three years as the South Asian country becomes a cornerstone in the global network of the world's largest computer services company.

Researcher looks to PCs for medical cures (AP)
Biomedical researcher David Baker holds the monitor of a computer running his Rosetta@home research project Thursday, May 18, 2006 in a lab at the University of Washington in Seattle. The distributed computing project, which runs on thousands of home or work computers when they aren't in use, may eventually help researchers find the key to an AIDS vaccine or a cure for cancer. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Researcher David Baker believes the key to an AIDS vaccine or a cure for cancer may be that old PC sitting under a layer of dust in your closet or the one on your desk doing little else but running a screen saver. Those outdated or idle computers may be just what Baker needs to turn his ideas into scientific breakthroughs.


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Starz polishes on-demand service (Reuters)
Reuters - Starz Entertainment Group has unveiled a new version of its Vongo on-demand broadband entertainment service, adding programming and improvements that include higher quality and better search functions.

"Dave" second course in online Food series (Reuters)
Reuters - FoodNetwork.com on Monday announced its second Web series, "Dave Does," in which Dave Lieberman examines the latest food trends and gadgets along with "insider" restaurant locations.

Upbeat Carphone signs up 340,000 to broadband (FT.com)
FT.com - Carphone Warehouse, Europe's largest mobile phone retailer, on Tuesday said it had signed up 340,000 customers for its free broadband offering as it reported underlying pre-tax profits up by 35.5 per cent to £136.1m ($255m).

Ubuntu ventures into enterprise Linux (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - According to Wikipedia, the African word "Ubuntu," from which the Ubuntu Linux distribution takes its name, has many possible translations. Among them: "humanity towards others," "I am because we are," or "A person is a person because of other persons."

Microsoft to update Office for business intelligence (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft plans to clarify its business intelligence strategy with the unveiling of Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, a new addition to its Office lineup, on Tuesday.

Starz polishes on-demand service (Reuters)
Reuters - Starz Entertainment Group has unveiled a new version of its Vongo on-demand broadband entertainment service, adding programming and improvements that include higher quality and better search functions.

Microsoft software to be in Qwest offering (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Monday that its Internet security software will be included with Qwest's high-speed Internet service, marking the first such partnership for the software company's new online product.

Intel eyeing sale of part of comms chips unit: report (Reuters)
Reuters - Chip maker Intel Corp. is looking to sell parts of its communications chip business according to a report on the Wall Street Journal Web site on Monday.

Google tests Web-based spreadsheet to organize data (Reuters)
Larry Page, co-founder of Google Inc., delivers a keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2006. Google is going back to the future by reinventing the spreadsheet as a Web-based application, seeking a simpler on-ramp for consumers to input data into databases, the company said on Monday. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. is going back to the future by reinventing the spreadsheet as a Web-based application, seeking a simpler on-ramp for consumers to input data into databases, the company said on Monday.


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Texas Plans Border-Patrol Webcams (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As the debate over immigration continues to rage, an innovative new border-patrol technique that draws on the power of the Internet is adding more fuel to the fire.

Feds Want Web Records Stored for Two Years (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A meeting between the Justice Department, the FBI, and Internet industry representatives to discuss a "request" that ISPs maintain records of online activities ended without an agreement on Friday.

Google to introduce spreadsheet program (AP)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. will introduce a spreadsheet program Tuesday, continuing the Internet search leader's expansion into territory long dominated by Microsoft Corp.


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Washington Post's Web Site Announces Launch of User Comments (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The Washington Post's website, washingtonpost.com has now enabled readers of the site's popular Sports section to post comments directly on the site. Over the next few months, the site plans to launch comments capabilities on articles throughout the other sections of the site as well.

Filesharers hit back as Swedish police probe web attacks (AFP)
A Swedish filesharers' group condemned Sweden's "repressive" Internet laws as police searched for hackers who allegedly disabled government and police websites over the weekend.(AFP)AFP - A Swedish filesharers' group condemned Sweden's "repressive" Internet laws as police searched for hackers who allegedly disabled government and police websites over the weekend.


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Juniper Partners with Microsoft on IPTV Security (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Juniper Networks has formed a partnership with Microsoft to provide security technology for Microsoft's Internet-based TV platform. Under the terms of the deal, Juniper will provide firewall and intrusion-detection services for Microsoft TV IPTV Edition customers.

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