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Famed Microsoft blogger leaves for start-up (Reuters)
Microsoft CEO Bill Gates plays bridge at the 2006 World Championship in Verona, Italy, Saturday, June 10, 2006. Gates plays in the mixed couple category with Sharon Osberg from San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo/Corrado Pedon)Reuters - The world's most famous corporate blogger, Robert Scoble, credited with helping to break down a siege mentality at his employer, Microsoft Corp., confirmed on Sunday he is leaving to join a recently formed Silicon Valley Internet media start-up.


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Irreverent blogger to leave Microsoft (AP)
Microsoft CEO Bill Gates plays bridge at the 2006 World Championship in Verona, Italy, Saturday, June 10, 2006. Gates plays in the mixed couple category with Sharon Osberg from San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo/Corrado Pedon)AP - A prominent Microsoft Corp. blogger who sometimes bluntly bashed the software behemoth is leaving the company to join PodTech.net, a Silicon Valley video blogging startup.


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Is Vista Heading for a Flash Nightmare? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Opinion: Microsoft is touting the extra battery power available by running flash memory thumb drives and hybrid hard disks with Windows Vista. But ReadyBoost and ReadyDrive may trade battery life for your data's integrity.

Microsoft rebrands WinFX as .Net Framework 3.0 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has re-branded its WinFX technologies as .Net Framework 3.0 to clarify the naming convention for its developer framework, company representatives said on Friday.

Microsoft Can't Patch Flaw in Windows 98, ME (PC World)
PC World - Software giant had promised to fix the critical flaw, but now says that won't happen.

Microsoft Changes WGA Following Spyware Allegations (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has changed a feature found in its Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) software after receiving complaints about the program's daily check-ins with the company's servers. Now, the tool will dial home in 14-day intervals instead of after every system boot.

Microsoft Readies 12 Updates for Patch Tuesday (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - This coming Tuesday, June 13, is Microsoft's monthly security-patch update day, and the software giant has a big set of fixes for its users to download. In total, Microsoft will be releasing 12 patches for vulnerabilities in its software.

Microsoft to issue 12 patches for security flaws (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Microsoft Corp. plans to issue a dozen security alerts on Tuesday -- some carrying the highest risk rating of critical -- as part of a monthly security update to fix flaws in its software. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to issue a dozen security alerts on Tuesday -- some carrying the highest risk rating of critical -- as part of a monthly security update to fix flaws in its software.


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Microsoft Launches Supercomputing OS (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is staking its claim in the high-performance computing territory with the launch of an operating system specifically designed for computer clusters used by the likes of engineers, scientists, and researchers for data-crunching tasks such as developing new drugs, modeling weather patterns, and conducting genetic research.

What's Genuine About Windows Genuine Advantage? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Is Microsoft tracking your daily whereabouts via its anti-piracy technology? Is it collecting information on which non-Microsoft apps you are running? Here's our attempt to separate fact from urban legend in the Genuine Advantage realm.

Irreverent blogger to leave Microsoft (AP)
Microsoft CEO Bill Gates plays bridge at the 2006 World Championship in Verona, Italy, Saturday, June 10, 2006. Gates plays in the mixed couple category with Sharon Osberg from San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo/Corrado Pedon)AP - A prominent Microsoft Corp. blogger who sometimes bluntly bashed the software behemoth is leaving the company to join PodTech.net, a Silicon Valley video blogging startup.


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Verizon bets big on fiber optic overhaul (AP)
Joe DeBonis, a Verizon lineman, connects fiber optic cable that will serve a home in North Bellmore, N.Y. on May 11, 2006. Verizon is making a big bet that the time is right to replace its copper phone lines with optical fiber. It's an expensive gamble that has punished the company stock, but at the front lines of this minor revolution, in the homes that are being connected, it's clearly a popular endeavor. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - Lisa Donohue squats on the floor with her 2-year-old son Calum in front of their high-definition TV, watching a children's cartoon. "What kind of animal is Franklin?" she asks him. Calum is a little under the weather, and his eyes droop a bit, but they stay fixed on the turtle on the screen.


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China walks out of encryption meeting (AP)
AP - An international dispute over a wireless computing standard took a bitter turn this past week with the Chinese delegation walking out of a global meeting to discuss the technology.

EchoStar, DirecTV to resell broadband (AP)
An EchoStar/Dish Network satellite dish is seen in an undated file photo. Satellite television operator EchoStar Communications Corp. said on Wednesday the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected many of TiVo Inc.'s patent claims as invalid. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Targeting rural homes, satellite-TV providers EchoStar Communications Corp. and DirecTV Inc. will resell broadband Internet access via satellite from WildBlue Communications Inc., WildBlue said Friday.


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DOE computers hacked; info on 1,500 taken (AP)
AP - A hacker stole a file containing the names and Social Security numbers of 1,500 people working for the Energy Department's nuclear weapons agency.

Early peer-to-peer music site gets back in game (Reuters)
Reuters - Like Napster and BitTorrent before it, LTDnetwork's Qtrax is a brand from the early days of peer-to-peer music piracy that is relaunching as a completely legal service.

Vivendi allows World of Warcraft guide sales to resume (Reuters)
A screenshot from the video game 'World of Warcraft.' A Florida video game enthusiast will soon be able to resume selling on eBay his home-made guide on how to succeed in 'World of Warcraft,' a hit online video game owned by Vivendi. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - A Florida video game enthusiast will soon be able to resume selling on eBay his home-made guide on how to succeed in "World of Warcraft," a hit online video game owned by Vivendi.


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Cellphone crusader to divide and conquer (FT.com)
FT.com - Almost a year after becoming chief executive of Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), Paul Jacobs is finding himself playing the unwanted role of crusader, fighting for the cellphone standard his father and predecessor spread around the world.

Microsoft to Take On Linux in HPC Space (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's goal: to take the technology to a mainstream audience and give every researcher and scientist access to supercomputing power from their desks within five years.

Google gets Groove-y with Spreadsheet (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - It’s not often that alpha releases of new software get written up in Tech Watch, let alone alpha versions of spreadsheet software, a category that reached its peak of innovation around the time Bill Clinton won his return trip to the Oval Office.

Early peer-to-peer music site gets back in game (Reuters)
Reuters - Like Napster and BitTorrent before it, LTDnetwork's Qtrax is a brand from the early days of peer-to-peer music piracy that is relaunching as a completely legal service.

Famed Microsoft blogger leaves for start-up (Reuters)
Microsoft CEO Bill Gates plays bridge at the 2006 World Championship in Verona, Italy, Saturday, June 10, 2006. Gates plays in the mixed couple category with Sharon Osberg from San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo/Corrado Pedon)Reuters - The world's most famous corporate blogger, Robert Scoble, credited with helping to break down a siege mentality at his employer, Microsoft Corp., confirmed on Sunday he is leaving to join a recently formed Silicon Valley Internet media start-up.


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ABC strikes out with "How to Get the Guy" (Reuters)
Reuters - Last summer, ABC trotted out the documentary series "Hooking Up" that followed the Internet dating trials and tribulations of 11 women over the course of a year.

EBay to unveil further Skype tie-ins (Reuters)
Skype CEO Niklas Zennstrom addresses a summit in Paris, May 25, 2005. Online marketplace eBay is set to detail on Tuesday how it plans to combine its Skype Web telephone-call service into its core U.S. auction business, executives said on Sunday. (Mal Langsdon/Reuters)Reuters - Online marketplace eBay Inc. is set to detail on Tuesday how it plans to combine its Skype Web telephone-call service into its core U.S. auction business, executives said on Sunday.


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Irreverent blogger to leave Microsoft (AP)
Microsoft CEO Bill Gates plays bridge at the 2006 World Championship in Verona, Italy, Saturday, June 10, 2006. Gates plays in the mixed couple category with Sharon Osberg from San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo/Corrado Pedon)AP - A prominent Microsoft Corp. blogger who sometimes bluntly bashed the software behemoth is leaving the company to join PodTech.net, a Silicon Valley video blogging startup.


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BBC's global future is on the Internet: corporation's chief (AFP)
Pedestrians walks past the doors of the BBC's Bush House in London, December 2004. BBC director-general Mark Thompson wants to take advantage of the latest technology to turn one of the world's foremost broadcasters into a truly global media brand.(AFP/File/Nicolas Asfouri)AFP - BBC director-general Mark Thompson wants to take advantage of the latest technology to turn one of the world's foremost broadcasters into a truly global media brand.


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Piracy site doubles hits after police raid: web monitor (AFP)
The Pirate Bay, one of the world's most popular websites for illegal downloading of movies, has doubled its number of visitors after Swedish police shut down the site for three days, according to an Internet monitoring site.(The Pirate Bay)AFP - The Pirate Bay, one of the world's most popular websites for illegal downloading of movies, has doubled its number of visitors after Swedish police shut down the site for three days, according to an Internet monitoring site.


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Reid calls for more intelligence oversight (AP)
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., left, pauses during a news conference in this Sept. 20, 2005, file photo in Washington. Americans won't be fooled by future intelligence failures if Congress will enact stiffer reporting requirements for the president and the intelligence community, Reid said Saturday, June 10, 2006. Reid, in prepared remarks for the YearlyKos Convention of bloggers in Las Vegas, said his proposed legislation is critical as the Bush administration steps up its diplomacy with Iran. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, file)AP - Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid made a pitch Saturday to enlist bloggers as a Democratic force in upcoming elections, and said he'll ask Congress for stiffer reporting requirements for the president and the intelligence community.


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EchoStar, DirecTV to resell broadband (AP)
An EchoStar/Dish Network satellite dish is seen in an undated file photo. Satellite television operator EchoStar Communications Corp. said on Wednesday the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected many of TiVo Inc.'s patent claims as invalid. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Targeting rural homes, satellite-TV providers EchoStar Communications Corp. and DirecTV Inc. will resell broadband Internet access via satellite from WildBlue Communications Inc., WildBlue said Friday.


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Appeals court backs Bush on wiretaps (AP)
President Bush speaks at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast Thursday, June 9, 2006 in Washington. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)AP - A federal appeals court sided with the Bush administration Friday on an electronic surveillance issue, making it easier to tap into Internet phone calls and broadband transmissions.


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