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Microsoft Touts Exchange 2007's Mobility Features (PC World)
PC World - BOSTON-- Microsoft today showed off new mobility features that will be available in Exchange Server 2007, the next version of the company's e-mail and messaging software.

Microsoft Corporate Security Client a Year Away (PC World)
PC World - Forefront Client Security to replace Microsoft Client Protection.

Windows vs. Linux: Time to Call a Truce? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - It's time for Windows and Linux partisans to put aside their differences long enough to find ways to make the two operating systems work better together, a Windows Server consultant tells attendees at the Microsoft TechEd 2006 conference.

Microsoft Opens Next Versions of Office, SharePoint to Developers (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Redmond software maker is continuing to beat the developer drum for its information-worker platforms with Office Business Application Services and Line of Business Interoperability (LOBi) capabilities.

Headaches for Windows Vista Beta 2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is counting on at least two million Windows enthusiasts to sign on to help work out any remaining kinks in the software.

Infineon's Qimonda lands key Microsoft contract (AFP)
Qimonda chairman Kin Wah Loh gestures during a press conference at the Infineon headquarters in March 2006. Qimonda -- the memory chip arm of German semi-conductors giant Infineon -- has landed a contract to supply graphic RAM (random access memory) chips to US software giant Microsoft.(AFP/DDP/File/Marion Vogel)AFP - Qimonda, the memory chip arm of German semi-conductors giant Infineon, has landed a contract to supply graphic RAM (random access memory) chips to US software giant Microsoft.


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Microsoft's New WinFS Challenge: Managing Live Services (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's next-generation data store is still not yet at the Beta 2 stage. But the longer the technology takes to deliver, the more complex Microsoft's data management challenges become.

TechEd: Microsoft touts multifaceted 'People-Ready' plan (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - BOSTON -- With a celebrity assist from a star of the TV show "24," Microsoft on Sunday touted its "People-Ready" business strategy and four attendant promises for IT.

Microsoft Finally Catching up With WPA2 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Tech Analysis: Microsoft is finally getting up to speed with Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 support.

Famed Microsoft blogger leaves for start-up (Reuters)
The homepage of the widely read blog site Scobilizer. The world's most famous corporate blogger, Robert Scoble, credited with helping to break down a siege mentality at his employer, Microsoft, confirmed on Sunday he is leaving to join a recently formed Silicon Valley Internet media start-up. (Handout/Reuters)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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U.S. defends warrantless domestic spying (AP)
Ann Beeson, the American Civil Liberties Union associate legal director and the lead attorney for the plaintiffs addresses the media in Detroit, Monday, June 12, 2006. In the background are plaintiffs Nazih Hassan, right, and James Bamford. The U.S. government defended warrantless domestic surveillance in court for the first time saying the program is well within the president's authority but that proving that would require revealing state secrets. The ACLU brought the suit against the National Security Agency, asking for an immediate halt to the program, arguing that it violates the rights to free speech and privacy. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - The government's warrantless domestic spying faced its first courtroom test Monday, with the Bush administration arguing that the program is well within the president's authority but that proving it would require revealing state secrets.


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Yahoo, world's most popular e-mail, hit by worm (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. , the world's largest provider of e-mail services, said on Monday that a software virus aimed at Yahoo Mail users had infected "a very small fraction" of its base of more than 200 million accounts.

eBay to Detail Skype Plans On Tuesday (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - 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.

E-newspapers just around the corner. Really (Reuters)
A man reads a local newspaper on the subway in New York December 23, 2005. The newspapers of the future - cheap digital screens that can be rolled up and stuffed into a back pocket - have been just around the corner for the last three decades. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - cheap digital screens that can be rolled up and stuffed into a back pocket - have been just around the corner for the last three decades.


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Japanese watches to carry mobile phone messages (AFP)
A Citizen Watch employee Sachiko Shibata displays the world's first bluetooth equipped wristwatch "i:VERT" which can vibrate, and display the caller's name and phone number when the user's mobile phone receives a call.(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Data-flashing mobile telephones may have lessened the need to wear watches, but a Japanese firm is hitting back, creating a wristwatch for the technophile on the move.


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Google upgrades mapping tools (AP)
AP - Google Inc. on Monday released the latest upgrades to the mapping tools that rank among the company's biggest success outside the Internet-leading search engine that steers much of the Web's traffic.

At PBS helm, Paula Kerger must seek solvency (Reuters)
Reuters - Paula Kerger's mission as the new chief of the Public Broadcasting Service is to give the endearing and endangered institution financial autonomy in a digital media world that desperately needs what PBS has to offer.

Verizon Gives Parents a Child-Tracking Tool (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Verizon Wireless has introduced a GPS location-tracking service that not only can tell where a child is, but also can establish virtual boundaries for where that child ought to be at any given time.

Windows vs. Linux: Time to Call a Truce? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - It's time for Windows and Linux partisans to put aside their differences long enough to find ways to make the two operating systems work better together, a Windows Server consultant tells attendees at the Microsoft TechEd 2006 conference.

Microsoft Touts Exchange 2007's Mobility Features (PC World)
PC World - BOSTON-- Microsoft today showed off new mobility features that will be available in Exchange Server 2007, the next version of the company's e-mail and messaging software.

Google upgrades mapping tools (AP)
AP - Google Inc. on Monday released the latest upgrades to the mapping tools that rank among the company's biggest success outside the Internet-leading search engine that steers much of the Web's traffic.

US Internet search giant Google upgrades its mapping service (AFP)
Headquarters of the Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California.  US Internet search giant Google unveiled an enhanced version of its popular online mapping program.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - US Internet search giant Google unveiled an enhanced version of its popular online mapping program.


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AOL Tests Webmail Enhancements (PC World)
PC World - Upgrades include integration with AOL photo management service.

Deal on Net neutrality in US Senate elusive: aides (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee so far has been unable to reach a compromise on Internet network neutrality, a week before the panel is supposed to vote on it as part of a broader communications reform bill, Senate aides said on Monday.

EBay Readies New Advertising System (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Just in case you aren't already spending too much time or money on eBay, the auction giant is extending its reach even further around the Web with a new context-sensitive advertising system designed to bring you back to the fold if you stray too far.

Newspapers fight back against online classifieds (Reuters)
Daily newspaper boxes line the sidewalk in downtown Ottawa, April 4, 2005. For the past decade, newspapers have seen their help-wanted advertising under siege from online rivals. Now, as the Internet begins to eat into automotive and real estate classifieds as well, newspapers are fighting back. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)Reuters - For the past decade, newspapers have seen their help-wanted advertising under siege from online rivals. Now, as the Internet begins to eat into automotive and real estate classifieds as well, newspapers are fighting back.


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Worm Attacks Yahoo E-Mail (PC World)
PC World - Mass-mailing worm exploits a vulnerability in the Web-based e-mail, but its impact is low.

McAfee Upgrades Appliances, Online Testing Tools (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The security software vendor updates its network defense hardware and online applications testing and deployment service.

EBay takes Web ads to next level (USATODAY.com)
Online auction company EBay Inc.'s Chief Executive Meg Whitman addresses a news conference in Brussels February 7, 2006. REUTERS/Francois LenoirUSATODAY.com - Online marketplace eBay is set to unveil a keyword advertising system for eBay sellers to promote auctions on other websites, borrowing from the strategies of Google and Yahoo. The plan allows website affiliates to run contextual ads for eBay auctions in exchange for a cut of the resulting eBay sales.


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eBay to Detail Skype Plans On Tuesday (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - 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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