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Ozzie takes top Microsoft software job (Reuters)
Reuters - After a two-decade courtship of Ray Ozzie, Microsoft Corp. finally landed the soft-spoken industry visionary last year and now he will succeed company founder Bill Gates as its top technical guru.

Gates to give up daily role at Microsoft (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates, right, looks at Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer after Gates announced, Thursday, June 15, 2006, in Redmond, Wash., that he will transition from day-to-day responsibilities at the company he co-founded to concentrate on the charitable work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Gates said he hopes to remain the company's chairman indefinitely, and Ballmer will remain responsible for all day-to-day operations and the company's business strategy. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Bill Gates plans to withdraw from day-to-day duties at Microsoft Corp., so he can focus on his charitable foundation while others run the company he co-founded and guided to industry dominance and vast personal wealth.


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Microsoft transformation falls to Ballmer (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates (R) and Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer take a reporter's question during a news conference at the company headquarters in Redmond, Washington June 15, 2006. (Robert Sorbo/Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - As Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates prepares to step back from the company he founded, the task of finding new sources of growth for the world's largest software company falls to Chief Executive Steve Ballmer.


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Microsoft's Gates says to reduce role in 2008 (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates looks on during a news conference at the company headquarters in Redmond, Washington June 15, 2006. (Robert Sorbo/Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates said on Thursday that over the next two years he will ease out of a day-to-day role at the company he built into the world's biggest software maker.


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The Wit and Wisdom of Bill Gates (PC World)
PC World - The Microsoft icon has had plenty to talk about over the years. Here are some of his notable quotes.

Analysis: What Bill Gates's Departure Means for Microsoft (PC World)
PC World - The departure of Bill Gates, the public face of Microsoft for decades, could actually strengthen the company.

Microsoft's Gates To Quit Daily Role (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates announced on Thursday that he will step down from his day-to-day responsibilities at the company he cofounded in 1975 to focus on the charitable work of the foundation he and his wife oversee.

Gates to 'transition out' of Microsoft leadership (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, pictured May 2006, announced he would "transition out of a day-to-day role in the company" by July 2008 to spend more time working at his foundation on global health and education initiatives.(AFP/File/Jim Bryant)AFP - Bill Gates, the world's richest man, said he would give up the daily running of Microsoft by July, 2008 to concentrate on his foundation's work tackling health and education problems.


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Bill Gates to 'transition out' of daily role at Microsoft (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, pictured May 2006, announced he would "transition out of a day-to-day role in the company" by July 2008 to spend more time working at his foundation on global health and education initiatives.(AFP/File/Jim Bryant)AFP - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates announced he would "transition out of a day-to-day role in the company" by July 2008 to spend more time working at his foundation on global health and education initiatives.


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Bio box for Microsoft's Ray Ozzie (AP)
AP - NAME — Ray Ozzie.

Microsoft's Gates says to reduce role in 2008 (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates looks on during a news conference at the company headquarters in Redmond, Washington June 15, 2006. (Robert Sorbo/Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates said on Thursday that over the next two years he will ease out of a day-to-day role at the company he built into the world's biggest software maker.


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Ozzie takes top Microsoft software job (Reuters)
Reuters - After a two-decade courtship of Ray Ozzie, Microsoft Corp. finally landed the soft-spoken industry visionary last year and now he will succeed company founder Bill Gates as its top technical guru.

Blu-ray launches next week (Reuters)
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.Ltd., best known for its Panasonic brand, displays the new Blu-ray Disc drive for personal computers and Blu-ray discs in Tokyo, April 21, 2006. Blu-ray, one of two much-hyped high-definition DVD formats, debuts next week, but the launch is expected to be muted amid device delays and consumer confusion, industry analysts said on Thursday. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - Blu-ray, one of two much-hyped high-definition DVD formats, debuts next week, but the launch is expected to be muted amid device delays and consumer confusion, industry analysts said on Thursday.


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Video technology firm sues cable operators over VOD (Reuters)
Brian Roberts, President and CEO of Comcast Corporation, speaks at the Boston College Financial Conference 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts March 12, 2004. USA Video Technology Corp., a small technology firm that holds patents for the digital delivery of media, said on Thursday it has filed a suit against top U.S. cable operators, including Comcast, over their video-on-demand services. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - USA Video Technology Corp., a small technology firm that holds patents for the digital delivery of media, said on Thursday it has filed a suit against top U.S. cable operators over their video-on-demand services.


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Amazon starts selling groceries (Reuters)
A portion of the new grocery page on Amazon.com. The internet retailer has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet retailer Amazon.com has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse.


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eBay members can sound off (AP)
A 2005 screenshot of the Google homepage. Internet search leader Google Inc. is testing a system that aims to speed purchases online but bears no resemblance to the popular PayPal payments service of Web auctioneer eBay, Google's chief executive said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Users of eBay are getting new ways to tout their wares and coach one another on how to use the auction Web site.


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Apple eyes labor conditions at iPod plant (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. is investigating claims of poor working conditions at a Chinese iPod factory, the company said Friday, vowing not to tolerate any labor violations.

Energizer devices power up portables (AP)
AP - Energizer Inc. on Thursday introduced portable devices that will allow travelers to charge most cell phones, iPods and gaming devices without plugging into the wall.

Red Hat Acquisition Just Start For JBoss (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Fans and foes alike use a host of carefully chosen words when describing the famously combative JBoss founder Marc Fleury. One not heard very often: "peaceful."

Adobe 2Q profit falls on acquisitions (AP)
Adobe Systems Inc. Photoshop Elements on display at a Best Buy store in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, June 13, 2006. Adobe Systems Inc. releases second-quarter earnings. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Adobe Systems Inc., which makes software such as Acrobat for creating digital documents, reported an 18 percent drop in second-quarter profit as acquisition costs negated higher sales.


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eBay members can sound off (AP)
A 2005 screenshot of the Google homepage. Internet search leader Google Inc. is testing a system that aims to speed purchases online but bears no resemblance to the popular PayPal payments service of Web auctioneer eBay, Google's chief executive said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Users of eBay are getting new ways to tout their wares and coach one another on how to use the auction Web site.


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Google launches new government search site (Reuters)
A screenshot of Google's new government search site, taken on June 15, 2006. Navigating government bureaucracy is not easy, but it may become faster with Google Inc.'s new search site for federal, state and local government. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Navigating government bureaucracy is not easy, but it may become faster with Google Inc.'s new search site for U.S. federal, state and local government.


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Ozzie now key Microsoft software architect (AP)
Microsoft chief software architect Ray Ozzie speaks at a Microsoft announcement in San Francisco in this Nov. 1, 2005, file photo. Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates announced Thursday, June 15, 2006, that he will transition from day-to-day responsibilities in the company to concentrate on the charitable work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Ozzie will immediately assume Gate's title as chief software architect and begin working side by side with Gates on overseeing all software technical design. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)AP - Ray Ozzie's elevation Thursday to replace Bill Gates as chief software architect at Microsoft Corp. reflects the deep respect Ozzie enjoys in the computing industry and his expertise in online services — a hotly competitive field Microsoft is still trying to master.


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AOL transforms Netscape into interactive news website (AFP)
Netscape, a pioneering Internet search portal, was reborn as an interactive news website that merges the ingenuity of users with the skills of professional journalists.(Netscape)AFP - Netscape, a pioneering Internet search portal, was reborn as an interactive news website that merges the ingenuity of users with the skills of professional journalists.


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Google tests Web buying system (Reuters)
A 2005 screenshot of the Google homepage. Internet search leader Google Inc. is testing a system that aims to speed purchases online but bears no resemblance to the popular PayPal payments service of Web auctioneer eBay, Google's chief executive said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet search leader Google Inc. is testing a system that aims to speed purchases online but bears no resemblance to the popular PayPal payments service of Web auctioneer eBay, Google's chief executive said on Thursday.


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EBay seeks ways to keep buyers coming back (Reuters)
Brian Winer of Los Angeles uses an eBay kiosk to check on an item he has for sale during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2006. For eBay, it's a matter of supply outstripping demand. Facing mounting competition in its core market, online auction leader eBay Inc. is seeking new ways to drive consumers to use its auction system by making the buying process more convenient. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - For eBay, it's a matter of supply outstripping demand.


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New Google venture eyes government sites (AP)
A screenshot of Google's new government search site, taken on June 15, 2006. Navigating government bureaucracy is not easy, but it may become faster with Google Inc.'s new search site for federal, state and local government. (Handout/Reuters)AP - The Internet search engine Google wants to be a top source of information from the federal government.


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AOL's Netscape Web Portal Is Reborn (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - AOL is breathing new life into Netscape.com with a revamped design -- still in beta -- that takes a page from the strategy playbook of user-driven sites such as Digg.com and Del.icio.us.

C2 files patent suit against US phone giants (Reuters)
The corporate headquarters for BellSouth is pictured in Atlanta, Georgia on March 6, 2006. C2 Communications, a subsidiary of C2 Global Technologies Inc., said on Thursday it had filed a law suit against seven big U.S. telecommunications providers, including BellSouth, saying the companies infringed its patent for Internet telephone services. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - C2 Communications, a subsidiary of C2 Global Technologies Inc., said on Thursday it had filed a law suit against seven big U.S. telecommunications providers saying the companies infringed its patent for Internet telephone services.


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Group seeks protection from Web threats (AP)
AP - A Russian and Chinese-led bloc of Asian states said Thursday it plans to set up an expert group to boost computer security and help guard against threats to their regimes from the Internet.

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