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Gates' step-back pressures Microsoft execs (AP)
Craig Mundie, left, and Ray Ozzie at Microsoft Campus on Friday, June 16, 2006 in Redmond, Wash. Both Mundie and Ozzie will take over Bill Gates date-to-day duties when he shifts to a full-time role at his philanthropic foundation in 2008. (AP Photo/Jim Bryant)AP - Bill Gates' decision to give up day-to-day duties at Microsoft Corp. puts more pressure on Steve Ballmer, Ray Ozzie and other executives to figure out the company's place in an industry increasingly focused on Internet-based services championed by Google Inc. and others.


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Exploits Circulating for Unpatched Windows PCs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Although Microsoft released a string of patches to fix security flaws in Windows and Microsoft Office earlier this week, security experts are warning of several "in-the-wild" exploits that are targeting unpatched systems.

Microsoft developing rival to iPod: sources (Reuters)
A commercial board for the Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod is seen inside a metro station in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Software giant Microsoft Corp. is laying the groundwork to compete against Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod digital entertainment device and iTunes service, sources said on Friday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is developing a music and video device to compete with Apple's iPod and creating its own music service to rival Apple's iTunes, sources familiar with the plans said on Friday.


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Bill Gates' Departure: What It Means (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The announcement Thursday that Bill Gates will downsize his role at Microsoft in 2008 to focus on his philanthropic endeavors came as a surprise to many in the tech industry. Immediately following the news, industry observers began to speculate how Gates' absence will affect Microsoft and its long-standing dominance in the software market.

Microsoft eyes new tech leaders for post-Gates era (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. technical officer Ray Ozzie is pictured in this undated photograph. Microsoft Corp. picked two well-respected technical minds, Ozzie and Craig Mundie, to fill the void from founder Bill Gates' pending departure in two years, but it also identified a next tier of leaders charged with reinventing the software giant to compete against younger, agile rivals. (Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. picked two well-respected technical minds to fill the void from founder Bill Gates' pending departure in two years, but it also identified a next tier of leaders charged with reinventing the software giant to compete against younger, agile rivals.


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Bill Gates Gets Schooled (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - What does a troubled public school do when Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, come knocking with $1 million and a rescue plan? Manual High School, a hulking, 112-year-old brick edifice serving several poor neighborhoods in Denver, faced that question back in 2000. It had been a respected school for many years, with a mix of middle-class white kids, most of whom were bused in, and less-well-off minorities. The school scored well on tests overall and fielded outstanding sports teams. ...

HTC Delivers New Self-Branded 3G Smartphones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - High Tech Computer (HTC) has taken the wraps off of its first two self-branded smartphones, including a Windows Mobile product that is loaded with Microsoft's Office applications, offers push e-mail capabilities, and operates on the latest 3G wireless networks.

Microsoft Shift Puts Networking Front And Center (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Ray Ozzie's new gig as Microsoft Chief Software Architect exemplifies the company's reset course in a Software-as-a-Service world.

Stocks fall as Fed talk stirs rate jitters (Reuters)
Traders work the floor of the New York Stock Exchange before the closing bell, June 15, 2006. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. stocks slipped on Friday, shedding strong gains from the past two days as tough talk on inflation from Federal Reserve officials fueled investor speculation that the central bank will keep raising interest rates.


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Problems Crop Up In Microsoft Patch (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Windows users have reported problems with their dial-up connection after installing one of the 12 security updates Microsoft released Tuesday, security organizations reported Friday.

Microsoft eyes new tech leaders for post-Gates era (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. technical officer Ray Ozzie is pictured in this undated photograph. Microsoft Corp. picked two well-respected technical minds, Ozzie and Craig Mundie, to fill the void from founder Bill Gates' pending departure in two years, but it also identified a next tier of leaders charged with reinventing the software giant to compete against younger, agile rivals. (Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. picked two well-respected technical minds to fill the void from founder Bill Gates' pending departure in two years, but it also identified a next tier of leaders charged with reinventing the software giant to compete against younger, agile rivals.


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South Korea game makers eye global expansion (Reuters)
South Korean children play a computer game in Seoul January 11, 2004. South Korea, home to the world's most sophisticated online games, is preparing an assault on North America, Japan and Europe, setting the stage for an international scrum in an industry poised to nearly triple in value in the coming years. (Lee Jae-won/Reuters)Reuters - South Korea, home to the world's most sophisticated online games, is preparing an assault on North America, Japan and Europe, setting the stage for an international scrum in an industry poised to nearly triple in value in the coming years.


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Microsoft developing rival to iPod: sources (Reuters)
A commercial board for the Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod is seen inside a metro station in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Software giant Microsoft Corp. is laying the groundwork to compete against Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod digital entertainment device and iTunes service, sources said on Friday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is developing a music and video device to compete with Apple's iPod and creating its own music service to rival Apple's iTunes, sources familiar with the plans said on Friday.


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Web news readers spend more money online: study (Reuters)
A group of internet users are seen in Atlanta in a 2004 file photo. Frequent readers of newspaper Web sites are more likely to make online purchases than other Internet users, according to a study released on Friday by the Newspaper Association of America. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Frequent readers of newspaper Web sites are more likely to make online purchases than other Internet users, according to a study released on Friday by the Newspaper Association of America.


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Anti-trust officials cautious about iTunes attack (Reuters)
People shop inside an Apple store in central London March 29, 2006. European competition officials are wary about proposals to crack open Apple Computer's iTunes Web store to other music players, despite concerns shown by consumer advocates. (Dylan Martinez/Reuters)Reuters - European competition officials are wary about proposals to crack open Apple Computer's iTunes Web store to other music players, despite concerns shown by consumer advocates.


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iTunes at center of digital rights protest (Reuters)
Reuters - Anti-digital rights management activists dressed in bright yellow toxic waste suits staged what can best be described as sparsely attended protests at seven Apple Computer stores nationwide on June 10.

Review: Sharp Aquos LC-37SH20U 37-Inch HD LCD TV (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Liquid Crystal Display technology these days is so refined that practically any size LCD produces good viewing. But the Sharp Aquos LC-37SH20U 37-inch HD LCD raises the bar.

HTC Delivers New Self-Branded 3G Smartphones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - High Tech Computer (HTC) has taken the wraps off of its first two self-branded smartphones, including a Windows Mobile product that is loaded with Microsoft's Office applications, offers push e-mail capabilities, and operates on the latest 3G wireless networks.

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."

Exploits Circulating for Unpatched Windows PCs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Although Microsoft released a string of patches to fix security flaws in Windows and Microsoft Office earlier this week, security experts are warning of several "in-the-wild" exploits that are targeting unpatched systems.

South Korea game makers eye global expansion (Reuters)
South Korean children play a computer game in Seoul January 11, 2004. South Korea, home to the world's most sophisticated online games, is preparing an assault on North America, Japan and Europe, setting the stage for an international scrum in an industry poised to nearly triple in value in the coming years. (Lee Jae-won/Reuters)Reuters - South Korea, home to the world's most sophisticated online games, is preparing an assault on North America, Japan and Europe, setting the stage for an international scrum in an industry poised to nearly triple in value in the coming years.


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iTunes at center of digital rights protest (Reuters)
Reuters - Anti-digital rights management activists dressed in bright yellow toxic waste suits staged what can best be described as sparsely attended protests at seven Apple Computer stores nationwide on June 10.

Internet powerhouse Yahoo revamps rock star Bono's anti-poverty website (AFP)
Yahoo has joined rock superstar Bono's war on poverty, using its Internet prowess to transform the U2 singer-endorsed One.org website into an online platform for community organizing.(AFP/File/Hector Mata)AFP - Yahoo has joined rock superstar Bono's war on poverty, using its Internet prowess to transform the U2 singer-endorsed One.org website into an online platform for community organizing.


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Ancient City Goes High-Tech With IBM Gear (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Big Blue is creating a fully immersive, interactive, three-dimensional online environment that corresponds to the grounds and cultural artifacts of such places as China's Hall of Supreme Harmony.

EBay Launches Wiki and Blog Sites (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - EBay has rolled out two new auction tools -- a blogging site and a Wiki -- to give its members new ways to help one another use eBay as well as share information about their experiences.

Microsoft developing rival to iPod: sources (Reuters)
A commercial board for the Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod is seen inside a metro station in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Software giant Microsoft Corp. is laying the groundwork to compete against Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod digital entertainment device and iTunes service, sources said on Friday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is developing a music and video device to compete with Apple's iPod and creating its own music service to rival Apple's iTunes, sources familiar with the plans said on Friday.


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Yahoo's Chinese Search Engine Found To Be Biggest Censor (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A press advocacy group says Internet companies can still access the Chinese market without betraying their ethical principles, but it claims Yahoo is a big offender in censorship.

Google Finance Struggles for Users (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google's new financial services portal, called, not surprisingly, Google Finance, is struggling to steal market share from leaders Yahoo Finance and MSN MoneyCentral.

Whose Net Is It? Courts May Have To Decide (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The battle over who gets access to the Internet and how is playing out in Congress. Google, Amazon, eBay, and bloggers on all sides have weighed in. Here's what Lawrence G. Roberts, Craig Newmark and others are saying.

Web news readers spend more money online: study (Reuters)
A group of internet users are seen in Atlanta in a 2004 file photo. Frequent readers of newspaper Web sites are more likely to make online purchases than other Internet users, according to a study released on Friday by the Newspaper Association of America. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Frequent readers of newspaper Web sites are more likely to make online purchases than other Internet users, according to a study released on Friday by the Newspaper Association of America.


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