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Microsoft weighs strong app IDs for Windows future (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has plans to introduce stronger security for third-party applications that run on future versions of Windows, including "Vienna," the planned successor to Windows Vista. 

Gates to step down from Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - With the planning and forethought that seem to accompany most of Microsoft’s big corporate shifts (think “The Trustworthy Computing” memo), Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates’ surprise announcement that he plans to leave his position to focus more on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation came as a major surprise.

Microsoft announces Office Line of Business service (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - “People-Ready” is the latest slo-gan Microsoft is trotting out to describe its business vision. Like its predecessors (remember Win 95’s “Where do you want to go today?”), the catchy phrase, which CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled in March, is supposed to help us conceptualize Microsoft’s vast arsenal of software products and, presumably, make us feel good about using them.

Microsoft looks to future without Bill Gates (AFP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates listens during a news conference at company headquarters in Redmond, Washington, on June 15. Microsoft is mapping plans for a future without visionary Bill Gates as the world's biggest software giant gears for battle with Google and others to be the dominant high-technology company.(AFP/Microsoft/File)AFP - Microsoft is mapping plans for a future without visionary Bill Gates as the world's biggest software giant gears for battle with Google and others to be the dominant high-technology company.


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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. ...

Blimp company produces 'TV in the sky' (AP)
In this photo released by the Lightship Group, a blimp, with a 70-by-30 foot TV screen that can broadcast live images, flies over Hillsboro Air Field in Portland, Ore., on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2005. The company recently received Federal Aviation Administration approval for its new A-170 lightship, an enormous blimp that flashes their newest commercials, NFL football highlights, movie trailers or whatever else a company wants to put on its LED screen. (AP Photo/The Lightship Group)AP - Imagine a drive-in movie screen that floats 1,000 feet in the air — and travels 15 mph. An Orlando-based blimp company called The Lightship Group has effectively made one, and it could be coming to a night sky near you.


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Nokia, Siemens to merge mobile networks (AP)
Nokia Corp. executive Simon Beresford-Wylie speaks during a press conference in Cannes, France, in this Feb. 14, 2005, file photo. Beresford-Wylie will reportedly head a new company formed by the combination of Nokia's and Siemens' telephone equipment units. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)AP - Nokia Corp. and Siemens AG said Monday they will combine their mobile-network operations to create a joint venture with annual revenue of about $20 billion, a move that will help them compete with market leader Ericsson AB.


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Laptop with D.C. workers' data stolen (AP)
AP - A laptop containing the Social Security numbers and other personal data of 13,000 District of Columbia employees and retirees has been stolen, officials said.

Research explores data mining, privacy (AP)
ADVANCE FOR FOR USE SUNDAY, JUNE 18; Graphic illustrates how seemingly anonymous data can be combined to identify individuals. (AP Graphic)AP - As new disclosures mount about government surveillance programs, computer science researchers hope to wade into the fray by enabling data mining that also protects individual privacy.


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Encryption can save data in laptop lapses (AP)
August Woerner, an 80-year-old World War II veteran spend lots of time on the internet, checking his credit report and guarding his personal information, Wednesday, June 14, 2006 in Westerly, R.I.  For people who fear losing their personal information to online snoopers, perhaps their biggest worry is the computer whiz hacker cracking unseen into a database to filch bank accounts, Social Security numbers or health records. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)AP - Reports of data theft often conjure up images of malicious hackers breaking into remote databases to filch Social Security numbers, credit card records and other personal information.


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Dutch site linking to MP3 files loses court case (Reuters)
Reuters - A Dutch music website which links to MP3 files had to stop promoting the infringement of artist rights and copyrights, the Dutch court of appeal said in a ruling that overturned an earlier one in favor of the site.

Yahoo worm demonstrates AJAX threat (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - There are few of us in life who really want to dig into the nitty gritty details of how things work -- to visit the proverbial “sausage factory” that makes our favorite food, assembles our cars, or puts cheap gadgets on the shelves at Best Buy and Target.

Review of Qualcomm-favored technology on hold: report (Reuters)
Reuters - A standard-setting organization has put on hold its review of an advanced wireless technology favored by Qualcomm Inc. due to a squabble involving Intel Corp., The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

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."

Gates to step down from Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - With the planning and forethought that seem to accompany most of Microsoft’s big corporate shifts (think “The Trustworthy Computing” memo), Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates’ surprise announcement that he plans to leave his position to focus more on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation came as a major surprise.

Dutch site linking to MP3 files loses court case (Reuters)
Reuters - A Dutch music website which links to MP3 files had to stop promoting the infringement of artist rights and copyrights, the Dutch court of appeal said in a ruling that overturned an earlier one in favor of the site.

Eyespot in the mix with legal video mash-ups (Reuters)
The Eyespot editing interface. Consumers are remixing videos by several emerging bands, then posting the mash-ups online at Eyespot to share with the world. What makes this site different from others is that here the art form is legal. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Consumers are remixing videos by several emerging bands, then posting the mash-ups online at Eyespot to share with the world. What makes this site different from others is that here the art form is legal.


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Sen. Stevens offers deal on Net neutrality (Reuters)
Sen. Ted Stevens is shown speaking at a hearing in Washington, DC in this September 3, 2003 file phot. Stevens has offered a compromise in the fierce fight over legislation on Internet network neutrality, but stopped short of demands sought by content companies like Google Inc. (Stefan Zaklin REUTERS/Reuters)Reuters - Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens has offered a compromise in the fierce fight over legislation on Internet network neutrality, but stopped short of demands sought by content companies like Google Inc.


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Internet powerhouse Yahoo revamps rock star Bono's anti-poverty website (AFP)
Bono of the Irish band U2 performs at Morumbi stadium, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, February 2006.  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/Mauricio Lima)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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Web auctions, the new jackpot for middle Americans (Reuters)
Conventioneers walk into eBay Live in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 14, 2006. The  convention draws eBay buyers and sellers from around the world. (AP Photo/R. Marsh Starks)Reuters - Al Losey, a corporate trainer at a Detroit auto parts maker, lost his job six weeks ago in what could be another down-and-out story from a hard luck corner of the American economy.


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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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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.

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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