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Microsoft shows off software kit for robot builders (AFP)
A two-legged robot called Jaldee takes a penalty during a football game 14 June in Bremen, northern Germany during the robot World Cup "Robocop". Microsoft showed off a software kit for robot builders that it said will free inventors to make creations limited only by their imaginations(AFP/File/Alexander Joe)AFP - Microsoft showed off a software kit for robot builders that it said will free inventors to make creations limited only by their imaginations.


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Microsoft shows off robot builders software kit (AFP)
A two-legged robot called Jaldee takes a penalty during a football game 14 June in Bremen, northern Germany during the robot World Cup "Robocop". Microsoft showed off a software kit for robot builders that it said will free inventors to make creations limited only by their imaginations(AFP/File/Alexander Joe)AFP - Microsoft showed off a robot-building software kit that it said will free inventors to make creations limited only by their imaginations.


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Key Microsoft executive leaves company (Reuters)
Former Microsoft corporate vice president of Windows Live and MSN marketing Martin Taylor is seen in an undated file photo. Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday Taylor, the executive leading the software maker's marketing strategy to challenge rival Google Inc., has left the company. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday the executive leading the software maker's marketing strategy to challenge rival Google Inc. has left the company.


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Microsoft sees future in robots (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates points towards future products during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. Microsoft on Tuesday previewed a set of new software tools that aims to give developers a simpler way to design robots and to create and test programs that operate a wide range of machines -- from toys to floor sweepers to those used in factory production lines. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Software giant Microsoft Corp. sees the future and it is robots.


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Yahoo introduces enhanced online instant messaging (AFP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo fired back at rival Microsoft by unveiling a test version of an enhanced, customizable online instant messaging (IM) service.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - Yahoo fired back at rival Microsoft by unveiling a test version of an enhanced, customizable online instant messaging (IM) service.


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Microsoft Takes Closer Look at Robotics (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's ongoing effort to expand the Windows world is taking off in a new direction with the introduction of a software platform for creating smarter robots that can perform chores ranging from household tasks to military operations.

Windows Vista Gets ActiveX Installer Service (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft plans to add a brand-new feature to Windows Vista to allow businesses to load ActiveX controls on systems running without admin privileges.

Microsoft Offers Help With Excel Bug (PC World)
PC World - Software giant is working on a patch, but won't say when it will be released.

Microsoft Sets Its Sights on Artificial Intelligence (PC World)
PC World - Company releases a software development kit for the robotics market.

Microsoft Planning To Add Physics Support To DirectX (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft appears to be working to add physics support inside of its DirectX application interface, according to a job posting by the software giant.

Microsoft sees future in robots (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates points towards future products during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. Microsoft on Tuesday previewed a set of new software tools that aims to give developers a simpler way to design robots and to create and test programs that operate a wide range of machines -- from toys to floor sweepers to those used in factory production lines. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Software giant Microsoft Corp. sees the future and it is robots.


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MySpace bolsters defenses, faces sex predator suit (Reuters)
A screenshot of MySpace.com, taken on June 20, 2006. MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices.


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Cablevision pursuing wireless service plan (Reuters)
Reuters - Cable operator Cablevision Systems Corp. said on Tuesday it plans to make its digital home phone network compatible with any U.S. wireless network, allowing subscribers to transfer calls between the two.

IBM develops speedier transistor (Reuters)
A view of the IBM offices in Paris. IBM has built a transistor that runs about 100 times faster than current chips, a development that could pave the way for ultra-fast computers and wireless networks, the computing giant said on Monday. (Philippe Wojazer/Reuters)Reuters - IBM has built a transistor that runs about 100 times faster than current chips, a development that could pave the way for ultra-fast computers and wireless networks, the computing giant said on Monday.


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Netflix mulling options for downloading (Reuters)
Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings holds several DVDs as he poses at the Netflix offices in Beverly Hills, December 8, 2005. Online DVD rental company Netflix Inc on Tuesday said it is considering a broad range of options as part of its strategy to allow subscribers to download movies from the Internet. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Online DVD rental company Netflix Inc on Tuesday said it is considering a broad range of options as part of its strategy to allow subscribers to download movies from the Internet.


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MySpace plans new restrictions for youths (AP)
A screenshot of MySpace.com, taken on June 20, 2006. MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices. (Handout/Reuters)AP - MySpace.com is planning new restrictions on how adults may contact its younger users in response to growing concerns about the safety of teenagers who frequent the popular online social networking site.


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Americans prefer video to national parks: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Americans are less interested in spending time in natural surroundings like national parks because they are spending more time watching television, playing video games and surfing the Internet, according to a study released on Tuesday.

Media spending seen reaching $1.8 trillion in 2010 (Reuters)
Visitors play the Xbox 360 game 'Lost Planet Extreme Conditions' at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, May 11, 2006. Global entertainment spending will reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Global entertainment spending is expected to reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers projected in a report issued on Tuesday.


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Eclipse to deliver on Callisto project (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The Eclipse Foundation on June 30 plans to roll out multiple Eclipse technologies under the banner of the open source software group's Callisto release.

Microsoft shows off software kit for robot builders (AFP)
A two-legged robot called Jaldee takes a penalty during a football game 14 June in Bremen, northern Germany during the robot World Cup "Robocop". Microsoft showed off a software kit for robot builders that it said will free inventors to make creations limited only by their imaginations(AFP/File/Alexander Joe)AFP - Microsoft showed off a software kit for robot builders that it said will free inventors to make creations limited only by their imaginations.


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MySpace plans new restrictions for youths (AP)
A screenshot of MySpace.com, taken on June 20, 2006. MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices. (Handout/Reuters)AP - MySpace.com is planning new restrictions on how adults may contact its younger users in response to growing concerns about the safety of teenagers who frequent the popular online social networking site.


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Yahoo introduces enhanced online instant messaging (AFP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo fired back at rival Microsoft by unveiling a test version of an enhanced, customizable online instant messaging (IM) service.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - Yahoo fired back at rival Microsoft by unveiling a test version of an enhanced, customizable online instant messaging (IM) service.


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Americans prefer video to national parks: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Americans are less interested in spending time in natural surroundings like national parks because they are spending more time watching television, playing video games and surfing the Internet, according to a study released on Tuesday.

Media spending seen reaching $1.8 trillion in 2010 (Reuters)
Visitors play the Xbox 360 game 'Lost Planet Extreme Conditions' at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, May 11, 2006. Global entertainment spending will reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Global entertainment spending is expected to reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers projected in a report issued on Tuesday.


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Web merchants drop dogfighting DVD (AP)
AP - A DVD featuring violent pit bull fights has unleashed protests against the distributor as well as several online merchants that had been peddling the video, which may break federal laws against animal cruelty.

Netflix says mulling options for downloading (Reuters)
Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings holds several DVDs as he poses at the Netflix offices in Beverly Hills, December 8, 2005. Online DVD rental company Netflix Inc on Tuesday said it is considering a broad range of options as part of its strategy to allow subscribers to download movies from the Internet. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Online DVD rental company Netflix Inc on Tuesday said it is considering a broad range of options as part of its strategy to allow subscribers to download movies from the Internet.


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MySpace bolsters defenses, faces sex predator suit (Reuters)
A screenshot of MySpace.com, taken on June 20, 2006. MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices.


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Media spending to reach $1.8 trillion in 2010: report (Reuters)
Visitors play the Xbox 360 game 'Lost Planet Extreme Conditions' at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, May 11, 2006. Global entertainment spending will reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Global entertainment spending will reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released on Tuesday.


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Google, other tech giants call for law to protect consumers (AFP)
Headquarters of the internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. Fresh from a fight with US officials over the sanctity of online search information, Google joined an alliance of technology firms calling for federal legislation protecting consumer privacy.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Fresh from a fight with US officials over the sanctity of online search information, Google joined an alliance of technology firms calling for federal legislation protecting consumer privacy.


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All online traffic may not be equal (AP)
AP - Market forces aren't enough to preserve the Internet's historical principle of treating all traffic equally, regardless of the content provider's wealth or clout, a high-tech advocacy group said Tuesday in announcing its support for legislation.

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