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In Brief (PC World)
PC World - Sony's Alpha A100 is the company's first single-lens reflex digital camera; Bill Gates plans to vacate his architect role at Microsoft.

Top Microsoft Exec Exits, Spawning Speculation (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Martin Taylor, a top Microsoft executive, has abruptly departed the company, less than a week after Bill Gates declared that he would be backing off from his day-to-day role as chief software architect. Taylor, who was appointed in March to the position of corporate vice president of Windows Live and MSN marketing, was considered to be the right-hand man of CEO Steve Ballmer.

Entry By Microsoft Called Endorsement For Robotics Field (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft marked its entry into the robotics business late Tuesday, unveiling software that can be used to create robotic applications for a variety of computing platforms.

Third Microsoft Excel Attack Posted (PC World)
PC World - One week, three flaws in Microsoft's spreadsheet software.

Microsoft touts Entities to link business, data (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is working on a data mapping substrate for its Visual Studio developer tool platform called ADO.Net Entities, which will provide a data model focused on business terminology, a Microsoft executive said in his blog.

Microsoft Plans Link Between Directory, Live Services (PC World)
PC World - Users would get a single sign-on for both the company's Active Directory and its Windows Live Web-based services.

Microsoft Adds Licensing Tool To Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft add-in for Office hooks people up with Creative Commons.

Yahoo Messenger Gets an Overhaul (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In the same week that Microsoft formally launched a complete overhaul to MSN Messenger, called Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo rolled out a beta version of its own next-generation instant-messaging application.

Rival Calls Microsoft's Security Pricing 'Predatory,' 'Ruthless' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's low security software prices are putting the entire security software ecosystem at risk, the chief executive of a Florida company said Wednesday.

Gates allowed to skip NJ casino probe (AP)
AP - New Jersey casino regulators exempted Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates and Chief Executive Steve Ballmer from filing disclosure forms because they already have top-secret clearance from the U.S. Defense Department.

Toshiba says to launch HD DVD recorder in July (Reuters)
Toshiba unveils the world's first HD DVD recorder 'RD-A1' in Tokyo, June 22, 2006. REUTERS/Yuriko NakaoReuters - Japanese electronics maker Toshiba Corp. said on Thursday it would launch the next-generation, high-definition optical disk recorder based on the HD DVD format on July 14 in Japan.


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AT&T revises privacy policy (Reuters)
The AT&T headquarters in San Antonio. The No. 1 U.S. telephone company which is expanding into video, is willing to carry extra channels television broadcasters plan to offer and is in talks to do so, a senior company executive told Reuters on Tuesday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - AT&T Inc. said on Wednesday it was revising its privacy policy, explaining to customers that it owns their phone records and can hand them over to law enforcers if necessary.


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Motorola leads Bluetooth headset market: survey (Reuters)
A Motorola Bluetooth device is seen in Barcelona, February 14, 2006. Global sales of wireless Bluetooth headsets for mobile phones rose 153 percent to 33 million units in 2005, representing a wholesale value of $1 billion, and are expected to grow 70 percent in 2006, according to a survey released on Thursday. (Albert Gea/Reuters)Reuters - Global sales of wireless Bluetooth headsets for mobile phones rose 153 percent to 33 million units in 2005, representing a wholesale value of $1 billion, and are expected to grow 70 percent in 2006, according to a survey released on Thursday.


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Adobe to be Google's latest Web search distributor (Reuters)
A screenshot of Adobe.com is seen in an Internet Explorer window featuring the Google Toolbar. Adobe Systems Inc. said on Wednesday Google Inc. had agreed to pay the multimedia software maker a 'significant' amount to distribute Google's Web search software over several years. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Adobe Systems Inc. said on Wednesday Google Inc. had agreed to pay the multimedia software maker a "significant" amount to distribute the Web search leader's software.


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Symantec tests new Web-security service (Reuters)
Symantec's Security Operations Center is seen in an undated publicity photo. Symantec Corp. said on Wednesday the release of its new Web-based security service would depend on response to user trials and would be held back if required tweaks meant it would miss the key holiday period in the United States. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Symantec Corp. said on Wednesday the release of its new Web-based security service would depend on response to user trials and would be held back if required tweaks meant it would miss the key holiday period in the United States.


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Web Phone Woes (PC World)
PC World - Lured by the prospect of saving money, callers are signing up for Internet phones in droves. But watch out for snags that are unheard of with landlines.

Digital Gear: New Versions of Old Favorites (PC World)
PC World - TiVo, Shure deliver new, improved products. Also: a look at O ROKR glasses with digital audio player, and a digital video camera for the rest of us.

Nokia ends Sanyo venture plan, to ramp down CDMA (Reuters)
A visitor at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, February 15, 2006. Nokia, the No. 2 U.S. mobile phone maker, said on Monday that it plans to open its first U.S. retail store in Chicago on Saturday in a bid to improve brand awareness among consumers here. REUTERS/Albert GeaReuters - Nokia (NOK1V.HE), the world's largest mobile phone maker, said on Thursday it had ended talks to form a joint venture with Japan's Sanyo Electric Co. (6764.T) to produce phones using the CDMA standard.


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New Xandros Linux Desktop Arrives (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Xandros 4.0, the first new version of Xandros' desktop Linux distribution in a year and a half, has arrived. It includes the newest editions of the KDE application family, Firefox, Thunderbird, and the OpenOffice.org 2.0 office suite.

Top Microsoft Exec Exits, Spawning Speculation (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Martin Taylor, a top Microsoft executive, has abruptly departed the company, less than a week after Bill Gates declared that he would be backing off from his day-to-day role as chief software architect. Taylor, who was appointed in March to the position of corporate vice president of Windows Live and MSN marketing, was considered to be the right-hand man of CEO Steve Ballmer.

Web Phone Woes (PC World)
PC World - Lured by the prospect of saving money, callers are signing up for Internet phones in droves. But watch out for snags that are unheard of with landlines.

Adobe to be Google's latest Web search distributor (Reuters)
A screenshot of Adobe.com is seen in an Internet Explorer window featuring the Google Toolbar. Adobe Systems Inc. said on Wednesday Google Inc. had agreed to pay the multimedia software maker a 'significant' amount to distribute Google's Web search software over several years. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Adobe Systems Inc. said on Wednesday Google Inc. had agreed to pay the multimedia software maker a "significant" amount to distribute the Web search leader's software.


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Jump the Shark swallowed whole by Gemstar-TV Guide (Reuters)
Reuters - Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc. said on Wednesday it has bought Jumptheshark.com, a Web site where television fans debate whether popular programs have passed their prime.

Internet phones must pay into subsidy fund (Reuters)
A man uses a Skype internet phone next to a laptop in Taipei, Taiwan November 11, 2005. Consumers who use wireless or Internet-based telephones could see their bills rise, as the U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved on Wednesday a new plan for funding phone service subsidies. (Richard Chung/Reuters)Reuters - Consumers who use wireless or Internet-based telephones could see their bills rise, as the U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved on Wednesday an interim new plan for funding phone service subsidies.


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Vietnam cracks down on Internet gaming craze (AFP)
Vendors sit selling flowers in front of a Cyber Cafe in Hanoi. Worried about the Internet gaming craze that has swept Asia since the 1990s and hit Vietnam about a year ago, Hanoi has unveiled an ordinance to restrict the hours per day fans can spend in make-believe worlds(AFP/File/Hoang Dinh Nam)AFP - Communist Vietnam is cracking down on a new social evil, medieval swordsmen with supernatural powers who have cast a spell over the nation's youth.


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Safety experts: MySpace changes not enough (AP)
In this July 28, 2005, file photo, MySpace.com co-founders Tom Anderson, left, and Chris Dewolfe pose for a photo at their offices in Santa Monica, Calif. MySpace 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. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, file))AP - New security measures for young users of MySpace.com won't be enough to stop online child predators, safety experts warned Wednesday.


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Ancestry.com boosts database with census (AP)
AP - An Internet company is adding U.S. Census records to boost its archive of searchable names to 5 billion, which it says is the most comprehensive genealogical database ever compiled.

Adobe-Google sign distribution deal (AP)
AP - Adobe Systems Inc. said late Wednesday it has signed an agreement with Google Inc. to distribute the Google Toolbar with various Adobe products.

Microsoft touts Entities to link business, data (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is working on a data mapping substrate for its Visual Studio developer tool platform called ADO.Net Entities, which will provide a data model focused on business terminology, a Microsoft executive said in his blog.

Review: FeedRinse filters RSS feeds (AP)
In this handout image released by Feed Rinse, a screen shot is shown of the Feed Rinse website. (AP Photo/Feed Rinse)AP - One of the best weapons against Internet information overload has been Really Simple Syndication. It's a technology that feeds you updates from blogs or news sites as they're available, keeping you from having to troll Web sites to find what you're interested in.


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