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Microsoft to showcase business technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s best-known business software is for creating spreadsheets, documents and presentations, but the company is hoping to convince corporations that it also can be the one-stop shop for sophisticated communications technology.

Buffett gives $37 billion to Gates and other foundations (Reuters)
Berkshire Hathaway Chief Executive Warren Buffett (L) gestures while speaking next to Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates during a news conference at the Seventh Annual Microsoft CEO Summit in Redmond, Washington in this May 21, 2003 file photo. Buffett is donating a total of $37 billion -- most of his personal fortune -- to a foundation started by Gates and to several family foundations, making it the largest-ever individual charitable gift in the United States. (Anthony P. Bolante/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is donating a total of $37 billion -- most of his personal fortune -- to a foundation started by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and to several family foundations, making it the largest-ever individual charitable gift in the United States.


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Utility Stamps Out Microsoft's "Phone Home" Anti-Piracy App (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A French firewall testing site has posted a utility that disables the controversial Microsoft anti-piracy application that's been criticized for "phoning" home daily.

Positives seen in big Microsoft buy: Merrill (Reuters)
Yahoo's headquarters are seen in Sunnyvale, California in an undated publicity photo. With Google Inc. taking a dominant lead in the Internet search market, it looks increasingly likely that Microsoft Corp. could make a large acquisition, such as of Yahoo Inc., Merrill Lynch said on Friday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - With Google Inc. taking a dominant lead in the Internet search market, it looks increasingly likely that Microsoft Corp. could make a large acquisition, such as of Yahoo Inc. , Merrill Lynch said on Friday.


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Microsoft Offers Free Copyright Add-In for Office (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and Creative Commons, a nonprofit organization that provides flexible copyright licenses, have hooked up to create an add-in for Microsoft Office applications that will enable people, particularly writers and other creators, to protect their creative works automatically.

Critical Security Flaw Found in Microsoft Excel (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is investigating reports of a serious security vulnerability in Excel that not only could cause the program to crash, if attacked remotely, but also could provide a way for hackers to take control of a system.

EU: No Adobe complaint about Microsoft (AP)
AP - The European Commission said Thursday that software company Adobe Systems Inc. has not made any complaints so far about Microsoft Corp.'s plans to ship its new Office software without Adobe's PDF file reader.

XP Promotions May Give Clues To Vista 'Make Goods' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Look back to how Microsoft handled promotions for XP in 2001 for clues about how the developer and computer makers might offer free or discounted versions of Windows XP to PC buyers this fall and winter.

EU Talks With Microsoft About PDF And Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EU Competition Committee officials apparently have been in contact with the Microsoft and Adobe to discuss concerns about how Vista will treat PDF-type documents.

Microsoft Exec: Linux No Threat To Windows On Desktop (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Linux isn't a threat to Windows on the desktop and is losing steam on the server as customers separate the operating system from the development model, according to Bill Hilf, Microsoft's chief platform strategist.

Microsoft to showcase business technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s best-known business software is for creating spreadsheets, documents and presentations, but the company is hoping to convince corporations that it also can be the one-stop shop for sophisticated communications technology.

VA barred from publicizing offer to vets (AP)
Robert Seliger chief executive officer and co-founder, Sentillion, Inc., left; accompanied by Veterans Affairs Chief Health Informatics Officer Robert Kolodner; center, and Veterans Affairs Deputy Under Secretary for Health, retired Army Brig. Gen. Michael J. Kussman; testifies on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, June 21, 2006 before the House Committee on Veterens' Affairs subcommittee hearing on the oversight  on safeguarding veterans medical information within the Veterans Health Administration.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)AP - A federal judge temporarily has barred the government from publicizing its free credit monitoring offer to veterans whose personal data was stolen and wants to see if they might get a better federal offer.


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Web generation preserves memories online (AP)
David Cook, 17, left, and Catherine Cook, 16, shown with their personal computers at their family home Wednesday, June 21, 2006 in Skillman, N.J.. The brother and sister team have built MyYearbook.com, a website that allows students to save photos, videos, and notes from their schoolmates, to a following of about 800,000 members in less than a year. David Cook will be 18 on Thursday, June 22. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)AP - John Shin refuses to buy a copy of his high school yearbook. Instead, he's turning to the Internet to preserve and share memories of his sophomore year.


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Sailors' personal data posted on the Web (AP)
Sailors man the rails as the amphibious transport dock USS Nashville (LPD 13), an element of the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG), departs Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Virginia, June 6, 2006. Personal data on 28,000 U.S. sailors and their families appeared on a public Web site this week, the Navy said on Friday, marking the latest in a string of data breaches involving American military personnel. (Matthew Bookwalter/U.S. Navy/Handout/Reuters)AP - The Navy has begun a criminal investigation after Social Security numbers and other personal data for 28,000 sailors and family members were found on a civilian Web site.


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Audit: Ohio U. cyber security low priority (AP)
Aurora Grossman, a speech and language sciences major at Ohio University, works on her online research Monday, June 12, 2006, in Athens, Ohio. Grossman, a 21-year-old senior, said she had a scare earlier this year when a Florida man tried to take out several credit cards in her name. Since April 21, the university has discovered that computers at the university health center, the alumni office, the university's business Innovation Center and two computers with records of subcontractors had been illegally accessed. (AP Photo/Joe Maiorana)AP - Ohio University's Computer Services department was running seven-figure surpluses and spending on generous benefits for employees while it was failing to make adequate investments in firewalls and other computer security measures, according to an outside consultant's report.


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Old at 10, Slate.com sparks media soul-searching (Reuters)
Reuters - Not much has survived 10 years on the Internet, so Slate magazine's celebration of that milestone this month sparked self-congratulation, criticism and much soul-searching about the future of old and new media.

Sites tap into social networks for music discovery (Reuters)
Reuters - Several new online services have emerged with their own takes on digital music discovery.

Cell phone signals excite brain, study finds (Reuters)
Reuters - Cell phone emissions excite the part of the brain cortex nearest to the phone, but it is not clear if these effects are harmful, Italian researchers reported on Monday.

New Novell Chief Hovsepian Gears Up To Drive Linux (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Ronald Hovsepian, named Novell's CEO in a management shakeup, said he aims to accelerate the software maker's channel charge to Linux with simplified pricing models and rebates.

New York City Taps Mapping Software To Fight Domestic Violence (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The city combines health care and law enforcement data with city maps to determine where the city's resources should be allocated.

Old at 10, Slate.com sparks media soul-searching (Reuters)
Reuters - Not much has survived 10 years on the Internet, so Slate magazine's celebration of that milestone this month sparked self-congratulation, criticism and much soul-searching about the future of old and new media.

Backstreet Boys say goodbye to Richardson (AP)
Kevin Richardson poses in New York's Theater District in this Jan. 10, 2003 file photo. The Backstreet Boys are saying goodbye to the oldest member of their band, according to a statement posted on the group's Web site Saturday.  Richardson, 33, said he was leaving to purse other interests.  'It was a very tough decision for me but one that was necessary in order to move on with the next chapter of my life,' Richardson said in the statement.   (AP Photo/Gino Domenico, FILE)AP - The Backstreet Boys are saying goodbye to the oldest member of their band, according to a statement posted on the group's Web site Saturday.


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Web generation preserves memories online (AP)
David Cook, 17, left, and Catherine Cook, 16, shown with their personal computers at their family home Wednesday, June 21, 2006 in Skillman, N.J.. The brother and sister team have built MyYearbook.com, a website that allows students to save photos, videos, and notes from their schoolmates, to a following of about 800,000 members in less than a year. David Cook will be 18 on Thursday, June 22. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)AP - John Shin refuses to buy a copy of his high school yearbook. Instead, he's turning to the Internet to preserve and share memories of his sophomore year.


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Sites tap into social networks for music discovery (Reuters)
Reuters - Several new online services have emerged with their own takes on digital music discovery.

Millions knock on door to France's new 'Geoportal' (AFP)
Nearly five million Internet users have clicked on to "Geoportail," the French answer to Google Earth offering high-resolution aerial imagery of France, in the first day of the site's operation, the portal's developers said.(Geoportail)AFP - Nearly five million Internet users have clicked on to "Geoportail," the French answer to Google Earth offering high-resolution aerial imagery of France, in the first day of the site's operation, the portal's developers said.


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Sailors' personal data posted on the Web (AP)
Sailors man the rails as the amphibious transport dock USS Nashville (LPD 13), an element of the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG), departs Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Virginia, June 6, 2006. Personal data on 28,000 U.S. sailors and their families appeared on a public Web site this week, the Navy said on Friday, marking the latest in a string of data breaches involving American military personnel. (Matthew Bookwalter/U.S. Navy/Handout/Reuters)AP - The Navy has begun a criminal investigation after Social Security numbers and other personal data for 28,000 sailors and family members were found on a civilian Web site.


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BloggerCon IV Attracts Buzzing Group of Online Scribes (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Reporter's Notebook: A group of bloggers meet to discuss citizen journalism, the need for better blogging tools and more.

Do TV Spots Have Blog Appeal? JWT Thinks So (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Despite frequent reports of its demise, TV advertising is far from dead. JWT, in fact, is looking to prove that the best of it can thrive in the era of consumer control by dipping its toes into online social media. The agency has sewn up all the front page ads on the news blog site HuffingtonPost.com this week, inviting users to view, comment on and share some of the agency's best TV ads.

Digg.com Expands to Current Events (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Online news outlet Digg.com is giving more power to the people with a major upgrade to the site that will include new content beyond its traditional focus on tech.

Music search sites that learn your taste (Reuters)
A screenshot of Pandora.com, taken on June 23, 2006. The boom in digital music has left a lot of iPods to fill and made millions of songs available online. But how to choose which ones? Music recommendation services are using tech wizardry to solve the problem. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The boom in digital music has left a lot of iPods to fill and made millions of songs available online. But how to choose which ones? Music recommendation services are using tech wizardry to solve the problem.


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