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Microsoft pushes back Office 2007 release (Reuters)
A Microsoft Office 2003 box is seen in an undated publicity photo. Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker.


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Microsoft to delay new version of Office suite (AFP)
Microsoft co-founder shadow falls on the company logo during a press conference.  Microsoft said it was delaying the launch of an updated version of its Office software to the end of this year as it works to improve the package of business applications.(AFP/File/Arko Datta)AFP - Microsoft said it was delaying the launch of an updated version of its Office software to the end of this year as it works to improve the package of business applications.


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Microsoft delays Office business software (AP)
A Microsoft Office 2003 box is seen in an undated publicity photo. Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Citing "product performance" issues, Microsoft Corp. on Thursday postponed the release of the next version of its Office business software suite.


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Microsoft to cut 148 sales jobs in U.S. (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is cutting 148 total U.S. sales jobs, as part of efforts to be more efficient, the company said Thursday.

Microsoft's Wide-Open Spaces (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Given its wild popularity with young Web surfers, News Corp.'s (NYSE: NWS - News) MySpace has understandably become a threat in the eyes of its Internet rivals. Perhaps in response to the hip social-networking site, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) is set to launch a new version of its Spaces service, newly linked to its Windows Live service, that contains more social elements than before.

Microsoft Office 2007 Falls Behind Schedule (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - In March, Microsoft officials said to expect Office 2007 to be available to volume licensees in October 2006. Now the company is hedging with a before year-end delivery target. Is Vista likely to slip, too? Microsoft says no – so far.

Microsoft Lays Off 214 in U.S. Sales (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The rumors are true: Microsoft is laying off some employees. But it's not the huge company-wide reduction in force that some were predicting.

Microsoft Delivers Beta 3 of Standalone Internet Explorer Browser (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Less than a week after updating the Internet Explorer code that is integrated into Windows Vista, Microsoft is making Beta 3 of IE 7.0 for XP available for download.

Lawsuit Labels Windows Genuine Advantage as Spyware (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Even as Microsoft has agreed to remove one of the more controversial aspects of its Windows anti-piracy feature, one end user has filed a class action lawsuit in Seattle claiming that the firm unfairly misled consumers over WGA's implications.

Microsoft Offers Web-Based Look At New Office Suite (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft has made its latest beta version of Office available as a browser-based preview available on the Web.

Microsoft pushes back Office 2007 release (Reuters)
A Microsoft Office 2003 box is seen in an undated publicity photo. Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker.


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MTV says it will sell videos on iTunes (Reuters)
Viacom Inc. Chairman Sumner Redstone addresses guests at the MTV studios in Istanbul May 16, 2006. Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks on Thursday said it has begun selling more of its shows at Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes digital media store. (Fatih Saribas/Reuters)Reuters - Viacom Inc.'s (VIAb.N) MTV Networks on Thursday said it has begun selling more of its shows at Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes digital media store.


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Stolen laptop with veterans' data recovered (Reuters)
A Vietnam war Navy veteran distributes U.S. flags to visitors before a Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony at the Arlington National Cemetery near Washington May 29, 2006. A stolen laptop computer containing sensitive information on more than 26 million U.S. military veterans has been recovered and a preliminary review indicated no data was taken, the FBI and Veterans Affairs Department said on Thursday. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - A stolen laptop computer containing sensitive information on more than 26 million U.S. military veterans and service members has been recovered and a preliminary review indicated no data was taken, the FBI and Veterans Affairs Department said on Thursday.


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Cellphone talkers as bad as drunk drivers: study (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** An unidentifed man talks on his cell phone as he drives along Route 1 in Lawrenceville, N.J., June 24, 2004. (AP Photo/Daniel Hulshizer, File)Reuters - People who talk on cellphones while driving, even using "hands-free" devices, are as impaired as drunk drivers, researchers said on Thursday.


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Analyst sees iPod delay (Reuters)
People shop inside an Apple store in central London in this March 29, 2006 file photo. Shares of Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday fell to an eight-month low after a Wall Street analyst said updated versions of the popular iPod digital music player may be delayed. (Dylan Martinez/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Shares of Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday fell to an eight-month low after a Wall Street analyst said updated versions of the popular iPod digital music player may be delayed.


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China cracks down on blogs, search engines (AP)
People go online to surf the Internet at a gaming expo in Beijing in October 2005. China's Internet minders have vowed to step up controls of Internet content, especially in the most active areas of blogs, bulletin boards and search engines, state media have said.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AP - China's Internet regulators are stepping up controls on blogs and search engines to block material it considers unlawful or immoral, the government said Friday.


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Making Movies: Your Home Movie Questions Answered (PC World)
PC World - You asked, and we answered: Here's what you wanted to know about transferring your home movies to DVD.

Court refuses to delay August wireless auction (Reuters)
Reuters - A U.S. appeals court refused on Thursday to delay the August sale of valuable wireless airwaves despite concerns raised by some smaller carriers.

Interview: Black Duck swims in IP waters (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Intellectual property issues have become a paramount concern in software development projects lately, with a great deal of the angst arising from the use of open source software.

EMC to buy RSA for nearly $2.1 billion (AP)
AP - Data storage provider EMC Corp. said Thursday it will buy RSA Security Inc. for nearly $2.1 billion, paying a hefty premium to overcome rivals who also were eager to snap up RSA's encryption software and computer authentication products.

China cracks down on blogs, search engines (AP)
People go online to surf the Internet at a gaming expo in Beijing in October 2005. China's Internet minders have vowed to step up controls of Internet content, especially in the most active areas of blogs, bulletin boards and search engines, state media have said.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AP - China's Internet regulators are stepping up controls on blogs and search engines to block material it considers unlawful or immoral, the government said Friday.


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Alaska district tries selling school on eBay (Reuters)
Entrance of eBay headquarters in San Jose, 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. Other members of the forum include Eastman Kodak, eBay, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Symantec, Proctor and Gamble, Eli Lilly and Company, and Hewitt and Associates.(AFP/File/Hector Mata)Reuters - Local officials in the rural Alaskan town of King Cove have put an old school up for sale on eBay, saying they hope to raise $1.8 million.


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Co-founder of ID theft Web site sentenced (AP)
AP - The co-founder of a Web site that investigators claimed was one of the largest online centers for trafficking in stolen identity information and credit cards was sentenced Thursday to two years and eight months in prison.

Google Opens the Checkout Lines (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With the launch of Checkout, formerly called GBuy, search specialist Google wants to give you a helping hand with all your online purchases. The new service at checkout.google.com can store all of the pertinent information needed to quickly complete a transaction with any participating merchant.

AOL, DirecTV to resell EarthLink service (AP)
In this photo provided by Earthlink, a Tropos Mesh Router sits on display on a light pole as the City of Anaheim (Calif.) together with Earthlink and Tropos Networks celebrate the official 'unwiring' of the city as Earthlink officially launches its first municipal Wi-Fi broadband network, in Anaheim, Thursday, June 29, 2006.  Tropos Mesh routers, that are smaller than a bread box, wirelessly transmit data from users' devices to the Internet, according to Earthlink.  (AP Photo/Earthlink, Ann Johansson)AP - EarthLink Inc. said Thursday it signed up Time Warner Inc. Internet unit AOL and DirecTV Group Inc. as buyers of Internet service on the municipal Wi-Fi networks EarthLink is building in several cities.


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Vonage Introduces Portable VoIP Device (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Internet phone provider Vonage aims to put VoIP in the palm of your hand with a new device that lets you use any PC with a USB port to make calls to other computers or to traditional landlines.

Child Porn Initiative Under the Microscope (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - EarthLink, Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL, and United Online face a daunting challenge: Waging a battle to combat online child porn.

France to vote watered down iTunes law (AFP)
Apple's iTunes website is reflected in an iPod. France's parliament is to vote Friday on a draft law which, if passed, could force Apple to make songs on its hugely popular iTunes Music Store compatible with players other than iPods.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AFP - France's parliament is to vote Friday on a draft law which, if passed, could force Apple to make songs on its hugely popular iTunes Music Store compatible with players other than iPods.


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Hackers hit Israel Internet sites to protest Gaza operation (AFP)
An Israeli soldier is seen atop of a Merkava tank as it maneuvers at a staging area just outside the Gaza Strip near the Israeli Kibbutz of Mefalsim. Hackers have attacked 750 Israeli Internet sites, among them that of the country's largest bank, to protest Israel's military operations in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli media reported.(AFP/Gali Tibbon)AFP - Hackers have attacked 750 Israeli Internet sites, among them that of the country's largest bank, to protest Israel's military operations in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli media reported.


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Internet giants suffer defeat in US Congress (AFP)
The American flag flys next to the US  Capitol dome in Washington, DC. US Internet giants have suffered a defeat in the US Congress where an amendment on "Internet neutrality" was rejected by a Senate committee studying telecommunications reform.(AFP/File/Karen Bleier)AFP - US Internet giants have suffered a defeat in the US Congress where an amendment on "Internet neutrality" was rejected by a Senate committee studying telecommunications reform.


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