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Microsoft mum on reports it is aiming at Apple's iPod (AFP)
File picture showing a miniaturized iPod called the "nano" capable of holding 1,000 songs, seen here in September 2005 in Paris. Software colossus Microsoft remained tight-lipped regarding media reports that it intended to unleash its own version of Apple Computer's popular iPod MP3 player.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - Software colossus Microsoft remained tight-lipped regarding media reports that it intended to unleash its own version of Apple Computer's popular iPod MP3 player.


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Microsoft Plans Patches for Windows, Office (PC World)
PC World - Seven software patches expected next week from Microsoft.

Details Emerge on Microsoft's iPod Killer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - According to published reports, Microsoft has grown weary of waiting for its hardware partners to develop a portable-music player that can challenge Apple's iPod, and has decided to forge ahead and build its own.

Microsoft said devises music player launch (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is seen in this May 22, 2006 file photo. Microsoft will start selling a digital music and video player to compete with Apple's iPod by Christmas, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is preparing to roll out a portable digital music player later this year, an apparent bid to capture a slice of the market now dominated by the iPod, music industry executives said Thursday.


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Microsoft, Bouygues Telecom to collaborate on music service (AFP)
A Bouygues mobile phone. US software colossus Microsoft and Bouygues Telecom will collaborate to launch a new mobile music service in France in 2007, the companies announced. Bouygues handsets will be able to play music downloaded from more than 100 online music services around the world.(AFP/File/Damien Meyer)AFP - US software colossus Microsoft and Bouygues Telecom will collaborate to launch a new mobile music service in France in 2007, the companies announced.


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Microsoft Plans Support for Open Document Format (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is extending an olive branch to the open-source community with the launch of an initiative to provide interoperability between the company's Office Open XML file format and the rival Open Document Format (ODF).

Click fraud a costly bane to Internet advertisers (AFP)
A laptop computer screen shows the Google.com homepage in Beijing. Online search giants Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are not doing enough to combat fraud that cost US advertisers 800 million dollars last year, a study claimed.(AFP/File/Frederic Brown)AFP - Online search giants Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are not doing enough to combat fraud that cost US advertisers 800 million dollars last year, a study claimed.


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Next iPod Killer--From Microsoft? (PC World)
PC World - Company is reportedly readying iPod rival for holidays.

Seven MS Office, Windows Patches to Cover Critical Flaws (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's July batch of patches will include critical fixes for bugs in Windows and Office; an Excel spreadsheet fix is expected.

Fine for Microsoft more or less inevitable (AFP)
A customer walks near a display of Microsoft Windows XP software at a CompUSA store in San Francisco in March 2006. EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes has said that Microsoft will almost inevitably have a fine slapped on it by EU regulators for failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling by the European Commission.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Microsoft will almost inevitably have a fine slapped on it by EU regulators for failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling by the European Commission, EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes has said.


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AOL may give away more of its services (AP)
Attendees use wireless computers at a trade show in Atlanta, Georgia March 24, 2004. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit may offer its full menu of services, including e-mail, free of charge to anyone with a high-speed Internet connection, The Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. REUTERS/Tami ChappellAP - AOL LLC may give away even more of its services, including its vaunted AOL.com e-mail accounts now limited to paying subscribers, to boost ad revenues and offset declines in subscriptions, a person familiar with the discussions said Thursday.


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Analysts: EBay faces competitive threat (AP)
In this file photo eBay president and CEO Meg Whitman delivers a speech at eBay Live conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday, June 13, 2006.  EBay Inc. announced Thursday, July 6, 2006, the departure of Jeff Jordan, who most recently was president of eBay's PayPal payment business  and had been presumed by some analysts as the likely successor to Whitman.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - EBay Inc. faced a double blow Thursday as it announced a key executive's plans to leave and an analyst said Google Inc.'s new online payment service represents a bigger threat than expected to the Internet auction company's health.


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Microsoft said devises music player launch (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is seen in this May 22, 2006 file photo. Microsoft will start selling a digital music and video player to compete with Apple's iPod by Christmas, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is preparing to roll out a portable digital music player later this year, an apparent bid to capture a slice of the market now dominated by the iPod, music industry executives said Thursday.


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Review: MacBook excels at Windows, OS X (AP)
In this photo released by Apple of undated photo of Apple MacBook at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.  Apple's latest addition to its laptop line looks sleek, runs fast and should give Windows PC makers cause for concern. The MacBook, which replaces the iBook as Apple's consumer notebook, completes Apple's transition to Intel processors in its mobile computer line. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Apple, Krause Johansen)AP - Apple Computer Inc.'s latest laptop looks sleek, runs fast and should give makers of Windows-based notebooks considerable cause for concern.


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Chicago's jazz radio gets the blues, bows to iPod (Reuters)
The skyline of Chicago is reflected in Lake Michigan. WBEZ, Chicago's National Public Radio (NPR) member station and among the oldest public radio outlets in the U.S., has decided to scrap scheduled music programming -- the bulk of which was nightly jazz -- and move to a 24-hour news and public affairs format. (Mike Gustafson/Illinois Bureau of Tourism/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The iPod and a growing need for local news have done the unthinkable: They have cost Chicago, one of America's great jazz cities, its last major source for jazz programming on local radio.


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Management shake-up at eBay in face of competition from Google (AFP)
The president of PayPal will step down as part of an eBay reshuffling of executives announced a week after Internet search juggernaut Google launched a rival online payment service. eBay President Meg Whitman, pictured, said in a release Jeff Jordan was "a valued colleague and close friend, and while I'm sorry to see him go, I wish him the very best."(AFP/File/Ralphson David)AFP - The president of PayPal will step down as part of an eBay reshuffling of executives announced a week after Internet search juggernaut Google launched a rival online payment service.


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Studios catching viral bug to promo new DVDs online (Reuters)
Reuters - Online video sites like YouTube are Hollywood's hottest new marketing tool. And in a way similar to what their theatrical counterparts are doing with new movies, studio DVD marketers are scrambling to harness the power of viral marketing by posting trailers of upcoming DVD releases to these nascent sites and hoping they get passed along -- again, and again, and again.

Cingular accused of deceiving customers (AP)
Seattle attorney Mike Withey, right, holds up a current advertisement for Cingular Wireless Corp. Thursday, July 6, 2006 in Seattle as he sits with plaintiff Amy Frerker, left, and announces the filing of a federal lawsuit that asks for class-action status and alleges that Cingular promised to provide uninterrupted service to AT&T Wireless customers when it acquired that company in 2004, but instead nickel-and-dimed them and degraded phone reception in an effort to persuade customers to sign new contracts.     (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Cingular Wireless Corp. promised to provide uninterrupted service to AT&T Wireless customers when it acquired that company in 2004, but instead it nickel-and-dimed them and degraded their reception in an effort to persuade them to sign new contracts, a federal lawsuit said Thursday.


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Genuitec MyEclipse 5.0 links NetBeans, Eclipse (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Genuitec will link rival NetBeans with its Eclipse open source technologies in a preview release of the MyEclipse 5.0 environment for enterprise and Web application development being unveiled on Friday.

Microsoft mum on reports it is aiming at Apple's iPod (AFP)
File picture showing a miniaturized iPod called the "nano" capable of holding 1,000 songs, seen here in September 2005 in Paris. Software colossus Microsoft remained tight-lipped regarding media reports that it intended to unleash its own version of Apple Computer's popular iPod MP3 player.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - Software colossus Microsoft remained tight-lipped regarding media reports that it intended to unleash its own version of Apple Computer's popular iPod MP3 player.


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Management shake-up at eBay in face of competition from Google (AFP)
The president of PayPal will step down as part of an eBay reshuffling of executives announced a week after Internet search juggernaut Google launched a rival online payment service. eBay President Meg Whitman, pictured, said in a release Jeff Jordan was "a valued colleague and close friend, and while I'm sorry to see him go, I wish him the very best."(AFP/File/Ralphson David)AFP - The president of PayPal will step down as part of an eBay reshuffling of executives announced a week after Internet search juggernaut Google launched a rival online payment service.


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"Pirates" headed for online-game adventure (Reuters)
Johnny Depp (L) and Orlando Bloom are shown in a scene from the new film 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' in this undated publicity photograph. (Peter Mountain/Disney Enterprises/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" opens Friday (July 7), but the Walt Disney Co. also has high hopes for the property in the strikingly different media of massively multiplayer online games.


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Studios catching viral bug to promo new DVDs online (Reuters)
Reuters - Online video sites like YouTube are Hollywood's hottest new marketing tool. And in a way similar to what their theatrical counterparts are doing with new movies, studio DVD marketers are scrambling to harness the power of viral marketing by posting trailers of upcoming DVD releases to these nascent sites and hoping they get passed along -- again, and again, and again.

House seen debating gambling bill next week (Reuters)
Roulette wheel.  It's an illegal, multibillion-dollar industry that attracts millions of Americans, most of whom apparently have no idea they are breaking US law. Online gambling generated around 15 billion dollars globally in 2005 -- a five-fold increase from 2001 -- and is projected to reach 25 billion dollars by the end of the decade.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)Reuters - The full U.S. House of Representatives is expected to debate next week legislation that would attempt to ban Internet gambling, a $12 billion-a-year industry that gets half its revenue from American gamblers, two Republican lawmakers said on Thursday.


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Analysts: EBay faces competitive threat (AP)
In this file photo eBay president and CEO Meg Whitman delivers a speech at eBay Live conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday, June 13, 2006.  EBay Inc. announced Thursday, July 6, 2006, the departure of Jeff Jordan, who most recently was president of eBay's PayPal payment business  and had been presumed by some analysts as the likely successor to Whitman.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - EBay Inc. faced a double blow Thursday as it announced a key executive's plans to leave and an analyst said Google Inc.'s new online payment service represents a bigger threat than expected to the Internet auction company's health.


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Computer consultant hacked FBI passwords (AP)
AP - An FBI computer consultant gained access to the secret passwords of Director Robert Mueller and others using free software found on the Internet, the latest embarrassment in the bureau's long struggle to modernize its computers.

AOL mulls free services: source (Reuters)
Attendees use wireless computers at a trade show in Atlanta, Georgia March 24, 2004. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit may offer its full menu of services, including e-mail, free of charge to anyone with a high-speed Internet connection, The Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit is considering offering its services, except for Internet access, free of charge to anyone with a high-speed connection, a source familiar with the plans said on Thursday.


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eBay Bars Google Checkout; PayPal Chief Leaves (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - EBay Inc. said on Thursday the head of its PayPal unit will leave the Web auctioneer in a surprise shake-up that closely follows Google Inc.'s unveiling of a rival payment service.

Click fraud a costly bane to Internet advertisers (AFP)
A laptop computer screen shows the Google.com homepage in Beijing. Online search giants Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are not doing enough to combat fraud that cost US advertisers 800 million dollars last year, a study claimed.(AFP/File/Frederic Brown)AFP - Online search giants Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are not doing enough to combat fraud that cost US advertisers 800 million dollars last year, a study claimed.


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AOL may give away more of its services (AP)
Attendees use wireless computers at a trade show in Atlanta, Georgia March 24, 2004. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit may offer its full menu of services, including e-mail, free of charge to anyone with a high-speed Internet connection, The Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. REUTERS/Tami ChappellAP - AOL LLC may give away even more of its services, including its vaunted AOL.com e-mail accounts now limited to paying subscribers, to boost ad revenues and offset declines in subscriptions, a person familiar with the discussions said Thursday.


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