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Microsoft, Xen to run Windows, Linux side-by-side (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Monday said it is teaming up with Linux supplier XenSource to allow computers to run the upcoming version of Microsoft's Windows server operating system on computers that are simultaneously running Linux software.

Microsoft sues resellers over software piracy (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Software company Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Software company Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software.


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Microsoft aims to assure investors about growth (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates listens to a reporter's question at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006. Microsoft Corp. whose shares have fallen nearly 20 percent since its last quarterly report, will seek to assure investors this week that it is programmed for growth in its 2007 business year. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , whose shares have fallen nearly 20 percent since its last quarterly report, will seek to assure investors this week that it is programmed for growth in its 2007 business year.


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Microsoft files 26 U.S. piracy lawsuits (AP)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Software company Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. has filed 26 lawsuits accusing U.S. companies of selling pirated software, the latest move in its ramped-up efforts to boost sales by cracking down on illegal copies.


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Microsoft changes the way it reports earnings (Reuters)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates addresses the Microsoft Government Leaders Forum in Cape Town, South Africa July 11, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday that beginning in fiscal 2007 it would report its financial performance based on five businesses, down from the current seven operating divisions. REUTERS'Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) (Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it would report its financial performance starting in the 2007 business year based on five businesses, down from the current seven operating divisions.


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Microsoft's Vista, Office delays complicate partner plans (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Partner pricing deals, cash incentives key for success in new markets

Microsoft Seeks Partners for Push into Design Tools (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft says its foray into the design space with its Expression family of products is a perfect opportunity for ISV and service partners to help the software giant gain a foothold in a new arena.

Microsoft Still Gunning to Launch Vista and Office 2007 Together (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Update: Microsoft's plan of record remains to launch its two biggest cash cows on the same day in January 2007, company officials are telling software and hardware partners.

Microsoft Has Come a Long Way with IIS (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Opinion: Windows Web servers aren't the pushovers they used to be, and the next generation should make them even more secure.

Microsoft, Apple Reworking MP3 Player Market? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - SAN FRANCISCO (Billboard) - If the rampant speculation over the digital music plans of Microsoft and Apple Computer are to be believed, the digital music landscape is about to change radically in the very near future.

Microsoft files 26 U.S. piracy lawsuits (AP)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Software company Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. has filed 26 lawsuits accusing U.S. companies of selling pirated software, the latest move in its ramped-up efforts to boost sales by cracking down on illegal copies.


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XM Satellite asks judge to throw out suit (AP)
AP - XM Satellite Radio asked a federal judge Monday to throw out a copyright lawsuit by the recording industry over the company's new iPod-like device that can store up to 50 hours of music.

Movielink licenses DVD-burning tools (AP)
AP - Movielink LLC has licensed technology that allows the online movie service's customers to transfer downloaded films to DVDs for playback on standard DVD players.

Online age verification may prove complex (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 - At MySpace.com and many other popular online hangouts, a 30-something woman can celebrate her Sweet 16 over and over with just a click of the mouse. A 12-year-old can quickly mature to meet the sites' minimum age requirements, generally 14, while an adult looking to chat with teens can virtually shed several years.


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Viisage acquires Iridian for $35M in cash (AP)
In this 2005 photo made available by the U.S. Department of Defense and released by SecuriMetrics, a SecuriMetrics PIER device is being used by the U.S. military to record and identify an Iraqi civilian entering Fallujah in an attempt to find and identify insurgent forces. SecuriMetrics is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Viisage Technology Inc. Viisage aquired Iridian Technologies Inc., Monday, July 17, 2006, for $35 million in cash. (AP Photo/U.S. Department of Defense via SecuriMetrics)AP - Viisage Technology Inc. moved again to strengthen its portfolio of biometric systems for homeland security and access control Monday by acquiring an iris-scanning company, Iridian Technologies Inc., for $35 million in cash.


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NYT to cut paper size and close plant (Reuters)
A taxi drives by the New York Times building in Times Square, NewYork, in an undated file photo. The New York Times Co. plans to make the size of its flagship newspaper narrower and close a printing plant, resulting in the loss of 1,050 jobs, the company said in a story posted on its Web site late on Monday. (Brad Rickerby/Reuters)Reuters - The New York Times Co. plans to make the size of its flagship newspaper narrower and close a printing plant, resulting in the loss of 1,050 jobs, the company said in a story posted on its Web site late on Monday.


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Samsung, Sony bet on new LCD panel (Reuters)
Reuters - A new joint flat-screen production line by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS) and Sony Corp. (6758.T) is expected to generate $2.3 billion in annual sales by 2008, producing 50-inch class TV panels, Samsung said on Tuesday.

HP's Memory Spot To Bring Brains To Everyday Objects (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Hewlett-Packard's research arm on Monday unveiled a wireless memory chip that can stick to any surface -- a technology that could help put more digital data into everyday objects.

Microsoft, Xen to run Windows, Linux side-by-side (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Monday said it is teaming up with Linux supplier XenSource to allow computers to run the upcoming version of Microsoft's Windows server operating system on computers that are simultaneously running Linux software.

Microsoft sues resellers over software piracy (Reuters)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign at a subway station in Seoul March 27, 2006. Software company Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Software company Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had filed 26 lawsuits that allege computer dealers sold illegal software.


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NYT to cut paper size and close plant (Reuters)
A taxi drives by the New York Times building in Times Square, NewYork, in an undated file photo. The New York Times Co. plans to make the size of its flagship newspaper narrower and close a printing plant, resulting in the loss of 1,050 jobs, the company said in a story posted on its Web site late on Monday. (Brad Rickerby/Reuters)Reuters - The New York Times Co. plans to make the size of its flagship newspaper narrower and close a printing plant, resulting in the loss of 1,050 jobs, the company said in a story posted on its Web site late on Monday.


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BETonSPORTS chief held in US, shares dive (Reuters)
Reuters - David Carruthers, chief executive of online gaming group BETonSPORTS, was detained by U.S. authorities while changing planes in Dallas, the company said on Monday, sending its shares down more than 15 percent.

Mining For Data In Blogs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some bloggers anticipate a greater flow of analytical site traffic information now that FeedBurner, the podcast aggregator and maker of online software, has acquired blog analytics provider Blogbeat.

Yahoo touts new look and investors' tools (AFP)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo, continuing its shift toward online social networking, unveiled new financial tools for investors on Monday and invited users worldwide to submit videos inspired by the website's new look.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - Yahoo, continuing its shift toward online social networking, unveiled new financial tools for investors on Monday and invited users worldwide to submit videos inspired by the website's new look.


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Movielink licenses download-to-burn DVD technology (Reuters)
A screenshot of Movielink.com, taken on July 18, 2006. Online movie download service Movielink on Monday said it has licensed technology from Sonic Solutions to allow consumers to download a movie and burn it onto a DVD for use in standard DVD players. (www.movielink.com/Reuters)Reuters - Online movie download service Movielink on Monday said it has licensed technology from Sonic Solutions to allow consumers to download a movie and burn it onto a DVD for use in standard DVD players.


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Alcatel's To Provide Broadband To Remote Alaska (TechWeb)
TechWeb - It will span from Alaska's Anchorage and Seward cities to communities on Kodiak Island and the Kenai Peninsula.

Online Sites Pay Producers To Post Videos (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sites like Revver.com and Eefoof are hoping to beat YouTube at the video game by splitting the money they take in with the people who produce videos, like the recent Revver hit, "Diet Coke and Mentos Experiment."

Movielink licenses DVD-burning tools (AP)
AP - Movielink LLC has licensed technology that allows the online movie service's customers to transfer downloaded films to DVDs for playback on standard DVD players.

High-Priced Search Terms Vulnerable To Click Fraud (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Click fraud is often used by competitors to drive up the online advertising costs of rivals. It's also used by some Web site operators to increase revenues.

FeedBurner Buys Blogbeat (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The combined online service is expected to provide FeedBurner customers with the ability to compare data on feed subscribers and blog visitors.

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