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Microsoft alters strategy to reach emerging markets (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Microsoft's top executives on Thursday outlined how a shift in products and services should help the software giant bore deeply into the emerging markets for online services and digital entertainment.

Xandros Offers 50 Percent Rebate on New Linux Products (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A month after Microsoft ended support for Windows 98, Xandros continues to seek converts to its Linux products.

Microsoft fails to quash Vista fears (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/microsoft_tech_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t113412_450x399_us_microsoft_tech.jpg?x=130&y=115&sig=byJLa_7l5bLupi9EZdI2bg--" align="left" height="115" width="130" alt="Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006, announcing the company's new operating system software 'Windows Vista'. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday failed to quash fears that a new version of its Windows software system would be further delayed, stirring concerns that a new technology cycle tied to the upgrade could be put on hold. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday failed to quash fears that a new version of its Windows software system would be further delayed, stirring concerns that a new technology cycle tied to the upgrade could be put on hold.</p><br clear="all"/>

Web services to aid, not kill, software: Microsoft (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/microsoft_services_refile_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t033756_450x322_uk_microsoft_services_refile.jpg?x=130&y=93&sig=zYZezjJsqByGlPDXtUJhkw--" align="left" height="93" width="130" alt="Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie is seen at the Microsoft corporate campus in Redmond, Washington, July 27, 2006. Web services, delivered alongside classic software, will complement rather than replace the existing software industry, Ozzie said on Thursday. (Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Web services, delivered alongside classic software, will complement rather than replace the existing software industry, Microsoft Corp.'s chief technologist said on Thursday.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft CEO seeks to reassure analysts (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060728/ap_on_bi_ge/microsoft_analysts"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20060721/capt.sge.svr85.210706223250.photo00.photo.default-512x323.jpg?x=130&y=82&sig=rho0yoGdNpKDQOXuq6GyJw--" align="left" height="82" width="130" alt="The logo for Microsoft at their office in Herndon, Virginia. Microsoft confirmed rumors it planned to launch an &quot;iPod killer,&quot; saying its challenge to Apple Computer's dominant MP3 player would hit the market this year.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)" border="0" /></a>AP - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer conceded Thursday there are questions about the software maker's future, but he sought to reassure financial analysts that the company can compete against Web-focused competitors.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft fails to ease investors fears on Windows (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/wr_nm/microsoft_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t035448_450x300_us_microsoft.jpg?x=130&y=86&sig=NjYFFwRc8bsQ3vUJwG_Lvw--" align="left" height="86" width="130" alt="Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday failed to quash fears that a new version of its Windows software system would be further delayed, stirring concerns that a new technology cycle tied to the upgrade could be put on hold. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday failed to quash fears that a new version of its Windows software system would be further delayed, stirring concerns that a new technology cycle tied to the upgrade could be put on hold.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft acquires more, but R&D still the focus (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/bs_nm/microsoft_acquisitions_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t035725_450x322_us_microsoft_acquisitions.jpg?x=130&y=93&sig=3kh3Wc71wGuosLSa7bNwbA--" align="left" height="93" width="130" alt="Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer (R) discusses the company's long-term growth prospects with (from left) Kevin Turner, chief operating officer, Christopher Liddell, chief financial officer, and Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer in Redmund, Washington, July 27, 2006. Microsoft Corp. is acquiring more companies than ever, but company executives said on Thursday that big bets in research and development are still its best opportunity for future growth. (Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is acquiring more companies than ever, but company executives said on Thursday that big bets in research and development are still its best opportunity for future growth.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft game, device unit sees loss in '07 (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060727/bs_nm/microsoft_gaming_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060718/2006_07_18t090958_450x396_us_microsoft_lawsuits.jpg?x=130&y=114&sig=UDPkkgJFCYHo2_BSa.kFRA--" align="left" height="114" width="130" alt="Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 game console is displayed in Tokyo April 6, 2006. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday forecast another year of losses at its mobile phone, games and device business before turning a profit in the business year ending June 30, 2008.</p><br clear="all"/>

Stocks drop in tech sell-off on Microsoft worry (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060727/bs_nm/markets_stocks_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t031227_450x315_us_markets_stocks.jpg?x=130&y=91&sig=5N1LcfIDbuG2yzxNinSsIA--" align="left" height="91" width="130" alt="The main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange is seen through a zoom effect in New York, in this July 13, 2006 file photo. Stocks fell on Thursday, led by a sell-off in technology shares as investors worried about the timing of Microsoft Corp.'s launch of its new operating system. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Stocks fell on Thursday, led by a sell-off in technology shares as investors worried about the timing of Microsoft Corp.'s launch of its new operating system.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft: iPod clone requires investment (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060727/ap_on_hi_te/microsoft_analysts_music"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/rids/20060722/i/r1619819490.jpg?x=130&y=97&sig=hq_wjiUGkz3e6p7DI8oEdg--" align="left" height="97" width="130" alt="Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer speaks at the Seoul Digital Forum 2006 in Seoul May 25, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Friday it plans to release a new music and entertainment player and accompanying software under the 'Zune' brand this year, in a belated attempt to challenge the dominance of Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod player. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho" border="0" /></a>AP - Microsoft's plans to offer an iPod competitor could take up to five years of investment, but the spending is worth it in part because it will help the software maker's broader entertainment agenda, a company executive said Thursday.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft fails to quash Vista fears (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/microsoft_tech_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t113412_450x399_us_microsoft_tech.jpg?x=130&y=115&sig=byJLa_7l5bLupi9EZdI2bg--" align="left" height="115" width="130" alt="Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates speaks at a news conference in Tokyo April 21, 2006, announcing the company's new operating system software 'Windows Vista'. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday failed to quash fears that a new version of its Windows software system would be further delayed, stirring concerns that a new technology cycle tied to the upgrade could be put on hold. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday failed to quash fears that a new version of its Windows software system would be further delayed, stirring concerns that a new technology cycle tied to the upgrade could be put on hold.</p><br clear="all"/>

The9 says hit game is still in its youth (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/media_china_the9_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t053527_450x338_us_media_china_the9.jpg?x=130&y=97&sig=tGgxfeVMtJyXIYRI8z3DcA--" align="left" height="97" width="130" alt="A screenshot from The9's 'World of Warcraft' video game. Age is clearly a sensitive issue in China's fast-paced world of online games, where a year or two can mean the difference between the height of youth or a game title being past its prime. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Age is clearly a sensitive issue in China's fast-paced world of online games, where a year or two can mean the difference between the height of youth or a game title being past its prime.</p><br clear="all"/>

Intel counters AMD (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/intel_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_27t201923_450x323_us_intel.jpg?x=130&y=93&sig=AI2lX7vshjROFkIJ8vCvow--" align="left" height="93" width="130" alt="Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini shows the the new Intel Core 2 Duo processor during an event at the Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, California July 27, 2006. (Intel by Court Mast/Handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Intel Corp. took the wraps off fast new energy-saving computer chips on Thursday as the No. 1 chipmaker moves to take back the technology lead from smaller rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc.</p><br clear="all"/>

Gamers bend gender for a winning edge (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/column_pluggedin_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t144519_450x360_us_column_pluggedin.jpg?x=130&y=104&sig=sWX9FcWUluxH9yc7HNT5cQ--" align="left" height="104" width="130" alt="A screenshot from the viedo game 'World of Warcraft' from Blizzard Entertainment. In an About.com poll taken last summer, nearly two-thirds of the 920 respondents said they play characters of the opposite sex in online role-playing games. (Handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - When men appear as buxom, scantily clad females in video games like "World of Warcraft," it is more about winning than finding an outlet for a real-world affinity for gender bending.</p><br clear="all"/>

Amazon makes foray into movie business (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/tc_nm/retail_amazon_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t110004_450x302_us_retail_amazon.jpg?x=130&y=87&sig=RCUMNqi986eulnEUXP3pWw--" align="left" height="87" width="130" alt="Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos is seen in this May 28, 2003 file photo. Internet retailer Amazon.com Inc. is making its first foray into the big-screen movie business after buying an option to develop a film from Keith Donohue's fantasy novel 'The Stolen Child.' (Anthony P. Bolante/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Internet retailer Amazon.com Inc. is making its first foray into the big-screen movie business after buying an option to develop a film from Keith Donohue's fantasy novel "The Stolen Child."</p><br clear="all"/>

Judge OKs $90M 'click fraud' settlement (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060729/ap_on_hi_te/google_click_fraud"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060727/2006_07_27t154158_450x321_us_media_google_clickfraud.jpg?x=130&y=92&sig=aQh6JQ0ilY7ElxDoFb5mEg--" align="left" height="92" width="130" alt="An employee rides toward the entrance of the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. An Arkansas state judge on Thursday granted final approval to a class-action settlement between Google and advertisers who alleged Google allowed third parties to drive up fees by fraudulent use of its Web search advertising system. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>AP - An Arkansas judge Thursday approved a $90 million settlement between Google Inc. and advertisers who claimed the Internet search engine company improperly billed them for "clicks" that didn't lead to genuine customers seeking their products.</p><br clear="all"/>

Perfect Storm Brews for PC Buyers (PC World)
PC World - As Intel and AMD cut chip prices, buyers can expect to see big bargains.

168 bidders qualify in FCC auction (AP)
AP - The Federal Communications Commission on Friday issued a list of 168 bidders that have qualified to participate in an upcoming auction of wireless licenses that is expected to raise billions of dollars for the government while ushering in more next-generation services.

Xandros Offers 50 Percent Rebate on New Linux Products (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A month after Microsoft ended support for Windows 98, Xandros continues to seek converts to its Linux products.

IBM Grid Package Targets Insurance Industry (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Big Blue's Grid and Grow offering, which inludes blade servers and Director management software, will help life insurance companies with actuarial calculations.

Judge OKs $90M 'click fraud' settlement (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060729/ap_on_hi_te/google_click_fraud"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060727/2006_07_27t154158_450x321_us_media_google_clickfraud.jpg?x=130&y=92&sig=aQh6JQ0ilY7ElxDoFb5mEg--" align="left" height="92" width="130" alt="An employee rides toward the entrance of the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. An Arkansas state judge on Thursday granted final approval to a class-action settlement between Google and advertisers who alleged Google allowed third parties to drive up fees by fraudulent use of its Web search advertising system. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>AP - An Arkansas judge Thursday approved a $90 million settlement between Google Inc. and advertisers who claimed the Internet search engine company improperly billed them for "clicks" that didn't lead to genuine customers seeking their products.</p><br clear="all"/>

Cingular, Gabelli qualify to bid in wireless sale (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless, major cable television companies and money manager Mario Gabelli were among 168 bidders that qualified to bid for U.S. wireless licenses so they can offer advanced services like high-speed Internet, U.S. officials said on Friday.

Asia-Pacific hatches cyber attack plan (AFP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060728/tc_afp/aseanarfattacks"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20060728/capt.sge.uwg71.280706172221.photo00.photo.default-322x512.jpg?x=81&y=130&sig=NmnGGSjQ2MPo3x2jjMUOGw--" align="left" height="130" width="81" alt="A man surfs the Internet in front of a logo of 39th Association of Southeast Asian nations (ASEAN) Ministerial Meeting at the convention center in Kuala Lumpur. Asia's top security forum announced sweeping plans to prevent cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and the abuse of online resources by terrorists.(AFP/Teh Eng Koon)" border="0" /></a>AFP - Asia's top security forum announced sweeping plans to prevent cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and the abuse of online resources by terrorists.</p><br clear="all"/>

Metallica Finally Joins Download Craze (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Until this week, the heavy metal band Metallica, like the Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Garth Brooks, had refused to allow their songs to be offered on iTunes. But now Metallica has given in.

U.S. Mulls Internet Domains' Future at New Hearing (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Someday, like a grown child leaving home, the U.S.-controlled system that manages Internet domain names may go out into the world. At that point, the rules for your Web site address could become a matter of international policy.

Symantec Fixes BrightMail AntiSpam Flaws (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Internet security vendor patches a pair of bugs that could cause data manipulation, denial-of-service attacks or the exposure of sensitive information.

Amazon Makes Foray into Movie Business (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Internet retailer Amazon.com is making its first foray into the big-screen movie business after buying an option to develop a film from Keith Donohue's fantasy novel "The Stolen Child."

Coca-Cola Asks Users To Provide Site's Content (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Coca-Cola announced on Friday that it has launched a branded interactive Web site to supplement its existing corporate site.

Andrew Kantor: CyberSpeak - Real Simple Syndication needs to add some complexity (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - There is a deep-seated flaw in how RSS treats the Internet - one that's at odds with the direction online content is moving. And because of it, the shelf life of RSS as we know it is limited.

Music TV battles to survive in Internet age (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060728/en_nm/leisure_music_internet_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20060728/2006_07_28t102415_450x338_us_leisure_music_internet.jpg?x=130&y=97&sig=uY5t3l5IJtnicuXqwc7suw--" align="left" height="97" width="130" alt="Michael Buble performs on 'Top of the Pops', the world's longest running weekly music show. The show will be declared extinct on Sunday when it is broadcast for the last time on BBC. (Handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Music television is the endangered species of the pop world, and is learning the hard way that it must adapt to the Internet age, or die.</p><br clear="all"/>

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