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Microsoft offers Zune team 'iPod Amnesty Bin' (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - In what can be seen as either a joke or a real attempt to get employees to give up Apple iPods in favor of the Zune MP3 player, the team at Microsoft that builds Zune has set up a bin at its headquarters so employees can drop in iPods they don't want to use anymore.

Microsoft, Novell defend partnership, promise details (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Executives from Microsoft and Novell defended their controversial business agreement to collaborate and promote integration between Windows and Novell's SUSE Linux operating systems on Wednesday, saying that Microsoft's sales organization is now the biggest channel for SUSE Linux and that the deal will help, not hurt the prospects of Linux in the enterprise.

Microsoft Funds New Open-Source Digital ID Projects (PC World)
PC World - As part of its plan to promote identity management across multiple platforms, Microsoft Corp. is funding several new projects to develop open-source versions of its digital-identity technology for information cards.

Microsoft-Novell Pact Good For Novell; Is It Good For Open Source? (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Novell will file the documents of its Microsoft pact by the end of the month, a Novell spokesman told the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco on Wednesday.

Microsoft says licensing protects customers (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - A top Microsoft executive promoted the company's licensing of network security protocols at the Interop trade show on Wednesday, but not before taking time out during a keynote address to defend the company's patent licensing program for open-source software.

Microsoft Denies It's Attacking Open Source (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Senior VP Bob Muglia tells an Interop crowd the "new Microsoft" wants interoperability between its products and other business apps.

Microsoft funds new open-source digital ID projects (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - As part of its plan to promote identity management across multiple platforms, Microsoft is funding several new projects to develop open-source versions of its digital-identity technology for information cards.

Microsoft Effort Aims To Bolster Online ID Management (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The announcements at Interop are part of a broader effort to develop software that makes computers and applications from various manufacturers interoperable with each other.

Windows Mobile 6 Arrives in the U.S. on T-Mobile's Wing (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 has arrived in the U.S. on a Wing -- T-Mobile's new Wing smartphone, to be exact. On Tuesday, the Bellevue, Washington-based company began selling the Wing, the first new device in the U.S. market with Windows Mobile 6.

Microsoft says has all it needs for ad business (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it now has "all the pieces" it needs to build a successful advertising business after its acquisition of digital advertising company aQuantive Inc. .

Facebook opens site to other companies (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070525/ap_on_hi_te/facebook_developers"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070525/capt.18f53bd85e68437b8a06eacf8d4d1095.facebook_advertising_caps121.jpg?x=130&y=89&sig=28pGVt7kxqf5snG56w5vfg--" align="left" height="89" width="130" alt="Facebook.com worker Ginnie Chan, left, works at Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, Feb. 5, 2007. Facebook has avoided the acquisition frenzy that's gobbled up MySpace.com, YouTube and other startups, and the company is now striving to become a general portal like Yahoo, not just a social networking site for college students. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)" border="0" /></a>AP - Facebook Inc. is encouraging other companies to sell products and create software for use on the popular social networking site, hoping to expand into an all-purpose destination on the Web.</p><br clear="all"/>

Researchers turn Web blather to books (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070525/ap_on_hi_te/blather_to_books"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070524/capt.732e0c8499aa4b79b6deebf16ec9c8a8.blather_to_books_px106.jpg?x=87&y=130&sig=op_56JoLzEkLDbLvnV.r7A--" align="left" height="130" width="87" alt="Luis von Ahn, assistant professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, poses on campus in Pittsburgh Wednesday, May 23, 2007. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, including Von Ahn, have discovered a way to enlist people across the globe to help digitize books every time they solve the simple distorted word puzzles commonly used to register at Web sites or buy things online.(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)" border="0" /></a>AP - A few simple keystrokes may soon turn blather into books. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have discovered a way to enlist people across the globe to help digitize books every time they solve the simple distorted word puzzles commonly used to register at Web sites or buy things online.</p><br clear="all"/>

Bills add e-mail to sex offender lists (AP)
AP - Connecticut and at least a dozen other states are considering whether to require convicted sex offenders to register their e-mail addresses as part of efforts to combat online sexual predators.

ESPN wins twice in online media awards (AP)
AP - ESPN was the only multiple winner in awards for the best media Web sites, claiming the top spots in sports and television categories.

CNN.com to stop charging for live video (AP)
AP - CNN will give away access to an online video service that now costs $25 a year, becoming the latest news organization to revamp its revenue model on the Web.

Facebook becomes hub for outside software makers (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070525/wr_nm/facebook_software_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20070525/2007_05_24t215334_427x450_us_facebook_software.jpg?x=123&y=130&sig=8LyeJ03p2ESHXdfZkbJWCg--" align="left" height="130" width="123" alt="Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook -- a social networking site he started for Harvard undergraduates that has turned into a global phenomenon -- speaking to a crowd of hundreds software developers at the company's first-ever conference in San Francisco on Thursday. The 23-year-old CEO announced plans to open up the site to allow outside companies ranging from Microsoft to Amazon.com to Photobucket and Twitter to build Web applications for Facebook's 24 million active members. (Anders Frick/handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Facebook.com on Thursday took the wraps off its highly anticipated makeover from a members-only club into what it hopes can allow it to become a software operating system for all sorts of Internet media.</p><br clear="all"/>

Coalition Pushes for US Broadband Plan (PC World)
PC World - Fifty-four organizations, including Amazon.com Inc., Google Inc. and TiVO Inc., have called on the U.S. government to create a national broadband policy, saying there&#39;s no plan now in place focused on providing affordable access for all residents.

RIM Plans Wi-Fi BlackBerry (PC World)
PC World - Research In Motion Ltd. expects to start selling a BlackBerry with both cellular and Wi-Fi wireless capabilities, the company&#39;s CEO said Thursday.

VA Drops Enterprise Software, Becomes Sourceforge Inc. (PC World)
PC World - One of the survivors of the early days of Linux has changed its name and folded its software division in favor of doing business entirely on the Web.

VA Software becomes Sourceforge Inc. (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - One of the survivors of the early days of Linux has changed its name and folded its software division in favor of doing business entirely on the Web.

Facebook becomes hub for outside software makers (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070525/wr_nm/facebook_software_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20070525/2007_05_24t215334_427x450_us_facebook_software.jpg?x=123&y=130&sig=8LyeJ03p2ESHXdfZkbJWCg--" align="left" height="130" width="123" alt="Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook -- a social networking site he started for Harvard undergraduates that has turned into a global phenomenon -- speaking to a crowd of hundreds software developers at the company's first-ever conference in San Francisco on Thursday. The 23-year-old CEO announced plans to open up the site to allow outside companies ranging from Microsoft to Amazon.com to Photobucket and Twitter to build Web applications for Facebook's 24 million active members. (Anders Frick/handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Facebook.com on Thursday took the wraps off its highly anticipated makeover from a members-only club into what it hopes can allow it to become a software operating system for all sorts of Internet media.</p><br clear="all"/>

Coalition Pushes for US Broadband Plan (PC World)
PC World - Fifty-four organizations, including Amazon.com Inc., Google Inc. and TiVO Inc., have called on the U.S. government to create a national broadband policy, saying there&#39;s no plan now in place focused on providing affordable access for all residents.

Researchers turn Web blather to books (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070525/ap_on_hi_te/blather_to_books"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070524/capt.732e0c8499aa4b79b6deebf16ec9c8a8.blather_to_books_px106.jpg?x=87&y=130&sig=op_56JoLzEkLDbLvnV.r7A--" align="left" height="130" width="87" alt="Luis von Ahn, assistant professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, poses on campus in Pittsburgh Wednesday, May 23, 2007. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, including Von Ahn, have discovered a way to enlist people across the globe to help digitize books every time they solve the simple distorted word puzzles commonly used to register at Web sites or buy things online.(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)" border="0" /></a>AP - A few simple keystrokes may soon turn blather into books. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have discovered a way to enlist people across the globe to help digitize books every time they solve the simple distorted word puzzles commonly used to register at Web sites or buy things online.</p><br clear="all"/>

EarthLink to build out full Philadelphia Wi-Fi network (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The sun came out for EarthLink&#39;s Philadelphia Wi-Fi network on Thursday even as prospects for&#160;its San Francisco project&#160;remain shrouded in fog.

Gas price Web sites getting more hits (AP)
AP - The higher gasoline prices go, the more money business Web entrepreneur Jason Toewes makes.

Bills add e-mail to sex offender lists (AP)
AP - Connecticut and at least a dozen other states are considering whether to require convicted sex offenders to register their e-mail addresses as part of efforts to combat online sexual predators.

CNN.com to stop charging for live video (AP)
AP - CNN will give away access to an online video service that now costs $25 a year, becoming the latest news organization to revamp its revenue model on the Web.

ESPN wins twice in online media awards (AP)
AP - ESPN was the only multiple winner in awards for the best media Web sites, claiming the top spots in sports and television categories.

Bold M&A moves rewarded with stock price boosts (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Intel&#39;s&#160;deal with STMicroelectronics to create a new semiconductor company was a hit this week with IT investors, who continue to reward bold merger and acquisition moves in hard-fought tech markets like chips and Internet services. Rumors of a&#160;Salesforce.com hook up with Google&#160;and&#160;Yahoo&#39;s continuing search for Web 2.0 companies&#160;also are stoking investor interest.

EarthLink to Build out Full Philadelphia Wi-Fi Network (PC World)
PC World - The sun came out for EarthLinks&#39; Philadelphia Wi-Fi network on Thursday even as prospects for its San Francisco project remain shrouded in fog.

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