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Microsoft Solves iPhone E-Mail Flaw (PC World)
PC World - An update to Exchange 2007 released by Microsoft should solve problems that may have prevented e-mail from Exchange Server 2007 from being received by Apple's iPhone.

Can Microsoft Office Front-End Your Business Processes? (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is set to kick off an Office-for-business-processes strategy, focusing on composite apps called Office Business Applications, or OBAs, starting next month.

White House Sets Single Security Configuration For Windows Computers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A White House mandate to conform to one security configuration on Windows XP and Windows Vista systems should "radically reduce" vulnerabilities.

Microsoft.co.uk Succumbs to SQL Injection Attack (PC World)
PC World - A hacker successfully attacked a Web page within Microsoft Corp.'s U.K. domain on Wednesday, resulting in the display of a photograph of a child waving the flag of Saudi Arabia.

Microsoft.co.uk succumbs to SQL injection attack (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - A hacker successfully attacked a Web page within Microsoft's U.K. domain on Wednesday, resulting in the display of a photograph of a child waving the flag of Saudi Arabia.

Microsoft, AMD Partner on PC for School Kids (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The IQ PC will include a selection of software from Microsoft and its partners that includes Windows.

Microsoft offers $500 Vista PC in India (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070629/ap_on_hi_te/microsoft_india"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070626/capt.9ce6484f41e44ae7bf5d03020c513164.microsoft___imagine_cup_waap105.jpg?x=94&y=130&sig=Gk3ZOzkKIVtx6AJjOjuKDg--" align="left" height="130" width="94" alt="Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates listens to the Imagine Cup finalists during a meeting, Tuesday, June, 26, 2007, in Redmond, Wash. More than 40 university students from 10 countries qualified for the Imagine Cup final, a world technology competition. (AP Photo/Andrei Pungovschi)" border="0" /></a>AP - Microsoft Corp. will sell "affordable" Windows computers aimed at students in India, but the $500 price tag is more than what U.S. consumers might pay for a basic laptop.</p><br clear="all"/>

Windows Vista Makes Limited Impact On PC Sales, Analysts Reveal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Unless Microsoft became much more aggressive in its marketing efforts, Vista&#39;s market impact was not expected to change in the future, Gartner reports.

IBM Turns To Microsoft For Midmarket Cluster Server (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The two companies partner to offer smaller companies high-performance computer hardware and software.

Microsoft touts supercomputing for the masses (Reuters)
Reuters - Supercomputing, once the preserve of top scientific and academic institutions which needed entire rooms to house their gigantic machines, can now be had out of a box from Microsoft for $50,000.

Ohio laptops often stolen or go missing (AP)
AP - In Dayton, a state employee returns to work to find a $2,000 computer stolen. In Cleveland, someone walks into an unlocked office and takes a $2,200 laptop belonging to the state auditor's office. In Ohio, these scenarios not unusual, with state-issued computers frequently stolen or missing, according to a recent review of reports of stolen equipment by The Associated Press.

Eager customers snap up Apple iPhones (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070630/ap_on_hi_te/apple_iphone"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070629/capt.0fd895fe86594594af749393dd58f24b.apple_iphone_makm102.jpg?x=130&y=90&sig=AOeNiZRJ59THMYpnpJwbgQ--" align="left" height="90" width="130" alt="Timothy McGuckin, of Jamaica Plain, Mass., high-fives Apple store employees after being first in line to purchase an iPhone in a mall, Friday, June 29, 2007 in Newton, Mass. McGuckin waited outside the Apple store for 12 hours before the iPhone went on sale. (AP Photo/Kevin Martin)" border="0" /></a>AP - Brandon Saunders, 16, had been saving his allowance and birthday money for months to get one of Apple Inc.'s coveted iPhones.</p><br clear="all"/>

IPhone frenzy on hold for some (AP)
AP - For 21-year-old Kelsy Martin, two words &#151; "incredibly disappointed" &#151; sum up how she feels about living in an area where the new iPhone can't be used.

Philly mayor John F. Street gets iPhone (AP)
AP - Mayor John F. Street was among the first to get a coveted iPhone on Friday, waiting in line, on and off, for almost 15 hours and forced to defend the effort when a passer-by asked about the city's skyrocketing murder rate.

Want a Wii? Come early and get in line (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070630/ap_on_hi_te/wii_demand"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20070625/2007_06_25t010537_450x311_us_nintendo_sony.jpg?x=130&y=89&sig=ndlM9urL24m6pI21AEOFlg--" align="left" height="89" width="130" alt="A pedestrian walks past an advertisement for the Nintendo Wii a game shop in Tokyo, April 26, 2007. Nintendo Co. Ltd. zipped past Sony Corp. in market value on Monday and became one of Japan's top 10 issues for the first time, as it elbows the PlayStation maker out of its decade-long dominance of the game industry. (Kiyoshi Ota/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>AP - By 9 a.m., the line outside Manhattan's Nintendo World store was snaking down the block. More than 100 hopeful Wii owners came from as far as New Jersey &#151; some as early as 6 a.m. with kids and grandparents in tow &#151; to get their hands on the gaming console best known for its wireless, motion-sensitive controller.</p><br clear="all"/>

Woman pleads to stalking singer (AP)
AP - A former national laboratory worker has admitted that she used government computers to access the e-mail account of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington and hacked into a cell phone company's Web site to obtain his phone number.

How Tough Is the iPhone? (PC World)
PC World - PC World severely manhandles the new Apple phone to see how much abuse it can take.

AT&T agrees to buy Dobson Communications (AP)
AP - AT&amp;T Inc., the nation's largest wireless carrier, agreed Friday to acquire rural wireless provider Dobson Communications Corp. for $2.8 billion in cash.

GPLv3 Emerges After Long Debate, Opposition Muted (TechWeb)
TechWeb - One of the early adopters of GPL 3 will be the Samba Server project, which supplies file translation code between Linux and Windows.

GPLv3 author: Business needs free software (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Free Software Foundation (FSF) leader Richard Stallman said at the launch of the group&#39;s new version 3 of the General Public License (GPLv3) that businesses are &quot;foolish&quot; not to adopt nonproprietary technologies as he contends that the continued use of paid products limits companies&#39; innovation and weakens security of their IT operations.

Woman pleads to stalking singer (AP)
AP - A former national laboratory worker has admitted that she used government computers to access the e-mail account of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington and hacked into a cell phone company's Web site to obtain his phone number.

Early iPhone buyers strain to resell them online (Reuters)
Reuters - Many people who lined up to be the first buyers of Apple Inc.&#39;s iPhone made good on promises to try to flip the gadgets online at inflated prices, but a quick buck appeared out of reach for many.

Amazon.com to offer downloads on drama (AP)
AP - The Web-based teen soap opera "Prom Queen" is being offered as a full-length download on Amazon.com Inc.'s Unbox video store, taking its place for the first time along Hollywood films and TV shows.

Q&A: Storm brewing over Starbucks disc surprises Moore (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070629/en_nm/moore_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20070630/2007_06_29t204351_369x450_us_moore.jpg?x=106&y=130&sig=_Q2Xp_kbtGE3SicsqD.CBA--" align="left" height="130" width="106" alt="Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is shown on the poster for his new film about the problems with the health care system in the U.S., entitled 'Sicko,' in this undated publicity photograph. The film opens in the U.S. on June 29, 2007. (The Weinstein Co./Handout - UNITED STATES. NO ARCHIVES. NO SALES./Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - In an interview published recently in Pitchfork, Sonic Youth guitarist Thurston Moore mentioned that the band needed to record a new song for a Starbucks compilation. Within minutes of his remarks hitting the Internet, chat rooms and the band&#39;s fan sites were awash in cries of &quot;foul&quot; and &quot;sellouts.&quot;</p><br clear="all"/>

Neteller founder guilty of conspiracy (AP)
AP - The co-founder of Neteller, which processed billions of dollars in Internet gambling transactions for Americans, pleaded guilty Friday to a charge of criminal conspiracy.

ICANN moves ahead with international domain names (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Participants made good progress discussing changes to Internet governance during an ICANN meeting in Puerto Rico that closed on Friday, leaders of the organization said.

Non-English domains could take 2 years (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency is on track to start testing addresses entirely in foreign characters by November, but rules for determining which ones to permit likely will take another year or two to develop.

HD DVD fights back with new features (AP)
AP - HD DVD has recently faced some head wind in its struggle to become the high-definition successor to the DVD, but its supporters are playing an ace from their sleeve with the arrival of the first discs that take advantage of its players' built-in Internet connections.

TechPresident Adds More Features To Cover Candidates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The enhancements include blogs, news feeds, photo streams, and video posts from 2008 presidential candidates.

Internet Radio Hears the Sound of Defeat (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Amid continued controversy over applying the Fairness Doctrine to radio, the controversy over charging webcasters millions in retroactive royalty fees has seemingly come to a conclusion. On Thursday, the House of Representatives failed to come to the rescue of webcasters in a dispute with record companies over new royalty rates the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) put into place. Still, many broadcasters claim they cannot afford the increased fees and might go silent forever.

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