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Apache Slips, Study Says (PC World)
PC World - More evidence is emerging that Apache is suffering against Redmond, after a survey revealed that Microsoft's Internet Information Services Web server is outserving Apache on Fortune 1000 websites.

Microsoft plugs single sign-on again with Windows Live ID Web Authentication 1.0 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has released a software development kit for a service that enables users who log in through one Web site to be authenticated on many others.

Microsoft Faces 3 Big Threats (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft COO Kevin Turner outlines the challenges the company faces, including Linux and competition with the Xbox.

Forrester: Good News For Microsoft Office, Mixed News For Windows Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Despite aggressive plans for Vista rollouts before the operating system was released, one analyst found many companies are pushing those plans back.

Google Now on a Collision Course with Microsoft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - At an investors' conference in March, Google CEO Eric Schmidt told analysts eager to see the search giant diversify beyond advertising that several new revenue contributors were in the works. "The next really big one is actually an extension of Google Apps," he said.

TSMC says Microsoft to use its 90 nm DRAM process for Xbox (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070816/tc_nm/tsmc_microsoft_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20070816/2007_08_16t034344_450x298_us_tsmc_microsoft.jpg?x=130&y=86&sig=pa9DUN723Ry4buLcRUxilg--" align="left" height="86" width="130" alt="A gamer plays on an the Xbox 360 in a 2006 photo. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world's top contract chip maker, said on Thursday Microsoft has started using TSMC's 90-nanometre-embedded-DRAM process technology for the production of the Xbox 360 game console. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) (2330.TW), the world&#39;s top contract chip maker, said on Thursday Microsoft Corp. has started using TSMC&#39;s 90-nanometre-embedded-DRAM process technology for the production of the Xbox 360 game console.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft ups Hotmail storage to 5 GB (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will soon let users of its Hotmail service store 5 gigabytes of photos and other e-mail messages, more than double the previous limit.

Xandros expands Microsoft partnership (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Linux distributor Xandros is licensing messaging protocols from Microsoft as part of an expansion of the partnership the two companies forged in June.

Microsoft One-Ups Google with Hotmail Makeover (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is boosting the amount of free storage space that Hotmail users receive to 5 GB. Paying Hotmail users will see their e-mail storage capacity, which costs $15 per year, grow from 4 GB to 10 GB. In contrast, Google currently provides 2.8 GB of free Gmail storage space and sells 6 GB of extra capacity for $20 per year.

Xandros Licenses Microsoft Exchange Protocols (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The agreement means the Scalix mail server will be able to synchronize data better with platforms that use Exchange Server.

Skype says service returns to normal (AP)
AP - Skype said its Internet phone service has returned to normal after a software bug left many users unable to log on for two days.

Navy pulls YouTube video made by airman (AP)
AP - The Navy has removed a video from YouTube shot aboard the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan because it shows sailors using safety equipment inappropriately, a Navy spokesman said.

Technology helps reinvent cell phone ads (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070818/ap_on_hi_te/mobile_phone_ads"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070817/capt.f702c9570525480da699b5d0644006b2.mobile_phone_ads_xwm104.jpg?x=86&y=130&sig=5WKYui2uOPepXGmZfkrEaA--" align="left" height="130" width="86" alt="A Muslim girl tries out new mobile phone models during a communication and broadcast exhibition in Singapore Wednesday, June 20, 2007. Advertisers are finding new ways to put their sales pitches in the pockets of cell phone users &#151; through video and music pumped to your handsets. As mobile networks become faster and phones smarter, analysts say the time is ripe for advertising on mobile phones to finally take off. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)" border="0" /></a>AP - Mobile phones are a potential gold mine for advertisers, the most personal and intimate way to communicate and engage with subscribers &#151; more than 2 billion of them and counting worldwide. Yet the advertisers' two-liner text pitches have largely fueled a growing hate club, with recipients quickly equating the messages with spam they abhor on desktops.</p><br clear="all"/>

Compact Disc celebrates 25th anniversary (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070817/ap_on_hi_te/compact_disc_anniversary"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070816/capt.d99fbff3ee694783bddb4ed78b2feba5.netherlands_compact_disc_ams101.jpg?x=130&y=100&sig=rLtpUKrzDRkuqRJJi4eNGg--" align="left" height="100" width="130" alt="Pieter Kramer poses for photographers in Eindhoven, Netherlands on Monday Aug. 13, 2007. Kramer was a leading engineer on the team that developed the CD, which was launched 25 years ago this Friday, in a joint project by Royal Philips Electronics NV and Sony Inc. of Japan. Kramer is holding a show model of the Compact Disc player, which was introduced in August 1982. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)" border="0" /></a>AP - It was Aug. 17, 1982, and row upon row of palm-sized plates with a rainbow sheen began rolling off an assembly line near Hanover, Germany. An engineering marvel at the time, today they are instantly recognizable as Compact Discs, a product that turns 25 years old on Friday &#151; and whose future is increasingly in doubt in an age of iPods and digital downloads.</p><br clear="all"/>

Distraction looms for Dell in SEC probe (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070817/ap_on_hi_te/dell_restatement"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070816/capt.947eababc0f04c2f95a3861958f19d1e.dell_restatement_dn501.jpg?x=130&y=86&sig=jJ91nD5uREjAY7FLkUAuig--" align="left" height="86" width="130" alt="Chairman of Dell Inc., Michael Dell replies to a question at a press conference in Bangalore, India, in this Monday, March 20, 2006 file photo. Dell Inc. on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007, said it will reduce more than four years' worth of earnings by up to $150 million after an internal probe found the company misled its auditors and manipulated results to meet performance goals. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)" border="0" /></a>AP - Dell's internal investigation into its accounting problems is over, leaving up to a $150 million hit on earnings in its wake. Now, it may be the feds' turn.</p><br clear="all"/>

Facebook surfers cost their bosses billions (Reuters)
Reuters - Workers surfing the Internet social networking site Facebook could be costing their employers billions of dollars in lost productivity, an analysis by an Internet security firm said on Monday. Facebook is the latest Internet networking craze, with more than 230,000 Australians already signed up and reports of more than 100 new users every hour.

Phishers Can Misuse Google Gadgets, Researcher Says (PC World)
PC World - The domain used to host small Google Gadget applications written by Web developers could be misused by phishers, a Web security researcher said Friday.

Femtocells Extend Cell Phones' Reach (PC World)
PC World - For all the speed mobile operators are building into their networks, a lot of it doesn&#39;t reach subscribers trying to make calls or surf the Web indoors. While some carriers look to Wi-Fi and dual-mode phones to bridge the gap, another technology is coming along that could work with the handsets customers have today.

SCO Mulls Options After Court Strikes Company's Unix Claims (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Linux community breathes a sigh of relief, while SCO considers an appeal.

Software as Service Draws Interest (PC World)
PC World - Software as a service is forecast by Gartner to grow at 22.1 percent until 2011 for the aggregate enterprise application software markets-- more than double the 9 percent growth rate expected in the market as a whole.

Facebook surfers cost their bosses billions (Reuters)
Reuters - Workers surfing the Internet social networking site Facebook could be costing their employers billions of dollars in lost productivity, an analysis by an Internet security firm said on Monday. Facebook is the latest Internet networking craze, with more than 230,000 Australians already signed up and reports of more than 100 new users every hour.

Animation site Aniboom launches YouTube channel (Reuters)
Reuters - Aniboom, an Internet home for animators to create and share original clips, is launching its own channel on video site YouTube with the aim of hatching the next animated blockbuster that could rival &quot;The Simpsons&quot; or &quot;South Park.&quot;

Skype says service returns to normal (AP)
AP - Skype said its Internet phone service has returned to normal after a software bug left many users unable to log on for two days.

Apache Slips, Study Says (PC World)
PC World - More evidence is emerging that Apache is suffering against Redmond, after a survey revealed that Microsoft&#39;s Internet Information Services Web server is outserving Apache on Fortune 1000 websites.

Skype service back online after two-day outage (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Skype Ltd. announced late Friday that all users could now again log on to the voice-over-IP service, marking the end of an outage that affected millions and lasted more than 48 hours. At 7:00 p.m. Eastern, Villu Arak, the Skype spokesman who has been posting blackout updates, said: &quot;The sign-on problems have been resolved. [However] Skype presence and chat may still take a few more hours to be fully operational.&quot;

Phishers Can Misuse Google Gadgets, Researcher Says (PC World)
PC World - The domain used to host small Google Gadget applications written by Web developers could be misused by phishers, a Web security researcher said Friday.

Google Opens Click-Fraud Site (PC World)
PC World - Google Inc. has unveiled a Web site &quot;resource center&quot; focused on the thorny issue of click fraud, which many consider a potential threat to the company&#39;s main source of revenue: pay-per-click advertising.

CIA and Vatican edit Wikipedia entries (AFP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070818/tc_afp/technologyusinternetspyreligioncompanywikipedia"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20070818/capt.sge.lvp17.180807075110.photo00.photo.default-512x501.jpg?x=130&y=127&sig=ic6OQmiq0Q7uJd57XXNfFA--" align="left" height="127" width="130" alt="Jimmy Wales, co-founder of online collaborative encyclopedia Wikipedia, appears at a press conference in Tokyo, in March. A US hacker&#39;s homemade program to pinpoint origins of Wikipedia edits indicates that alterations to the popular online encyclopedia have come from the CIA and the Vatican.(AFP/File/Toru Yamanaka)" border="0" /></a>AFP - A US hacker&#39;s homemade program to pinpoint origins of Wikipedia edits indicates that alterations to the popular online encyclopedia have come from the CIA and the Vatican.</p><br clear="all"/>

Rascal Flatts "Feels Good" about new CD (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070818/en_nm/rascal_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20070818/2007_08_18t014136_450x326_us_rascal.jpg?x=130&y=94&sig=fEAunXInRliUuFMHPhxGyA--" align="left" height="94" width="130" alt="Rascal Flatts members, Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney, and Jay DeMarcus pose backstage with their award at the 33rd annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles January 9, 2007. The clock on Rascal Flatts' Web site counts down the days, hours, minutes and even seconds until the September 25 release of the superstar band's fifth studio album, 'Still Feels Good.' There's no doubt the date is circled on many music industry calendars. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - The clock on Rascal Flatts&#39; Web site counts down the days, hours, minutes and even seconds until the September 25 release of the superstar band&#39;s fifth studio album, &quot;Still Feels Good.&quot; There&#39;s no doubt the date is circled on many music industry calendars.</p><br clear="all"/>

Google opens click-fraud Web site (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Google has unveiled a Web site &quot;resource center&quot; focused on the thorny issue of click fraud, which many consider a potential threat to the company&#39;s main source of revenue: Pay-per-click advertising.

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