Monday, May 09, 2005


Big Firms'Ad Bucks Also Fund Spyware (Los Angeles Times)
Los Angeles Times - Blue-chip companies are sponsoring more than TV shows and golf tournaments to promote their products: They are inadvertently underwriting computer spyware too.

New Xbox details leak out ahead of launch (Reuters)
Reuters - Extensive details of MicrosoftCorp.'s newest video game console leaked out on theInternet on Monday, three days ahead of the console's formalworldwide unveiling on MTV.

U.S. Computer Kingpin IBM Looks More Longingly To The East (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Will IBM look to the East, to China and India, to shake its profit blues?

Napster, Dwango pair up to offer song ringtones (Reuters)
Reuters - Online music service Napster Inc.and Dwango Wireless on Monday unveiled a pact to offer musicringtones and other features in a new service that Napsterhopes will widen its reach.

IBM offers software development patterns (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Focusing on code reuse, IBM on Monday is making available four enterprise software development patterns intended to ease application-building for users of the IBM Rational Software Architect tool.

Novell Loses Another Open-Source Aficionado (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Richard Seibt, the former president of SuSE Linux before its acquisition, leaves his post as president of Novell EMEA. A spokesman says his departure does not relate to two other recent executive resignations.

For Some Techies, an Interminable Workday (AP)
AP - The traffic jam ended hours ago, the parking lot is nearly empty and fluorescent lights are dimmed at PortalPlayer Inc., where the nightly brainstorming session is about to begin.

PalmOne : handheld with audio,video features (Reuters)
Reuters - PalmOne Inc. is expected nextweek to unveil a digital media device to rival the iPod, as themaker of hand held computers and mobile phones shoots for apiece of the growing market for portable music and video.

New PalmOne handheld aims at iPod (Reuters)
Reuters - PalmOne Inc. is expected nextweek to unveil a digital media device to rival the iPod, as themaker of hand held computers and mobile phones shoots for apiece of the growing market for portable music and video.

Faults Found in Online Reporter's Stories (AP)
AP - An investigation over the sourcing and accuracy of news stories by a freelance journalist at a leading Internet news site concluded that the existence of dozens of people quoted in the articles could not be confirmed.

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