Friday, July 01, 2005

Technology Industry Week Overview

Top of the News
Government Launches Internet Piracy Offensive Washington Post (reg)
Would Microsoft buy an AdWare firm? Computer Business Review
Is On-Demand Ready for the Enterprise? CRM Daily
Internet Users Driving New Services on Web E-Commerce Times
Errant Politician email calls Constiuents "idiots" JournalNews.com
Beginning of the End for Dynamic IP Addresses? Register
The first RSS focused VC fund is announced--$100m SiliconValleyWorld
Why Mac Users Are Beginning To Seem a Little Less Smug MacNewsWorld
Tech Firms call for approval of cybercrime reality CNet
Survey Finds Up to 44 Million in U.S. May Be Victims of ID Crime InformationWeek
Year After Giant Flop, Online Media Take Hold LA Times
India's Electronics Industry Will Grow Faster than China's InformationWeek
Dorms, pizza, books and illegal downloads Seattle Post-Intelligencer
China nabs 2,600 for piracy Red Herring

Feature Stories
U.S. Intends to Maintain Role in Overseeing How Internet is Run BBC
Report: Expect to wait up to a decade for 'On-Demand' world ZDNet
How To Dig Out From Under Sarbanes-Oxley CIO
Weakness in the Data Chain New York Times
Survey: Corporate Web Sites low on Customer Respect ComputerWorld
P2P: Music Industry Must Look in a Mirror Forbes

Public Policy/Legal News
Is The BitTorrent whiz a sitting duck? Wired
SCO versus Novell going all the way Computer Business Review
Prosecutors revise indictment of ex-CA CEO Kumar ComputerWorld
Another Class Action Click Fraud Suit Against Google ClickZ
AMD Expands Suit Against Intel CRN
Amazon Sued for Copyright Infringement Washington Post (reg.)
Senators Propose Sweeping Data-security bill CNet
House Reform Committee Eyes IPv6 Lag Telecomweb

Offshoring News
Microsoft Bands With Outsourcing Joint Venture in China CRM Buyer
Outsourcing Is Good for U.S., Says Professor CRM Daily
Offshoring Drives Up Xansa Profits ComputerWeekly
Top execs quit Indian offshore outsourcer Wipro silicon.com
India wants H1B Triples, Dangles Quid Pro Quo TechWeb News
India faces US-style labor pains ZDNet

Wireless News
PalmSource Clarifies Linux Roadmap, Signs Big Vendor mobilepipeline
Report on Wireless Growth Flawed? NWC
Sun, NTT DoCoMo Team on Java for Mobile Data InformationWeek
Ericsson Resells Airspan Unstrung

Open Source News
Linux Gets Black Eye in Chinese Report LinuxInsider
Red Hat revenue surges 46 percent CNet
Java hardware start-up wins early allies ZDNet
Sun reconsiders Linux desktop vnunnet.com
Sun mulls open-source move for Java Desktop System Computerworld
Norwegian Government backs Open Source TechWorld

Security News
Microsoft Confirms Code Execution Hole in IE eWeek
Rats in the security world SecurityFocus.com
Weakness in the Data Chain NY Times (reg.)
Antispam proposals advance ZDNet
DVD Jack Hosts Google Viewer PCWorld
Fujitsu to sell Palm vein ID systems outside Japan Reuters
How to Deal with Pushy Security Vendors Computerworld

Company News
Is Microsoft Eyeing Claria? ClickZ
Will SAP sample hosted recipe? CNet
Microsoft woos world's scientists BBC
IBM to Apple: We Have the Right Watts eWeek
Sony Jumps on Legal File-Sharing TechNewsWorld
Cisco: Paging Dr. Info Tech BusinessWeek
Microsoft and TCS announce Chinese software venture Computer Business Review
IBM Global Services Restructures Line56

Intel CEO fires back at AMD Suit ZDNet
SAP Offers Safe Passage program to midsize firms CIO
Google from Space CBR
Sun Bolsters Java with $387 Million Acquisition eCommerce Times
AOL Boosts Video Search Internetweek
Patent spat costs RIM Millions ZDNet

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