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Skype Downplays Takeover Talk
[August 8, 2005] Responding to a report that News Corp. floated a $3B acquisition, a spokeswoman for the VoIP developer says the company is not for sale.

Dell Delivers More Dual Core
[August 8, 2005] The PowerEdge 830 and 850 expand on the launch of the dual-core processor lineup.

HP Fights Viruses With Open Source
[August 8, 2005] The company introduces new security technology and unleashes a slew of other open source initiatives.

Kept Alive by Open Source
[August 8, 2005] Life after death is part of the open source model and it's all about scratching the itch.

Searching for the Next Big Thing
[August 8, 2005] New search services, partnerships and platforms are expected to launch at Search Engine Strategies conference.

New Responsys Release Tightens Focus
[August 8, 2005] The e-mail automation company's upgraded platform produces automatic but highly targeted messages.

Microsoft/Google Drama Glamorous, Not Unexpected
[August 5, 2005] Non-compete litigation over Kai-Fu Lee is a common ploy, experts say.

Redmond Goes to Wal-Mart For COO
[August 5, 2005] With growth the keyword for the aging software giant, Microsoft plucks Wal-Mart's Kevin Turner as its chief operating officer.

Piggybacking on Skype
[August 5, 2005] Startup iSkoot's software lets users connect to Skype with cell phones.

Camcording Warez Dealer Bagged by Feds
[August 4, 2005] DoJ announces first arrests under new law prohibiting recording movies in a theater.

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