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Yahoo Funding Spyware?
[September 1, 2005] Analyst charges that Yahoo supports spyware companies with its pay-per-click ads.

EMC Eyeing New Markets in Backup Software
[September 1, 2005] The information systems vendor is reselling software from data protection upstarts WysDM and Mendocino.

Skype Goes Mobile in Germany
[September 1, 2005] The VoIP player looks beyond the desktop by partnering with wireless carrier E-Plus.

Gateway Reaches Out to The Little Guy
[September 1, 2005] The systems vendor appeals to smaller businesses with a new server and PC line.

Microsoft Attempts Phishing Slowdown
[September 1, 2005] Redmond releases an anti-phishing tool designed to protect IE users.

IBM's Banks on Deal With Dutch
[September 1, 2005] Global banking outfit ABN AMRO bought into Big Blue's vision of a universal management infrastructure for its international operations.

PayPal Reduces Micropayments
[September 1, 2005] The online payment services firm adjusts micropayments to lure new customers.

Microsoft Acquires VoIP Company
[August 31, 2005] Redmond is accelerating the race toward full scale VoIP.

Google Extends Book Scanning Operation
[August 31, 2005] In the face of increasing protests from publishers, the search giant affirms its intention to go back to scanning books under copyright.

Tweaks, Regressions in Latest Linux Kernel
[August 31, 2005] New 2.6.13 Linux kernel is out with improvements and a few regressions too.

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