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Apple CFO muses on iPod halo effect, Mac mini, more (MacCentral)

IBM and Zend Team on PHP Web Apps (NewsFactor)

EU Querying Microsoft Rivals on Compliance (AP)

Mozilla Updates Firefox Security (NewsFactor)

Sprint Delivers World Phone (NewsFactor)

iPod Price Cut: Apple's Watching Its Back (NewsFactor)

Spam Controls Imperil E-Mail Reliability (AP)

Lawmakers Promise Action on Identity Theft (Reuters)

Microsoft Customers Evaluate Sanctions (Reuters)

IBM Regains No. 1 Spot in Unix Computer Servers (Reuters)

Expensive Anti-Piracyware Threatens Open Standard (Reuters)

Cell Phone Makers Choose Between Style and Tech (Reuters)

Cingular Lease Accounting Change Cuts Net (AP)

Icesoft rendering technology used by Macromedia (InfoWorld)

JBoss upgrades object-relational technology (InfoWorld)

Talon News Web Site Closes Amid Heavy Criticism (Reuters)

Opera To Beef Up Browser Security (TechWeb)

EU Investigating Compliance of Microsoft (AP)

Bangladesh's top mobile firm slashes tariffs as price war heats up (AFP)

Microsoft to up ante in Japan (SiliconValley.com)

Review: System Pumps Music Around House (AP)

Sony Puts Pizza Ordering in Web Game (AP)

House-price websites spark Internet fever among nosy Britons (AFP)

Location Is the Byword For AOL's New Search (washingtonpost.com)

WiMax May Pose Fresh Challenge to Broadband (Reuters)

Yahoo! About to Celebrate 10th Anniversary (AP)

Yahoo! Set to Celebrate 10th Anniversary (AP)

Telecoms Fight to Curb Public Competition (AP)

Fantasy interactive games reaping real rewards on the Internet (AFP)

Samsung Elec Says Outlook for Key Business Not Good (Reuters)

Macintosh Creator Raskin Dies at 61 (AP)

Samsung Electronics Says Business Outlook Not Good (Reuters)

AOL Integrates Buddy Lists With Outlook (AP)

BEA, Borland endorse Eclipse platform (InfoWorld)

Mozilla Warns of Firefox Security Holes (PC World)

Jef Raskin, creator of the Macintosh, dies at 61 (MacCentral)

HP unwraps storage essentials (InfoWorld)

PalmSource Appoints Seeley As CFO (AP)

Macs in business to stay (MacCentral)

NTT DoCoMo issues profit warning as it terminates handyphone service (AFP)

Chinese government expects 120 million Internet users by end of year (AFP)

Jef Raskin, Macintosh Creator, Dies at 61 (PC World)

SAP to Buy Software Maker Retek for $496M (AP)

The Switzerland of Online Marketing? (The Motley Fool)

Software Company I2 Names Interim CEO (AP)

First Look: Picasa 2 Improves Upon Original (PC World)

Fujitsu Readies 120GB Notebook Hard Drive (PC World)

Downloading: The Next Generation (washingtonpost.com)

XM Satellite Radio Lifts Monthly Fee by 30 Pct (Reuters)

Mac Pioneer Jef Raskin Dies (NewsFactor)