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Gates: New Xbox has chance to be No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - The next generation of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox gaming console, due to be unveiled later this month, will give the world's largest software maker a chance to overtake the leader in the gaming business, Sony Corp. (6758.T), Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said on Monday.

Correction: Earns-Microsoft Story (AP)
AP - In an April 28 story about Microsoft's third-quarter earnings, The Associated Press erroneously reported that projected company financial figures were for the fiscal year ending June 30.

Next-Generation Xbox to Be Media Hub (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s next-generation Xbox gaming console will be more of a digital entertainment hub than its predecessor, making it even more of a PC hybrid than ever, Bill Gates told a meeting of business journalists on Monday.

Novell Loses Venue Choice In Microsoft Case Pretrial Action (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Utah court has granted a Microsoft motion to move the pretrial proceedings in Novell's antitrust lawsuit against the Redmond, Wash. software giant to Maryland.

Security Threats Branch Out From Windows to Mac, Linux (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hackers still love Windows and other Microsoft gear, but they are increasingly targeting alternative OSes, particularly Linux and Apple.

Gates Pushes Auto Industry on Technology (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. mogul Bill Gates and the leader of Ford Motor Co. outlined a future Friday in which software enables cars to fix themselves and avoid accidents.

Gates: Next Decade Will Bring 'New Wave of Innovation' (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With the third decade of Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows quickly approaching, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on Monday predicted that 64-bit computing, together with the newest versions of the company's operating system, will ignite an era of industry-wide innovation.

Microsoft Updates XP Wi-Fi Security Support (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Redmond pushes out a patch for Windows XP SP2 to add support for WPA2, the latest wireless security protocol.

The Lowdown On Longhorn (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In sessions at last week's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference and in interviews with Microsoft officials, CMP Pipeline Editor Scot Finnie got some deep insight into the technical details of the upcoming Longhorn operating system. Here's his report.

Windows rolls into the 64-bit era (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft last week delivered its first 64-bit server and desktop versions of Windows, and immediately set out to encourage hardware developers to deliver systems that will make 64-bit computing common across the industry.

Next-Generation Xbox to Be Media Hub (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s next-generation Xbox gaming console will be more of a digital entertainment hub than its predecessor, making it even more of a PC hybrid than ever, Bill Gates told a meeting of business journalists on Monday.

AOL Treats Fla. Emergency E-Mails As Spam (AP)
AP - Emergency managers in Indian River County, hard-hit by hurricanes last year, thought the best way to get out weather alerts was by e-mail — until they learned that AOL was tagging the messages as spam.

Sirius to Offer 'Podcast' Show (AP)
AP - Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. is latching onto the "podcasting" phenomenon, launching a show later this month that will feature a daily selection of the increasingly popular do-it-yourself audio programs.

'Tags' Ease Sifting of Digital Data (AP)
AP - Here's how we tend to organize our digital photos: We stick them into a folder on our computer and label it "Hawaii trip," or whatever. Here's a new way: Forget folders or albums. Just "tag" the photos based on what's actually in each frame. Now, extrapolate this concept to the ideas, images, videos — and people — you meet or wish to find online. If they're properly tagged, they're far easier to find.

Military Mistake Caused Data Leak (AP)
AP - Just a few clicks were enough to reveal names, training procedures and other secrets the U.S. military thought it had blacked out from an electronic report.

Ex-Bush Adviser Joins Cybercrime Startup (AP)
AP - A senior computer security adviser to President Bush has joined a New Jersey technology startup that protects home Internet users from hackers, con artists and other online threats.

Gates: New Xbox has chance to be No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - The next generation of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox gaming console, due to be unveiled later this month, will give the world's largest software maker a chance to overtake the leader in the gaming business, Sony Corp. (6758.T), Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said on Monday.

Cities Face Backlash As They Plan Municipal Wireless Services (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - A growing number of cities plan to offer wireless Internet access as a municipal service. But as those plans spread, a backlash appears to be forming.

Security Threats Branch Out From Windows to Mac, Linux (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hackers still love Windows and other Microsoft gear, but they are increasingly targeting alternative OSes, particularly Linux and Apple.

Sun Micro announces new network services offerings (Reuters)
Reuters - Sun Microsystems Inc. on Monday announced new services that run on its grid of Sun networks computers, the latest move by the network computer and software maker to transform itself.

Ex-Bush Adviser Joins Cybercrime Startup (AP)
AP - A senior computer security adviser to President Bush has joined a New Jersey technology startup that protects home Internet users from hackers, con artists and other online threats.

Gartner Cites Limitations Of Salesforce.com (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Salesforce.com, which offers customer-management software over the Internet, may not be a good buy for large corporations, a technology research firm says.

Online Shoppers Take A Long Time To Buy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Web shoppers take an average of 19 hours from the time they first visit a site to actually making a purchase.

'Tags' Ease Sifting of Digital Data (AP)
AP - Here's how we tend to organize our digital photos: We stick them into a folder on our computer and label it "Hawaii trip," or whatever. Here's a new way: Forget folders or albums. Just "tag" the photos based on what's actually in each frame. Now, extrapolate this concept to the ideas, images, videos — and people — you meet or wish to find online. If they're properly tagged, they're far easier to find.

Akamai Ventures Into Web-Application Acceleration (TechWeb)
TechWeb - New service helps companies speed up Web-site applications used by customers and business partners.

Worst Spyware Down, Infected Sites Up (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Although the worst kind of spyware declined during the first quarter, anti-spyware vendor Webroot monitored a dramatic increase in the number of Web sites that host spyware.

Click Fraud Threatens Rising Online Ad Revenue (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The extent of click fraud varies. Estimates range from next to nothing in certain markets to 20% of all clicks. Hence, advertisers have become more tech-savvy and proactive in looking at their data, negotiating with search engines for refunds and auditing for click fraud.

Macromedia upgrades Breeze online conferencing (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Macromedia on Monday is announcing an upgrade to its Breeze online conferencing software and hosted service, making improvements such as event lifecycle management and Web page customization.

Internet Advertising Sets Mark in 2004 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Internet advertising revenues in 2004 reached a level not seen since the heady days of 2000, when the dot-com boom was in full swing.

SANS Updates Critical Internet Vulnerabilities List (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - More than 600 new Internet security vulnerabilities were discovered during the first quarter of 2005, according to the SANS Institute and a team of experts from industry and government.

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