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Gates Warns on Information Overload (AP)
AP - At his annual shindig for CEOs, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates told executives that businesses need to do more to help their employees sort through an ever-growing flood of information that threatens to become a drain on productivity.

Microsoft's Bill Gates working on a new book (Reuters)
Reuters - Bill Gates, the co-founder and chairman of Microsoft Corp. , is planning to write another book on how new technology will affect people and companies.

Bill Gates working on a new book (Reuters)
Reuters - Bill Gates, the co-founder and chairman of Microsoft Corp. , is planning to write another book on how new technology will affect people and companies.

Netscape Combines Browser Features (AP)
AP - The newest Netscape browser combines the best features from Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox but no longer tries to commandeer all search traffic to its own engine.

Fake Microsoft Patch Triggers Virus Attack (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The bogus e-mail contains an attachment that purports to be a cumulative Windows patch for May 2005. It's actually an executable file for a well-known virus.

Microsoft Sued for Patent over Excel, Access (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A Guatemalan inventor has accused Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) of infringing on one of his technology patents, which involves a way to connect spreadsheet data.

Microsoft's Desktop Search: Trying To Keep Up with Apple's Tiger? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) took its desktop search tool out of beta testing this week and released the live version.

Strider HoneyMonkey: Trawling for Windows Exploits (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Researchers at Microsoft believe a network of Windows XP "honeymonkeys" can pinpoint Web sites that exploit client-side browser vulnerabilities.

Microsoft Reveals More Details on Office 12 (PC World)
PC World - Next-generation productivity suite will highlight collaboration, software giant says.

Microsoft to debut new Office program in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will launch the next version of its Office spreadsheet, e-mail and word processing programs during the second half of 2006, the same time frame it is planning for the next Windows version, the world's largest software maker said on Wednesday.

Internet Phones Given 911 Deadline (AP)
AP - Internet phone providers were ordered Thursday to begin supplying reliable 911 emergency call service after regulators heard an anguished Florida woman describe how she was unable to summon help to save her dying infant daughter.

Gates Warns on Information Overload (AP)
AP - At his annual shindig for CEOs, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates told executives that businesses need to do more to help their employees sort through an ever-growing flood of information that threatens to become a drain on productivity.

Google Allows Users to Add Home Page Tools (AP)
AP - Google Inc. on Thursday introduced a new option that will enable visitors to display more information on the online search engine leader's bare-bones home page, a departure that pushes the company a step closer to operating an Internet portal in the mold of rivals Yahoo and MSN.com.

Netflix Takes Over Wal-Mart DVD Rentals (AP)
AP - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is handing off its online DVD rental business to Netflix Inc., signaling the world's largest retailer couldn't beat the Internet upstart at its own game.

JPMorgan Chase to Roll Out No-Swipe Card (AP)
AP - JPMorgan Chase & Co. said Thursday it will offer a new credit card that allows users to pay for items by holding the card near a terminal instead of manually swiping it.

Wal-Mart ends Web DVD rentals, promotes Netflix (Reuters)
Reuters - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. on Thursday said it was closing its online DVD rental business and would direct its customers to Netflix Inc., offering the struggling company a lifeline.

Top Games at Electronic Entertainment Expo (AP)
AP - There's an old saying in the video game business: just because a game looks good doesn't mean it's fun to play. We roamed the sprawling halls of this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo and found these standouts from the hundreds of new games being previewed. In most cases, it was the gameplay, not the graphics, that had us hooked.

Unified Communication Systems Still Crossing Acceptance Divide (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Messages seem to come from everywhere: voice mail, e-mail, cell phones, wireline phones, pagers, maybe even an occasional fax.

Netscape Combines Browser Features (AP)
AP - The newest Netscape browser combines the best features from Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox but no longer tries to commandeer all search traffic to its own engine.

Softeon Debuts Voice-Enabled Warehouse Management System (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Supply-chain software provider Softeon announced today the release of its fully voice-enabled Warehouse Management System (WMS).

Internet Phones Given 911 Deadline (AP)
AP - Internet phone providers were ordered Thursday to begin supplying reliable 911 emergency call service after regulators heard an anguished Florida woman describe how she was unable to summon help to save her dying infant daughter.

Wal-Mart ends Web DVD rentals, promotes Netflix (Reuters)
Reuters - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. on Thursday said it was closing its online DVD rental business and would direct its customers to Netflix Inc., offering the struggling company a lifeline.

Google Allows Users to Add Home Page Tools (AP)
AP - Google Inc. on Thursday introduced a new option that will enable visitors to display more information on the online search engine leader's bare-bones home page, a departure that pushes the company a step closer to operating an Internet portal in the mold of rivals Yahoo and MSN.com.

Google announces personalized home page (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. on Thursday introduced a personalized Google home page, pitting the most-used Web search site even more directly against its rivals Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp.'s MSN portal.

Court gives mixed ruling on song swaps (Reuters)
Reuters - A Canadian court upheld a ruling on Thursday that stopped major record companies from forcing Internet service providers to disclose the identities of 29 high-volume song swappers they have wanted to sue.

Final 'Star Wars' film leaked to the Internet (Reuters)
Reuters - The final chapter of the "Star Wars" saga has gone over to the Internet's dark side.

FCC orders Internet phone carriers to provide 911 (Reuters)
Reuters - Regulators on Thursday ordered Internet telephone carriers to provide full 911 emergency calling services later this year, after hearing emotional testimony from customers who were unable to get immediate help during life-threatening crises.

Korean Firm a Force in U.S. Online Games (AP)
AP - Four years ago, mentioning NCsoft Corp. likely would have drawn blank stares from even the most dedicated U.S. video game player. At the time, the South Korean maker of massively multiplayer online games, in which tens of thousands of gamers can simultaneously inhabit virtual worlds, had smash hits in Asia including "Lineage." Then two brothers from Austin, Texas, got involved.

Netscape Combines Browser Features (AP)
AP - The newest Netscape browser combines the best features from Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox but no longer tries to commandeer all search traffic to its own engine.

Blockbuster offers free rentals (Reuters)
Reuters - Blockbuster Inc. on Thursday said it was offering two free months of unlimited DVD rentals to Netflix Inc. and Walmart.com customers who switch to its rival online rental service, for which it aims to have 2 million users by the end of the first quarter of 2006.

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