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Microsoft wrestles with .Net Framework compatibility (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is having compatability issues with the upcoming .Net Framework 2.0, but says the problem will not delay the release of the Visual Studio 2005 toolset planned for later this year.

Microsoft Fixes Flaw in Xbox Web Site (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A security company often at odds with Microsoft says it has identified a vulnerability in the Redmond, Wash.-based developer's Xbox Web site.

Microsoft Word And Excel Employed As Systems Interfaces (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Built on a service-oriented architecture, Meridian Systems' impending Proliance life-cycle-management software upgrade lets users tap in via Word and Excel 2003. Those without Office 2003 can access system programs through a Web interface.

PepsiCo and Microsoft in the Game (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - The holidays are fast approaching. Sure, we may be just on the verge of gearing up for summer, but the video-game industry doesn't have much time. All of the companies have to plan now for their big promotions. This is especially true for Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News), which needs to reach killer-app status with its upcoming, next-generation system Xbox 360, due in November 2005.

Microsoft Plugs Phishing Hole on Xbox360 Site (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A cross-site scripting flaw is fixed to protect gaming subscribers, and a denial-of-service vulnerability is flagged in the popular "Halo: Combat Evolved" title.

Time Running Out For Microsoft Under EU Antitrust Order (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Continuing its five-year standoff could get expensive for the software vendor. If the company fails to fully comply with the EU Commission's ruling by June 1, it faces fines of up to 5% of its daily global sales for each day it's not in compliance.

Microsoft's Own Tool May Impede Windows' Anti-Piracy Effort (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The developer's anti-piracy program reportedly can be easily sidestepped, potentially frustrating its plans to check the use of unlicensed copies of Windows.

Microsoft's Virtual Earth Offers New Look at Location Search (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Trying to keep pace with its competition's latest Internet technologies, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is offering a new look at location searches with the introduction of MSN Virtual Earth.

Microsoft Intros Windows Embedded For Retail Equipment (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Plug-and-play features in the offering allow retailers to easily add new devices, says Microsoft, which should help save time and money when equipment fails.

Ka-ching! Microsoft Spins Windows For Cash Registers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. has rolled out its first version of Windows Embedded tailored for a vertical market.

Nokia Unveils Handheld Internet Tablet (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp. is introducing a handheld tablet for Web-browsing over a wireless broadband connection, the company's first non-phone mobile device and the latest in a long line of attempts to create a so-called "Internet appliance" for quick online access around the home.

CIA Overseeing 3-Day War Game on Internet (AP)
AP - The CIA is conducting a secretive war game, dubbed "Silent Horizon," this week to practice defending against an electronic assault on the same scale as the Sept. 11 terrorism attacks.

Feds Shut Web Site in Piracy Crackdown (AP)
AP - Federal raiders. Internet pirates. Intergalactic screen adventures. The government announced a crackdown Wednesday on the theft of movies and other copyright materials that has the elements of a film plot.

Friendster Taps CEO Amid Market Challenges (AP)
AP - Friendster Inc., one of the biggest startups in the "social networking" niche, appointed a new chief executive Wednesday, hoping to make the company profitable and revive its status as a trendsetting Internet destination.

Review: Ergonomic Keyboards Ease Strain (AP)
AP - A decade ago, there was much talk about keyboards causing repetitive motion injuries. Attention was focused on ergonomics and leading manufacturers including Microsoft introduced special curved and split keyboards.

AAA members can look for cheap gasoline on the Web (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. drivers will have another tool available in their pursuit of low-priced gasoline this Memorial Day weekend when AAA members on Thursday gain access via AAA club Web sites to retail prices at individual service stations.

Young mobile users most interested in music-survey (Reuters)
Reuters - Commercial-free radio over mobile phones and the ability to download music to phones are the two most interesting advanced mobile services to young adults, according to a recent study.

Vendor Support Key To Big-Business Adoption Of Open Source (TechWeb)
TechWeb - At LinuxWorld, Cendant, Citigroup, and E-Trade talk about what swayed them to open source, and what it'll take for them to expand its use.

Novell reports loss, shares slip (Reuters)
Reuters - Novell Inc. on Wednesday posted a quarterly loss on restructuring charges, while revenue rose slightly from a year earlier, but shares in the software company dropped after both fell short of expectations.

Singapore leasing firm buys 20 Boeing 737s in billion-dollar deal (AFP)
AFP - Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise (SALE) has bought 20 Boeing 737s with a list price of 1.1 billion US dollars in the biggest deal of its type since the September 11, 2001, attacks.

CIA Overseeing 3-Day War Game on Internet (AP)
AP - The CIA is conducting a secretive war game, dubbed "Silent Horizon," this week to practice defending against an electronic assault on the same scale as the Sept. 11 terrorism attacks.

AAA members can look for cheap gasoline on the Web (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. drivers will have another tool available in their pursuit of low-priced gasoline this Memorial Day weekend when AAA members on Thursday gain access via AAA club Web sites to retail prices at individual service stations.

Yahoo Says Rolling Out New PhotoMail Service (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. is introducing a test version of a new service called PhotoMail that lets users insert up to 300 digital photographs into the body of an e-mail and store an unlimited numbers of photos on the Web and media company's computers.

Democrats Use the Internet for Hearings (AP)
AP - Democrats in Congress have found a new venue for unofficial hearings — the Internet.

Nokia Unveils Handheld Internet Tablet (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp. is introducing a handheld tablet for Web-browsing over a wireless broadband connection, the company's first non-phone mobile device and the latest in a long line of attempts to create a so-called "Internet appliance" for quick online access around the home.

Feds Shut Web Site in Piracy Crackdown (AP)
AP - Federal raiders. Internet pirates. Intergalactic screen adventures. The government announced a crackdown Wednesday on the theft of movies and other copyright materials that has the elements of a film plot.

Network That Illegally Provided "Star Wars" Movie Is Closed (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In a crackdown on Internet piracy, federal authorities shuttered an online network that showed the new Star Wars movie even before it appeared in theaters.

Sweden Bans Downloading Copyrighted Material From Internet (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The law, which takes effect on July 1, will try to stem the tide in a country with one of the highest rates of Internet piracy in the world.

Friendster Taps CEO Amid Market Challenges (AP)
AP - Friendster Inc., one of the biggest startups in the "social networking" niche, appointed a new chief executive Wednesday, hoping to make the company profitable and revive its status as a trendsetting Internet destination.

Earthlink Launches Personalized Portal For Non-Subscribers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Earthlink Inc. on Wednesday launched a personalized portal for non-subscribers that the Internet service provider hopes will attract customers to its high-speed service.

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