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Microsoft: New Netscape Breaks IE (PC World)
PC World - Netscape 8 disables the XML rendering capabilities of Internet Explorer, software giant says.

Microsoft Puts Spam-Fighting Tools in Hands of ISPs, Users (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The MSN Hotmail purveyor is attacking domain spoofing and spam filtering from a number of angles, including Sender ID authentication and e-mail traffic reporting.

Microsoft Takes on Spam with New Hotmail Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft on Thursday announced new MSN Hotmail tools and services designed to expand e-mail industry collaboration in fighting spam -- MSN Postmaster and Smart Network Data Services.

Microsoft opens MSN portal for China Web surfers (Reuters)
Reuters - Software giant Microsoft Corp. on Thursday launched MSN China, a Chinese-language Web portal with content provided by Chinese partners, to tap deeper into the world's second-largest Internet market.

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.

Intel Launches Dual-Core Chips for PCs (AP)
AP - Intel Corp. unveiled its first mainstream home PC microprocessor with two computing engines on a single chip Thursday and vowed to sell millions of them by the end of the year.

Yahoo Testing E-Mail Service for Photos (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. is testing an e-mail service that will let people share digital photos without the hassle of often cumbersome attachments that hog storage space and bandwidth.

Ask Jeeves Improves Response Time (AP)
AP - Question: What well-known Internet search engine continues to lag industry leaders no matter how smart it becomes? Answer: Ask Jeeves Inc.

Court Hears Falwell Web Domain Arguments (AP)
AP - A Web site critical of the Rev. Jerry Falwell's views on gays contains constitutionally protected, noncommercial speech and should be allowed to keep its name — a common misspelling for the conservative evangelist, a lawyer for the site owner argued Thursday.

Review: Cooking Up Recipes Online (AP)
AP - I had six pounds of rhubarb, 40-plus cookbooks and a computer. Where to look for a recipe? Despite the cookbooks, I find the Web is often the best place to satisfy a food craving or help me figure out what's for dinner.

Microsoft: New Netscape Breaks IE (PC World)
PC World - Netscape 8 disables the XML rendering capabilities of Internet Explorer, software giant says.

Mad as hell, switching to Mac (MacCentral)
MacCentral - This is my first column written on a Mac - ever. Maybe I should have done it a long time ago, but I never said I was smart, just obstinate. I was a PC bigot.

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.

Nokia Launches Linux-Based Internet Tablet Device (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Nokia (NYSE: NOK) is venturing into new turf with the introduction of a portable Internet device that does not have a phone, gambling that there is sufficient demand for yet another product for mobile browsing and e-mail access.

Computer Associates to restate results (Reuters)
Reuters - Software maker Computer Associates International Inc. on Thursday said it would modify five years of financial statements after finding 10 improper contracts in past periods following a $2.2 billion restatement last year.

Court Hears Falwell Web Domain Arguments (AP)
AP - A Web site critical of the Rev. Jerry Falwell's views on gays contains constitutionally protected, noncommercial speech and should be allowed to keep its name — a common misspelling for the conservative evangelist, a lawyer for the site owner argued Thursday.

Ask Jeeves Improves Response Time (AP)
AP - Question: What well-known Internet search engine continues to lag industry leaders no matter how smart it becomes? Answer: Ask Jeeves Inc.

Review: Cooking Up Recipes Online (AP)
AP - I had six pounds of rhubarb, 40-plus cookbooks and a computer. Where to look for a recipe? Despite the cookbooks, I find the Web is often the best place to satisfy a food craving or help me figure out what's for dinner.

Microsoft: New Netscape Breaks IE (PC World)
PC World - Netscape 8 disables the XML rendering capabilities of Internet Explorer, software giant says.

Homeland Security can't stop online threats - GAO (Reuters)
Reuters - Department of Homeland Security staffing problems and a lack of authority are hampering its efforts to protect the country from Internet-based attacks, according to a congressional report released on Thursday.

CIA war game simulates major Internet attack (Reuters)
Reuters - The CIA is conducting a cyber-war game this week geared to simulate a major Internet attack by enemy computer hackers, an intelligence official said Thursday.

Media watchdog sounds alarm on Ukraine Internet ruling (AFP)
AFP - A media watchdog criticized as censorship a Ukrainian government decree on Internet sites that bans swear words, insults and calls for the violent overthrow of power.

Nokia Launches Linux-Based Internet Tablet Device (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Nokia (NYSE: NOK) is venturing into new turf with the introduction of a portable Internet device that does not have a phone, gambling that there is sufficient demand for yet another product for mobile browsing and e-mail access.

Yahoo Tests Photo-Sharing Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Web search engine provider Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) has rolled out a beta version of a photo-sharing tool that integrates closely with its Web-based e-mail service.

Ask Jeeves Intros Two New Search Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Ask Jeeves (Nasdaq: ASKJ) has introduced two new products for its site in an attempt to speed search results and give more relevant answers to user questions.

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