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Microsoft CEO Warns of Internet Dangers (AP)
AP - Computer users, beware. The head of the world's largest software company worries that consumers who make Internet purchases have become too complacent about the risks of financial fraud and stolen identity.

Microsoft works with BI vendor to embed analytics in SQL 2005 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SPSS, a provider of software for predictive analytics, unveiled the results of its behind-the-scenes work with the Microsoft database development team this week. SPSS announced a version of its statistical analysis toolset that can be embedded into the next version of Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

Monthly Update Time: Microsoft Plans to Issue 'Critical' Fixes (PC World)
PC World - Also expect update to company's Malicious Software Removal Tool.

Microsoft Grants Indonesia Amnesty on Pirated Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) will give Indonesia amnesty on pirated versions of Windows being used on government computers, in exchange for a token payment and a promise that legal software will be purchased in the future.

Microsoft To Ship EU-Compliant Windows on July 1 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has made changes to its Windows XP "N" version, developed to comply with a European Union mandate, and will ship the operating system beginning next week.

Microsoft Releases Corporate Patch Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After a number of delays, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has launched its corporate software update tool, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and Microsoft Update (MU).

Microsoft to grant pirate software amnesty to Indonesia: report (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, is to grant Indonesia an amnesty on pirated versions of its Windows program used on government computers in exchange for a token payment, a report said.

TiVo Extends Portable Video Service (AP)
AP - A new extension to TiVo Inc.'s portable video service will let mobile subscribers watch pre-recorded television shows on Windows-based handheld devices.

PDA Pundit: What's In a Name? (PC World)
PC World - PalmSource will be renaming its OS, and Microsoft wants you to think "Windows Mobile," not "Pocket PC." Should you care?

Tivo Takes Mobile TV To Windows Devices (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Tivo says its mobile service that lets consumers play cable TV shows and movies on handheld devices now runs on Microsoft's Portable Media Center software.

Microsoft CEO Warns of Internet Dangers (AP)
AP - Computer users, beware. The head of the world's largest software company worries that consumers who make Internet purchases have become too complacent about the risks of financial fraud and stolen identity.

Robots Dance, Play at World Robot Expo (AP)
AP - They could hit fastballs, draw portraits and be seen breathing. Not bad for robots. Even so, these droids of all shapes and sizes — more than 60 on display at the World Expo on Thursday — still need some work.

FCC Speeds Up Digital TV Signal Deadlines (AP)
AP - Television viewers who crave the crisp, clear pictures of digital TV got a boost Thursday when the government ordered manufacturers to include the technology in all midsize models by next spring.

Oversight Board Picks VeriSign to Run .net (AP)
AP - VeriSign Inc., a company that already exerts significant control over how people send e-mail and find Web sites, was selected this week to run the Internet's third-most popular suffix for six more years.

Goggle, Yahoo Seen Boosted by Ad Surge (AP)
AP - Shares of Internet search rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. rose Thursday, helping to lift the broader technology sector after an analyst report suggested that total online advertising could reach $12.4 billion this year.

China online game clean-up to run to September (Reuters)
Reuters - A clampdown on China's burgeoning online game industry will run until September and is aimed largely at imported titles featuring pornography, violence or gambling, the industry's regulator told Reuters.

Toshiba To Deliver HD DVD-R Discs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A partnership led by Toshiba (PNK: TOSBF.BK) is preparing to release a recordable DVD disc based on the Japanese electronics giant's HD DVD technology, putting a damper on hopes that Toshiba and Sony (NYSE: SNE) might find common ground on a single format for digital video recording.

New services link mobile users to online magazines (Reuters)
Reuters - Two companies are combining online-only glossy magazines with mobile short message texting services to link mobile handset users to Internet publications even when they are not online. The companies -- Norwegian publisher Fast Forward Media Group and Belgian technology company Allisblue -- presented their new ways of connecting consumers to publications on Thursday at a conference of European publishers.

WWDC: Apple offers WebKit Open Source Project (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Apple’s Safari team launched the WebKit Open Source Project Web site this week. The site provides source code access for the software Apple uses to create its Safari Web browser. The project will hopefully assuage the concerns of open source code advocates who felt Apple was taking too proprietary an approach with the development of its browser, which uses technology originally developed from the open source world.

Microsoft works with BI vendor to embed analytics in SQL 2005 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SPSS, a provider of software for predictive analytics, unveiled the results of its behind-the-scenes work with the Microsoft database development team this week. SPSS announced a version of its statistical analysis toolset that can be embedded into the next version of Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

Microsoft CEO Warns of Internet Dangers (AP)
AP - Computer users, beware. The head of the world's largest software company worries that consumers who make Internet purchases have become too complacent about the risks of financial fraud and stolen identity.

China online game clean-up to run to September (Reuters)
Reuters - A clampdown on China's burgeoning online game industry will run until September and is aimed largely at imported titles featuring pornography, violence or gambling, the industry's regulator told Reuters.

VeriSign to manage .net Web registry 6 more yrs (Reuters)
Reuters - VeriSign Inc., the top manager of Internet domain names that allow people to find and surf Web sites, will keep control of Internet addresses that end in .net for six more years, the group that oversees Internet address allocation said on Thursday.

Israeli family of Rabin's killer opens Web site (Reuters)
Reuters - The family of Yigal Amir, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's killer, has gone online with a Web site it hopes will win public sympathy for the assassin who is serving a life sentence in prison.

New services link mobile users to online magazines (Reuters)
Reuters - Two companies are combining online-only glossy magazines with mobile short message texting services to link mobile handset users to Internet publications even when they are not online. The companies -- Norwegian publisher Fast Forward Media Group and Belgian technology company Allisblue -- presented their new ways of connecting consumers to publications on Thursday at a conference of European publishers.

Oversight Board Picks VeriSign to Run .net (AP)
AP - VeriSign Inc., a company that already exerts significant control over how people send e-mail and find Web sites, was selected this week to run the Internet's third-most popular suffix for six more years.

Groups Sue to Overturn Utah's Porn Law (AP)
AP - Civil liberties, publishing and other groups filed a federal challenge Thursday to a Utah law that requires Internet service providers to give customers software filters for blocking pornographic Web sites.

2005 EPpy Award Winners Announced in New Orleans (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - Best Overall Newspaper-Affiliated Internet Service over 1 million Winner: NYTimes.com Finalists: Boston.com, washingtonpost.com

Goggle, Yahoo Seen Boosted by Ad Surge (AP)
AP - Shares of Internet search rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. rose Thursday, helping to lift the broader technology sector after an analyst report suggested that total online advertising could reach $12.4 billion this year.

BellSouth Rolls Out Wireless Broadband (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - BellSouth (NYSE: BLS) has announced that it will deploy wireless broadband service to select areas in Athens, Georgia. The company will roll out the service to several cities in Florida later in the year.

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