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Judge rejects part of Novell lawsuit (Reuters)
Reuters - A federal judge has dismissed four counts in Novell Inc.'s lawsuit against Microsoft Corp., according to court documents seen on Monday.

Judge rejects part of Novell lawsuit vs. Microsoft (Reuters)
Reuters - A federal judge has dismissed four counts in Novell Inc.'s lawsuit against Microsoft Corp., according to court documents seen on Monday.

Microsoft Censors Blogs at Chinese Portal (AP)
AP - Chinese bloggers, even on foreign-sponsored sites, better chose their words carefully — the censors are watching.

Judge Tosses Parts of Novell's Antitrust Suit Against Microsoft (PC World)
PC World - Suit hinges on marketing of WordPerfect and QuattroPro software programs.

Microsoft Looks to Build Up the Windows Community (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - 'The Hive' is Microsoft's attempt to bring some of the community impetus it has generated with Channel 9, The Spoke and other developer-focused efforts to the consumer space.

Microsoft Talks About Music Subscriptions, Rivals' Stocks Yo-Yo (TechWeb)
TechWeb - News Friday that Microsoft was thinking about entering the music subscription business pushed down rival companies' stock prices.

Microsoft Picks Aruba To Rebuild Its Wireless LAN (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Aruba will provide Microsoft with equipment to centrally manage its wireless LAN, one of the largest in the world.

Microsoft weighs in on VoIP (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The ramp up of VoIP continued last week as Microsoft added its considerable weight to the technology with new products and services, and with strategic alliances with Amdocs, AT&T, and Sylantro Systems.

Microsoft joins Yahoo!, Google in censoring China's web (AFP)
AFP - Users of Microsoft's new China-based Internet portal were blocked from using the words "democracy", "freedom" and "human rights" in an apparent move by the US software giant to appease Beijing.

Microsoft Building Flexibility into Longhorn (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The forthcoming Microsoft server will permit configuring on the fly as well as boast a new error-reporting feature that monitors system health.

AOL Will Focus on Free Music, Video (AP)
AP - Free music and video will be the centerpiece of America Online Inc.'s new strategy to boost advertising revenues by moving most of its content outside its well-manicured walled gardens.

ICANN Creating Virtual Red-Light District (AP)
AP - A red-light district tentatively cleared for construction on the Internet — the ".xxx" domain — is being billed by backers as giving the $12 billion online porn industry a great opportunity to clean up its act.

Microsoft Censors Blogs at Chinese Portal (AP)
AP - Chinese bloggers, even on foreign-sponsored sites, better chose their words carefully — the censors are watching.

Man Charged for Trying to Steal User Data (AP)
AP - A man was arrested Monday for allegedly setting up a phony Internet portal site to lure victims into giving personal data, an official said. Police said it was Japan's first arrest linked to a form of identity theft called phishing.

Nokia Unveils Seven New Mobile Handsets (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp., the world's largest mobile phone maker, on Monday launched seven new handsets with increasingly accurate digital camera qualities and fast downloads of data and games from the Internet.

Borders Must Pay Calif. Tax on Web Sales (AP)
AP - An appellate court ruling against Borders Group Inc. sets a precedent that could enable California to force some major Internet retailers to start paying state sales tax for books, music and other goods sold online to state residents.

Burning Questions: What's Next for LightScribe? (PC World)
PC World - It's been six months since DVD burners with LightScribe labeling technology shipped. Where will HP take LightScribe from here?

Singapore to air Asia's first phone drama series (Reuters)
Reuters - A Singapore television station will air a romantic drama series on third-generation mobile phone handsets this month in what will be a first for Asia.

Sun releasing OpenSolaris technologies via open source (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Sun Microsystems on Tuesday is releasing a slate of technologies as part of OpenSolaris, the open source version of the Solaris 10 operating system.

News briefs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Oracle to Buy Database Vendor Oracle has agreed to buy TimesTen, which makes software for boosting the performance of database applications used for stock trading, airline reservations and other areas where fast response times are critical. Whereas customers use Oracle’s database to store large volumes of information in back-end systems, TimesTen’s products store a subset of that data in memory in the applications tier, where it can be accessed more quickly. Enterprises are warming to in-memory databases to create “real-time dashboards.”

Borders Must Pay Calif. Tax on Web Sales (AP)
AP - An appellate court ruling against Borders Group Inc. sets a precedent that could enable California to force some major Internet retailers to start paying state sales tax for books, music and other goods sold online to state residents.

Microsoft Censors Blogs at Chinese Portal (AP)
AP - Chinese bloggers, even on foreign-sponsored sites, better chose their words carefully — the censors are watching.

Services Expand World of the Internet (AP)
AP - Next time you're walking down a city sidewalk, look out for the Internet. It's all around you — and not just in the phone lines and cables running under the streets or in the airborne Wi-Fi streams. In recent months, several services have sprung up to allow a communion of the real world with the Internet, with cell phones acting as the medium.

Nokia Unveils Seven New Mobile Handsets (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp., the world's largest mobile phone maker, on Monday launched seven new handsets with increasingly accurate digital camera qualities and fast downloads of data and games from the Internet.

ICANN Creating Virtual Red-Light District (AP)
AP - A red-light district tentatively cleared for construction on the Internet — the ".xxx" domain — is being billed by backers as giving the $12 billion online porn industry a great opportunity to clean up its act.

Man Charged for Trying to Steal User Data (AP)
AP - A man was arrested Monday for allegedly setting up a phony Internet portal site to lure victims into giving personal data, an official said. Police said it was Japan's first arrest linked to a form of identity theft called phishing.

AOL Will Focus on Free Music, Video (AP)
AP - Free music and video will be the centerpiece of America Online Inc.'s new strategy to boost advertising revenues by moving most of its content outside its well-manicured walled gardens.

Blog Reaction Fast, Furious, Divided On Jackson Acquittal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Reaction on the Web ranged from exuberance to anger after former pop star Michael Jackson was found innocent of all counts in his child molestation trial.

Success Of Online Brokerages Hinges On Customer Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Studies rank Internet trading companies based on customer satisfaction with their online experiences.

Consumers Adopt Wireless Broadband in Droves (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Wireless carrier T-Mobile reports that its Wi-Fi customer base continues to grow at a steady pace, offering evidence that wireless broadband services have gained a solid foothold among both business road warriors and consumers.

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