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Microsoft Releases Three Security Patches (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. released three security bulletins Tuesday to fix flaws that could let an attacker take complete control over a computer system.

Chinese Target Web's 'Prohibited Language' (AP)
AP - Chinese bloggers, even on foreign-sponsored sites, had better choose their words carefully — the censors are watching.

Microsoft Patches Critical Bugs in IE, Windows (PC World)
PC World - Updates close holes that could allow attackers complete control of your PC.

Microsoft announces 3 'critical' software patches (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, warned users of three new security flaws affecting Windows and Internet Explorer and urged them to download patches to fix the software.

Microsoft 4, Novell 2 (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Upon the dismissal of several antitrust claims potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars, most companies would be hitting the PR wires immediately with a big dose of "I told you so," or "Whew, we're not going to go bankrupt!" But for tech's whipping boy and courtroom regular Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News), it's just a little bit of good news, if it's good news at all.

Microsoft under fire for censoring China blogs (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s new MSN China Internet venture is censoring words such as "freedom," "democracy" and "human rights" on its free online journals, Microsoft said on Tuesday, putting itself in the middle of a major Web controversy.

Judge Allows Microsoft Suit to Proceed (AP)
AP - A federal judge threw out four of Novell Inc.'s six antitrust claims against Microsoft Corp. but ruled that the case could proceed.

In Brief: Entuity releases EYE 4.0 network management suite (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Entuity announced the release of Eye of the Storm (EYE) Version 4.0, its network management suite offering fault, performance, and inventory management in an integrated solution. Entuity has enhanced EYE's reporting capabilities, adding a new Port Availability Report to detail availability and reachability for managed ports. Automated delivery by e-mail is now available for all Essential and Flex Reports. EYE 4.0 also includes a new module that adds support for Cisco CallManager, the call-processing component of the Cisco IP Telephony solution, making VoIP implementations and post-deployment optimization easier. Other enhancements in Version 4.0 include support for IBM's BladeCenter. EYE 4.0 is currently in beta testing. It will be available at the end of June, and runs on Microsoft Windows 2003, Sun Solaris, and RedHat Linux.

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.

Yahoo! Buys Internet Phone Provider (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. said Tuesday it had acquired DialPad Communications Inc., a 6-year-old company whose software lets people to place calls over the Internet for a fraction of the cost of regular telephone service.

McDonald's Flagship Aims at the Hip (AP)
AP - Just outside its wooded headquarters campus, McDonald's Corp. is offering sneak previews of its fast-food future.

Chinese Target Web's 'Prohibited Language' (AP)
AP - Chinese bloggers, even on foreign-sponsored sites, had better choose their words carefully — the censors are watching.

Microsoft Releases Three Security Patches (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. released three security bulletins Tuesday to fix flaws that could let an attacker take complete control over a computer system.

Free Music, Video to Become AOL's Focus (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.

Poll: Most Want U.S. to Make Internet Safe (AP)
AP - Most Americans believe the government should do more to make the Internet safe, but they don't trust the federal institutions that are largely responsible for creating and enforcing laws online, according to a new industry survey.

Sirius to supply music to Sprint phones (Reuters)
Reuters - Sirius Satellite Radio on Tuesday said it reached a deal to supply music channels to telecommunications company Sprint Corp. in a mobile phone service to be introduced later this year.

Rediff eyes India mobile boom, global user base (Reuters)
Reuters - India-based Internet portal Rediff.com hopes to ride the mobile phone boom in India to grow its revenues, but is also enhancing its products to attract an audience beyond Indians at home and abroad, its chairman said on Tuesday.

In Brief: Entuity releases EYE 4.0 network management suite (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Entuity announced the release of Eye of the Storm (EYE) Version 4.0, its network management suite offering fault, performance, and inventory management in an integrated solution. Entuity has enhanced EYE's reporting capabilities, adding a new Port Availability Report to detail availability and reachability for managed ports. Automated delivery by e-mail is now available for all Essential and Flex Reports. EYE 4.0 also includes a new module that adds support for Cisco CallManager, the call-processing component of the Cisco IP Telephony solution, making VoIP implementations and post-deployment optimization easier. Other enhancements in Version 4.0 include support for IBM's BladeCenter. EYE 4.0 is currently in beta testing. It will be available at the end of June, and runs on Microsoft Windows 2003, Sun Solaris, and RedHat Linux.

IBM Opens Fifth Software Center in India (AP)
AP - IBM Corp. on Tuesday opened its fifth software development center in India and announced plans to hire 1,000 programmers in the new center by the end of 2005.

Poll: Most Want U.S. to Make Internet Safe (AP)
AP - Most Americans believe the government should do more to make the Internet safe, but they don't trust the federal institutions that are largely responsible for creating and enforcing laws online, according to a new industry survey.

Yahoo! Buys Internet Phone Provider (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. said Tuesday it had acquired DialPad Communications Inc., a 6-year-old company whose software lets people to place calls over the Internet for a fraction of the cost of regular telephone service.

Free Music, Video to Become AOL's Focus (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.

Chinese Target Web's 'Prohibited Language' (AP)
AP - Chinese bloggers, even on foreign-sponsored sites, had better choose their words carefully — the censors are watching.

Calif. man arrested for threats against tech firm (Reuters)
Reuters - A California man was arrested on Tuesday for making threats against employees of UTStarcom Inc. and posting messages on an Internet site intended to manipulate the stock price of the communications gear maker, the U.S. attorney's office said.

Top ISPs host most infected computers, report says (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet "zombie" attacks that attempt to knock computer systems offline are more likely to come from users of America Online than any other source, according to a report released by a security company on Tuesday.

EBay Withdraws Tickets for Live 8 Concert (AP)
AP - The Internet auction site eBay will withdraw tickets for the London Live 8 concert from sale, a company official said Tuesday, after organizer Bob Geldof said the sale was despicable. The concert was organized to highlight poverty in Africa, and the tickets are free.

NY library debuts digital audio books: no iPods (Reuters)
Reuters - Kafka novels, the Bible, and hundreds of other audio books will be available for digital download at the New York Public Library's Web site this week, but none of the files will work with an iPod.

Internet auction site eBay scraps Live8 ticket sales (AFP)
AFP - The Internet auction site eBay bowed to pressure and stopped selling tickets for the London Live8 concert to increase awareness of African poverty due to be held on July 2.

Microsoft announces 3 'critical' software patches (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, warned users of three new security flaws affecting Windows and Internet Explorer and urged them to download patches to fix the software.

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