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Microsoft sues 4 retailers over pirated software (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has sued four online retailers in California and Virginia for selling pirated software, the world's largest software maker said on Wednesday.

Microsoft sues U.S. stores over pirated software (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. sued four small software retailers in California and Virginia on Wednesday for selling pirated software.

Microsoft Patches 10 Vulnerabilities (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has released patches for 10 vulnerabilities in its monthly security round, known as "Patch Tuesday."

Watchdog group 'disgusted' at Microsoft cooperation with China censors (AFP)
AFP - Media watchdog Reporters Without Borders said it was "disgusted" with US software giant Microsoft for working with China to censor politically sensitive content on the Internet.

Microsoft Shares More Clues About Longhorn Server (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Longhorn Server Beta 1 looks likely to hit by August. And Microsoft is considering a future home version of its Windows Server product, too.

Microsoft Said to Train Bangladesh Youths (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will provide computer training to more than 2,000 disadvantaged youths in rural Bangladesh over the next year, a news report said Wednesday.

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 Patches 12 Vulnerabilities, New SMB Bug "Definitely Serious" (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft rolls out 10 security bulletins that covered 12 vulnerabilities, and offers its monthly patch batch using revamped update services.

Fla. City Tests Parking Meter Technology (AP)
AP - Drivers lacking coins now may use cell phones to feed parking meters in Coral Gables, purportedly the first city in the country to offer such a service.

BT Unveils Mobile Phone-Landline Handset (AP)
AP - BT Group PLC unveiled its attempt to bridge the landline and wireless divide Wednesday, launching a service that operates as a cell phone connection outside and automatically switches to an Internet-based call once a user enters the home or office.

TV Maker Sees Appliance As Artwork (AP)
AP - Imagine owning a television set that looks and feels like a baseball, a cello or even the horse-drawn coach that whisked Cinderella to the ball. Hannspree Inc., a Taiwan-based TV maker, is preparing to offer such designs as it launches U.S. operations this summer.

Inventor Launches a Longer-Lasting Camera (AP)
AP - An inventor says he has come up with a better way to keep tabs on children, homes and other property: a wireless security camera that can go months without a change of batteries.

Hackers Run Unauthorized Programs on PSP (AP)
AP - Gaming enthusiasts have figured out how to run unauthorized programs and games on the U.S. version of Sony Corp.'s new handheld game console.

Microsoft sues 4 retailers over pirated software (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has sued four online retailers in California and Virginia for selling pirated software, the world's largest software maker said on Wednesday.

REVIEW: XM Traffic Service Data Deficient (AP)
AP - Acutely mindful that I would easily be doubling my commute time home to the suburbs, I nevertheless agreed to put to the test the first aftermarket roadway navigation system with XM Satellite Radio's traffic-monitoring service.

Liberty Media to Buy UnitedGlobalCom (AP)
AP - In what became the first and last annual meeting of Liberty Media International Inc., shareholders on Wednesday approved the acquisition of UnitedGlobalCom Inc. to create one of the largest broadband communications companies outside the United States.

Top Open-Source Security Applications (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Those responsible for enterprise security are increasingly turning to open-source applications in lieu of security products based on proprietary code -- and for many good reasons.

Software giants announce upgrades (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Sticking to the promise made when it acquired PeopleSoft earlier this year, Oracle announced this week a significant upgrade for users of the JD Edwards World solution in the form of an A7.3 Service Pack 16. In addition, Oracle talked about the roadmap for Project Fusion, which will integrate PeopleSoft Enterprise, Oracle E-Business Suite, and the JD Edwards solutions into a single application.

BT Unveils Mobile Phone-Landline Handset (AP)
AP - BT Group PLC unveiled its attempt to bridge the landline and wireless divide Wednesday, launching a service that operates as a cell phone connection outside and automatically switches to an Internet-based call once a user enters the home or office.

Microsoft sues 4 retailers over pirated software (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has sued four online retailers in California and Virginia for selling pirated software, the world's largest software maker said on Wednesday.

Internet fuels risky sex in gay, bisexual men-study (Reuters)
Reuters - Gay and bisexual men who meet partners over the Internet are more likely to engage in risky sex but have a greater tendency to do so with people who have the same HIV status, a U.S. study said on Wednesday.

Maria Schneider Wins Top Jazz Album (AP)
AP - Maria Schneider took a big risk last year when she released her orchestral jazz album, "Concert in the Garden," exclusively through her own Web site in partnership with ArtistShare, a new Internet-based music delivery service. But her gamble in bypassing the traditional record label-distributor-retail store chain has paid off big time.

Survey finds ID theft fears hurt online shopping (Reuters)
Reuters - Nearly half of U.S. voters say they don't shop online because they fear identity thieves may capture their bank-account information, according to a survey released on Wednesday by a technology-industry trade group.

Yahoo Grabs VoIP Provider, Blog Site (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Internet portal Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) is extending its reach further into Internet calling and blogging services with two acquisitions designed to meet offerings being rolled out by its competitors.

Trend Micro Buys Antispam Vendor Kelkea (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Aiming to expand its ability to fight pharming and phishing, and broaden its antispam portfolio, Trend Micro (Nasdaq: TMIC) has acquired Kelkea, a firm focused on Internet Protocol (IP) filtering.

Vodafone to offer WiFi in Germany with The Cloud (Reuters)
Reuters - Vodafone will join forces with British wireless Internet provider The Cloud to offer Wi-Fi wireless broadband Internet in Germany, the companies said in a joint press release.

Ericsson and Napster Team on Mobile Music (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Telecommunications supplier Ericsson (Nasdaq: ERICY) and online music service Napster have announced a partnership in which they will develop a digital music service for mobile operators.

Survey: Net Security Efforts Fall Short (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A nationwide poll by the Cyber Security Industry Alliance (CSIA) reveals that U.S. Internet users are increasingly wary of Internet security threats and are looking to the government, as well as the I.T. industry, to protect them.

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