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Microsoft Begs To Be Hacked (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) recently invited hackers to descend upon Redmond for a chance to exploit Windows code openly. The event was billed as "Blue Hat" in reference to the popular Black Hat conferences that provide a public forum for security professionals and the hacking community to interface.

Microsoft Builds Its Own Peer-to-Peer App (PC World)
PC World - System, called Avalanche, is similar to the BitTorrent file swapping service.

Microsoft previews Web services pack (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft reports it has had approximately 15,000 downloads of an early version of its WSE (Web Services Enhancements) 3.0 package, which features turnkey security profiles and interoperability with the company’s upcoming Indigo Web services deployment technology.

Microsoft Sues Retailers over Counterfeit Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has filed lawsuits against five companies that allegedly distributed counterfeit software.

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 Sues Four Companies In Counterfeit Software Sales (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has filed four lawsuits against companies in California and Virginia for allegedly distributing counterfeit or illicit software.

Researchers Stymied By Microsoft Vulnerability (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Computer security researchers are still perplexed by one of the vulnerabilities patched this week by Microsoft.

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

Microsoft Tool Squashes Mytob, Kelvir Worms (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft updates its Windows Malicious Software Tool as part of the monthly security bulletin roll-out.

Cell Phones Now Playing Role of Wallet (AP)
AP - Already a device of multiple disguises, from camera to music player and mini-TV, the cell phone's next trick may be the disappearing wallet.

Report: Google to Start New Payment System (AP)
AP - Online search-engine leader Google Inc. is preparing to introduce an electronic payment system later this year in a move that would pose a financial threat to one of its biggest advertisers, Internet auctioneer eBay Inc.

Blackberry Network Down for Hours (AP)
AP - The BlackBerry e-mail service suffered a nationwide outage Friday morning, but the nearly four-hour disruption only appeared to affect devices connected to certain types of cellular networks.

Review: Phone-Based Time Clock Works (AP)
AP - Many new cell phones come so tricked out with extra features that devising reasons to use them all can be quite a chore. So it was a pleasant surprise to encounter a simple new tool for Verizon Wireless phones called Timecard that actually enhances — rather than saps — productivity.

Copyright-Worried Photo Labs Spurn Jobs (AP)
AP - Charlie Morgan says that if it weren't for digital photography, he wouldn't have a bustling business that specializes in publicity shots for musicians. That's because Morgan — perhaps being a bit modest — says he's not a very good photographer. He relies on Photoshop editing software to make his work look sharp.

PluggedIn: Online calendars make appt with Web (Reuters)
Reuters - After becoming popular during the Internet's heyday in the late nineties, the online calendars that people used to track appointments and events got dated.

P2P sites prepare legit bows (Reuters)
Reuters - With a Supreme Court ruling in the Grokster case believed to be imminent, proponents of commercial peer-to-peer networks are busily preparing new legitimate services.

Sprint, Verizon opening doors to mobile content (Reuters)
Reuters - Sprint and Verizon Wireless may soon lower the walls on their networks, allowing their subscribers greater access to third-party content, including ringtones and graphics.

Sleepycat Revs Up Open-Source Java Database (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The software company's Berkeley DB Java Edition 2.0 offers JTA support, increased storage efficiency and support for 64-bit platforms.

Shareholder Sues Adobe over Macromedia Plans (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Plaintiff Steve Staehr, who has filed shareholder suits in the past, sues Adobe Systems' board of directors, claiming that the company's plan to buy Macromedia breaches its duty to shareholders.

Report: Google to Start New Payment System (AP)
AP - Online search-engine leader Google Inc. is preparing to introduce an electronic payment system later this year in a move that would pose a financial threat to one of its biggest advertisers, Internet auctioneer eBay Inc.

PluggedIn: Online calendars make appt with Web (Reuters)
Reuters - After becoming popular during the Internet's heyday in the late nineties, the online calendars that people used to track appointments and events got dated.

ISPs Attempt to Stop Public Broadband (PC World)
PC World - Cable and DSL providers battle cities that want to offer access to residents.

AOL Building Free Portal To Make Its Content Pay (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - In its latest reinvention, AOL is opening up much of its content and services to the outside world in the hope of earning a bigger piece of the expanding online-advertising pie, a key goal for the Time Warner unit as its subscriber numbers continue to decline.

AOL Readies Amped-Up Web Portal (PC World)
PC World - Hopes to join MSN and Yahoo as online powerhouse.

Google Takes Search Mobile (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) has rolled out a beta version of a search tool specifically designed for mobile phones. For some time, the company has had a portal through which wireless phone users can access the mammoth search engine.

Yahoo Tests Subscription-Based Search Engine (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) has teamed with a handful of subscription-based publishers to beta launch an engine that can search their access-restricted sites.

State offers to prepare more taxes next year (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - California taxpayers who hate filling out tax returns might be in luck next tax season. If their tax returns are simple enough, the state will offer to fill out the forms for them. All they'll have to do is sign -- or click online -- and pay what's due.

In Brief: Boeing's Connexion service takes to the sea (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The Boeing Co.'s Connexion by Boeing satellite-delivered Internet service picked up two new clients this week. Austrian Airlines Group will install the service on its long-haul fleet, while Teekay Shipping said it will install the service on some of its ships. Austrian Airlines will install the in-flight broadband Internet service to three of its Boeing 777 aircraft and three of its Boeing 767s beginning in early 2006. Austrian Airlines becomes the third European airline to sign up for the service, after Germany's Lufthansa and SAS' Scandinavian Airline Systems. Connexion by Boeing uses satellites to provide high-speed data connections between aircraft and ground stations linked to the Internet. The connection speed is typically about 5Mbps downstream to the aircraft and 1Mbps upstream to the Internet. The deal with Teekay Shipping marks Boeing's first success in the maritime sector. Teekay will install the broadband Internet service on 50 of the its ships. The maritime service will deliver a 5Mbps downstream connection and a 256Kbps upstream service. It will support Internet access, e-mail, corporate intranet access, and other data services.

If you know some tricks, great seats are not a problem (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - It seemed simple: Try four different ways of buying tickets to a Toby Keith show - Web site, fan club, in line or by phone - to test which method worked best for scoring seats for a hot concert.

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