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Change proposed in EU Microsoft case (Reuters)
Reuters - The top judge of the European Union's second-highest court has proposed changing judges in the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case, according to a letter sent to all parties in the case.

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."

Programming Jobs Losing Luster in U.S. (AP)
AP - As an eager freshman in the fall of 2001, Andrew Mo's career trajectory seemed preordained: He'd learn C++ and Java languages while earning a computer science degree at Stanford University, then land a Silicon Valley technology job. The 22-year-old Shanghai native graduated this month with a major in computer science and a minor in economics. But he no longer plans to write code for a living, or even work at a tech company.

Spokane Mayor Debates Privacy Online (AP)
AP - After what Mayor James West called his "brutal outing" by a newspaper that published transcripts of his conversations from a gay chat room, he complained in an e-mail to the city's commission on race relations. West asked: "Should we all fear that our private conversations will be splashed publicly and out of context for all in our sphere to see?" The answer, Internet privacy advocates say, is "yes."

E-Mail Embarrasses 119 Failing Students (AP)
AP - More than 100 students who failed their classes at the University of Kansas last semester found out who shared their misfortune. The school's Office of Student Financial Aid sent an e-mail to 119 students Monday notifying them that they were in jeopardy of having their aid revoked.

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. After all, since more than a quarter of the people on the planet already carry around cell phones, and hundreds of millions are joining them every year, why should they bring along credit and debit cards when a mobile device can make payments just as well?

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.

Google plans pay service to rival PayPal -WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. this year plans to offer an electronic-payment service that could help the Internet-search company diversify its revenue and may heighten competition with eBay Inc.'s PayPal unit, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

Technology turns airline seat into personalized in-flight office (AFP)
AFP - Chatting on a cell phone, surfing the Net from a laptop and watching video-on-demand will soon all become part of the standard flying experience, even in economy class, say exhibitors at the weeklong 46th Paris Air Show.

France Telecom Denies Takeover Bid Report (AP)
AP - France Telecom has denied a British newspaper report that it was planning a $7.3 billion takeover of British rival Cable & Wireless.

MS Office XML Formats Not OK with GNU (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's insistence that users of the Open XML format attribute it in their code renders the license not truly open source, experts say.

Adobe Systems' profit up 37% on Acrobat and Photoshop sales (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Adobe Systems said Thursday that its second-quarter profit rose 37 percent as the San Jose maker of Acrobat and Photoshop reported strong sales of its most popular software.

Google plans pay service to rival PayPal -WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. this year plans to offer an electronic-payment service that could help the Internet-search company diversify its revenue and may heighten competition with eBay Inc.'s PayPal unit, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

Sony, Warner Bros. strike online games agreements (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Corp. and Time Warner Inc.'s gaming units announced on Friday long-term licensing deals that move development and distribution of "The Matrix Online" to Sony Online Entertainment and also give it rights to make a multiplayer game with DC Comics super heroes.

In Caucasus enclave, Internet puts young in touch with outside world (AFP)
AFP - For 15-year-old Albert, who lives in Nagorno Karabakh, the Internet is an exciting venue for meeting people of his own age from any nation but one, Azerbaijan, which remains dead against any moves to have the enclave recognised as an independent state.

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.

Google To Offer E-Payment Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google Inc. plans to offer this year an electronic-payment service that may compete with EBay Inc.'s PayPal unit, it was reported Friday.

Ourmedia Looks To Bring Video To Social Networking (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Ourmedia.org, a not-for-profit group based in the San Francisco Bay area, is among those websites looking to let people share and discuss their videos and other creative works online.

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.

Thomson Gale Helps Libraries With The Web (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Thomson Gale, which provides online access to articles found in newspapers, journals and magazines, unveils a service that's meant to drive more web traffic to local libraries.

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