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Microsoft To Build Web-Based 'Communicator' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Due to beta this summer, details are sketchy on Communicator Web Access. Sources say not to expect VoIP, but the software will run on non-Microsoft browsers.

Microsoft Enlists OneCare Security Service Testers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft opens up its OneCare security subscription service to beta testing, taking applications on its Web site.

Microsoft Lays Down Law On German Spammer (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's German unit announces that it had sued an unnamed company in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia for spamming the U.S.-based company's Hotmail service.

Microsoft: No New Sybari Sales for Unix, Linux (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The company completes its purchase of Sybari and announces plans to discontinue new sales of the enterprise anti-virus product for Unix and Linux platforms.

BitTorrent Creator Dismisses Microsoft P2P Project (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft says its "Avalanche" protocol will make it easier to download large, legal files.

Microsoft Offers to 'Block' Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - As it did with Windows XP Service Pack 2, Microsoft is making available to enterprise users a blocking tool that will temporarily halt SP1 downloads.

Microsoft issues beta of Communicator Web Access (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - NEW YORK -- Microsoft next month will release a beta version of a forthcoming product dubbed Microsoft Office Communicator Web Access, an official said during an interview at the Collaborative Technologies Conference here.

Vietnam PM meets Microsoft's Bill Gates (Reuters)
Reuters - Vietnamese Prime Minister Phan Van Khai pledged to combat software piracy during talks with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on Monday as he became the most senior official of the communist state to visit the United States since the Vietnam war ended 30 years ago.

Microsoft Launches MSN Local Search (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The feature provides the listings of local sites and a map with "virtual pushpins" for each location.

Microsoft's Peabody Smart Phone Nears Completion (PC World)
PC World - Low-cost phone uses the Windows Mobile 5 operating system.

Microchip Pioneer Jack Kilby Dies at 81 (AP)
AP - Nobel laureate Jack Kilby, whose 1958 invention of the integrated circuit ushered in the modern electronics age and made possible the microprocessor, has died after a battle with cancer.

Common Sense May Prevent Credit Card Fraud (AP)
AP - You may not be able to keep hackers or dishonest employees out of your credit card processors' office, but you can keep thieves from filching your credit card information from the garbage.

Security Flaw Exposes CVS Purchase Data (AP)
AP - A security hole that allowed easy access to the purchase information of millions of CVS Corp.'s loyalty card customers prompted the company to pull Internet access to the data on Tuesday.

Theft Indicates Hackers' Increasing Power (AP)
AP - The numbers involved in the latest high-stakes cybercrime are astonishing: Burrowing into a payment-processing company's computers, a hacker apparently stole data on 200,000 credit and debit accounts and had access to 40 million.

CEO Says Google Won't Compete With PayPal (AP)
AP - Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt on Tuesday denied recent media and analyst reports that the online search engine leader is gearing up to compete directly with eBay Inc.'s pioneering PayPal service, although he acknowledged some kind of electronic payment product is in the works.

Filth forces US newspaper to block readers from writing online editorials (AFP)
AFP - US newspaper the Los Angeles Times has cancelled a novel online experiment that allowed readers to rewrite editorials after it was flooded with pornography and foul language, it said.

Divided Hollywood actors reject video game deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood's bitterly divided actors union, the Screen Actors Guild, rejected on Tuesday a recently negotiated contract with the video game industry.

Dialed In: Top 10 Cell Phone Wish List (PC World)
PC World - What's wrong with my mobile phone? I can think of ten things that carriers and handset manufacturers need to fix.

EBay Launches Site For Open-Source Developers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EBay launches an online forum for open-source developers interested in accessing source code for various tools and sample applications for adding EBay services to web applications.

Cisco networks to work closer with applications (Reuters)
Reuters - Cisco Systems Inc. on Tuesday launched technology to make computer networks smarter, faster and more secure by making the equipment that directs data link better with the software applications that use it.

Filth forces US newspaper to block readers from writing online editorials (AFP)
AFP - US newspaper the Los Angeles Times has cancelled a novel online experiment that allowed readers to rewrite editorials after it was flooded with pornography and foul language, it said.

CEO Says Google Won't Compete With PayPal (AP)
AP - Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt on Tuesday denied recent media and analyst reports that the online search engine leader is gearing up to compete directly with eBay Inc.'s pioneering PayPal service, although he acknowledged some kind of electronic payment product is in the works.

Google developing online payment system: CEO (Reuters)
Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. is developing an online payment system but not a direct rival to eBay Inc.'s PayPal, Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Tuesday.

Online Travel Shoppers Split Between Airlines, Agency Websites (TechWeb)
TechWeb - While more than half of online travel shoppers begin their search with a travel agency, they're evenly split between those sites and ones from airlines when it comes time to book flights, a research firm said Tuesday.

EBay Launches Site For Open-Source Developers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EBay launches an online forum for open-source developers interested in accessing source code for various tools and sample applications for adding EBay services to web applications.

MSN Tests New Local Search Services (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. is testing a local-search service on its MSN portal that includes directory information on businesses and residences, corresponding maps and aerial images.

Iran's web censorship among world's strictest: report (AFP)
AFP - Iran has among the strictest Internet censorship in the world, blocking access to sexual content, political websites, information on women's rights and "blogs," a study by Internet researchers showed.

Orchestria Debuts New Version Of Its Compliance Software (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Orchestria 4.0 offers and updated policy library, and support for Web-blogging.

IE, Firefox Spoofable, Again (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Internet Explorer and Firefox can be spoofed by hackers intent on stealing passwords or other confidential information, a security firm says.

Microsoft Enlists OneCare Security Service Testers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft opens up its OneCare security subscription service to beta testing, taking applications on its Web site.

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