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Little Agreement on Spyware Guidelines (AP)
AP - Many anti-spyware programs scour computer hard drives for those data-tracking files called cookies that we often get from Web visits. Microsoft Corp.'s tool does not. And there are disputes aplenty about whether certain widely used advertising programs circulating on the Internet are clean of spyware.

Future Windows Will Include RSS Support (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the next version of its Windows operating system will have built-in support for Internet data feeds, an increasingly popular way to get news and other information channeled straight to a computer.

Group Decries Microsoft Licensing Fees (AP)
AP - A high-tech trade group is accusing Microsoft Corp. of trying to wring excessive licensing fees out of its settlement of the European Union's landmark antitrust ruling against the company.

Microsoft to ship Longhorn with RSS (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Friday announced its intention to fully support the RSS Web publishing standard in its next generation version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, along with plans to help application developers more easily create RSS-enabled applications for Windows.

Microsoft Again Updates AntiSpyware Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft quietly refreshed its Windows AntiSpyware tool as it also extended the lifespan of the beta to the end of 2005.

Microsoft Raises Limits on Intellectual-Property Protection (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is offering a greater measure of legal security to its technology partners by increasing the level of intellectual-property protection it provides to PC manufacturers, systems builders and independent software vendors who use Microsoft's products.

First Look: Microsoft Offers Easy Image Management (PC World)
PC World - Digital Image Suite 2006 lets you organize and edit your photos, but it lacks the power of its competitors.

Microsoft to tie RSS instant-updates into Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's biggest software company, on Friday said it plans to add Really Simple Syndication, a popular technology for reading news and information on the Web, in its next version of Windows.

Oracle hires ex-Microsoft CFO as pres (Reuters)
Reuters - Oracle Corp. on Friday named a well-regarded dealmaker and former Microsoft Corp. chief financial officer as president and CFO to help it to pursue further software company acquisitions.

Oracle hires former Microsoft CFO as president (Reuters)
Reuters - Oracle Corp. on Friday named a well-regarded dealmaker and former Microsoft Corp. chief financial officer as president and CFO to help it to pursue further software company acquisitions.

Little Agreement on Spyware Guidelines (AP)
AP - Many anti-spyware programs scour computer hard drives for those data-tracking files called cookies that we often get from Web visits. Microsoft Corp.'s tool does not. And there are disputes aplenty about whether certain widely used advertising programs circulating on the Internet are clean of spyware.

States Bar Teen Drivers Using Cell Phones (AP)
AP - There are a few things that the average teenager absolutely must have in 21st century America — a license to drive is one, a cell phone is another. But police officers, parents, and, increasingly, lawmakers are coming to the conclusion that those essentials are a dangerous mix when combined with inexperience on the road.

Future Windows Will Include RSS Support (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the next version of its Windows operating system will have built-in support for Internet data feeds, an increasingly popular way to get news and other information channeled straight to a computer.

Major Advertisers Caught in Spyware Net (AP)
AP - Unwanted software slithered into Patti McMann's home computer over the Internet and unleashed an annoying barrage of pop-up ads that sometimes flashed on her screen faster than she could close them.

RIM Offers Few BlackBerry Outage Details (AP)
AP - Research In Motion Ltd. is offering few details about two major outages in a week with its popular BlackBerry service, which delivers e-mail to wireless devices that many users affectionately call CrackBerries.

Viruses, Security Issues Undermine Internet (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - DENVER -- E-mails were flooding in from all over the country. Something strange was going on with the Internet, alarmed computer users wrote. Google, eBay and other big sites had suddenly disappeared. Kyle Haugsness scanned the reports and entered crisis mode.

Ringtones make sweet music for record label (Reuters)
Reuters - Ringtones, those song snippets that announce incoming mobile-phone calls, are now making noise at the top of the pop charts and on the bottom line of multibillion-dollar businesses.

Verizon Wireless Expands High-Speed Network (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Verizon Wireless expands its high-speed data service in the New York metropolitan area.

IBM's Linux Strategist Explains Gluecode Deal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Adam Jollans, chief Linux strategist at the IBM Software Group, sheds light on IBM's app server strategy, Gluecode's role alongside WebSphere, and the small- and midsize-business opportunities that Gluecode creates for IBM partners in an interview with CRN Editor in Chief Michael Vizard.

Symantec, Veritas merger gets OK (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Symantec moved a giant step closer Friday to becoming the world's fourth-largest software company after shareholders approved its $10.5 billion acquisition of Veritas.

Little Agreement on Spyware Guidelines (AP)
AP - Many anti-spyware programs scour computer hard drives for those data-tracking files called cookies that we often get from Web visits. Microsoft Corp.'s tool does not. And there are disputes aplenty about whether certain widely used advertising programs circulating on the Internet are clean of spyware.

Viruses, Security Issues Undermine Internet (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - DENVER -- E-mails were flooding in from all over the country. Something strange was going on with the Internet, alarmed computer users wrote. Google, eBay and other big sites had suddenly disappeared. Kyle Haugsness scanned the reports and entered crisis mode.

eBay Frenzy (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - EBay continued to reach deeper into the e-commerce market, launching a service Thursday that allows business owners to create their own retail Web sites -- whether or not they are eBay members.

Taking care of business at eBay Live (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Ian Silverman came to the eBay Live expo this week for one thing and one thing only -- to find an easier way to upload all his product listings onto the eBay Web site.

Future Windows Will Include RSS Support (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the next version of its Windows operating system will have built-in support for Internet data feeds, an increasingly popular way to get news and other information channeled straight to a computer.

E-Commerce's Growing Pains (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - SAN JOSE -- EBay hired the B-52's rock group for a gala dinner here, sent acrobats up ropes, rented an amusement park and threw open its corporate offices yesterday to thousands of Internet sellers for behind-the-scenes tours as part of its 10th anniversary celebration.

Major Advertisers Caught in Spyware Net (AP)
AP - Unwanted software slithered into Patti McMann's home computer over the Internet and unleashed an annoying barrage of pop-up ads that sometimes flashed on her screen faster than she could close them.

Cingular considering iTunes phone - sources (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. mobile service, is considering selling a Motorola Inc. cell phone that can play music using Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes music service, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Audible Delivers Newspapers And More Over RSS (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Audible starts using RSS feeds for automatic delivery of the latest audio editions of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and other periodicals to subscribers' computers.

Microsoft to ship Longhorn with RSS (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Friday announced its intention to fully support the RSS Web publishing standard in its next generation version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, along with plans to help application developers more easily create RSS-enabled applications for Windows.

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