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Microsoft readies Atlas Web development framework (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft at its annual Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in September will debut a new object-oriented framework aimed at simplifying the development of client-side browser applications.

News briefs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Novell preps GroupWise 7 Novell rolled out the open beta version of its GroupWise 7 collaboration platform, which features support for Microsoft Outlook, usability enhancements, and new migration tools. GroupWise 7, due for final release in August, will let users run the Outlook client with a GroupWise back end. Version 7 provides a connector between GroupWise and either Outlook 2003 or XP. GroupWise 7 also will ship with Novell’s Suse Linux Enterprise Server.

Microsoft purchase of Claria rumored (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Insiders and some industry observers said Thursday a rumored deal between software giant Microsoft and online advertising company Claria is a long shot at best.

Microsoft tycoon Gates appears at London Live 8 to back Africa plan (AFP)
AFP - US software billionaire Bill Gates made a surprise appearance at the London leg of the Live 8 concerts, throwing his full support behind a campaign for rich nations to end poverty in Africa.

IBM Wins $850M Settlement vs. Microsoft (AP)
AP - IBM Corp. will get $775 million in cash and $75 million worth of software from Microsoft Corp. to settle claims still lingering from the federal government's antitrust case against Microsoft in the 1990s, the companies announced Friday.

Microsoft Confirms IE Security Flaw (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has confirmed a security hole in Internet Explorer that could allow an attacker to take control of a person's PC.

Microsoft, IBM Resolve Antitrust Issues (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) on Friday announced they have entered into an agreement to resolve antitrust issues between the two companies.

Microsoft settles antitrust claims with IBM (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has settled antitrust claims made by International Business Machines Corp. , agreeing to pay $775 million to IBM, the companies said on Friday.

Microsoft to pay IBM 775 million dollars in antitrust settlement (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft agreed to pay 775 million dollars to IBM in a settlement stemming from the the software giant's antitrust case with the federal government, the companies announced.

IBM, Microsoft settle antitrust case (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. will pay IBM Corp. US$775 million and give it another $75 million in credit under an antitrust settlement announced by the two companies Friday.

More Computer Classes Urged for Kids (AP)
AP - Even in a nation where most every school has Internet access and computer use often starts by nursery school, teachers of technology see a warning message flashing.

Gunshot Recognition Tech Aims to Cut Crime (AP)
AP - Police installed video surveillance cameras around town and saw Chicago's murder rate fall to its lowest level in four decades. Now the cops hope to further cut crime by not only watching, but listening, too.

China Treats Addicted Video-Game Players (AP)
AP - The 12 teenagers and young adults, some in ripped jeans and baggy T-shirts, sit in a circle, chewing gum and fidgeting as they shyly introduce themselves. "I'm 12 years old," one boy announces with a smile. "I love playing computer games. That's it." "It's been good to sleep" says another, a 17-year-old with spiky hair, now that he's no longer on the computer all day.

Students Click Their Way Through Classes (AP)
AP - An honors student at Ohio State, a kid in a fifth-grade science class in Kentucky and a deaf student in England, all begin their learning experience the same way: with their hand wrapped around a remote control.

Study: Suicide Bomb Detectors Impractical (AP)
AP - Setting up arrays of sensors in the hope of detecting suicide bombers in advance is unlikely to save many lives, according to a new study.

London Live 8's 'Hey Jude' Finale Offered (AP)
AP - London Live 8's "Hey Jude" finale led by Paul McCartney was offered as a download Monday, while the concert's opening number was topping the online charts in several countries, the distributor said.

AMD says Intel crosses the line (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - AMD’s antitrust lawsuit alleging that Intel coerced hardware vendors and retailers into using Intel’s chips has cast a giant spotlight on the world’s largest chipmaker and the way it promotes its products in the PC industry.

New wireless broadband 'whispers' below the radar (Reuters)
Reuters - A new communications tool that "whispers" on busy radio channels could enable broadband Internet services for on-the-go wireless devices or hook-up homes that cannot yet get fast Web access, its inventor said.

News briefs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Novell preps GroupWise 7 Novell rolled out the open beta version of its GroupWise 7 collaboration platform, which features support for Microsoft Outlook, usability enhancements, and new migration tools. GroupWise 7, due for final release in August, will let users run the Outlook client with a GroupWise back end. Version 7 provides a connector between GroupWise and either Outlook 2003 or XP. GroupWise 7 also will ship with Novell’s Suse Linux Enterprise Server.

Tech firms want Europe patent software law pulled (Reuters)
Reuters - European high-tech leaders said on Monday they would prefer the European Parliament to scrap a controversial software patent law rather than confuse it with dozens of amendments when it votes later this week.

More Computer Classes Urged for Kids (AP)
AP - Even in a nation where most every school has Internet access and computer use often starts by nursery school, teachers of technology see a warning message flashing.

London Live 8's 'Hey Jude' Finale Offered (AP)
AP - London Live 8's "Hey Jude" finale led by Paul McCartney was offered as a download Monday, while the concert's opening number was topping the online charts in several countries, the distributor said.

New wireless broadband 'whispers' below the radar (Reuters)
Reuters - A new communications tool that "whispers" on busy radio channels could enable broadband Internet services for on-the-go wireless devices or hook-up homes that cannot yet get fast Web access, its inventor said.

Repair work due to start on Pakistan's faulty cable (Reuters)
Reuters - Repair work at a faulty undersea fiber-optic cable that has virtually crippled Internet access in Pakistan is expected to begin later Sunday after sonic tests narrowed down the fault, officials said.

Best Live 8 Viewing Found Online (AP)
AP - In Berlin, Green Day proclaimed its majesty with a cover of Queen's "We Are the Champions" as R.E.M. performed "Man on the Moon" in London. And R.E.M. hadn't left the stage before Tim McGraw began singing "Live Like You Were Dying" in Rome. These were just a few thrilling musical moments from Live 8 that you couldn't see on live television. For the ultimate viewing experience, you needed America Online.

China Treats Addicted Video-Game Players (AP)
AP - The 12 teenagers and young adults, some in ripped jeans and baggy T-shirts, sit in a circle, chewing gum and fidgeting as they shyly introduce themselves. "I'm 12 years old," one boy announces with a smile. "I love playing computer games. That's it." "It's been good to sleep" says another, a 17-year-old with spiky hair, now that he's no longer on the computer all day.

More arrests, computers seized in FBI piracy bust (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - WASHINGTON - The Justice Department seized hundreds of computers and arrested four people in an international crackdown on Internet pirates illegally distributing copyrighted video games, software and first-run movies, such as the latest episode of ``Star Wars.''

Microsoft purchase of Claria rumored (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Insiders and some industry observers said Thursday a rumored deal between software giant Microsoft and online advertising company Claria is a long shot at best.

Today's Hackers Code for Cash, Not Chaos (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Q&A: Marc Sachs, director of the SANS Institute's Internet Storm Center, chats with Ziff Davis Internet News about network worms, browser vulnerabilities and the general state of Internet security.

Alliance Raised Hope in Fight Against Spam (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - In 2003, Meng Wong and a friend wrote a program with the bold goal of helping to save e-mail. Wong, a 29-year-old tech entrepreneur, worried that the worldwide message system was in danger of being overwhelmed by spam, phishing and other online scourges. He released the software on the Internet for everyone to use free.

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