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MS Ships 'Killbit' Workaround for IE Security Hole (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Microsoft Security Response Center pushes out a registry key update to mitigate a code execution threat to Internet Explorer users; zero day exploits have been publicly released.

Go revives Microsoft charges (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Microsoft, which has spent $4.5 billion in recent years to settle legal disputes, is facing a new lawsuit -- this one from Go Computer, the 1980s-era pen computing company founded by Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur, Jerrold Kaplan.

Microsoft, France Tel upbeat on partnership hopes (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and France Telecom said on Wednesday the first product from their multimedia partnership was likely to be ready within a year and that they were confident of success in the venture.

Microsoft Offers Workaround for IE Flaw (PC World)
PC World - Software giant has not decided if it will patch the underlying problem.

Pen Computing Pioneer Says Microsoft Conspired To 'Kill' His Company (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Jerrold Kaplan, formerly with Go Computer, says he has evidence that Microsoft set out to crush his business and has filed an antitrust suit.

Microsoft: Indigo patents would not affect interoperability (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft said its willingness to file patents on its planned Indigo Web-services technology will not affect the software’s ability to interoperate with other vendors’ software.

Microsoft Upgrades Digital-Photo Software (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft launches an upgrade of its software for organizing, enhancing and sharing digital photos.

Microsoft 'Project Greenhouse' Aims To Break New Product Ground (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Information Worker unit has heated up an internal incubator to foster development of new products and businesses.

Kaplan: Microsoft Tried to Crush Startup (AP)
AP - The inventor of one of the precursors to handheld devices — an operating system that enabled computer users to write with a pen instead of a keyboard — long suspected Microsoft Corp. of crushing his business.

Go Computer founder in antitrust suit (Reuters)
Reuters - The founder of Go Computer, a pioneer of pen-based computing that was once seen as a possible alternative to Microsoft Corp.'s operating systems, filed antitrust lawsuits against Microsoft last week.

Fear of Spyware Changing Online Habits (AP)
AP - Internet users worried about spyware and adware are shunning specific Web sites, avoiding file-sharing networks, even switching browsers.

Intel Invests in Movie Distribution Firm (AP)
AP - Actor Morgan Freeman and chipmaking giant Intel Corp. are teaming up on a new venture to distribute premium movies to consumers over the Internet before the films become available on DVD.

Adobe Warns of Security Flaw to Software (AP)
AP - A security flaw in the popular document-sharing software, Adobe Reader, could be exploited to seize control of a computer system, according to the software's maker.

EU-Wide Software Patent Law Rejected (AP)
AP - The European Parliament overwhelmingly rejected a proposed law Wednesday to create a single way of patenting software across the European Union, calling instead for comprehensive rules for granting patents to inventions in all fields.

Yahoo Expanding Its Mobile Search (AP)
AP - Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc., continuing efforts to extend its reach beyond the desktop, is launching new features Thursday to help mobile phone users plumb its online search engine.

Man Charged With Stealing Wi-Fi Signal (AP)
AP - Police have arrested a man for using someone else's wireless Internet network in one of the first criminal cases involving this fairly common practice.

Report: Music Fans Still Rely on Familiar Technologies (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Despite the growing throngs of iPod-toting music fans, most U.S. consumers continue to get their tunes through tried-and-true technologies, according to a recent survey by research firm IDC.

Disney Takes Its Family-Friendly Reputation To The Airwaves (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Walt Disney Co., king of family-themed movies, will try to extend its marketing reach to family-style mobile phone services.

LG Chooses Palm Operating System for Future Smart Phone (PC World)
PC World - Could be the first phone to use new Linux-based Palm software.

EU assembly throws out bill to harmonize patents (Reuters)
Reuters - The European Parliament threw out a controversial bill to harmonize patents on software on Wednesday, dealing a blow to big technology companies that had sought to protect themselves.

Yahoo Expanding Its Mobile Search (AP)
AP - Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc., continuing efforts to extend its reach beyond the desktop, is launching new features Thursday to help mobile phone users plumb its online search engine.

Intel Invests in Movie Distribution Firm (AP)
AP - Actor Morgan Freeman and chipmaking giant Intel Corp. are teaming up on a new venture to distribute premium movies to consumers over the Internet before the films become available on DVD.

Man Charged With Stealing Wi-Fi Signal (AP)
AP - Police have arrested a man for using someone else's wireless Internet network in one of the first criminal cases involving this fairly common practice.

Group Urges Splinter Internet for Turkey (AP)
AP - A Turkish group seeking to improve communications technology is pushing the use of a splinter Internet network that might avoid control by the United States.

Fear of Spyware Changing Online Habits (AP)
AP - Internet users worried about spyware and adware are shunning specific Web sites, avoiding file-sharing networks, even switching browsers.

Google Readies Its Toolbar for Firefox (PC World)
PC World - Free toolbar, available tomorrow, matches Internet Explorer version.

Net users change habits to avoid spyware-survey (Reuters)
Reuters - Nine out of 10 Internet users say they have changed their online habits to avoid spyware and other Internet-based threats, according to a study released on Wednesday.

Yahoo adds another television exec to its ranks (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. has added another television executive to its ranks, the latest move in the Internet media giant's years-old courtship with Hollywood and television networks.

New 'Whispering' Wireless Promises Better Options for Rural Internet Users (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a world crowded with signals from pagers, cordless phones, television and other gadgets, a Florida-based company is hoping xMax, a new wireless-communications technique, will rise above the noise using just a whisper.

AOL Offers New Video-Content Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - America Online is upgrading its fledgling video-content service with the addition of new search capabilities, a new multimedia player and new content for its broad customer base.

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