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Microsoft courts smaller businesses (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is making a major push this weekend to sell more software and services to companies that have less than 250 employees as the world's largest software maker faces slower revenue growth.

Microsoft rewards Sasser worm informants (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will pay a combined $250,000 to two people who helped track down the author of the Sasser Internet worm, which infected computers around the globe, the world's largest software maker said on Friday.

EU court transfers Microsoft case to judge panel (Reuters)
Reuters - The European Union's second highest court has taken the Microsoft antitrust case away from the judge to whom it was originally assigned and given it to a panel of 13 judges, a court official said on Friday.

Microsoft Readies Disk-Based Recovery System (PC World)
PC World - Software giant will release its data backup and recovery system later this year.

Microsoft Gets Its Groove On With New Patent (PC World)
PC World - Hints at new technology for personalizing media searches.

Microsoft, France Telecom Sign VoIP Deal (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a move that signals a continuing shift from traditional technology partnerships, software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and France Telecom (NYSE: FTE) yesterday announced an alliance that highlights Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) products.

Microsoft To Patch Critical Holes In Windows, Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will post three security bulletins, two for Windows and one for Office, next week, the software giant announced on Thursday. Two of the trio will be tagged as "critical," Microsoft's most dire threat label.

MS Patch Day: 3 Critical Bulletins on Tap (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Redmond plans to ship three high-priority security bulletins: two for the Windows operating system and one for Microsoft Office users.

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.

What's Microsoft Growing in the 'Greenhouse'? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The company's Information Worker unit is dabbling with search and other potential future products in its incubator.

Google Wins 'Typosquatting' Dispute (AP)
AP - An Internet arbitrator has awarded Google Inc. the rights to several Web site addresses that relied on typographical errors to exploit the online search engine's popularity so computer viruses and other malicious software could be unleashed on unsuspecting visitors.

Bloggers Learn Price of Telling Too Much (AP)
AP - Blogs are everywhere — increasingly, the place where young people go to bare their souls, to vent, to gossip. And often they do so with unabashed fervor and little self-editing, posting their innermost thoughts for any number of Web surfers to see.

Media Honchos Consider Online Strategies (AP)
AP - As they work to come to grips with the Internet, entertainment moguls have a very clear goal: don't let what happened to the music industry happen to the rest of the entertainment industry.

Group Blasts Video Game Over Sex Content (AP)
AP - A media watchdog group on Friday denounced the maker of the hugely popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" over graphic sexual content that allegedly exists in the game and can be unlocked with an Internet download.

Sasser Worm Creator's Sentence Suspended (AP)
AP - The teen creator of the "Sasser" Internet worm, which caused millions of dollars in damage worldwide, won't be going to jail despite his conviction Friday on charges including computer sabotage.

Sony/BMG reaches licensing deal with iMesh network (Reuters)
Reuters - Music giant Sony/BMG has reached a licensing agreement with file-swapping service iMesh, one of the first such tie-ups since a U.S. Supreme Court decision clamping down on online copyright infringement.

Games ratings board probing Grant Theft Auto:SA (Reuters)
Reuters - The industry group that sets ratings for video games is probing whether hidden features within the blockbuster title "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" allows players to make their characters engage in simulated explicit sex acts.

Net, Wi-Fi, And Now Phone Biz (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Sky Dayton's gut instincts have proved right twice -- first with Internet service provider EarthLink, and then with Wi-Fi wireless Internet technology.

Apache faces Web services security spec roadblock (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Apache officials hope to iron out licensing issues with Microsoft and IBM pertaining to the WS-Security specification, so that Apache can add the technology to its open source Axis SOAP stack.

Microsoft courts smaller businesses (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is making a major push this weekend to sell more software and services to companies that have less than 250 employees as the world's largest software maker faces slower revenue growth.

Sony/BMG reaches licensing deal with iMesh network (Reuters)
Reuters - Music giant Sony/BMG has reached a licensing agreement with file-swapping service iMesh, one of the first such tie-ups since a U.S. Supreme Court decision clamping down on online copyright infringement.

Google Wins 'Typosquatting' Dispute (AP)
AP - An Internet arbitrator has awarded Google Inc. the rights to several Web site addresses that relied on typographical errors to exploit the online search engine's popularity so computer viruses and other malicious software could be unleashed on unsuspecting visitors.

Group Blasts Video Game Over Sex Content (AP)
AP - A media watchdog group on Friday denounced the maker of the hugely popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" over graphic sexual content that allegedly exists in the game and can be unlocked with an Internet download.

Probe of Online Investigation Firms Sought (AP)
AP - A privacy rights advocacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Web sites advertising investigative services capable of digging up personal information such as phone call records are violating federal laws.

Sasser Worm Creator's Sentence Suspended (AP)
AP - The teen creator of the "Sasser" Internet worm, which caused millions of dollars in damage worldwide, won't be going to jail despite his conviction Friday on charges including computer sabotage.

Music downloads triple at pay sites: SoundScan (AFP)
AFP - The number of song downloads at authorized websites tripled among US Internet users in the first six months of 2005, compared with the same period a year ago, new data shows.

Bloggers Learn Price of Telling Too Much (AP)
AP - Blogs are everywhere — increasingly, the place where young people go to bare their souls, to vent, to gossip. And often they do so with unabashed fervor and little self-editing, posting their innermost thoughts for any number of Web surfers to see.

Media Honchos Consider Online Strategies (AP)
AP - As they work to come to grips with the Internet, entertainment moguls have a very clear goal: don't let what happened to the music industry happen to the rest of the entertainment industry.

Blogs seen as powerful new tool in U.S. court fight (Reuters)
Reuters - Political groups preparing to battle over the first U.S. Supreme Court nomination in 11 years have a powerful new tool -- Internet blogs -- to spread information quickly and influence decision makers without relying on traditional media.

Google, Hearst Invest in Power-Line Broadband (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Looking to help jumpstart a technology designed to deliver broadband access through standard electrical outlets, Internet search leader Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), communications conglomerate Hearst and financial services firm Goldman Sachs have invested in Broadband over Power Line (BPL) service provider Current Communications.

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