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Microsoft and Marvel ink online game deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it won exclusive rights to develop and publish multiplayer online games starring Marvel Enterprises Inc.'s super heroes, including Spider-man, the X-men and the Hulk.

Microsoft, Alacritech Settle Dispute (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday settled a lawsuit that claimed it planned to incorporate a patented networking technology into future versions of the Windows operating system without permission.

Microsoft's Patch Tuesday Has Critical Side (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) monthly patch release comes with warnings on this go-round. The company has noted that three of the flaws being fixed already are being exploited by malicious hackers.

Microsoft Updates Windows Automotive Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is increasing its effort to bring its operating system to the driving experience, with an announcement that a new version of its Windows Automotive software has just finished development.

Microsoft Debuts Two Hardware Devices for the Home (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced it will unveil two new hardware devices designed to make accessing PC entertainment more enjoyable.

US court upholds AT&T verdict against Microsoft (Reuters)
Reuters - A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday upheld a lower court decision that Microsoft Corp. was liable for infringing on an AT&T Corp. patent for converting speech into computer code in copies of Windows sold overseas.

South Korean anti-trust watchdog delays ruling on Microsoft (AFP)
AFP - South Korea's anti-trust watchdog delayed its ruling on US software giant Microsoft, accused of abusing its market dominance and violating fair trade rules.

Microsoft warns of software flaws in Word, Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. warned users on Tuesday of three new security flaws in its Windows and Word software and issued patches to fix the flaws, which could allow attackers to take over a computer system.

Patch Tuesday: Both Microsoft and Mozilla Issue Fixes (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft fixes IE, Word, and Windows; Mozilla patches Firefox, Thunderbird.

Microsoft Issues Critical Security Bulletins, Says Exploits Already Exist (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft releases a trio of security bulletins, all tagged as critical, two for Windows, the third for older editions of Microsoft Word.

High-Speed Internet Service War Sparks (AP)
AP - Telephone and cable TV companies are slashing broadband prices and boosting connection speeds as the two monopoly-prone industries prepare to lock horns on multiple fronts.

Apple Sales Leap 75 Percent on iPod Sales (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc.'s iPods are still churning out startling financial results for the company, boosting revenue by 75 percent and fueling record profits in the latest quarter.

Study: Web-Based Phone Service Inferior (AP)
AP - Internet-based telephone services are still very inferior to traditional phone connections in reliability and sound quality, according to an extensive study that judged Vonage and AT&T CallVantage best among the top providers.

Bank of America Toughens Web Security (AP)
AP - Bank of America Corp. is rolling out a new security system aimed at thwarting efforts by online crooks to access its customers' accounts. Passwords will no longer be enough.

Opera Web to Support BitTorrent Transfers (AP)
AP - The Opera Web browser will soon support a file-transfer tool commonly associated with online movie piracy. Christen Krogh, vice president of engineering at Opera Software ASA in Oslo, Norway, said the decision was driven partly by Opera's own distribution woes; its servers were jammed when it launched a new version of the browser in April.

Microsoft and Marvel ink online game deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it won exclusive rights to develop and publish multiplayer online games starring Marvel Enterprises Inc.'s super heroes, including Spider-man, the X-men and the Hulk.

'Grand Theft' maker blames hackers for sex scenes (Reuters)
Reuters - Hackers are responsible for a downloadable modification that enables sexually explicit minigames to be played in the blockbuster criminal adventure video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas," the game's maker said on Wednesday.

Concert review: Billy Corgan (Reuters)
Reuters - Midway through Billy Corgan's hour-plus set Tuesday at the Henry Fonda Theatre, the former Smashing Pumpkins leader introduced "special guest" drummer Jimmy Chamberlin as "formerly and presently of Smashing Pumpkins." The crowd went wild, with enough camera phones snapping pictures to replicate a T-Mobile commercial.

Mozilla Releases Second Alpha Edition of Next Stand-alone Browser (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Mozilla Foundation has posted the second alpha edition of its next stand-alone browser, for now code named "Deer Park."

SOA Software tightens security in XML VPN (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SOA Software on Wednesday announced Version 4.3 of its XML VPN product adding several new packaged security features.

Microsoft and Marvel ink online game deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it won exclusive rights to develop and publish multiplayer online games starring Marvel Enterprises Inc.'s super heroes, including Spider-man, the X-men and the Hulk.

Bank of America Toughens Web Security (AP)
AP - Bank of America Corp. is rolling out a new security system aimed at thwarting efforts by online crooks to access its customers' accounts. Passwords will no longer be enough.

Online bets predict Hispanic for Supreme Court (Reuters)
Reuters - Odds are good that an Hispanic, possibly U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, will be confirmed as the next justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, according to Internet betting sites.

Opera Web to Support BitTorrent Transfers (AP)
AP - The Opera Web browser will soon support a file-transfer tool commonly associated with online movie piracy. Christen Krogh, vice president of engineering at Opera Software ASA in Oslo, Norway, said the decision was driven partly by Opera's own distribution woes; its servers were jammed when it launched a new version of the browser in April.

Study: Web-Based Phone Service Inferior (AP)
AP - Internet-based telephone services are still very inferior to traditional phone connections in reliability and sound quality, according to an extensive study that judged Vonage and AT&T CallVantage best among the top providers.

Smart Online Debuts Human Resources Module for OneBiz Conductor (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Smart Online Inc. today announced a human resource module for its OneBiz Conductor, a software platform that helps businesses start, run, and grow using online subscription applications via a dashboard.

BofA Rolls Out New Online Security System (AP)
AP - Bank of America Corp. is rolling out a new online banking security system aimed at making it harder for cyberthieves to crack customer accounts, an effort that comes as the industry struggles with a recent string of high-profile security breaches.

AOL, XM Develop Live Entertainment Platform (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Buoyed by the vast online audience that tuned in for the Live 8 concert broadcasts, Internet portal AOL (NYSE: AOL) has hooked up with XM Satellite Radio and event promoter AEG to create a platform for delivering live entertainment to its customers.

XO Carried 1.6 Billion VoIP Minutes In Second Quarter (TechWeb)
TechWeb - XO Communications Inc. carried 1.6 billion minutes of voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) traffic across its national IP network in the second quarter of this year, representing 15% growth over the previous quarter.

US gov't seeks snooping authority on Internet in airplanes (AFP)
AFP - The US government is seeking broad authority to monitor Internet use in airplanes as part of an effort to thwart terrorist attacks, raising concerns among privacy advocates.

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