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Microsoft, 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, Marvel Got Game (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - It seems like once again, Marvel's (NYSE: MVL - News) getting into the game -- this time, by teaming up with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) in an exclusive deal to put Marvel characters into massively multiplayer online games developed for Microsoft's next-generation Xbox 360 console. Marvel's cast of 5,000 characters includes such well-known names as Spider-Man, the X-Men, and the Fantastic Four.

Microsoft Denies Special Deals with Open-Source Community (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) officials denied yesterday that the software giant will collaborate with open-source software developers to run Microsoft's products on top of other operating systems such as Linux.

Microsoft Settles with Alacritech over Longhorn Networking (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has settled a patent dispute with start-up firm Alacritech, freeing the Redmond behemoth to continue development on a major networking feature in Longhorn.

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.

Sharp Develops 'Two-Way Viewing-Angle' LCD (AP)
AP - At last, a way to end squabbles over which TV channel to watch — without buying a second set. Sharp Corp. has developed a liquid-crystal display that shows totally different images to people viewing the screen from the left and the right.

Internet Audio Craze Spurs a Land Grab (AP)
AP - The runaway popularity of blogging, which has turned everyday people into online news outlets, caught the media establishment off guard. The industry is trying not to make the same mistake with podcasting — which lets nearly anyone "broadcast" on the Internet.

Cost-Conscious Dell Branches Out on Style (AP)
AP - From boring old beige computer cases to the more recent gray and black models, style isn't a word often associated with computer maker Dell Inc. But as the company continues to push into consumer products with plasma televisions and digital music players, it's adding a dash of flash to a revamped lineup of desktop and notebook computers.

U.N. Panel Presents 4 Internet Options (AP)
AP - A U.N. panel created to recommend how the Internet should be run in the future has failed to reach consensus but did agree that no single country should dominate.

Competition Slashing Costs of Broadband (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.

Review: Podcasting Easy for Everyone (AP)
AP - My introduction to podcasting — the convergence of iPods, broadcasting and the time-shifting that TiVo popularized — came when Apple's iTunes recently began making podcasts available for download.

Samsung Electronics Q2 hit by weak chip, panel prices (AFP)
AFP - South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. said weak prices of computer memory chips and flat panel displays hit its bottom line, with its second-quarter earnings almost halved year-on-year.

Panel Discussing Cell Phones on Planes (AP)
AP - Airline passengers who cringe at the idea of seatmates with cell phones have a friend in the House's top lawmaker on aviation issues.

Microsoft Denies Special Deals with Open-Source Community (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) officials denied yesterday that the software giant will collaborate with open-source software developers to run Microsoft's products on top of other operating systems such as Linux.

Are You a Good Eater or a Bad Eater? (PC World)
PC World - Free software will help you pinpoint the answer.

Review: Podcasting Easy for Everyone (AP)
AP - My introduction to podcasting — the convergence of iPods, broadcasting and the time-shifting that TiVo popularized — came when Apple's iTunes recently began making podcasts available for download.

Yahoo Tailors Graphical Ads to Users' Search Queries (PC World)
PC World - Your Yahoo searches trigger what ads you see.

Microsoft, 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.

ABC's 'Hooking Up' is sex in the city for real (Reuters)
Reuters - A new documentary television series "Hooking Up" follows 11 New York women navigating the pitfalls of online dating in a show that one reviewer calls "hard-core voyeurism."

U.N. Panel Presents 4 Internet Options (AP)
AP - A U.N. panel created to recommend how the Internet should be run in the future has failed to reach consensus but did agree that no single country should dominate.

UN panel fails to agree on how to govern Internet (Reuters)
Reuters - A group set up by the United Nations to come up with a global plan for managing the Internet said on Thursday that it has been unable to agree on who should do the job or how it should be done.

Netflix launches new TV ad campaign (Reuters)
Reuters - Online DVD rental company Netflix Inc has launched a television advertising campaign featuring its first new commercials since 2003 in the latest salvo of its war with rival Blockbuster Inc .

Sun Open-Sources ID Management Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW), continuing efforts to lift the lid on portions of its source code, now is open-sourcing its Internet authentication and single-sign-on (SSO) technologies through the OpenSSO project.

Internet Users Still Getting Scammed, Survey Says (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Despite numerous warnings from security firms and financial institutions, nine percent of U.S. Internet users have lost money due to e-mail scams, according to a recent survey.

In Brief: IBM offers free technologies to universities (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - IBM announced an initiative to give universities free access to emerging technologies developed in IBM Research labs. The new Academic License program aims to accelerate development skills around open standards-based technologies.  In return, faculty and students will provide IBM with feedback on the technologies. The new program is open to academic institutions participating in IBM's Academic Initiative. More than 1,400 schools are currently part of the initiative, which aims to encourage students to enter the fields of science and mathematics. Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard's Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences will be the first universities to participate in the new program. Professors can get a list of the technologies and download them at http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/academic .

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