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Dow Ends Up 23 Despite Microsoft Earnings (AP)
AP - Wall Street eked out modest gains Friday to finish the week higher, overcoming tepid earnings from Microsoft Corp. and a fresh surge in crude oil futures to extend Wall Street's rally for a fourth consecutive week.

Microsoft to debut 'Windows Vista' (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, said on Friday it will call the next version of its operating system "Windows Vista" as it prepares to release a wave of new products after posting its slowest-ever year of growth.

Next Version of Windows Named 'Vista' (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. dropped the code name Longhorn on Friday, announcing the next version of its flagship Windows operating system will be called Windows Vista.

Microsoft Stock Drops After Earnings Gain (TechWeb)
TechWeb - One analyst surmised that a slight drop in operating income might have concerned some investors.

Microsoft May Be An Unwitting 'Ally' In AMD Lawsuit Vs. Intel (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The old Microsoft antitrust case could come back to haunt ... Intel.

Microsoft dubs next-generation operating system "Vista" (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft is looking past Windows and taking a long view its future by naming its next-generation operating system "Vista," officials from the US software behemoth said.

Microsoft's Next OS: Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has decided on "Vista" as the official name of the operating system formerly codenamed Longhorn. According to a Microsoft video trumpeting the new moniker, Vista will bring "clarity to your world."

Longhorn is Now Windows Vista (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft gives the next version of Windows an official name and promises beta 1 by August 3.

Windows 2000 Rollup Hard On Apps, Makes PCs Suffer (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft gives Windows 200o users another reason to upgrade. The latest rollup update for Win 2000 reportedly breaks apps and makes PCs crawl.

Microsoft names next Windows version 'Vista' (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft Corp. said the next version of its operating system used on most personal computers around the world will be called "Windows Vista."

LAPD Recruits Computer to Stop Rogue Cops (AP)
AP - Dogged by scandal, the Los Angeles Police Department is looking beyond human judgment to technology to identify bad cops. This month, the agency began using a $35 million computer system that tracks complaints and other telling data about officers — then alerts top supervisors to possible signs of misconduct.

Pressure on U.S. to Use More Surveillance (AP)
AP - Pressure is building for greater use of video cameras to keep watch over the nation's cities — particularly in transportation systems and other spots vulnerable to terrorism — after the bombings in London.

Next Version of Windows Named 'Vista' (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. dropped the code name Longhorn on Friday, announcing the next version of its flagship Windows operating system will be called Windows Vista.

Programmers: Video Games Need Female Touch (AP)
AP - Tara Teich enjoys nothing more than slipping into the role of a female video game character. But the 26-year-old software programmer gets annoyed by the appearance of such digital alter egos as the busty tomb raider Lara Croft or the belly-baring Wu the Lotus Blossom of "Jade Empire."

Doubt Looms for Sanyo Amid Earthquake Loss (AP)
AP - When a 6.8-magnitude earthquake jarred Sanyo Electric Co.'s chip-making plant in northern Japan last October, reversing the company's profit forecast to a massive loss, it was a crowning blow to an electronics giant already rattled by plunging prices and sinking stock.

HK to issue unified broadband licenses next year (Reuters)
Reuters - Hong Kong will issue licenses next year to allow both fixed and mobile phone firms to offer broadband wireless services, newspapers said on Saturday, bringing "anytime, anywhere" Internet access closer to reality.

ICE Might Save Your Life (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Recent terrorist activities give impetus to the U.K. mobile-phone company's "In Case of Emergency" campaign.

Survey Says RFID Is Red Hot (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Prospective RFID users are plunging ahead with wireless radio ID technology in the wake of retail and government mandates.

Critical MySQL Flaw Found (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A "highly critical" flaw has been reported in MySQL that can be exploited to cause a DoS (Denial of Service) or to execute arbitrary code on the open-source database.

Microsoft to debut 'Windows Vista' (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, said on Friday it will call the next version of its operating system "Windows Vista" as it prepares to release a wave of new products after posting its slowest-ever year of growth.

HK to issue unified broadband licenses next year (Reuters)
Reuters - Hong Kong will issue licenses next year to allow both fixed and mobile phone firms to offer broadband wireless services, newspapers said on Saturday, bringing "anytime, anywhere" Internet access closer to reality.

GoingOn aims to be social 'network of networks' (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Two well-known Silicon Valley entrepreneurs unveiled plans Thursday for an ambitious new open online media company that will mix social networking and blogging.

Bill Would Tax Internet Pornography (AP)
AP - A Democratic lawmaker is planning to propose a new 25 percent federal tax on Internet pornography and new requirements for adult Web sites to help prevent children from looking at them.

Google's Shares Continue to Tumble (AP)
AP - Google Inc. shares continued to tumble Friday amid disappointment over slowed revenue growth at the online search engine leader even as second-quarter profit more than quadrupled.

Podcasting, Phishing, RSS Still Gibberish To Most (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A survey on Internet terms finds that most Americans are not on the cutting edge of technology, except when it comes to security. Spyware, firewalls, cookies and adware are understood by most.

AOL, Ask Jeeves Gain on Google Search (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) remains the top dog in Intenet search, but AOL (NYSE: AOL) and Ask Jeeves (Nasdaq: ASKJ) are nipping at Google's heels, according to new research from Nielsen//Netratings.

'Wind' blowing soon for Neil Young (Reuters)
Reuters - Neil Young will release his latest album, "Prairie Wind," as a CD/DVD package Sept. 20, he said on his Web site (http://www.neilyoung.com).

Scrum for tickets to Bayreuth Festival on eBay (AFP)
AFP - Tickets to this year's Bayreuth Festival, the legendary month-long summer music festival dedicated exclusively to the works of Richard Wagner, have become the object of feverish bidding on Internet auction site, eBay.

GAO: Homeland Security Isn’t Protecting Internet (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some experts urge the government to plan better for recovering from a widespread attack on the nation’s computers.

Court rejects Real Madrid case against online firms (Reuters)
Reuters - A French court has rejected a lawsuit by Real Madrid which tried to stop online betting firms using its name and images of its soccer players, three of the companies said Friday.

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