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Microsoft to launch Xbox 360 in Japan,Europe in '05 (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it would launch its new Xbox 360 game console in Japan and Europe in time for the year-end holiday shopping season.

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.

Yahoo Buys Maker of 'Widget' Applications (AP)
AP - Hoping to pave a new path to its popular Web site, Yahoo Inc. has acquired Konfabulator, a tiny software maker that provides a computer platform for monitoring the weather, stock prices and a wealth of other customized information without opening a Web browser.

Online News Consumers Become Own Editors (AP)
AP - J.D. Lasica used to visit 20 to 30 Web sites for his daily fix of news. Now, he's down to three — yet he consumes more news online than ever. Lasica is among a growing breed of information consumers who use the latest Internet technologies to completely bypass the home pages of news sites and jump directly to articles that interest them.

Bells Get Another Shot With Texas Bill (AP)
AP - A bill that would make it easier for telephone companies to sell cable TV may be put to a vote again in the Texas statehouse this week, revived for the second time since May courtesy of an unrelated stalemate over public school funding.

Intel: No Decision Yet on Israel Plant (AP)
AP - Intel Corp., the world's leading computer chip-maker, has decided to build a second, $4 billion plant in southern Israel, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told his Cabinet on Sunday. But an Intel spokesman in Israel, Koby Bahar, said the company has not made a decision to build a new plant in Israel.

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.

Russian online retailers start small, but grow fast (Reuters)
Reuters - When ru-Net Holding investment company bought Internet store ozon.ru back in 2000 it had monthly sales of just $35,000 and was losing money.

Microsoft to launch Xbox 360 in Japan,Europe in '05 (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it would launch its new Xbox 360 game console in Japan and Europe in time for the year-end holiday shopping season.

Vodafone beats forecasts as clients top 165 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - Cell phone giant Vodafone Group Plc topped forecasts on Monday by netting 4.1 million new customers in its first quarter and said revenues were given a fillip by strong performances in markets such as Spain and Italy.

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.

Russian online retailers start small, but grow fast (Reuters)
Reuters - When ru-Net Holding investment company bought Internet store ozon.ru back in 2000 it had monthly sales of just $35,000 and was losing money.

The World on Your Desktop (PC World)
PC World - Google Earth, MSN Virtual Earth combine satellite images with local search information.

Yahoo Buys Maker of 'Widget' Applications (AP)
AP - Hoping to pave a new path to its popular Web site, Yahoo Inc. has acquired Konfabulator, a tiny software maker that provides a computer platform for monitoring the weather, stock prices and a wealth of other customized information without opening a Web browser.

Online News Consumers Become Own Editors (AP)
AP - J.D. Lasica used to visit 20 to 30 Web sites for his daily fix of news. Now, he's down to three — yet he consumes more news online than ever. Lasica is among a growing breed of information consumers who use the latest Internet technologies to completely bypass the home pages of news sites and jump directly to articles that interest them.

Soon in Japan, it'll be raining ads (AFP)
AFP - After being bombarded by commercials on the way to work and watching promotions pop up on the Internet, the Japanese consumer could soon be hit by advertisements where they least expect it: on their hands.

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.

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