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Did Microsoft Wipe Apple Off the Map? (AP)
AP - As software rivals, Microsoft wants to wipe Apple Computer off the map. With Microsoft's new Web service for satellite photographs, did the world's largest software company find a way to do exactly that?

Microsoft enters Internet map service fray with Virtual Earth (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft has weighed into the Internet mapping competition with "Virtual Earth," which enables people to view homes and businesses in any US neighborhood from the air, the company said.

Microsoft could face 'Vista' trademark challenge (MacCentral)
MacCentral - The founder of a Redmond, Wash.-based custom application and services provider is considering taking action to challenge Microsoft Corp. over the naming of the next version of the Windows operating system (OS).

Microsoft Could Face Trademark Challenge Over 'Vista' Name (PC World)
PC World - The new name for Longhorn, Windows Vista, is owned by a smaller Redmond, Washington firm.

Microsoft Previews Xbox 360 Games (PC World)
PC World - Games for the upcoming console show impressive graphics, sound, and details.

Microsoft sees grand, not bland, in new OS moniker -- Vista (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - The new name of Microsoft's next-generation computer operating system -- Windows Vista -- may not have the vibe of Xbox, its game console, or even that of Tiger, Apple's operating system.

Windows Vista: Where's the Buzz? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Is this the end of Microsoft's OS dominance?

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.

Microsoft woos Japanese users to Xbox 360 (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is putting efforts into attracting Japanese users for its new Xbox 360 game console, seeking to avoid the lack of appeal that dogged sales of the earlier version of the machine in the world's second-largest game market.

Microsoft's XBox seeks to break into Japan this year with 100 titles (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft said it will go on an offensive in Japan by launching its sleek new Xbox 360 video-game machine with more than 100 titles in time for the holiday shopping season at the end of the year.

Did Microsoft Wipe Apple Off the Map? (AP)
AP - As software rivals, Microsoft wants to wipe Apple Computer off the map. With Microsoft's new Web service for satellite photographs, did the world's largest software company find a way to do exactly that?

Japan Plans World's Fastest Computer (AP)
AP - Japan has plans to start building a supercomputer next year that can operate 73 times faster than the world's fastest supercomputer, the government said Monday.

Professors Make Password Protection Product (AP)
AP - The increase in identity theft has prompted two Stanford University professors to develop software that protects computer passwords from Internet thieves.

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.

Intel to Build $3 Billion Chip Factory (AP)
AP - Spurred by tax incentives and a belief computer chip demand will continue to grow, Intel Corp. said Monday it will spend $3 billion to build a factory in Arizona and another $105 million to convert an inactive New Mexico plant into a temporary test facility.

Online game craze helps S. Korean firm race to a virtual fortune (AFP)
AFP - For Nexon Corp., a booming South Korean online game producer, bucking the conventional wisdom certainly paid off.

Airborne Viruses: Real Threat or Just Hype? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - When it comes to viruses, worms and other forms of malware infecting smartphones and PDAs, security vendors have been warning of the possible dangers for months. Until recently, however, their cries of alarm drew yawns from most industry analysts and security experts.

Texas Instruments profit jumps, shares climb (Reuters)
Reuters - Texas Instruments Inc. , the world's top maker of chips used in mobile phones, on Monday said profit jumped 42 percent as factories ran more smoothly and consumers snatched up the latest video and Internet phones.

Next Major Release of Firefox Delayed (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Mozilla Foundation is delaying the release of the next version of the increasingly popular Firefox Web browser, adding more development cycles to create better features for the next big update.

Microsoft could face 'Vista' trademark challenge (MacCentral)
MacCentral - The founder of a Redmond, Wash.-based custom application and services provider is considering taking action to challenge Microsoft Corp. over the naming of the next version of the Windows operating system (OS).

Online game craze helps S. Korean firm race to a virtual fortune (AFP)
AFP - For Nexon Corp., a booming South Korean online game producer, bucking the conventional wisdom certainly paid off.

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.

Professors Make Password Protection Product (AP)
AP - The increase in identity theft has prompted two Stanford University professors to develop software that protects computer passwords from Internet thieves.

Microsoft enters Internet map service fray with Virtual Earth (AFP)
AFP - Microsoft has weighed into the Internet mapping competition with "Virtual Earth," which enables people to view homes and businesses in any US neighborhood from the air, the company said.

Phony Purple Heart Taken Off Film Web Site (AP)
AP - Following complaints from a congressman, the producers of "Wedding Crashers" on Monday yanked from the movie's Web site a printable Purple Heart advertised as a gimmick to pick up women and get free drinks.

Netflix 2Q Profit Nearly Doubles (AP)
AP - Netflix Inc.'s second-quarter profit nearly doubled as the online DVD rental pioneer continued to attract new subscribers despite stiffer competition from the much larger Blockbuster Inc.

Computer security threats rise; iTunes, RealPlayer among targets (AFP)
AFP - More than 400 new computer security threats emerged in the second quarter of 2005, including attempts by hackers to exploit weaknesses in popular programs like Apple iTunes and RealPlayer, a report said.

75,000 dollar starting price for Israel war hero's eyepatch (AFP)
AFP - An original eyepatch worn by legendary Israeli chief of staff and statesman, Moshe Dayan, is being offered for a staggering 75,000 dollars on Internet auction site eBay.

Yahoo buys information 'widget' company Pixoria (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. said on Monday it bought Pixoria, a company that provides small, downloadable programs that let computer users quickly get up-to-the-minute information, such as stock quotes and weather reports without using a Web browser.

Netflix near launch of movie downloads (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Netflix is poised to test its long-awaited Internet movie download service, which would broaden its rental business beyond its current DVDs-by-mail offering and fulfill the promise of its name.

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