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Test Version of Windows Vista Released (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. released the first major test version of the Windows Vista operating system on Wednesday, giving a limited number of programmers and technology professionals the opportunity to test drive the highly awaited — and much delayed — program.

Google: Microsoft Lawsuit Is a 'Charade' (AP)
AP - In a simmering legal tussle, Google Inc. is asking a judge to reject Microsoft's bid to keep a prized research engineer from taking a job at the Internet search company, saying the software titan filed its lawsuit to frighten other workers from defecting.

Microsoft releases trial version of Windows Vista (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, began offering software developers and technology partners a trial version of its next major upgrade to Windows on Wednesday.

Microsoft delivers Windows Vista beta (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - After four long years of talking the talk, Microsoft on Wednesday gave the outside world its first official look at its next generation operating system, shipping Beta 1 Release of the recently renamed Windows Vista.

Windows Vista Beta Program Begins (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft announces first beta test release of the next Windows.

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows Vista Beta 1 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft Corp. officially released the first beta for the long- and eagerly-awaited Windows operating system update (formerly codenamed Longhorn).

Beta Testers Get First Look at Windows Vista (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft places the long-awaited first beta for the Windows "Longhorn" client into the hands of beta testers, who will rigorously put Vista through its paces.

Microsoft Vista May Face Trademark Trouble (AP)
AP - There's a line of sewing machines, an elevator monitoring system, even a brand of detergent used to clean dairy equipment — all bearing the brand name Vista. There are plenty of computer products that claim the Vista trademark, too.

Microsoft Boosts Antipiracy Efforts (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has launched a far-reaching antipiracy initiative to put the brakes on a problem costing the company -- and most other software providers -- billions of dollars a year. Redmond has fired up the Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program to thwart counterfeiters and to help enforce technology policies and laws.

Microsoft Appears Ready to Release Vista Beta (PC World)
PC World - Beta release of software giant's new OS apparently moved up from August 3.

Nearly 433,000 Watch NASA Launch Webcast (AP)
AP - In another milestone for Internet video, nearly 433,000 people simultaneously watched NASA's webcast of this week's space shuttle launch.

Google: Microsoft Lawsuit Is a 'Charade' (AP)
AP - In a simmering legal tussle, Google Inc. is asking a judge to reject Microsoft's bid to keep a prized research engineer from taking a job at the Internet search company, saying the software titan filed its lawsuit to frighten other workers from defecting.

Teens Using Internet in Record Numbers (AP)
AP - A new survey says that the Internet has all but saturated the youth market.

PGP Inventor to Encrypt Net Calls (AP)
AP - The creator of a well-known tool for keeping e-mail safe from prying eyes is now working on a program that he says will help stop eavesdroppers from listening in on Internet-based phone calls.

Blind Teen Amazes With Video-Game Skills (AP)
AP - Brice Mellen is a whiz at video games such as "Mortal Kombat." In that regard, the 17-year-old isn't much different from so many others his age. Except for one thing: He's blind.

Judges Keep Net Obscenity Law Intact (AP)
AP - A special three-judge federal panel has kept intact a federal law making it a crime to send obscenity over the Internet.

XM, Napster Partner on Mobile Music (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Napster and XM Satellite Radio have joined forces to integrate their music services and let XM customers purchase radio tunes through Napster's online outlet.

Hitachi swings to loss, Fujitsu bounces back (Reuters)
Reuters - Hitachi Ltd., Japan's top electronics conglomerate, swung to a quarterly loss on its struggling hard disk drive business, but fourth-ranked Fujitsu Ltd. turned to a profit on mobile phone sales and cost cuts.

More Motorola Happenings (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A Linux-based, WiFi-enabled GSM cellular phone and more.

Test Version of Windows Vista Released (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. released the first major test version of the Windows Vista operating system on Wednesday, giving a limited number of programmers and technology professionals the opportunity to test drive the highly awaited — and much delayed — program.

Google: Microsoft Lawsuit Is a 'Charade' (AP)
AP - In a simmering legal tussle, Google Inc. is asking a judge to reject Microsoft's bid to keep a prized research engineer from taking a job at the Internet search company, saying the software titan filed its lawsuit to frighten other workers from defecting.

Teens Using Internet in Record Numbers (AP)
AP - A new survey says that the Internet has all but saturated the youth market.

Nearly 433,000 Watch NASA Launch Webcast (AP)
AP - In another milestone for Internet video, nearly 433,000 people simultaneously watched NASA's webcast of this week's space shuttle launch.

Judges Keep Net Obscenity Law Intact (AP)
AP - A special three-judge federal panel has kept intact a federal law making it a crime to send obscenity over the Internet.

Internet Kiosks to Show Missing Kids (AP)
AP - Public Internet kiosks are being used as modern-day milk cartons in an effort to find missing children.

PGP Inventor to Encrypt Net Calls (AP)
AP - The creator of a well-known tool for keeping e-mail safe from prying eyes is now working on a program that he says will help stop eavesdroppers from listening in on Internet-based phone calls.

E-mail is for older people, teens say in survey (Reuters)
Reuters - E-mail is for grown-ups and U.S. teenagers now prefer instant messaging to communicate with each other online, according to a survey released on Wednesday.

Elderly Americans lose millions to Internet scams (Reuters)
Reuters - Scams involving Internet auctions, as well as identity theft, lotteries, prizes and sweepstakes, top the list of fraud complaints by older Americans, who lost $152 million to con artists last year, U.S. officials told a Senate panel on Wednesday.

Amazon Shares Surge on Brisk Sales (AP)
AP - Amazon.com Inc.'s shares surged more than 11 percent Wednesday after the Internet retailer reported brisk sales and a jump in operating profit for the latest quarter.

New Tool Matches Clients With Shows (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Much has been made of TV's dwindling effectiveness as a stand-alone ad medium, with the emergence of dozens of complementary electronic media, such as video on demand, interactive programming, streaming media, and even message boards, chat rooms and blogs. TV programmers are struggling to make sense of it all, aggressively trying to link their content to as many of the new media as possible--with varying degrees of success.

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