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Microsoft Gets Exchange to Speak Up (PC World)
PC World - Company to add speech technology to next version of its messaging and collaboration server, due in 2006.

Microsoft Considers Hosting Regular Hacker Conferences (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is mulling over plans to create a regular hacker conference with the aim of discussing flaws in the company's software products.

Nonprofit Groups Slam Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Windows Vista -- the recently announced official name of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) next major operating system -- is coming under attack from the VistA Software Alliance and WorldVista, two nonprofit groups that assist healthcare organizations with software for the Veterans Administration.

Microsoft to Host Hacker Meetings (PC World)
PC World - Company plans to make its Blue Hat security event a twice-yearly confab.

Microsoft, Google to Battle for Geek Crown (PC World)
PC World - Mega companies will face off at Linuxworld's Golden Penguin Bowl trivia competition.

Hackers Crack Microsoft's Antipiracy System (PC World)
PC World - Windows Genuine Advantage system first exploited within 24 hours of its launch.

Microsoft Hack Causes Piracy Alarm (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The fact that hackers found a way around Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) antipiracy system only a day after it went into effect has prompted concern about the capacity of antipiracy efforts in general to stop piracy.

Microsoft's CSS Plans for IE 7 Draw Cheers, Jeers (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Although it won't fix most of its CSS-related bugs until Beta 2, Microsoft is going public with what it expects to deliver, standards-wise, by the time Internet Explorer 7.0 ships. Acid2 test compliance isn't on the short list.

IE 7 Busts Some IM Clients (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The first beta of Microsoft's new Internet Explorer breaks some instant messengers, including the popular Trillian.

Yahoo to offer video clips from CNN, ABC News (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo Inc. on Monday said it will offer video clips from cable news network CNN's Web site and ABC News, a move to bolster the company's online news offering as it battles against Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp.'s MSN.

New Mouse for Macs Has Multiple Buttons (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc.'s neglect of the humble mouse is over. It now offers a model that's nimble.

Analysts Say ATM Systems Highly Vulnerable (AP)
AP - A report Tuesday from Gartner Inc., a technology analyst firm, estimates that 3 million U.S. consumers were victims of ATM and debit-card fraud in the past year.

Mobile Gambling Devices May Get to Casinos (AP)
AP - It won't be long before gamblers are shooting dice while queued up waiting to see their favorite comedian. Or playing poker and roulette under a poolside umbrella. Even a trip to the buffet will no longer keep casino patrons from playing slots. A law signed last month by Gov. Kenny Guinn made Nevada the first U.S. state to approve the use of wireless, handheld gambling devices at its hotel-casinos.

Some MySpace Users Skittish About Fox (AP)
AP - There's a Fox in MySpace, and bloggers are squawking.

Hackers Demonstrate Their Skills in Vegas (AP)
AP - Even the ATM machines were suspect at this year's Defcon conference, where hackers play intrusion games at the bleeding edge of computer security.

Yahoo expanding publishing network (Reuters)
Reuters - In a bid to expand its advertising reach, Yahoo Inc. said late on Tuesday it is recruiting small and medium-sized Web site operators to join its publisher network that pays Internet sites to carry ads.

REVIEW: 'Battlefield 2' More Evolutionary (AP)
AP - "Battlefield 2" is the latest computer game from Electronic Arts Inc. that focuses on all-out war between teams of dozens of combatants. The $50, T-rated game for the PC ushers in the modern era of warfare with heat-seeking missiles, fighter jets, attack choppers and tanks — but no blood.

Court scales back RIM patent ruling (Reuters)
Reuters - A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday scaled back a December ruling that had upheld patent infringement charges against Research In Motion Ltd. , the Canadian company that makes the BlackBerry wireless e-mail device.

Microsoft, Google to Battle for Geek Crown (PC World)
PC World - Mega companies will face off at Linuxworld's Golden Penguin Bowl trivia competition.

RealNetworks Sees Profit on Revenue Surge (AP)
AP - RealNetworks Inc., a provider of digital media and software, said Tuesday its profits climbed in the second quarter, as a growing base of subscribers helped boost revenue by nearly 26 percent.

Yahoo expanding publishing network (Reuters)
Reuters - In a bid to expand its advertising reach, Yahoo Inc. said late on Tuesday it is recruiting small and medium-sized Web site operators to join its publisher network that pays Internet sites to carry ads.

Some MySpace Users Skittish About Fox (AP)
AP - There's a Fox in MySpace, and bloggers are squawking.

Lax security enables ATM card fraud, report says (Reuters)
Reuters - An unprecedented wave of Internet-based bank fraud has been enabled in part by banks that don't bother to check security codes on cash cards, according to a report released on Tuesday.

Internet Attacks Increase in Number, Severity (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Virus-laden e-mail and criminal-driven security attacks have increased 50 percent in the first half of 2005, according to a recent IBM (NYSE: IBM) report. Customized attacks on government, financial services, manufacturing and healthcare also have seen significant increases.

IAC reports sharply higher quarterly profit (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp. on Tuesday said second-quarter profit rose sharply and beat analysts' estimates, but cut its forecast for second-half revenue growth.

MSN Search Is the Newest Dog in the Pile (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - InfoSpace's metasearch engine is now crawling the 'big four' search services.

Cyber-terrorists using hacking methods to target governments: US official (AFP)
AFP - Cyber-terrorists are attempting to penetrate government networks using the same methods as Internet hackers and many nations are vulnerable to the threat, a US State Department official said.

South Korea music industry files Internet-sharing suit (AFP)
AFP - South Korea's music industry has filed complaints against more than 2,700 Internet users for swapping music illegally in the country's biggest online copyright case.

WebEx Snaps Up Intranets.com (PC World)
PC World - Online collaboration company eliminates major rival by purchasing it for $45 million.

Phishers Hack eBay (PC World)
PC World - Link takes victims to real eBay sign-in page, then hidden characters redirect to scam site.

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