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Windows Vista Already Targeted by Virus Writers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Not unexpectedly, viruses already have begun to surface for Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) next operating system, Vista. Finnish security firm F-Secure has reported that an Austrian virus writer has published five proof-of-concept viruses to illustrate vulnerabilities in Vista's scripting shell, called Microsoft Command Shell, or MSH.

Microsoft Set To Release Six Updates for Patch Tuesday (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) will be releasing six patches on Aug. 9 as part of its standard monthly security fix. At least one of the patches is rated "critical" and will require users to restart their systems.

Internet TV: Still Fuzzy, but Promising (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft teams with a variety of carriers to vie for bundled home entertainment services.

Microsoft Unwraps HoneyMonkey Detection Project (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft Research releases details on its Strider HoneyMonkey project, which combs the seedy side of the Web to find active exploits.

Microsoft Needs To Reissue Windows 2000 Rollup (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will release an updated Update Rollup for Windows 2000 as soon as it's figured out fixes for glitches plaguing some users and preventing some third-party applications from working.

Six Windows Security Fixes Slated (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft says it has six security bulletins on deck for next Tuesday's monthly patch parade, twice the number released in July.

Microsoft to Reissue Windows 2000 Rollup (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Problems continue to dog users who have installed the collection of security and other patches and fixes for Windows 2000 that Microsoft released in late June.

Microsoft hires new COO Kevin Turner from Wal-Mart (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. appointed Kevin Turner, a top executive at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. , as its new Chief Operating Officer, the world's largest software maker said on Thursday.

Microsoft Names Sam's Club Chief COO (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it had hired an executive who spent nearly 20 years in the upper ranks of Wal-Mart management to become the software maker's first chief operating officer in more than three years.

Microsoft hires new COO from Wal-Mart (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. appointed Kevin Turner, a top executive at Wal-Mart Stores Inc., as its new Chief Operating Officer, the world's largest software maker said on Thursday.

Downloads for Japan iTunes Hit a Million (AP)
AP - In just four days, 1 million songs have been downloaded at Apple's new iTunes Music Store in Japan, the company said Monday.

Daylight-Saving Switch May Cause Tech Woes (AP)
AP - When daylight-saving time starts earlier than usual in the United States come 2007, your VCR or DVD recorder could start recording shows an hour late.

Companies Using Tech Analysis on Themselves (AP)
AP - The automated analysis of "unstructured" data is becoming remarkably agile at giving companies detailed answers to the age-old business question of "How are we doing?"

Internet Scammers Keep Working in Nigeria (AP)
AP - In Festac Town, an entire community of scammers overnights on the Internet. By day they flaunt their smart clothes and cars and hang around the Internet cafes, trading stories about successful cons and near misses, and hatching new plots.

Virtual Reality Helps Calm 9/11 Anxiety (AP)
AP - For months after Sept. 11, 2001, Fire Chief Stephen King had the same haunting dream: an endless wooden staircase spiraling into the clouds, his friends climbing ever skyward, always beyond his reach.

Search concepts, not keywords, IBM tells business (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM plans to give away key search technologies for corporate data retrieval that use concepts and facts instead of simpler "keyword" searches relied upon by consumer Web companies such as Google Inc. , the world's largest computer company said on Monday.

Yahoo rolls out digital music search engine (Reuters)
Reuters - First it was photos, then video, now music.

Cisco mulls buying Finnish phone maker Nokia-paper (Reuters)
Reuters - Cisco Systems Inc. is considering buying the world's top mobile handset maker Nokia (NOK1V.HE) in a bid to gain its wireless infrastructure technology, the Business newspaper reported on Sunday.

Business Trumps Technology at LinuxWorld (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Analysis: This summer's LinuxWorld will feature more in the way of wheeling and dealing than technical breakthroughs and changes.

News Corp. eyed $3 bln takeover - report (Reuters)
Reuters - Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is understood to have held talks with Skype to buy the Internet telecoms software provider for around $3 billion, but the talks broke down, the Independent on Sunday reported.

Search concepts, not keywords, IBM tells business (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM plans to give away key search technologies for corporate data retrieval that use concepts and facts instead of simpler "keyword" searches relied upon by consumer Web companies such as Google Inc. , the world's largest computer company said on Monday.

Downloads for Japan iTunes Hit a Million (AP)
AP - In just four days, 1 million songs have been downloaded at Apple's new iTunes Music Store in Japan, the company said Monday.

Internet Scammers Keep Working in Nigeria (AP)
AP - In Festac Town, an entire community of scammers overnights on the Internet. By day they flaunt their smart clothes and cars and hang around the Internet cafes, trading stories about successful cons and near misses, and hatching new plots.

Would-be Chinese Google 'Baidu' makes a splash on Wall Street (AFP)
AFP - Chinese search engine Baidu.com has made a big splash on arrival on the US stock market, surging a spectacular 354 percent, recalling the heady days of the dot-com boom of the late 1990s.

Glance at International Financial Scams (AP)
AP - No one knows for sure which of these dodges, if any, were invented in Nigeria, but fraudsters in the West African nation have made them so famous that they are often called "419 scams," after the clause in the Nigerian penal code that outlaws them. A look at some of the more common ones:

Yahoo rolls out digital music search engine (Reuters)
Reuters - First it was photos, then video, now music.

FCC Eases High-Speed Internet Rules (AP)
AP - Federal regulators on Friday eased rules governing high-speed Internet services offered by phone companies, saying they hope it will speed Internet growth.

Ruling Gives Phone Firms Power Over Internet Access (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - The Federal Communications Commission ruled yesterday that big telephone companies no longer have to lease their high-speed Internet lines to competitors, giving the companies more power over the delivery of popular fast Internet services.

Baidu Shares More Than Quadruple in Debut (AP)
AP - Baidu.com Inc., the maker of China's leading Internet search engine, mesmerized Wall Street Friday as its stock more than quadrupled — a dazzling debut driven by the company's connections to Google Inc. as much as its own tantalizing potential.

Internet Agency Reassigns Iraq Domain (TechWeb)
TechWeb - ICANN assigned the ".iq" domain to the country's new government. The previous manager, Texas-based InfoCom, lost control of the domain after it was convicted on charges of funneling funds to Hamas.

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