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Microsoft settles suit against former spammer (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday that it had settled a lawsuit against Scott Richter, whom it identified as a former "spam king."

Microsoft to Reissue Windows 2000 SP4 Update (PC World)
PC World - Older OS, still widely used, has some conflicts in latest Service Pack Rollup Update.

Microsoft's HoneyMonkeys Show Patching Windows Works (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Strider HoneyMonkey research project sniffs out sites hosting malicious code, and turns the information over for patching or legal action.

Microsoft: Vista Will Not Include Monad (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Close on the heels of word that proof-of-concept viruses had been written for Monad -- the command shell that was to be included in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) forthcoming operating system Vista -- Redmond said its next OS will not ship with the software.

Microsoft Summer Camp Recruits Girls for Computing, Technology Industries (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - DigiGirlz High Tech Camp seeks to educate young women about their career choices and opportunities in the tech world.

No Vista Viruses For Now (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Reports last week that the first Windows Vista viruses had popped up were wrong, a Microsoft executive insists, because the component at risk won't be included with the next-generation operating system when it ships in late 2006.

Microsoft's Piracy Check Hacked Again (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yet another hack that claims to circumvent Microsoft's mandatory Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) piracy check has been posted to the Internet.

Gates Sells 16 Million Microsoft Shares, Rakes In $421 Million (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's chairman Bill Gates took advantage of his company's recent stock run-up to sell 16 million shares over a six day period that netted him $421 million and change.

Microsoft to Highlight Unix Services in Windows Server R2 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - At this week's LinuxWorld conference, Microsoft officials are slated to talk up the Services for Unix features that the company is integrating into the Windows Server 2003 R2.

Microsoft Cuts Windows Vista Feature (PC World)
PC World - Experts had worried that the Monad scripting shell would be an attractive target for hackers.

Yahoo Expands Its Search Engine Index (AP)
AP - In a major expansion, Yahoo Inc. said Monday that its online search engine index now spans more than 20 billion Web documents and images, nearly double the material scanned by rival Google Inc.

Google Snubs Tech News Outlet CNET (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is refusing to speak with reporters at CNET's online news site after it ran a story that used Google's chief executive to illustrate how easily the company's search engine finds personal information.

Does Foxwoods Game Amount to Web Gambling? (AP)
AP - A first-of-its-kind computer program has one of the world's largest casinos locked in a dispute with regulators who are steadfast against any loosening of U.S. rules against Internet gambling.

2006 Need for High-Tech Workers Nearly Met (AP)
AP - Employers are closing in on the limit for hiring foreign high-tech workers for jobs next year, roughly two months before the start of the 2006 fiscal year, an immigration official said Monday.

Soldier in Iraq Sees Daughter's U.S. Birth (AP)
AP - Sgt. William Hamrick II witnessed the birth of his daughter Monday. That may seem unremarkable — except that Hamrick was 6,000 miles away in Iraq.

As blogging blooms in China, firms aim to cash in (Reuters)
Reuters - Blogging is blooming in China as the country's vast pool of Web users clamour to make their mark online and ambitious local start-ups battle foreign heavyweights for a piece of the market.

Dinosaurs 'Land' Cartoon Network deal (Reuters)
Reuters - After selling more than 60 million units on DVD and VHS, the "Land Before Time" dinosaur franchise is headed to television.

Amp'd calls up $60M (TheDeal.com)
TheDeal.com - The mobile virtual network operator closes a first round before the scheduled launch of its wireless phone service.

Siebel announces plans to support Suse Linux (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Siebel Systems on Monday became one of the last major enterprise software vendors to offer a version of its suite of applications for the Linux operating system. The CRM giant announced it will work with Novell to run Siebel business applications on Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9.

Amazon seeking software talent for DVD rentals (Reuters)
Reuters - Amazon.com Inc. , the Web's largest retailer, is seeking to hire a software engineer for an online DVD rental service, a business currently dominated by DVD rental service companies Netflix Inc. and Blockbuster Inc.

As blogging blooms in China, firms aim to cash in (Reuters)
Reuters - Blogging is blooming in China as the country's vast pool of Web users clamour to make their mark online and ambitious local start-ups battle foreign heavyweights for a piece of the market.

Does Foxwoods Game Amount to Web Gambling? (AP)
AP - A first-of-its-kind computer program has one of the world's largest casinos locked in a dispute with regulators who are steadfast against any loosening of U.S. rules against Internet gambling.

Yahoo Expands Its Search Engine Index (AP)
AP - In a major expansion, Yahoo Inc. said Monday that its online search engine index now spans more than 20 billion Web documents and images, nearly double the material scanned by rival Google Inc.

Yahoo extends phone calling via instant messaging (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. has begun allowing users to make telephone calls and search the Internet via its instant messaging system instead of relying only on Web browsers or e-mail, the company said on Monday.

Amazon seeking software talent for DVD rentals (Reuters)
Reuters - Amazon.com Inc. , the Web's largest retailer, is seeking to hire a software engineer for an online DVD rental service, a business currently dominated by DVD rental service companies Netflix Inc. and Blockbuster Inc.

Nearly A Third Of Online Americans Have Visited Blogs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The number of people in the United States who visited web logs in the first quarter of the year reached 50 million, and each of the top four hosting services for blogs on the Internet topped 5 million visitors, a web metrics firm says.

Jennings' Death Ushers in Uncertain Era (AP)
AP - The death of Peter Jennings means an era in television news has ended with stunning swiftness, giving broadcasters the challenge of reimagining the nightly news in an age of instant Internet updates.

Google Snubs Tech News Outlet CNET (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is refusing to speak with reporters at CNET's online news site after it ran a story that used Google's chief executive to illustrate how easily the company's search engine finds personal information.

'Rocky Mountain News' Editorial Writer Resigns After Lifting Passages (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The deputy editorial page editor of the Rocky Mountain News in Denver has resigned following revelations that he used a phrase in an editorial that came from a Web site, as well as other elements from a Washington Post story.

Web Sites Have Sex Appeal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Men and women are very different in what catches their eye on the Internet, which means a website can appeal to one while unintentionally turning off the other.

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