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Microsoft Security Squad Scours Web (PC World)
PC World - Strider HoneyMonkey project lures malicious code to learn its tricks, then guards against attacks.

Microsoft Revamps MSN Blogs (PC World)
PC World - MSN Spaces gets 'PowerToys' with multimedia support, custom design tools, other advanced features.

Windows Mobile 5.0: Bigger and Better (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows Mobile 5.0, released in May, is finding solid reception among mobile-device users. In the wake of this strong response, Microsoft released custom versions of the OS this past summer for handheld PCs and smartphones.

MS Corrects IE Patch Download Glitch (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft re-releases a critical Internet Explorer bulletin to correct a glitch that caused installation failures for some downloaders.

Spammer to pay Microsoft millions in court settlement (AFP)
The Microsoft campus in Redmond. A purported super-spammer and his insurance company have agreed to pay computer software giant Microsoft seven million dollars to resolve a pending civil suit, the man's lawyer said(AFP/File/Dan Levine)AFP - A purported super-spammer and his insurance company have agreed to pay computer software giant Microsoft seven million dollars to resolve a pending civil suit, the man's lawyer said.


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Microsoft Receives $7M in Spam Settlement (AP)
Microsoft Corp. said on August 9, 2005 that it had settled a lawsuit against Scott Richter, whom it identified as a former 'spam king.' Microsoft said that as part of the settlement Richter and his company agreed to pay $7 million to Microsoft. Chinese visitors walk past the Microsoft booth at the China International Software Expo 2005 in Beijing in this June 15, 2005 file photo. Photo by Claro Cortes Iv/ReutersAP - Microsoft Corp. has won a $7 million settlement from a man once billed as one of the world's most prolific spammers.


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Microsoft Trying to Fix Security Hole (AP)
This undated frame shot released by Microsoft Corp. shows the new Microsoft Internet Explorer. Microsoft has been preparing IE 7, a major update that, in its early incarnation, plays catch-up with newer browsers for the Windows operating system, including Opera Software ASA's Opera and the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox. (AP Photo/HO, MICROSOFT)AP - Microsoft Corp. is attempting to plug a glaring hole in some versions of its Windows software, a weakness similar to those exploited by the devastating "Blaster" and "Sasser" attacks, a security expert said Tuesday.


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Microsoft Patches Windows, IE (PC World)
PC World - Three of six flaws called 'critical,' cover plug-and-play features, print spooler.

Download Problem Interferes with IE Patch Release (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is forced to remove "critical" patches for Internet Explorer after the files became corrupted and broke the digital signatures.

Microsoft settles with 'Spam King' for $7 million (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. has settled a lawsuit that it filed two years ago against the self-proclaimed "King of Spam," Scott Richter, who at one time helped distribute more than 38 billion unsolicited e-mails per year, Microsoft said Tuesday.

Jury Deliberates in Computer Theft Trial (AP)
AP - A federal jury began deliberations Wednesday in the trial of an accused computer data thief in one of the largest federal computer theft cases.

Review: Apple Mouse Marks Mighty Change (AP)
Apple Computers Inc. salesman Brian Tong holds up Apple's new Mighty Mouse next to an Apple computer at an Apple Computers store in Palo Alto, Calif., Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. can take credit for revolutionizing computers, software and digital music players. But when it comes to the lowly mouse, its efforts have long trailed the Windows-based PC industry.  With its Mighty Mouse announced last week, it looked like that might change. But the actual product is hardly a revolution. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Apple Computer Inc. can take credit for pushing the envelope of computer design with its elegant Macintosh. Its software is years ahead of the rest of the industry. Its stylish iPod music player is second to none.


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Research: Web Site's Appearance Matters (AP)
AP - It's no secret that men and women tend to spend their time on the Internet quite differently. But British researchers suggest it's not just a Web site's subject or function that determines whether it will draw more men or women. The appearance of the site also might play a subtle role.

Japanese Musicians Trying to Join ITunes (AP)
AP - Japanese musicians under contract with Sony and other labels that haven't joined Apple's iTunes Music Store are starting to defy their recording companies and trying to get their music on the popular download service launched last week in Japan.

Techies Face Off at Golden Penguin Bowl (AP)
AP - Pencil pushers and programmers from Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. faced off this week for the greatest of geek glories: the Golden Penguin Bowl.

Tech Firms Urged to Aid U.S. Cybersecurity (PC World)
PC World - Homeland Security head plans to focus on online infrastructure and new security technology.

Apple's iPod Patent Rejected (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple Computer (Nasdaq: AAPL) has failed to patent the interface to its wildly popular iPod digital music player. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected Apple's application, citing a similar patent already registered by a Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) researcher.

Mobile Spam: The Next Battleground? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - According to joint study conducted by Intrado, Switzerland's University of St. Gallen and the International Telecommunicaton Union, more than 80 percent of Europe's mobile-phone users received at least one unwanted spam message cloaked as a short messaging service (SMS) transmission during 2004.

GPL upgrade due in 2007 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAN FRANCISCO -- The planned upgrade to the GNU General Public License (GPL) will be ready by 2007, according to an industry official involved with the project.

Students Charged With Computer Trespass (AP)
John Shrawder, 15, of Kempton, Pa., is shown at his uncle's Kutztown, Pa., home on Sunday, August 7, 2005. Shrawder is one of 13 Kutztown High School students charged with felonies for bypassing security barriers on their district's network with school-issued laptops, downloading forbidden programs and spying on their elders. (AP Photo/Rick Smith)AP - They're being called the Kutztown 13 — a group of high schoolers charged with felonies for bypassing security with school-issued laptops, downloading forbidden Internet goodies and using monitoring software to spy on district administrators.


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Techies Face Off at Golden Penguin Bowl (AP)
AP - Pencil pushers and programmers from Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. faced off this week for the greatest of geek glories: the Golden Penguin Bowl.

Japanese Musicians Trying to Join ITunes (AP)
AP - Japanese musicians under contract with Sony and other labels that haven't joined Apple's iTunes Music Store are starting to defy their recording companies and trying to get their music on the popular download service launched last week in Japan.

Research: Web Site's Appearance Matters (AP)
AP - It's no secret that men and women tend to spend their time on the Internet quite differently. But British researchers suggest it's not just a Web site's subject or function that determines whether it will draw more men or women. The appearance of the site also might play a subtle role.

Tech Firms Urged to Aid U.S. Cybersecurity (PC World)
PC World - Homeland Security head plans to focus on online infrastructure and new security technology.

Groups Slam FCC on Internet Phone Tap Rule (AP)
AP - New regulations making it easier for law enforcement to tap Internet phone calls will also make computer systems more vulnerable to hackers, digital privacy and civil liberties groups say.

Microsoft Revamps MSN Blogs (PC World)
PC World - MSN Spaces gets 'PowerToys' with multimedia support, custom design tools, other advanced features.

Kenya to allow telecom operators to transmit phone calls via Internet (AFP)
Computer at an Internet cafe.  Kenya announced plans to licence telephone operators to transmit voice communications via the Internet in a bid to lower call costs in the country and promote development.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - Kenya announced plans to licence telephone operators to transmit voice communications via the Internet in a bid to lower call costs in the country and promote development.


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MS Corrects IE Patch Download Glitch (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft re-releases a critical Internet Explorer bulletin to correct a glitch that caused installation failures for some downloaders.

US condemns Iran's breaking of UN seals on nuclear plant (AFP)
Picture taken 08 August 2005 shows the outdoor view of the Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facilities (UCF). The US condemned Iran's breaking of UN seals to bring online a key nuclear fuel plant, calling it a sign of Tehran's disregard for the international community(AFP/File)AFP - The United States condemned Iran's breaking of UN seals to bring online a key nuclear fuel plant, calling it a sign of Tehran's disregard for the international community.


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Kenya telecoms regulator to allow Internet phone (Reuters)
Reuters - Kenya's telecoms regulator on Wednesday said it would this week permit telecoms operators to provide call services over the Internet, in order to lower high phone costs and expand telephone services to the rural areas.

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