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Risky operating system hole needs critical patch: Microsoft (AFP)
The Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington. US software titan Microsoft is trying to make amends for a software flaw that lets hackers access a computer and seize control, the company confirmed.(AFP/File/Dan Levine)AFP - US software titan Microsoft is trying to make amends for a software flaw that lets hackers access a computer and seize control, the company confirmed.


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Microsoft sees 3 'critical' Windows security flaws (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. warned users of its Windows operating system on Tuesday of three newly found 'critical' security flaws in its software, including one that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. Visitors walk past the Microsoft booth at the China International Software Expo 2005 in Beijing June 15, 2005. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. warned users of its Windows operating system on Tuesday of three newly found "critical" security flaws in its software, including one that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer.


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Windows 2000 Users Dealing With Wave of Bugs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Security analysts say the latest vulnerabilities prove that Windows 2000, no matter where it is in Microsoft's support cycle, will continue to be a target for attackers.

Microsoft Seeks to 'WAIK' Corporate Users with Vista (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Streamlining Windows deployment is one of Microsoft's stated goals for its next Windows release. A new installation kit is one key to realizing that vision.

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.

Microsoft Initially Released Corrupted IE Patch (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The patch for Internet Explorer that Microsoft earlier this week urged users to install as soon as possible was flawed, the company says.

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.

Microsoft's Hyper-Connected New World Of Work (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In the new world of work, the challenge isn't about staying connected; it's about dealing with the volumes of data that come your way.

Yahoo Buys Into Chinese Online Company (AP)
A Chinese woman uses a Yahoo browser moments before an Ali Baba and Yahoo joint press conference at the China World hotel in Beijing Thursday, Aug. 11, 2005. Yahoo Inc. announced Thursday it would pay US$1 billion (euro810 million) in cash to acquire a 40 percent stake in the Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba.com. The agreement makes Yahoo the largest strategic investor in Alibaba, and is the biggest deal yet in a flurry of investments in China by foreign Internet companies eager for a share of a market with more than 100 million people online. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)AP - Yahoo Inc. is paying $1 billion in cash for a 40 percent stake in China's biggest online commerce firm, Alibaba.com, strengthening the ties that international companies are forging in the world's second-largest Internet market.


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Intel to Shift Microprocessor Technology (AP)
AP - For the first time in five years, Intel Corp. will make a major change in the plumbing of its chips by switching to a new design that promises better performance and lower power consumption than today's Pentium 4.

Computer Theft Case Shows Database Perils (AP)
Scott Levine, owner of a Boca Raton, Fla.-based Internet marketing firm, arrives at the Little Rock, Ark., federal courthouse, in this Tuesday, July 12, 2005 file photo.  A federal jury began deliberations Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2005, after a month of testimony and arguments in in Levine's trial.  Levine is charged with 144 counts in the theft of 8.2 gigabytes of data from Little Rock-based Acxiom Corp. (AP Photo/Mike Wintroath, file)AP - On the hunt for a hacker two years ago, security officials at data management company Acxiom Corp. discovered that an Internet address at one of its clients' contractors was taking far more data than it should have.


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Review: New Blank Keyboard for Geeks Only (AP)
The Das Keyboard  is shown Wednesday, August 3, 2005 in Farmers Branch, Texas. Typing on a Das Keyboard is a lot like typing on any other computer keyboard _ except there are no inscriptions on the keys.  (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)AP - Typing on a Das Keyboard is a lot like typing on any other computer keyboard — except the keys are blank. Most people, especially those who rely on the slow but steady hunt-and-peck technique, might consider that a problem.


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Bored on the Phone? Beware Jerk-O-Meter (AP)
AP - Ever wonder if that spouse, friend or co-worker on the other end of the phone is really paying attention? The "Jerk-O-Meter" may hold the answer.

Midnight Coders adds AJAX to rich Internet apps platform (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Midnight Coders  is shipping an upgrade to its rich Internet application platform, which now supports AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) on the client side and ColdFusion at the back end.

GeekTech: Would You Pay $600 for a Graphics Card? (PC World)
PC World - Building a high-performance PC can be outrageously expensive. But does it have to be?

Eyeing Future Of Wireless, Qualcomm To Buy Flarion (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Adding to its already formidable arsenal of wireless patents, cell phone chipmaker Qualcomm plans to buy wireless gear startup Flarion Technologies for $600 million in cash and stock.

German Firm Eyes U.S. Linux Server Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Collax, a German company with new venture capital to back its Linux server technology, is planning to expand in the U.S.

QSM Study Examines the Best and Worst of Software Development Projects (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The best are, indeed, faster and cheaper.

Computer Theft Case Shows Database Perils (AP)
Scott Levine, owner of a Boca Raton, Fla.-based Internet marketing firm, arrives at the Little Rock, Ark., federal courthouse, in this Tuesday, July 12, 2005 file photo.  A federal jury began deliberations Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2005, after a month of testimony and arguments in in Levine's trial.  Levine is charged with 144 counts in the theft of 8.2 gigabytes of data from Little Rock-based Acxiom Corp. (AP Photo/Mike Wintroath, file)AP - On the hunt for a hacker two years ago, security officials at data management company Acxiom Corp. discovered that an Internet address at one of its clients' contractors was taking far more data than it should have.


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Yahoo Buys Into Chinese Online Company (AP)
A Chinese woman uses a Yahoo browser moments before an Ali Baba and Yahoo joint press conference at the China World hotel in Beijing Thursday, Aug. 11, 2005. Yahoo Inc. announced Thursday it would pay US$1 billion (euro810 million) in cash to acquire a 40 percent stake in the Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba.com. The agreement makes Yahoo the largest strategic investor in Alibaba, and is the biggest deal yet in a flurry of investments in China by foreign Internet companies eager for a share of a market with more than 100 million people online. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)AP - Yahoo Inc. is paying $1 billion in cash for a 40 percent stake in China's biggest online commerce firm, Alibaba.com, strengthening the ties that international companies are forging in the world's second-largest Internet market.


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Midnight Coders adds AJAX to rich Internet apps platform (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Midnight Coders  is shipping an upgrade to its rich Internet application platform, which now supports AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) on the client side and ColdFusion at the back end.

Corporate Blogging and the CIO (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Blogging began as a few individuals keeping online journals and now has become an industry unto inself, replete with its own terminology (blogs, bloggers, blogosphere), data formats, software applications and servers. Not unexpectedly, blogging has evolved from personal diaries to a method of corporate communication among management, employees and end-users.

Yahoo Invests $1B in China's Alibaba (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) on Thursday confirmed it is investing US$1 billion in Alibaba, an e-commerce site based in China. Yahoo will offer Alibaba cash in exchange for a 40 percent stake and partial control of the online auction company.

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 clamor to make their mark online and ambitious local start-ups battle foreign heavyweights for a piece of the market.

Overstock.com says sues short-seller Rocker Partners (Reuters)
Reuters - Online retailer Overstock.com Inc. said on Thursday that it sued a hedge fund known for short-selling and an independent research group, claiming they conspired to denigrate the company's business for profit.

Qualcomm to buy Flarion for about $600 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - Qualcomm Inc said on Thursday it would buy wireless broadband technology firm Flarion Technologies to expand its own wireless technology portfolio in a cash and stock deal worth about $600 million.

FCC Rule On Internet Calls Said To Encourage Hacking (TechWeb)
TechWeb - While the FCC agreed with a request from law enforcement to affirm that VoIP falls under the purview of a wiretapping statute, alarmed industry groups warn that compliance will create more vulnerabilities and opportunities for hackers.

AOL Gives Away Spammer's Loot (PC World)
PC World - Internet giant is offering up cash, gold bars, and a Hummer vehicle that it recovered in a lawsuit.

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