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Microsoft posts new Acrylic design tool preview (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Monday posted the second CTP (Community Technology Preview) of its Acrylic design tool, adding support for XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language) to benefit users of the planned Windows Vista OS.

Zotob Worm Attacks Flaw in Windows 2000 (PC World)
PC World - Plug and Play service portion of Microsoft operating system at risk.

New Internet worm targeting Windows (Reuters)
A new Internet virus has been detected that can infect Microsoft's Windows platforms faster than previous computer worms, said an anti-virus computer software maker. The ZOTOB virus appeared shortly after the world's largest software maker warned of three newly found 'critical' security flaws in its software, including one that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. The latest worm exploits security holes in Microsoft's Windows 95, 98, ME, NE, 2000 and XP platforms and can give computer attackers remote access to affected systems. Windows XP software products are displayed in Seoul November 8, 2004. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - A new Internet virus targeting recently uncovered flaws in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system is circulating on the Internet, an anti-virus computer software maker said on Monday.


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ZoTob Worm Attacks New Windows Vulnerabilities (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Finish antivirus firm F-Secure found a new worm on Sunday that attacks the Windows Plug-N-Play vulnerability that Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) patched last Tuesday. The security firm's researchers said the worm, which they named ZoTob, poses the biggest risk to users running Windows 2000.

Firefox Browser's Market Share Slips (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For the first time since its introduction, Firefox has lost ground in its attempt to woo users from Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer, according to NetApplications.

Exploits Target Latest Microsoft Bugs (PC World)
PC World - Code takes advantage of several recently patched Windows and IE flaws.

Microsoft Aims to Ease Vista Deployment (PC World)
PC World - New tool should make it easier to upgrade to the next version of Windows.

Microsoft Fleshes Out Acrylic, Vista Connection (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The company releases a new developer preview of its forthcoming tool for graphics pros.

News briefs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft Releases August Patches Microsoft issued patches for six flaws in Windows and Internet Explorer, some of which could allow an attacker to gain control of a computer system. The patches, which include a fix for a newly discovered flaw in Microsoft’s Plug-and-Play software, comprise Microsoft’s regular patch releases for August. Microsoft rated three of the six vulnerabilities as critical. These bugs concern the Windows Plug-and-Play system and Print Spooler software, as well as IE’s image-rendering software.

Zobot Worms Target Windows 2000 Hole (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Code attacks through Plug and Play hole that Microsoft addressed last week with a patch.

Amazon.com Unveils Photo-Mapping Service (AP)
AP - Hoping to become a more popular Internet destination, a small search engine owned by Web retailer Amazon.com Inc. is testing a mapping service that will display street-level photos of the city blocks surrounding a requested address.

FCC Rules for VoIP E911 Rules Challenged (AP)
AP - A provider of Internet phone calls is challenging new Federal Communication Commission rules requiring the company to ensure reliable 911 emergency call service.

Security Cameras Proliferate in Manhattan (AP)
New York Civil Liberties Union worker Susanna Groves documents a surveillance camera, top right, outside a New York resturant, Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2005. Groves is collecting data for an upcoming NYCLU report on the proliferation of cameras trained on streets, sidewalks and other public spaces. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)AP - Six could be seen peering out from a chain drug store on Broadway. One protruded awkwardly from the awning of a fast-food restaurant. A supersized, domed version hovered like a flying saucer outside Columbia University.


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Koreans Try to Save Cathode-Ray Tube (AP)
AP - Samsung Electronics Co. has an odd sales pitch for one of its new televisions. A slide show for dealers features a drawing of a TV on a tombstone that reads, "The news of my demise is greatly exaggerated!"

Experimental Hybrid Cars Get Up to 250 Mpg (AP)
Ron Gremban shows the 18 electric bicycle batteries he added to his converted Toyota Prius at his home in Corte Madera, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2005.  Gremban, an electrical engineer and committed environmentalist, spent several months and $3,000 tinkering with his car. Like all hybrids, his Prius increases fuel efficiency by harnessing small amounts of electricity generated during braking and coasting. The extra batteries let him store extra power by plugging the car into a wall outlet at his home in this San Francisco suburb, all for about a quarter. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - Politicians and automakers say a car that can both reduce greenhouse gases and free America from its reliance on foreign oil is years or even decades away. Ron Gremban says such a car is parked in his garage.


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Fiona Apple's New Album to Be Released (AP)
Singer Fiona Apple poses during a tribute to legendary film director Billy Wilder at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Jan. 13, 2000, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Apple is on the verge of ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Fiona Apple is ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. A year after 11 tracks were leaked onto the Internet, drawing praise from critics and fans, Epic Records announced Monday that Apple's "Extraordinary Machine" will be released Oct. 4.


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Asia/Pacific Computer sales up 18 percent in first-half: Gartner (AFP)
A man walks past an advertisement for a lap top computer in Seoul. Personal computer sales in the Asia Pacific outside of Japan increased by 18 percent to 18.8 million units in the first six months of 2005 from a year ago, fuelled by record sales of laptops and tablet-sized computers, an industry report said(AFP/File/Kim Jae Hwan)AFP - Personal computer (PC) sales in the Asia Pacific outside of Japan increased by 18 percent to 18.8 million units in the first six months of 2005 from a year ago, fuelled by record sales of laptops and tablet-sized computers, an industry report said.


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Apple releases security update for Mac OS X (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Apple on Monday released a security update for Mac OS X, updating several of the components and technologies in the operating system. Specifically the update affects AppKit, BlueTooth, CoreFoundation, cups, Directory Services, HIToolBox, Kerberos, loginwindow, Mail, OpenSSL, QuartzComposerScreenSaver, Security Interface, Safari, X11 and zlib.

Is Firefox Caged? (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - The open-source Firefox Web browser may have been all the rage last winter, but some news headlines today proclaimed a possible end to its momentum. The grassroots favorite from the Mozilla collective seemed to be taking ever-larger nibbles at Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) heels. Now its long-term future seems far more uncertain.

DVD software maker Intervideo sues Dell on patents (Reuters)
Reuters - InterVideo Inc. , the top maker of DVD playback software used in personal computers, on Monday said it had filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Dell Inc. , the world's No. 1 PC maker.

Amazon.com Unveils Photo-Mapping Service (AP)
AP - Hoping to become a more popular Internet destination, a small search engine owned by Web retailer Amazon.com Inc. is testing a mapping service that will display street-level photos of the city blocks surrounding a requested address.

FCC Rules for VoIP E911 Rules Challenged (AP)
AP - A provider of Internet phone calls is challenging new Federal Communication Commission rules requiring the company to ensure reliable 911 emergency call service.

Fiona Apple's New Album to Be Released (AP)
Singer Fiona Apple poses during a tribute to legendary film director Billy Wilder at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Jan. 13, 2000, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Apple is on the verge of ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Fiona Apple is ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. A year after 11 tracks were leaked onto the Internet, drawing praise from critics and fans, Epic Records announced Monday that Apple's "Extraordinary Machine" will be released Oct. 4.


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Sperm Web sites face curbs in UK legal review (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet Web sites supplying sperm to single women and lesbian couples face regulation under proposals to be unveiled by the government on Tuesday.

New Internet worm targeting Windows (Reuters)
A new Internet virus has been detected that can infect Microsoft's Windows platforms faster than previous computer worms, said an anti-virus computer software maker. The ZOTOB virus appeared shortly after the world's largest software maker warned of three newly found 'critical' security flaws in its software, including one that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. The latest worm exploits security holes in Microsoft's Windows 95, 98, ME, NE, 2000 and XP platforms and can give computer attackers remote access to affected systems. Windows XP software products are displayed in Seoul November 8, 2004. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - A new Internet virus targeting recently uncovered flaws in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system is circulating on the Internet, an anti-virus computer software maker said on Monday.


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Napster Signs Music Deal with BellSouth (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In an effort to boost its number of DSL subscribers, Atlanta-based BellSouth (NYSE: BLS) has announced an agreement with online music provider Napster. The pact offers BellSouth broadband customers legal music downloads while providing Napster with access to BellSouth's ever-growing subscriber list.

E-Mail Authentication: Holy Grail or Lost Cause? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - E-mail as we know it today is a broken communications medium. Simply put, e-mail was never designed to be anything more than text messages delivered through multiple computer systems strung together. But like most things pushed onto the Internet scene in the early days, more functions were added to e-mail's fragile delivery structure. Each new bolted-on innovation created another risk for a crack in the system.

Firefox Browser's Market Share Slips (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For the first time since its introduction, Firefox has lost ground in its attempt to woo users from Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer, according to NetApplications.

Nuvio challenges FCC Internet phone rules for 911 (Reuters)
Nuvio Corp., an Internet phone service provider, has challenged U.S. rules requiring it to make full 911 emergency calling services available to customers by late November, the company said on Monday. In this file photo, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla) (R) gestures during a news conference discussing 911 emergency phone call reforms on Capitol Hill, in Washington May 19, 2005. Sparking the reforms is Cheryl Wall (C), a Deltona, Florida mother who could not get through to 911 dispatchers on her voice-over-internet protocol phone when her infant daughter stopped breathing. Mrs. Wall's daughter later died as a result. REUTERS/Shaun HeasleyReuters - Nuvio Corp., an Internet phone service provider, has challenged U.S. rules requiring it to make full 911 emergency calling services available to customers by late November, the company said on Monday.


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TiVo and IFC Go Broadband with Video Download Trial (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Testing is under way for a new service that gives TiVo subscribers advance access to download IFC content.

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