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Windows Users Battle New Computer Worm (AP)
AP - A computer worm unleashed over the weekend infected more computers on Tuesday that run Microsoft operating systems, with Windows 2000 users most seriously affected.

Apple, Microsoft Duel Over IPod Patent (AP)
In a file photo Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs speaks as he launches Apple's music download service, the iTunes Music Store, in Tokyo Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005.  Apple took too long to file a patent covering part of its blockbuster iPod music players, so Microsoft beat Apple to it. Bloggers and other tech pundits snickered at the prospect of Steve Jobs having to pay Bill Gates royalties on the beloved iPods. But that scenario is unlikely.   (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - Given the intense rivalry between Apple Computer Inc. and Microsoft Corp., this recent revelation had a comedic tinge: Apple took too long to file a patent on part of its blockbuster iPod music players, so Microsoft beat Apple to it.


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Microsoft probing 'malicious' worm targetting Windows users (AFP)
A man walks past a giant Microsoft logo. Microsoft said it was probing a 'malicious worm' which appears to be targetting users of its Windows 2000 operating system(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - Microsoft said it was probing a "malicious worm" which appears to be targetting users of its Windows 2000 operating system.


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Microsoft hires third co. to build Xbox 360 (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp's new Xbox 360 game console is seen at Xbox Summit 2005 in Tokyo July 25, 2005. Microsoft, which has used two companies to build its Xbox game console, said on Tuesday it is expanding that roster to three for its next-generation Xbox 360 due out later this year. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , which has used two companies to build its Xbox game console, said on Tuesday it is expanding that roster to three for its next-generation Xbox 360 due out later this year.


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Microsoft Inches Closer to Delivering Push E-Mail (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Redmond software giant is set to release a CTP build, in lieu of a beta, of Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2, on August 19.

Is Microsoft Trying to Rename RSS? (PC World)
PC World - One MSN executive is defending the software giant against blogger accusations.

Windows Mobile Treo Gets Premature Support (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Even though a Windows Mobile Treo is still officially a rumor, one vendor says it will support enterprises that transition mobilized applications developed for the Treo to the Microsoft platform.

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.

Attacks Target Windows Vulnerability In Just Five Days (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Just five days after Microsoft divulged a critical vulnerability in Windows 2000, several bot worms began attacking unpatched systems.

Windows Users Battle New Computer Worm (AP)
AP - A computer worm unleashed over the weekend infected more computers on Tuesday that run Microsoft operating systems, with Windows 2000 users most seriously affected.

Apple, Microsoft Duel Over IPod Patent (AP)
In a file photo Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs speaks as he launches Apple's music download service, the iTunes Music Store, in Tokyo Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005.  Apple took too long to file a patent covering part of its blockbuster iPod music players, so Microsoft beat Apple to it. Bloggers and other tech pundits snickered at the prospect of Steve Jobs having to pay Bill Gates royalties on the beloved iPods. But that scenario is unlikely.   (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - Given the intense rivalry between Apple Computer Inc. and Microsoft Corp., this recent revelation had a comedic tinge: Apple took too long to file a patent on part of its blockbuster iPod music players, so Microsoft beat Apple to it.


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San Francisco Moves Forward on Wi-Fi Plan (AP)
AP - The city of San Francisco wants ideas for making the entire 49-square mile city a free — or at least cheap — Wi-Fi zone.

Approval of '.xxx' Domain for Porn Delayed (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency agreed Tuesday to a one-month delay in approving a new ".xxx" domain name after the U.S. government cited "unprecedented" opposition to a virtual red-light district.

Experts Offer Homework Help Online (AP)
AP - Robert Stewart, the man behind the "Ask Dr. Bob" Web service, is glad to answer any questions students may have about oceans.

Worm Hits TV Networks, N.Y. Times (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - A new Internet worm infected and disrupted computers and networks at CNN, ABC and the New York Times yesterday.

Tokyo Edge: Digicams Dominate (PC World)
PC World - Late-summer introductions include a compact 5-megapixel camera phone, new camcorders, and still shooters.

Sprint Nextel to rejig rate plans, sell music (Reuters)
Reuters - Sprint Nextel Corp., will combine wireless service plans from Sprint and Nextel in early September and launch a mobile music download service in time for the holidays, an executive said on Tuesday.

Sun Misses Release Target for StarOffice 8 (PC World)
PC World - Update of Microsoft Office alternative now expected in September.

Microsoft probing 'malicious' worm targetting Windows users (AFP)
A man walks past a giant Microsoft logo. Microsoft said it was probing a 'malicious worm' which appears to be targetting users of its Windows 2000 operating system(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - Microsoft said it was probing a "malicious worm" which appears to be targetting users of its Windows 2000 operating system.


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Worm Hits TV Networks, N.Y. Times (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - A new Internet worm infected and disrupted computers and networks at CNN, ABC and the New York Times yesterday.

Approval of '.xxx' Domain for Porn Delayed (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency agreed Tuesday to a one-month delay in approving a new ".xxx" domain name after the U.S. government cited "unprecedented" opposition to a virtual red-light district.

Experts Offer Homework Help Online (AP)
AP - Robert Stewart, the man behind the "Ask Dr. Bob" Web service, is glad to answer any questions students may have about oceans.

HBO Uses Firefox As Marketing Tool (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Cable channel HBO's Internet-marketing campaign for its upcoming series "Rome" includes offering a downloadable "skin" for the Firefox web browser.

Study Indicates Consumers Want Personalization (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Consumers want more personalization from the Web sites they visit, but site operators first must earn consumers' trust by demonstrating that they have robust security in place and clearly articulated policies for safeguarding consumer information, according to survey results ChoiceStream released yesterday.

Amazon Takes Location-Mapping Service to a New Level (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Online retailer Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) today unveiled an Internet mapping service that offers ground-level photos of streets in 22 cities.

AOL Launches Mobile Portal (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - America Online is reaching out to the mobile masses in a big way with the launch of a portal that offers a plethora of customized communication and content services for wireless device users.

Shopping maul: lions for sale on the Internet (AFP)
An African lion cubs hugs its mother at a zoo.  Lions are doing a roaring trade, with baboons, giraffes, zebras and chimps also on sale on the Internet, a report said.(AFP/File/David Hancock)AFP - Lions are doing a roaring trade, with baboons, giraffes, zebras and chimps also on sale on the Internet, a report said.


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US seeks delay in .xxx Web domains, citing strong protests (AFP)
The United States has asked the Internet's regulator to postpone the creation of a new '.xxx' domain for sex-oriented websites, citing an 'unprecedented' level of protests.(AFP/Illustration)AFP - The United States has asked the Internet's regulator to postpone the creation of a new ".xxx" domain for sex-oriented websites, citing an "unprecedented" level of protests.


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Amazon.com's A9 Search Engine Unveils Photo-Mapping Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - 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.

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