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Worm Infection Rates Appear to Be Low (AP)
Graphic shows computer attack statistics. (AP Graphic)AP - Malicious hackers unleashed new variants of a computer worm that attacks a vulnerability in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 2000 operating system, but infection rates appeared to be relatively low and damage minor Wednesday.


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Gates Says to Harness Power of Technology (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks at the National Conference of State Legislatures Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle. In an on-stage interview conducted by University of Washington President Mark Emmert, Gates predicted that technology will make as many advances in the next 10 years as it has over the past three decades. (AP Photo/Steve Shelton)AP - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates told state legislators that harnessing the power of technology will help them serve their constituents more efficiently.


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Microsoft sets Xbox 360 pricing at up to $399 (Reuters)
J Allard, the Microsoft corporate vice president overseeing the software development of the new Xbox, speaks about the new XBox 360 during the Xbox 360 E3 kick-off celebration at the Electronics Entertainment Expo at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles May 16, 2005. Microsoft's Xbox 360 game console will retail for $299 in the United States and will be out 'in plenty of time for the Christmas market,' European home and entertainment head Chris Lewis said. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday said its new Xbox 360 would sell for as much as $399 in the United States, the most expensive mainstream video game console launch yet.


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Microsoft Rolling Out Two Xbox Versions (AP)
AP - When Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox video game console comes out this fall, consumers will be able to choose between a fully loaded system and a more basic version without a hard drive, wireless controller and other features.

Report: Microsoft's Xbox 360 to cost $299 (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox 360 will be available in two versions costing US$300 and $400 when it is launched later this year, the company said Wednesday. In Europe it will cost €300 and €400 respectively and in the U.K. will cost £210 and £280 respectively.

Microsoft Readies Two Versions of the Xbox 360 (PC World)
PC World - Gaming console will be available in a $300 basic edition and a $400 premium edition.

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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Rival hacker groups spreading worm using Windows flaw (AFP)
Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at the security firm F-Secure. Rival hacker groups were spreading variants of a new computer worm exploiting a flaw in the Windows 2000 operating system, with networks of several media organizations already hit, experts said.(AFP/File/Paivi Vayrynen)AFP - Rival hacker groups were spreading variants of a new computer worm exploiting a flaw in the Windows 2000 operating system, with networks of several media organizations already hit, experts said.


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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.

Worm Infection Rates Appear to Be Low (AP)
Graphic shows computer attack statistics. (AP Graphic)AP - Malicious hackers unleashed new variants of a computer worm that attacks a vulnerability in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 2000 operating system, but infection rates appeared to be relatively low and damage minor Wednesday.


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AOL Worker Who Stole E-Mail List Sentenced (AP)
Jason Smathers, 25, exits Manhattan federal court following his sentencing, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, in New York. The former America Online software engineer was accused of stealing 92 million e-mail addresses and selling them to spammers who sent out up to 7 billion unsolicited e-mails.   (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - A 25-year-old former America Online employee who admitted he became a cyberspace "outlaw" when he sold all 92 million screen names and e-mail addresses to spammers was sentenced Wednesday to a year and three months in prison.


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Review: Watch the Wax With Ear Headphones (AP)
The Shure E2c sits on display in New York Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005. These headphones carry the sound in a canal through the earplugs which seal out ambient noise. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)AP - Would you buy a pair of headphones that need an ear wax remover? This delicate question confronts you if you look at a class of gadget that's gaining prominence with the iPod digital music player: headphones you stick in your ear canal.


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Microsoft Rolling Out Two Xbox Versions (AP)
AP - When Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox video game console comes out this fall, consumers will be able to choose between a fully loaded system and a more basic version without a hard drive, wireless controller and other features.

Review: 'Nintendogs' a Superb Substitute (AP)
This undated image from the video game 'Nintendogs' was provided by Nintendo. The game, available exclusively for the Nintendo DS handheld game system, is a virtual puppy simulator that lets you play and care for your pet while you teach it tricks, pet it and take it out for walks. In this scene, the player must drag a stylus across the bottom touch screen to wash and rinse off their pet.  (AP Photo/Nintendo)AP - From DigiMon to Tamagotchi, there are dozens of choices for the virtual pet lover. The latest, "Nintendogs," ($30, rated E) debuts in the United States next week, exclusively for the Nintendo DS handheld game machine.


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New N.Y. Law Targets Hidden Net Tolls (AP)
AP - A new law that's apparently the first in the nation threatens to penalize Internet service providers that fail to warn users that some dial-up numbers can ring up enormous long-distance phone bills even though they appear local.

Microsoft sets Xbox 360 pricing at up to $399 (Reuters)
J Allard, the Microsoft corporate vice president overseeing the software development of the new Xbox, speaks about the new XBox 360 during the Xbox 360 E3 kick-off celebration at the Electronics Entertainment Expo at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles May 16, 2005. Microsoft's Xbox 360 game console will retail for $299 in the United States and will be out 'in plenty of time for the Christmas market,' European home and entertainment head Chris Lewis said. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday said its new Xbox 360 would sell for as much as $399 in the United States, the most expensive mainstream video game console launch yet.


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Qualcomm buys Elata for $57 million (Reuters)
Reuters - Wireless technology company Qualcomm Inc. on Wednesday said it bought British software company Elata for $57 million to help it expand its product offerings for European wireless operators.

Zotob Madness and the Real Cost of Windows vs. Linux (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Opinion: The Zotob attacks could have been prevented by proper Windows patching, or they could have easily been prevented for less by using Linux in the first place.

Apple security update breaks 64-bit applications (MacCentral)
MacCentral - A security update released on Tuesday by Apple Computer rendered 64-bit optimized applications for Mac OS X unusable. The update, which fixed many issues with the operating system, left some companies scrambling to explain to customers why their applications stopped working.

New N.Y. Law Targets Hidden Net Tolls (AP)
AP - A new law that's apparently the first in the nation threatens to penalize Internet service providers that fail to warn users that some dial-up numbers can ring up enormous long-distance phone bills even though they appear local.

AOL Worker Who Stole E-Mail List Sentenced (AP)
Jason Smathers, 25, exits Manhattan federal court following his sentencing, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, in New York. The former America Online software engineer was accused of stealing 92 million e-mail addresses and selling them to spammers who sent out up to 7 billion unsolicited e-mails.   (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - A 25-year-old former America Online employee who admitted he became a cyberspace "outlaw" when he sold all 92 million screen names and e-mail addresses to spammers was sentenced Wednesday to a year and three months in prison.


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Singapore's Internet Controls Shun Filters (AP)
AP - Singapore maintains some of the world's tightest restrictions on free expression on the Internet, but unlike other regimes, it doesn't do it with technological filters. Instead Singapore controls the Web through an unusual mix of legal pressures and access restrictions, according to a new study from three universities.

Number of Internet-Phone Consumers Soars (AP)
AP - The number of consumers bypassing the traditional phone network and opting for Internet voice service is soaring beyond expectations.

Salon Putting the Well on the Sales Block (AP)
AP - The Well, an eclectic online community whose profits have never quite measured up to its pioneering influence, is being put on the sales block by its current owner, long-struggling Web publisher Salon Media Group Inc.

Huffington Discusses Her 'Judy File' Sources and 'Plamegate' (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Sources are at the heart of the Valerie Plame case. Sources are also a big part of Arianna Huffington's series of blog postings -- on HuffingtonPost.com -- about what she sees as New York Times reporter Judith Miller's less-than-heroic role in "Plamegate."

Online scammers pose as execs in 'spear-phishing' (Reuters)
Reuters - Online criminals trying to pry passwords and other sensitive information out of companies have started using phony e-mails to pose as powerful executives of the targeted organizations, experts said on Wednesday.

ICANN Delays .xxx Top-Level Domain (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A government agency has put a one-month delay into the process of approval for a new ".xxx" top-level domain, citing overwhelming public opposition to a porn-only section of the Internet.

Google Has Your Data: Should You Be Afraid? - Part One (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) has become a corporate media conglomerate focused on generating revenue by incessantly pushing advertisements at its users. Now, corporate Google is bent on monetizing every user through keeping a careful watch on every Web page users access and every file users open on local machines.

Cheney's odds rise for presidency (AFP)
US Vice President Dick Cheney has seen a sharp improvement in his odds for the presidency in 2008, but he trails three other possible candidates, the online betting service Sportsbook.com said.(AFP/File/Menahem Kahana)AFP - US Vice President Dick Cheney has seen a sharp improvement in his odds for the presidency in 2008, but he trails three other possible candidates, the online betting service Sportsbook.com said.


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