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Infection Rates in New Windows Worm 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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Microsoft offers tool to combine .Net assemblies (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is offering an upgraded version of its ILMerge utility, which merges multiple .Net assemblies into a single assembly.

A Year After Its IPO, Google Re-Stocking With New Offering (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Google's loading up the war chest for what could be a long battle with well-heeled Internet rivals Yahoo and Microsoft.

New Zero-Day IE Bug Can Give Attackers Control (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser appears vulnerable to an unpatched bug similar to one fixed last week, several security vendors say.

Gates Talks Education, Tech Needs to Legislators (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) chairman Bill Gates told a gathering of state legislators that focusing on technology education will help them serve their constituents into the future.

Intel, Microsoft And The Coming DRM Clampdown (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Digital rights management is here to stay. Unfortunately, it's mostly honest folks who are penalized by DRM.

Microsoft Issues Zotob Cleaning Tool (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft rushes out a new version of its Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool as one response to a bot worm attack that began earlier this week.

Poll: Third Of PC Users Blame Microsoft For Zotob Attacks (TechWeb)
TechWeb - More bad news for the PR department at Microsoft: A British survey suggests that people are as mad at the software maker as they are at the rogue hackers who develop malicious code.

Microsoft Rethinks RSS Name Change (PC World)
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)PC World - Software giant is backing off its plan to use the term 'Web feeds' in Internet Explorer 7.


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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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Ariz. High School Trades Books for Laptops (AP)
Freshman Julian Tarazon works with his Apple laptop computer in class at Empire High School in Vail, Ariz., Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2005. Empire High School issued Apple laptop computers to every student instead of traditional textbooks, becoming among the first public schools nationally to make the electronic leap. (AP Photo/John Miller)AP - Students at Empire High School here started class this year with no textbooks — but it wasn't because of a funding crisis. Instead, the school issued iBooks — laptop computers by Apple Computer Inc. — to each of its 340 students, becoming one of the first U.S. public schools to shun printed textbooks.


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Infection Rates in New Windows Worm 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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GameBoy Micro to Make U.S. Debut Sept. 19 (AP)
In this undated photo released by Japan's Nintendo Co., its latest hand-held game player, the mobile-phone sized GameBoy Micro, is shown. The Japanese video game maker said Thursday, Aug. 18, 2005 it will launch GameBoy Micro  in Japan on Sept. 13. The GameBoy Micro, to be priced at 12,000 yen (US$109; euro88.65), has a five-centimeter (two-inch) screen and comes in four colors, black, silver, blue or purple, the Kyoto-based company said in a release. (AP Photo/Nintendo Co. via Kyodo News)AP - Japanese video-game maker Nintendo Co. said it will launch its latest hand-held game player, the cell-phone sized GameBoy Micro, in Japan on Sept. 13 and the United States on Sept. 19.


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USA Today to Publish Technology Magazine (AP)
AP - USA Today, the largest-circulation daily newspaper in the country, is launching a glossy technology magazine covering consumer electronics and trends, the newspaper announced Thursday.

REVIEW: New Bluetooth Stereo Headphones (AP)
Shown are Bluetooth headphones in San Francisco, Wednesday Aug. 3, 2005. Plantronics has introduced the Pulsar 590, a pair of rechargable Bluetooth-enabled headphones. They offer nice styling and killer sound quality extended over about a 50-foot range from a small transmitter that can be connected to the miniplug audio output jack of any device.   (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - For my money, Bluetooth technology has long been little more than a spotty solution in search of problem. Getting rid of wires around the house is an admirable goal, but Bluetooth-enabled devices invariably cost a bit more, have limited range and require extra connectivity doodads that I've been unwilling pay for.


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Japan Internet CEO to run as de facto LDP candidate (Reuters)
Maverick Japanese Internet CEO Takafumi Horie is guided past reporters after speaking at Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's Liberal Democratic Party headquarters in Tokyo August 19, 2005. The founder of high-flying Internet firm Livedoor Co will run as a de facto candidate for the LDP in next month's election in an attempt to topple an anti-reform rebel and woo undecided voters. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi tapped a maverick Internet CEO as a de facto candidate on Friday, the latest celebrity to run against party rebels in an election being cast as a referendum on reform.


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Kid stuff for 'Madagascar' DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - Taking the kid-friendly concept to a new level, DreamWorks' upcoming DVD release of "Madagascar" will feature more than 100 interactive games and creative activities.

Intel sees WiMax project expanded to 100 cities (Reuters)
Reuters - Intel Corp. , the world's largest chip maker, expects to work with more than 100 cities around the globe to improve public services, using the latest wireless technology, an executive said on Thursday.

EMC Acquires NAS Virtualization Specialist Rainfinity (TechWeb)
TechWeb - EMC has acquired Rainfinity, whose technology delivers read/write access to Windows, Linux and Unix-based files.

Users Respond Quickly to ZoTob Threat (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The latest spate of nearly 20 worms designed to exploit a weakness in Windows software shows that hackers are more quickly responding to software-vulnerability announcements than they have been in the past. But the limited effect of the worm also indicates that users are becoming more aware of security issues.

Japan Internet CEO to run as de facto LDP candidate (Reuters)
Maverick Japanese Internet CEO Takafumi Horie is guided past reporters after speaking at Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's Liberal Democratic Party headquarters in Tokyo August 19, 2005. The founder of high-flying Internet firm Livedoor Co will run as a de facto candidate for the LDP in next month's election in an attempt to topple an anti-reform rebel and woo undecided voters. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi tapped a maverick Internet CEO as a de facto candidate on Friday, the latest celebrity to run against party rebels in an election being cast as a referendum on reform.


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China tries to wipe Internet icon from Web (Reuters)
Chinese Internet-born star Furong Jiejie aka Sister Furong dances on a roof in Beijing August 10, 2005. Furong, whose real name is Shi Hengxia, started the craze by posting pictures of herself on Internet bulletin boards of two top universities in Beijing. In late July, authorities told the country's top blog host to move Furong-related content to low-profile parts of the site. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng JinReuters - Floozie or role model, attention monger or free spirit? For months, China has been debating what to make of its latest Internet-born star, a young woman known nationwide as Furong Jiejie, aka Sister Furong.


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Google marks IPO anniversary with new share offering (AFP)
The logo of Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. Google said it plans to sell more than 14 million additional shares in a secondary offering that could raise four billion dollars.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google, the Internet search giant that went public a year ago, said it plans to sell more than 14 million additional shares in a secondary offering that could raise four billion dollars.


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SBC Chooses Motorola, Scientific-Atlanta Set-Top Boxes For IPTV (TechWeb)
TechWeb - SBC Communications has chosen Motorola and Scientific-Atlanta set-top boxes for the company's upcoming Internet TV service.

Geico, Google Declare Victory In Court Ruling (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Geico and Google both declare victory in a court ruling stemming from a lawsuit in which the insurance company accused the search-engine giant of trademark violations.

New Zero-Day IE Bug Can Give Attackers Control (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser appears vulnerable to an unpatched bug similar to one fixed last week, several security vendors say.

RSS Name On Its Way Out In Consumer Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft looks to drop the RSS name, a sign that the acronym used to described technology for distributing content on the web is on its way out.

Yahoo Debuts Low-Cost Music Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Internet portal Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) on Thursday officially announced a music-subscription service for consumers in the U.S. A multimedia advertising campaign promoting Yahoo Music Unlimited will kick off Aug. 28.

Google Has Your Data: Should You Be Afraid? - Part Two (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As Part One of this story discussed, Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) is bent on monetizing users through keeping a careful watch on every Web page users access and every file users open on local machines, a strategy that has begun to raise red flags among privacy advocates.

VoIP Firm Launches Interactive Online Community (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The company that provides the Packet 8 broadband Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) and videophone communications service has launched an interactive online community.

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