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Microsoft Working to Fix Browser Flaw (AP)
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)AP - Microsoft Corp. was working Friday to come up with a fix for a flaw in its Internet Explorer browser that could let hackers gain remote access to computer systems through malicious Web sites.


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Microsoft demos RSS features in IE 7 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAN FRANCISCO -- Whether the content streams are eventually called RSS, Web feeds, or some other name, a key design goal of the forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 is to let users easily subscribe to blogs and Web sites via RSS (Really Simple Syndication). Attendees at the Blog Business Summit here on Friday got a sneak peek of this functionality in IE 7 running on Windows Vista.

Microsoft CTP Madness Strikes (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is releasing previews of more of its technologies via Community Technology Preview builds. But mixing and matching CTPs is turning into a full-time occupation.

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.

File-Sharing Continues at Colleges (AP)
AP - As a college freshman, Will Mount feasted on the free but mostly illegal music available through online file-sharing software such as Kazaa. Now a senior, Mount has seen his free music fix become legal, thanks to an initiative by American University in Washington, D.C., to dissuade students from using its computer network to illegally swap music online.

Microsoft Working to Fix Browser Flaw (AP)
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)AP - Microsoft Corp. was working Friday to come up with a fix for a flaw in its Internet Explorer browser that could let hackers gain remote access to computer systems through malicious Web sites.


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Thousands Flock to Gaming Convention (AP)
Jim sharp, left, of Fort Worth, Texas, plays Anachronism with Izzy Gambliel, a member of the game's design team from Seattle during the four-day Gen Con gaming event in Indianapolis, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2005.  (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)AP - Inside an eerie 10,000-square-foot labyrinthine dungeon, a wizard, rogue, cleric, bard, ranger, fighter and paladin are on a mission. For two hours, the team of seven will solve elaborate riddles and fight monsters in seven rooms as they try to capture a magic amulet that will save the fantasy city of Greyhawk.


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Customs Computer Virus Strands Passengers (AP)
AP - Travelers arriving in the United States from abroad were stuck in long lines at airports nationwide when a virus shut down an U.S. Customs and Border Protection computer system for several hours, officials said.

Ariz. High School Swaps 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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TV Tidbits: Notes of Interest (Mediaweek.com)
Mediaweek.com - Dancing With the Stars winner Kelly Monaco and runner-up John O'Hurley, along with partners Alec Mazo and Charlotte Jorgensen, will go head-to-head once again in Dancing With the Stars Dance-off on Tuesday, Sept. 20 from 8:30-10 p.m. ET. Just in time for the start of the new season, the competition will feature each couple performing several styles of dance, including Latin, ballroom and freestyle. Although the judges will be back, this time America will decide who the true winner is, with voting via phones and the Internet immediately following the broadcast. ...

Universal Music Group gets a phone of its own (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Music Group and partner SingleTouch Interactive are bringing to market a music-focused mobile phone, called MoveU Mobile, which will provide access to such personalized entertainment as ringtones, wallpaper images and other music-related downloads.

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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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.

Toast 7 includes DivX, iLife browsing, much more (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Roxio at the end of the month will release a new version of their CD and DVD burning software for the Mac — Toast 7 Titanium. While the new release looks similar to its predecessor, it features extensive changes under the hood, including support for the DivX video compression format, the ability to browse iLife content and many other changes. Expected to hit North American stores on August 31, 2005, Toast 7 Titanium will cost $99, with a $20 rebate form inside the box for users of older versions of Toast and other products. ...

Microsoft Working to Fix Browser Flaw (AP)
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)AP - Microsoft Corp. was working Friday to come up with a fix for a flaw in its Internet Explorer browser that could let hackers gain remote access to computer systems through malicious Web sites.


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File-Sharing Continues at Colleges (AP)
AP - As a college freshman, Will Mount feasted on the free but mostly illegal music available through online file-sharing software such as Kazaa. Now a senior, Mount has seen his free music fix become legal, thanks to an initiative by American University in Washington, D.C., to dissuade students from using its computer network to illegally swap music online.

TV Tidbits: Notes of Interest (Mediaweek.com)
Mediaweek.com - Dancing With the Stars winner Kelly Monaco and runner-up John O'Hurley, along with partners Alec Mazo and Charlotte Jorgensen, will go head-to-head once again in Dancing With the Stars Dance-off on Tuesday, Sept. 20 from 8:30-10 p.m. ET. Just in time for the start of the new season, the competition will feature each couple performing several styles of dance, including Latin, ballroom and freestyle. Although the judges will be back, this time America will decide who the true winner is, with voting via phones and the Internet immediately following the broadcast. ...

Microsoft demos RSS features in IE 7 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAN FRANCISCO -- Whether the content streams are eventually called RSS, Web feeds, or some other name, a key design goal of the forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 is to let users easily subscribe to blogs and Web sites via RSS (Really Simple Syndication). Attendees at the Blog Business Summit here on Friday got a sneak peek of this functionality in IE 7 running on Windows Vista.

US has until April 2006 to respect Internet gambling ruling: WTO (AFP)
Logo of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva. The United States has until April 2006 to comply with a ruling about US restrictions on cross-border gaming on the Internet, the WTO announced.(AFP/File/Thomas Coex)AFP - The United States has until April 2006 to comply with a ruling about US restrictions on cross-border gaming on the Internet, the World Trade Organization announced.


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Yahoo Beefs Up Local-Search Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) has added new features to its local-search service, bringing user reviews and interactive maps into the mix.

Intel Launches Global Wireless Initiative (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Never one to think small, Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) is enlisting the help of major I.T. providers in launching an initiative to deliver wireless broadband connectivity to cities worldwide.

Google Has Your Data: Should You Be Afraid? - Part Three (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - If nothing else were involved other than the scenarios explained by Google's policy statements [see Part One and Part Two of this story], concerns over possible privacy abuses might not be rising. But security experts and analysts alike say they are noticing growing concerns about privacy issues associated with exposing personal information over the Internet.

'Killbit' Workaround for Zero-Day IE Flaw Available (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The SANS Internet Storm Center has released a free utility to help thwart zero-day Internet Explorer attacks.

WTO gives U.S. till April to change gambling law (Reuters)
A World Trade Organization arbiter on Friday gave the United States until April 3 to comply with a ruling that a ban on Internet gambling services offered by Antigua violates the body's rules. U.S. officials had sought a July deadline. United States Trade Representative's Office press secretary Neena Moorjani said on Friday the USTR would examine the ruling and do its best to accede to the timeframe. But she said the change would not necessarily loosen U.S. restrictions on Internet gambling. Players compete in the Texas Hold 'Em main event at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, July 8, 2005. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A World Trade Organization arbiter on Friday gave the United States until April 3 to comply with a ruling that a ban on Internet gambling services offered by Antigua violates the body's rules.


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