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South Korea likely to decide Microsoft case in Sept (Reuters)
Reuters - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Tuesday a final decision on allegations that Microsoft Corp. unfairly used its dominant position to shut out rivals is likely to be made as early as late next month.

New Oracle Collaboration Suite Takes Aim At Microsoft SharePoint (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The software includes content management for beginning and advanced users, instant messaging, and is designed to be enterprise-scalable. SharePoint is designed for workgroups, and has scalability problems.

Microsoft Calms IE Bug Worries (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft continues to downplay the potential impact of a "zero-day" vulnerability in Internet Explorer, now by stressing the limited number of applications which use the flawed component.

Google offers customized Web pages in challenge to Yahoo, Microsoft (AFP)
Internet search giant Google took a step toward directly confronting rivals Yahoo and Microsoft with a new program giving users customized Web pages in a desktop window(Google )AFP - Internet search giant Google took a step toward directly confronting rivals Yahoo and Microsoft with a new program giving users customized Web pages in a desktop window.


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Microsoft Hopes to Go Postal (PC World)
PC World - Software giant's RFID system allows both the sender and receiver to track the exact location of a package.

Acrylic paints the Avalon dream (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has issued the second preview release of a graphic design tool that lays a piece of the foundation for its forthcoming Windows Vista OS and draws competitor Adobe Systems closer to its crosshairs. Acrylic is positioned to both compete with and complement offerings from Adobe.

Microsoft Buffs Sparkle 'Flash Killer' (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Sources say Redmond's new multimedia tool, expected to be part of Expression Studio, will debut at next month's Microsoft Professional Developers Conference.

Microsoft Working to Fix Browser Flaw (AP)
Indonesian girls photograph themselves with a new model of a cellular phone during anexhibition in Jakarta July 21, 2004. The issue of digital-rights management, or DRM, has spurred a number of plans to protect content, ranging from standards for mobile phones, digital music players, CDs, DVDs and other media, available from InterTrust, Microsoft Corp., Apple Computer Inc., Sony Corp. and others. (Beawiharta/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 MSN Leads Gain In Search Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - But it's too soon to say whether the third-place portal is catching up.

Yahoo, Verizon Team Up on Internet Service (AP)
AP - Verizon Communications Inc. and Yahoo Inc. have teamed up to launch a cheaper high-speed Internet service designed to compete against cable operators and dial-up service providers.

Google Revamps Desktop Search Program (AP)
Internet search giant Google took a step toward directly confronting rivals Yahoo and Microsoft with a new program giving users customized Web pages in a desktop window(Google )AP - Google Inc. updated its software for searching PC hard drives and the Internet, giving the free program a new look and adding tools that deliver personalized information based on a user's Web surfing habits.


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Companies Offer Cell-Phone Comics in Japan (AP)
AP - Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. will almost triple the number of comic books it formats for viewing on cell phones in a move that will make it the No. 1 provider of popular Japanese "manga" comics for cell phones, a company official said Monday.

Synthesizer Innovator Robert A. Moog Dies (AP)
Robert Moog, inventor of the Synthesizer, sits next to a Van Koevering Interactive baby grand piano, in this Aug. 1999 file photo, in New York. Moog, whose self-named synthesizers turned electric currents into sound and opened the musical wave that became electronica, died Sunday, Aug. 21, 2005, at his home in Asheville, N.C., according to his company's Web site. He was 71. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - He may not have been a rock star himself, but Robert A. Moog's influence can be heard in the music of bands from The Beatles to Yes, Herbie Hancock to Chick Corea.


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Debate Over Cell Phone Towers Growing (AP)
AP - After two years of boisterous meetings and litigation, the 150-member Southampton Presbyterian Church surrounded by closely-spaced red-brick homes is at odds with its neighbors over an issue that has nothing to do with theology.

AOL buys admission to ticketing (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online is plunging deeper into the growing online business of reselling tickets to rock concerts, sporting events and other live shows.

Ready to Drop Kick Your PC? (PC World)
PC World - Troubleshooting a computer feels intimidating. Here are a few simple steps to help you solve common problems.

BBC's 'Doctor Who', 'Red Dwarf' arrive on mobiles (Reuters)
Reuters - The BBC is selling classic episodes of "Doctor Who" and "Red Dwarf" for viewing on mobile phones, anticipating that fans of cult science fiction are often among the first to adopt new technology.

Apache Launches Open Source Software-Integration Project (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Apache Software Foundation launches an open-source project to develop application-integration middleware, a move that could lead to a viable alternative to vendor-supplied products used in service-oriented architectures.

Web of Crime: Zombie PC Armies Designed to Suck Your Wallet Dry (PC World)
PC World - Botnets built with malicious software are used in Web-based extortion and espionage efforts.

AOL buys admission to ticketing (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online is plunging deeper into the growing online business of reselling tickets to rock concerts, sporting events and other live shows.

Yahoo, Verizon Team Up on Internet Service (AP)
AP - Verizon Communications Inc. and Yahoo Inc. have teamed up to launch a cheaper high-speed Internet service designed to compete against cable operators and dial-up service providers.

Google's 'Intelligent' Desktop 2 (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - Google Inc. yesterday released new software that collects information based on a computer user's behavior and displays updates of news, weather, Web sites and unopened e-mail messages on a toolbar on the side of the screen.

Google Revamps Desktop Search Program (AP)
Internet search giant Google took a step toward directly confronting rivals Yahoo and Microsoft with a new program giving users customized Web pages in a desktop window(Google )AP - Google Inc. updated its software for searching PC hard drives and the Internet, giving the free program a new look and adding tools that deliver personalized information based on a user's Web surfing habits.


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Yahoo co-founder files plan to sell 2 mln shares (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo Inc. on Monday said David Filo, the company's co-founder and "chief Yahoo," has set up a plan to sell up to 2 million shares of Yahoo common stock over 12 months.

Amazon.com Partners With Photo-Services Provider Shutterfly (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Amazon.com on Monday said it has agreed to market and provide on its website online proto services from Shutterfly Inc.

Free computer search software released by US tech giant Google (AFP)
The logo of Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California.    Free software that 'learns' the habits and interests of computer users to customize online searches was released by Internet giant Google.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Free software that "learns" the habits and interests of computer users to customize online searches was released by Internet giant Google.


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Study Sheds Light on College Student Online Behaviors (TechWeb)
TechWeb - New study sheds light on the online behaviors and attitudes of consumers between the ages of 18 and 24.

Amazon.com Offers Book Lovers 'Digital Shorts' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Online retailer Amazon.com is offering short-form literature in digital format from new and established authors.

Google Updates Desktop-Search Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) has launched a revamped version of its desktop-search software to make it easier for users to locate and access information stored on computers as well as on the Web.

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