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Battle to be hottest Internet portal a fight for profits: experts (AFP)
The headquarters of Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. Internet titans Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online are locked in a fierce battle to win the fortune that comes with the loyalty of computer users, experts said(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Internet titans Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online are locked in a fierce battle to win the fortune that comes with the loyalty of computer users, experts said.


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Microsoft to Expand Anti-Phishing Tool (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will soon make available to the general public a tool for warning users about "phishing" scams that could lead to identity theft.

Microsoft signs film deal for "Halo" video games (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. has signed a deal with two film studios to make a movie based on its popular space-based video game series 'Halo,' a spokesman for Universal Pictures said on Wednesday. In this file photo, hundreds of gamers queue for the midnight release of Halo 2 for X-Box at Toys-R-Us in Times Square, New York November 8, 2004. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has signed a deal with two film studios to make a movie based on its popular space-based video game series "Halo," a spokesman for Universal Pictures said on Wednesday.


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W3C objects to US Copyright Office's browser plan (MacCentral)
MacCentral - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is protesting a proposal by the U.S. Copyright Office that may temporarily require online forms to be submitted using only Microsoft Corp.’s Internet Explorer Web browser or Netscape browsers.

Zotob Worm Targets Windows XP (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft admits that more users may be vulnerable to the highly-publicized worm.

From Melissa to Zotob: 10 Years of Windows Worms (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A look back at some of the biggest security attacks against Microsoft's flagship operating system since the launch of Windows 95 a decade ago.

A Decade Later: Windows 95 Keeps Going … and Going (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's own worst enemy for Windows Vista is the kinds of users who are still running Windows 95. What, if anything, might convince these die-hards to upgrade?

Microsoft Releases MSN Messenger 7.5 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The chat client update allows users to exchange audio clips, choose backgrounds and send messages to some cell phones. Is Google listening?

Google stepping beyond search (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Google is moving beyond traditional Internet search into a pair of new services that put it more directly in competition with Microsoft and Yahoo.

Microsoft makes case to Korean authorities (MacCentral)
MacCentral - South Korea’s government antitrust body heard from Microsoft Corp. officials at a hearing Tuesday regarding complaints that the company’s Windows software violated competition rules.

Internet Phone Cos. May Cut Off Customers (AP)
Nuvio Corp., an Internet phone service provider, has challenged U.S. rules requiring it to make full 911 emergency calling services available to customers by late November, the company said on Monday. In this file photo, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla) (R) gestures during a news conference discussing 911 emergency phone call reforms on Capitol Hill, in Washington May 19, 2005. Sparking the reforms is Cheryl Wall (C), a Deltona, Florida mother who could not get through to 911 dispatchers on her voice-over-internet protocol phone when her infant daughter stopped breathing. Mrs. Wall's daughter later died as a result. REUTERS/Shaun HeasleyAP - Providers of Internet-based phone services may be forced next week to cut off tens of thousands of customers who haven't formally acknowledged that they understand the problems they may encounter dialing 911 in an emergency.


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Minn. Spammer Indicted on Pharmacy Charges (AP)
AP - A Minnesota man considered one of the world's most prolific e-mail spammers was indicted on more than a dozen federal charges related to the operation of his business, Xpress Pharmacy Direct.

Google to Launch Messaging, Voice Service (AP)
AP - Further expanding beyond its roots in Internet search, Google Inc. plans to launch a long-rumored program Wednesday that provides both text instant messaging and computer-to-computer voice chat.

REVIEW: Traffic Software Gives Radio a Run (AP)
Palm Inc. released software called 'Traffic for Treo' Smartphones that gives real-time traffic updates for 10 cities, as demonstrated on this device. Flashing yellow, orange or red circles appear over a road map to show where problems are, and a user clicks on the circle to get a written message about the traffic problem. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - Long Island looked as if it were on fire. That's my view of the New York suburbs on the screen of a Treo Smartphone. A new piece of software gives me real-time traffic updates — flashing yellow, orange or red circles appear over a road map, depending on the level of hell they portend.


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Microsoft to Expand Anti-Phishing Tool (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will soon make available to the general public a tool for warning users about "phishing" scams that could lead to identity theft.

Conde Nast plans new business group, magazine (Reuters)
Reuters - Conde Nast Publications Inc. said on Wednesday that it would start a new business group and a monthly magazine and Web site, with Wall Street Journal veteran Joanne Lipman at the helm.

TiVo reports first-time profit (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Digital video recording pioneer TiVo posted its first-ever profit Wednesday, but the San Jose company warned Wall Street it would sacrifice earnings later this year as it aggressively seeks new subscribers.

New Software Makes Podcasts Mobile (AP)
AP - A California company is hoping to tap into the growing podcasting craze with software that enables mobile phone users to stream audio files directly from their home computer.

Fighting For Your Digital Rights (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sun Microsystems is making some software available to the open-source community to launch an effort to create standardized software for digital-rights management.

Lucasfilm Partners With HP for Technology (AP)
AP - Lucasfilm Ltd., which created the blockbuster "Star Wars" film franchise, said Wednesday it will partner with Hewlett-Packard Co. for three years and use the company's software to design film and video game effects.

Chinese Web sites used to target U.S. systems-report (Reuters)
Reuters - Web sites in China are being used as a staging ground for attacks on computer networks in the U.S. Defense Department and other agencies, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.

Internet phone company Vonage plans IPO -WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Vonage Holdings Corp., which provides residential phone services over the Internet, is planning an initial public offering to raise as much as $600 million, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

Minn. Spammer Indicted on Pharmacy Charges (AP)
AP - A Minnesota man considered one of the world's most prolific e-mail spammers was indicted on more than a dozen federal charges related to the operation of his business, Xpress Pharmacy Direct.

Conde Nast plans new business group, magazine (Reuters)
Reuters - Conde Nast Publications Inc. said on Wednesday that it would start a new business group and a monthly magazine and Web site, with Wall Street Journal veteran Joanne Lipman at the helm.

Battle to be hottest Internet portal a fight for profits: experts (AFP)
Computer connected to the internet.  Internet titans Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online are locked in a fierce battle to win the fortune that comes with the loyalty of computer users, experts said.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - Internet titans Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online are locked in a fierce battle to win the fortune that comes with the loyalty of computer users, experts said.


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Internet Phone Cos. May Cut Off Customers (AP)
Nuvio Corp., an Internet phone service provider, has challenged U.S. rules requiring it to make full 911 emergency calling services available to customers by late November, the company said on Monday. In this file photo, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla) (R) gestures during a news conference discussing 911 emergency phone call reforms on Capitol Hill, in Washington May 19, 2005. Sparking the reforms is Cheryl Wall (C), a Deltona, Florida mother who could not get through to 911 dispatchers on her voice-over-internet protocol phone when her infant daughter stopped breathing. Mrs. Wall's daughter later died as a result. REUTERS/Shaun HeasleyAP - Providers of Internet-based phone services may be forced next week to cut off tens of thousands of customers who haven't formally acknowledged that they understand the problems they may encounter dialing 911 in an emergency.


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Warner Music to Launch Record Label (AP)
AP - Warner Music Group is preparing to launch a record label that would develop and market new artists and distribute their music only over the Internet.

Google to Launch Messaging, Voice Service (AP)
AP - Further expanding beyond its roots in Internet search, Google Inc. plans to launch a long-rumored program Wednesday that provides both text instant messaging and computer-to-computer voice chat.

Air Force Personnel Database Hacked (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A database security breach has prompted the U.S. Air Force to notify some 33,000 officers regarding unauthorized access to an online personnel management system.

Washington's Mayor Posts Musings on Blog (AP)
AP - It paraphrases a "Star Wars" character. It mentions a "prime directive," evoking dozens of "Star Trek" episodes.

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