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Windows Vista Looks Slicker, Safer (PC World)
PC World - Improved search and security in Beta 1 of Microsoft's new OS; but no sea change. Plus: two new Internet Explorers.

Microsoft Inks Deal for Halo Movie (AP)
AP - "Halo" hero Master Chief will be appearing in a film version of the top-selling video game franchise. A deal announced this week with Universal Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox will pay "Halo" publisher Microsoft Corp. $5 million plus a percentage of ticket sales to produce and distribute a movie as early as the summer of 2007.

Microsoft to Release Antiphishing Tool Before IE 7 (PC World)
PC World - Add-on to MSN Search Toolbar should be available in beta next month.

Analyzing IE At 10: Integration With OS Smart Or Not? (TechWeb)
TechWeb - On the tenth anniversary of Microsoft's browser, Internet Explorer, the debates over integration with the operating system -- like the still brewing browser wars -- are far from over.

Microsoft set to hail Visual Basic 9.0, .Net query framework (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft at its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) next month will discuss a variety of upcoming technologies, including Visual Basic 9.0 and the .Net Language Integrated Query Framework.

New IM Worms Talks In Tongues (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A worm running through Microsoft's IM network is dropping spyware bots onto compromised Windows PCs using new multi-language smarts.

Microsoft Redraws Its Virtual Server Roadmap (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft has decided to christen Virtual Server 2005 Service Pack 1 as Virtual Server 2005 R2. But the follow-on release is still due out in the latter half of 2006.

Microsoft's Answer to the iPod? (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Whenever Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) name comes up in water-cooler chat, you'll often hear someone interject that your money is better spent somewhere else. When you consider that Microsoft's stock is currently sitting at the same place it was in 1998, despite accumulating net earnings in excess of $50 billion since then, it's hard to debate the point.

Microsoft To Expand Anti-Phishing Tool (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The tool currently supports only Internet Explorer 7, but within a few weeks Microsoft will make it available for older IE and Windows XP versions too.

Microsoft Beefs Up Developer Tools For Collaborative Apps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The goal is to make it easier to combine collaborative applications created via Microsoft Office Live Communications Server with line-of-business software.

Libraries Offering Audiobook Downloads (AP)
Barbara Nichols Randall, director of the Guilderland Public Library holds an audiobook in the books on tape section of the Guilderland Public Library in Guilderland, N.Y., on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2005. The library is now offering a method where their users can download books to their home computer or any device that will play Windows-friendly audiobook files.  (AP Photo/Jim McKnight)AP - A new way to borrow audiobooks from the library involves no CDs, no car trips, no fines and no risk of being shushed. Rather, public libraries from New York City to Alameda, Calif., are letting patrons download Tom Clancy techno-thrillers, Arabic tutorials and other titles to which they can listen on their computers or portable music players — all without leaving home.


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MTV Adds Broadband Coverage for VMAs (AP)
The MTV mascot Moonman lies on its back after being removed from the roof of the official MTV hotel, the Doubletree Surfcomber, in preparation for Tropical Storm Katrina making landfall in Miami  Beach, Fla. Thursday, Aug. 25, 2005.  Katrina is expected to strengthen into a weak Category 1 hurricane before striking Florida's SE coast Thursday night. The MTV Video Music Awards show is in Miami Sunday night.  (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - MTV's Video Music Awards are going broadband, expanding beyond television for a new take on the typically raucous ceremony along with "bonus" performances and other original online coverage, the channel said Thursday.


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VoIP Providers Ask FCC to Extend Deadline (AP)
AP - A coalition of Internet phone providers asked federal regulators Thursday to extend a disconnection deadline that could lead to tens of thousands of customers losing service next week.

Intel to Launch Tech for Entertainment PCs (AP)
AP - Trying to repeat the success of its Centrino brand for notebook computers, chip-maker Intel Corp. said Wednesday it will launch a set of technologies geared specifically for entertainment PCs.

Gamer's Death Sparks Concern in S.Korea (AP)
AP - Keyboard and mouse in hand, he battled until nearly his last breath. The death of Lee, a 28-year-old man identified only by his last name who passed away earlier this month after nearly 50 straight hours of playing online computer games, has South Korea concerned about the health of the millions of gamers in the world's most wired country.

The Fastest Net Yet (PC World)
PC World - Ultrafast broadband services from phone and cable companies could speed up your downloads to 15 megabits per second or more.

Does Intel's Dominance Hurt Consumers? (PC World)
PC World - AMD's suit against Intel alleges antitrust violations that lead to higher PC prices.

Mobile-Phone Sales Soar In Second Quarter (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Worldwide mobile-phone sales reach 190.5 million units in the second quarter, with Nokia and Motorola accounting for nearly half of the market.

Novell Q3 profit, revenue down (Reuters)
Reuters - Novell Inc. , which provides networking software and update services for Linux, reported a 91 percent drop in quarterly profit on Thursday as revenue fell slightly.

IBM to sell data recovery, target small businesses (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM is set announce plans on Friday to sell software that helps small businesses recover from computer crashes, expanding a technology it first developed for large companies.

The Fastest Net Yet (PC World)
PC World - Ultrafast broadband services from phone and cable companies could speed up your downloads to 15 megabits per second or more.

Windows Vista Looks Slicker, Safer (PC World)
PC World - Improved search and security in Beta 1 of Microsoft's new OS; but no sea change. Plus: two new Internet Explorers.

Web of Crime: Who's Catching the Cybercrooks? (PC World)
PC World - Stopping Internet business crime may be too much for any one agency or government.

Music Releases Online, on DVDs Could Mark CDs' Slow Death (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - When Ohio-based rock band the Sun releases its first full-length album next month, it will be available on DVD, online and on vinyl record. But not on the medium that's still the biggest seller in the music industry today: the compact disc.

Online Music Subscriptions Too Pricey (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Online music subscriptions will have to drop below $10 a month in order to attract a significantly larger number of consumers worldwide, a research firm said Thursday.

VoIP Providers Ask FCC to Extend Deadline (AP)
AP - A coalition of Internet phone providers asked federal regulators Thursday to extend a disconnection deadline that could lead to tens of thousands of customers losing service next week.

Microsoft to Release Antiphishing Tool Before IE 7 (PC World)
PC World - Add-on to MSN Search Toolbar should be available in beta next month.

Brazilian police arrest 85 in crackdown on hackers (Reuters)
Reuters - Brazilian police arrested 85 people on Thursday accused of stealing more than $33 million by hacking into the online bank accounts of unwitting Internet users, authorities said.

Internet phone services ask for delay in 911 rule (Reuters)
Reuters - A coalition of Internet telephone service companies asked the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Thursday to modify a rule that could force them to cut off service to some customers by next week.

Bloom, Aniston voted most desired celebs to chat with online (AFP)
Orlando Bloom, seen here in May 2005, and Jennifer Aniston are the celebrities American singles would most like to stumble across in an online chat room, according to a recent survey.(AFP/File/Max Nash)AFP - Orlando Bloom and Jennifer Aniston are the celebrities American singles would most like to stumble across in an online chat room, according to a recent survey.


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