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Microsoft offers Web services development pack beta (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft this week began offering a beta release of its Web Services Enhancements 3.0  pack for .Net, which is focused on security.

Internet Explorer 7 Will Include Antiphishing Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer 7 browser has new capabilities designed to defeat phishing. The browser update, now in beta, will include a filter that identifies and blocks fraudulent Web sites.

Microsoft Pushes Enterprise Collaboration Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is taking its real-time collaboration strategy to the next level with the release of a new set of tools and software code designed to facilitate collaboration across a broad array of enterprise applications.

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.

Inside Microsoft's Zotob Situation Room (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A behind-the-scenes peek at how the world's largest software maker worked to control the spread of the Zotob worm.

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.

Two Arrested in U.S. Computer Worm Probe (AP)
AP - Authorities in Morocco and Turkey have arrested two people believed responsible for a computer worm that infected networks at U.S. companies and government agencies earlier this month.

FCC Delays Cutoff of Internet Phone Users (AP)
AP - A deadline has been extended that could have left tens of thousands of people without their Internet phone service next week.

Mich. County Uses Black Boxes for Drivers (AP)
AP - A judge in Oakland County is using black box technology to keep an eye on drivers who repeatedly run afoul of the law. The boxes have been installed in the vehicles of 14 defendants since 52-1 District Court Judge Brian MacKenzie created the program last year.

Pa. Student Hackers Quietly Offered Deals (AP)
AP - Most of the 13 students accused of tinkering with their school-issued laptop computers to download programs and spy on administrators are being offered deals in which the felony charges would be dropped, lawyers and a family member say.

Libraries Offering Audiobook Downloads (AP)
Graphic shows how downloading library audiobooks works. (AP Graphic)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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Google Talk gives boost to XMPP (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Google's entry this week into the IM space gave a high-profile shot in the arm to the open IM protocol XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol). The decision to base Google Talk on the XML-based XMPP framework -- combined with Google's considerable market clout -- could shake up stalled IM interoperability efforts, or at the very least gives a big lift to a grassroots Internet standard.

IBM Software Continually Backs Up Laptop Files (PC World)
PC World - Company's 'continuous data protection' program available September 16.

Handsets' Deadly Use: Detonators (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - More and more terrorists are using cell phones to remotely detonate bombs -- and there's not much authorities can do about it. At least, not that they can say.

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.

Microsoft Pushes Enterprise Collaboration Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is taking its real-time collaboration strategy to the next level with the release of a new set of tools and software code designed to facilitate collaboration across a broad array of enterprise applications.

Verizon Wireless to cut high-speed pricing-analyst (Reuters)
Reuters - Verizon Wireless is expected to cut the price of its high-speed wireless Internet service by as much as 25 percent early next week in a bid to increase its customer base for the service, one analyst said on Friday.

FCC Delays Cutoff of Internet Phone Users (AP)
AP - A deadline has been extended that could have left tens of thousands of people without their Internet phone service next week.

Google Talk gives boost to XMPP (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Google's entry this week into the IM space gave a high-profile shot in the arm to the open IM protocol XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol). The decision to base Google Talk on the XML-based XMPP framework -- combined with Google's considerable market clout -- could shake up stalled IM interoperability efforts, or at the very least gives a big lift to a grassroots Internet standard.

FCC gives more time for telcos to get 911 replies (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. communications regulators on Friday gave Internet telephone providers more time to get customers to acknowledge the limitations of 911 access with their subscriptions, likely reducing the chances that some would have service cut off.

Just Monitoring Blogs Isn't Enough (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The rise in consumer-generated Web content is leading at least one interactive agency to branch into blog relations in an effort to help clients steer online chatter about their brands.

Internet Explorer 7 Will Include Antiphishing Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer 7 browser has new capabilities designed to defeat phishing. The browser update, now in beta, will include a filter that identifies and blocks fraudulent Web sites.

Turk wanted by FBI arrested for worldwide computer piracy (AFP)
A young Turkish man suspected by the FBI of having corrupted the computer systems of leading banks, technology companies and media organizations worldwide was ordered detained by an Ankara court on suspicion of Internet fraud.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - A young Turkish man suspected by the FBI of having corrupted the computer systems of leading banks, technology companies and media organizations worldwide was ordered detained by an Ankara court on suspicion of Internet fraud, a Turkish news agency reported.


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Service cut may affect some area VoIP users (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Scattered customers of Internet telephone services in the Bay Area may find they can't make or receive calls next week because a federal requirement has forced providers to halt their accounts at least temporarily.

As blogging grows, companies eye legal pitfalls (Reuters)
Reuters - As Corporate America wades into the burgeoning world of Internet Web logs, companies are being warned they could face legal hazards when employees are let loose in the free-wheeling blogosphere.

Blog tools tackle content management (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Deploying a full-blown ECM (enterprise content management) system to address basic corporate content publishing and workflow needs has been likened to trying to kill a fly with a rocket launcher. A more suitable solution may lie in souped-up blogging tools, which by design simplify content publishing.

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