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Microsoft Launches Security Initiatives (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Faced with mounting attacks against its products that emerge regularly from an array of sources, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has outlined a security strategy that includes protection at the client level and alliances with public and private players in the I.T. security realm.

AOL Exec Coy About Microsoft Talks (PC World)
PC World - CEO describes AOL's content-sharing, acquisitions in competitive Web services market.

Fuller list of Xbox 360 launch games emerges (Reuters)
An Xbox news conference in Tokyo September 15, 2005. Video game publishers this week revealed most of the lineup of titles slated for release when the Xbox 360 game console ships to stores next month -- news many expected from Microsoft Corp. REUTERS/Issei KatoReuters - Video game publishers this week revealed most of the lineup of titles slated for release when the Xbox 360 game console ships to stores next month -- news many expected from Microsoft Corp. .


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Microsoft Plans 9 Patches Next Week (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Next Tuesday will be a busy day for Windows administrators, Microsoft has promised nine security bulletins in its October patch release.

Microsoft Readies Eight Critical Patches (PC World)
PC World - At least nine security fixes are due for October release.

EU Names Briton To Monitor Microsoft Compliance (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The appointment of Neil Barrett ends two out of three points of dispute between EU regulators and the software giant. Still open is the question over Microsoft's providing rival software-makers some cost-free, additional access to part of its code.

Microsoft Ups Ante On Security Strategy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hoping to take a more holistic approach to thwarting escalating security threats, Microsoft on Thursday laid out its companywide strategy and product roadmap to build thicker walls for both corporate desktops and lower-end servers.

Microsoft, Time Warner resume AOL-MSN talks-WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Time Warner Inc. and Microsoft Corp. have restarted discussions about forming an alliance of their Internet units, America Online and MSN, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the situation.

Compuware backs Eclipse, Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - With Eclipse and Microsoft Windows emerging as the dominant development platforms, Compuware is staking a claim in both camps.

Review: Microsoft Windows Vista's Next Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The 'Community Technology Preview' of Vista isn't Beta 2 yet, but speed is up, the Sidebar is back, and it has more new features like Live Thumbnails, Flip 3D, and peer-to-peer MeetingSpace.

Four Robotic Vehicles Finish Desert Race (AP)
AP - Four robotic vehicles finished a Pentagon-sponsored race across the Mojave desert Saturday and achieved a technological milestone by conquering steep drop-offs, obstacles and tunnels over a rugged 132-mile course without a single human command.

Court Nixes Full Appeal in BlackBerry Suit (AP)
AP - A federal court denied Research In Motion Ltd.'s request for the full court to rehear its appeal of a long-running patent suit in which the maker of BlackBerry e-mail devices has been found guilty of infringement.

Questions Linger About WebMD Despite IPO (AP)
AP - WebMD's recent sizzling IPO suggests investors are willing to overlook issues ranging from the company losing money to an ongoing investigation by federal authorities.

AP: Products of Future Shown at TechWorld (AP)
AP - Imagine a car that will only start with a scan of its owner's fingerprint. Or a vehicle that heats up instantly, even in the dead of winter.

Flash Drives Make Any Computer 'Personal' (AP)
ADVANCE FOR OCT. 9; graphic shows market penetration statistics for flash memory devices; 1c; 47 mmAP - Students at Eastside Preparatory School in Kirkland, Wash., are getting class materials in a new way this year: on a tiny flash-memory drive that plugs into a computer's USB port.


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Blog subscribers seek out small universe of sites (Reuters)
Reuters - The Web publishing phenomenon known as the blogsphere has millions of sites but only a small number gain significant audiences, according to data released on Friday.

Dutch police arrest suspected computer hackers (Reuters)
Reuters - Dutch police have arrested three men suspected of stealing credit card and bank account data by hacking into over 100,000 personal computers worldwide, public prosecutors said on Saturday.

Nokia, Symantec Ally on Mobile Security (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has signed a pact with Symantec to preinstall security software in the Series 60 Symbian-based smartphones.

Oracle Buys Finnish Open-Source Developer (PC World)
PC World - The database software giant acquires a maker of add-on software for MySQL.

California bars violent video game sales to minors (Reuters)
Reuters - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ignored strong lobbying from software makers and signed legislation on Friday that bans the sale of violent video games to children.

Blog subscribers seek out small universe of sites (Reuters)
Reuters - The Web publishing phenomenon known as the blogsphere has millions of sites but only a small number gain significant audiences, according to data released on Friday.

Connection restored between feuding Net providers (Reuters)
Reuters - Traffic resumed between two feuding Internet access providers on Friday, mending a rift that had blocked off portions of the Internet for thousands of users over the past two days.

Retailers Improve Image Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Retailers overall are doing a slightly better job at treating their customers online, compared to six months ago, a research group says.

Top Three Portals Account For 80 Percent Of Online Searches In August (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The total number of online searches in August top 5 billion, with the leading three Web portals accounting for 8 in 10 searches, a Web metrics firm says.

VeriSign Acquires Weblogs.com for $2.3M (AP)
AP - Internet services company VeriSign Inc. said Friday it has acquired Weblogs.com, a service that automatically alerts people when blogs and other Web sites are updated with new material.

PluggedIn: Cameraphones spawn news photo marketplace on Web (Reuters)
Reuters - Armed with cameraphones and digital cameras, survivors and onlookers of last July's London bombing flooded the Internet with the first haunting glimpses of the aftermath long before professional photo-journalists descended on the scene.

Cyber Security Month Aims To Calm Consumers E-nerves (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A not-for-profit group composed of government agencies and big-name technology firms gears up for a long-term campaign to ease growing consumer fears of the Internet.

Cogent, Level 3 In Standoff Over Internet Access (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Cogent Communications and Level 3 Communications are in a stand-off after Level 3 pulled the plug on shared Internet traffic from Cogent Wednesday.

VeriSign Enters Blogosphere In Buying Dave Winer's Weblogs.com (TechWeb)
TechWeb - VeriSign Inc. has bought Weblogs.com for $2.3 million in cash from Scripting News Inc.

Cogent, Level 3 Fight Severs Customers from Net (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A dispute between two major Internet backbones is affecting customers throughout the country, angering many as they struggle with severed network connections.

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