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Microsoft, Yahoo to link IM services (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. are preparing to link together their free instant messaging services as they take on entrenched messaging leader AOL and market newcomer Google Inc., a source close to the companies said on Tuesday.

Sources: Microsoft, Yahoo Reach IM Deal (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. have agreed to make their two instant-messaging programs work together, a partnership that could threaten market leader America Online, people familiar with the situation said.

Microsoft, RealNetworks Settle Lawsuit (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates, left, shakes hands with RealNetworks Inc. Chief Executive Rob Glaser, right, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 in Seattle as they announce that RealNetworks, a digital media pioneer and longtime Microsoft Corp. foe, had reached a broad antitrust settlement with Microsoft worth $761 million. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - A broad settlement between digital media pioneer RealNetworks Inc. and its longtime foe Microsoft Corp. goes a lot further than simply ending the last major U.S. antitrust case against the tech heavyweight.


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Microsoft Releases Security Fixes (AP)
Bill Gates, pictured July 2005, and Microsoft have agreed to pay 761 million dollars to RealNetworks in a deal that settles an antitrust suit and puts the former tech rivals in a partnership on digital music and games, the companies said.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AP - Microsoft Corp. released nine security patches Tuesday, including one for a flaw that could allow an attacker to create an outbreak similar to the Sasser worm that crippled computers worldwide.


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Windows 2000 Vulnerability Could Lead to New Outbreak (PC World)
PC World - Software giant warns of possible worm outbreak following the release of nine Microsoft security patches.

Microsoft to pay RealNetworks $761 mln (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft and rival RealNetworks both announced a joint news conference by their chairman later on Tuesday, following reports the two companies were about to settle a long-running law suit. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - Microsoft Corp. agreed to pay RealNetworks Inc. $761 million to settle an antitrust suit accusing the world's largest software maker of using its dominance to promote its own media player, the companies said on Tuesday.


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Microsoft settles RealNetworks suit for 761 million dollars (AFP)
Bill Gates, pictured July 2005, and Microsoft have agreed to pay 761 million dollars to RealNetworks in a deal that settles an antitrust suit and puts the former tech rivals in a partnership on digital music and games, the companies said.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AFP - Microsoft agreed to pay 761 million dollars to RealNetworks in a deal that settles an antitrust suit and puts the former tech rivals in a partnership on digital music and games, the companies said.


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Microsoft sees 3 "critical" Windows security flaws (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. warned users of its Windows operating system on Tuesday of three newly found "critical" security flaws in its software that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer.

Microsoft, RealNetworks settle for US$761 million (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. and RealNetworks Inc. announced Tuesday that they have settled their antitrust case and forged a partnership to promote digital music and games in three agreements worth US$761 million, the companies said.

Microsoft cases continue without RealNetworks (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp's chairman, speaks to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles in this September 13, 2005 file photo. Microsoft Corp. on October 11, 2005 said it will pay RealNetworks Inc. $761 million to resolve their disputes, including a lawsuit that accused the world's largest software maker of using its dominance in operation systems to promote its rival media software. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/FileReuters - RealNetworks' $761 million settlement with Microsoft includes a promise to withdraw from antitrust cases in Europe and Korea, but experts say that won't affect their outcome.


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Sources: Microsoft, Yahoo Reach IM Deal (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. have agreed to make their two instant-messaging programs work together, a partnership that could threaten market leader America Online, people familiar with the situation said.

Biometric ATMs Not Being Used in U.S. (AP)
NCR's Alieen Hird uses the fingerprint verification sensor on an ATM at NCR in Dundee, Scotland Friday May 20, 2005.  Scanning fingerprints or irises to verify an ATM customer's identity has yet to penetrate the U.S. banking market because of concerns about expense and privacy. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver)AP - They walk up to an ATM and press their thumbs on the screen. Out spits the cash. New York? No. Chicago? No. The mountains and jungles of Colombia. It's one of the few places in the world where banks are using fingerprint biometrics, which verify people's identities based on their unique physical characteristics.


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EchoStar Introduces Portable Media Player (AP)
AP - The operator of the Dish Network satellite cable TV service introduced a portable media player Tuesday that can display TV programs or movies, play music and store digital photographs.

Google Commits Funds to Philanthropic Arm (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is financing its promise to make the world a better place with an initial commitment of nearly $1 billion to a philanthropic arm devoted to causes that mesh with the online search engine leader's crusade.

Teaching With Tech (U.S. News & World Report)
U.S. News & World Report - Notebooks open and water bottles at their side, the students in general biology at Johns Hopkins University wait for Prof. Richard Shingles to kick off his 11 a.m. lecture. "Please join the class with your CPS units," he announces, and suddenly there's a rumble of backpacks as more than 200 undergrads pull out thin blue devices that look like TV remote controls. The students punch in the course code on these gadgets and then place them on their desks. Meanwhile, Shingles grabs his tablet PC and begins to talk about ecological succession.

Web site catering to gay men sues PayPal for ending service (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - A New Orleans business has sued San Jose's PayPal because the Internet financial giant won't allow the company to use its service to collect donations for Hurricane Katrina victims.

AMD delivers strong profits (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Advanced Micro Devices reported strong sales and profits for the third quarter as it apparently gained market share on rival Intel in both server and laptop microprocessors.

DoCoMo Makes Auction Bid (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - For my wife and me, the third biggest disappointment of coming back to the States from Japan, after not seeing family as often and changing our diets, was giving up our mobile phones. Our phones may be a distant third on that list, but it says something that they even warrant a mention.

IBM offers up best practices for software development (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Focusing on best practices in software development, IBM on Wednesday will propose donating a portion of the Rational Unified Process (RUP) to the open source Eclipse Foundation.

Windows 2000 Vulnerability Could Lead to New Outbreak (PC World)
PC World - Software giant warns of possible worm outbreak following the release of nine Microsoft security patches.

Google Commits Funds to Philanthropic Arm (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is financing its promise to make the world a better place with an initial commitment of nearly $1 billion to a philanthropic arm devoted to causes that mesh with the online search engine leader's crusade.

Sources: Microsoft, Yahoo Reach IM Deal (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. have agreed to make their two instant-messaging programs work together, a partnership that could threaten market leader America Online, people familiar with the situation said.

Web site catering to gay men sues PayPal for ending service (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - A New Orleans business has sued San Jose's PayPal because the Internet financial giant won't allow the company to use its service to collect donations for Hurricane Katrina victims.

Shield Law Sponsor: Bloggers 'Probably Not' Considered Journos (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - INDIANAPOLIS Bloggers would "probably not" be considered journalists under the proposed federal shield law, the bill's co-sponsor, U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar (R.-Ind.), told the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) Monday afternoon.

AT&T Claims Solution to E911 Problem (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - AT&T (NYSE: T) has developed what it calls "an innovative new solution" to address the routing of 911 calls when its CallVantage Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) users are away from home. The company's new technology is designed to respond to a mandate by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ordering VoIP companies to provide emergency 911 services to their customers by Nov. 28 or face being disconnected.

AT&T Internet call service to require location (Reuters)
Reuters - AT&T Corp. said on Tuesday it would suspend Internet phone service for subscribers who fail to keep their location up to date when they move around with the mobile service.

US high court rejects Blodget class action appeal (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday turned aside an attempt to reinstate a class action lawsuit against Merrill Lynch and Co. Inc. and former star Internet analyst Henry Blodget for wrongfully hyping stocks.

EBay tightens policing of stun-gun sales in New York (Reuters)
President and CEO of eBay Meg Whitman in Las Vegas in a 2001 file photo. The internet auction company has toughened up its policies blocking sales of stun guns to residents of New York state, after an investigation by the state's attorneys. REUTERS/Mike BlakeReuters - U.S. No. 1 Internet auction company eBay Inc. has toughened up its policies blocking sales of stun guns to residents of New York state, after an investigation by the state's attorneys.


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Yahoo is betting podcasts will sizzle (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - A year ago, few Internet users had ever heard the word ``podcast,'' let alone listened to one.

BBC seeks funding boost for new digital services (Reuters)
Reuters - The BBC, Britain's publicly funded broadcaster, said on Tuesday it wants more than 1.6 billion pounds ($2.8 billion) in increased funding to pay for a slew of new online services and the switchover to digital TV.

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