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Gates to Students: Software Is Where It's At (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates hit the road last week to urge college students to pursue degrees in computer science. The three-day, six-college tour was the second such pilgrimage made by Gates in two years to emphasize the potential of technology careers and to dispel concerns about outsourcing.

Review: Microsoft Office Small Business Accounting 2006 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) offers some of the most comprehensive small-business applications in the industry. Within its well-established Office series, the company has added a few new features to the 2006 version of its Small Business Accounting program.

Microsoft Buffs Up Media Center 2005 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced a new software update for its Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, but did not issue a complete operating-system overhaul as the company has done for the past few upgrades.

Microsoft Bakes Windows AntiSpyware into Vista (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Redmond raises eyebrows with the confirmation of plans to bundle the core Windows AntiSpyware technology into Vista.

New Windows Vista Build Hints at What's to Come (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The October Community Technology Preview build of Microsoft's next release of Windows client includes lots of Internet Explorer and networking enhancements. But it also offers glimpses of other features that are coming soon.

Microsoft, Nigeria Team to End Scams (PC World)
PC World - Agreement targets common '419' e-mail schemes that trick money out of recipients.

Skype's Zennstroem back to work after $4 bln sale (Reuters)
Niklas Zennstrom of Skype in Paris, May 25, 2005. Three days after closing the sale for close to $4 billion of the business he started two years ago, Skype's chief executive and co-founder Niklas Zennstroem said on Monday it was back to business as usual. REUTERS/Mal LangsdonReuters - Three days after closing the sale for close to $4 billion of the business he started two years ago, Skype's chief executive and co-founder Niklas Zennstroem said on Monday it was back to business as usual.


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AOL swings from dying relic to coveted partner (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - AOL now is in play, with chief rivals Microsoft, Google and Yahoo all talking to parent Time Warner about a stake in the Web portal. Google has discussed both a solo bid and one with Comcast. It's an amazing turnaround for a company that was the poster child for Internet bubble excess.

Microsoft Befriends Some Competitors (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Even Microsoft can't go it alone against the iPod and AOL IM. That's why Microsoft partnered with RealNetworks and Yahoo.

Nigeria, Microsoft to Fight Internet Fraud (AP)
AP - Nigeria signed an agreement with Microsoft Corp. on Friday to work together to fight Internet crime, officials said Friday.

Feds Want Banks to Strengthen Web Log-Ons (AP)
AP - Federal regulators will require banks to strengthen security for Internet customers through authentication that goes beyond mere user names and passwords, which have become too easy for criminals to exploit.

Google Offers Glimpse at Data Collection (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is now disclosing more details on how it collects and uses data obtained from users, but it is remaining silent on several key questions that concern privacy advocates.

PC Shipments Up 17 Percent in 3rd Quarter (AP)
AP - Worldwide shipments of personal computers rose more than 17 percent in the third quarter as consumers flocked to lower-cost and portable PCs, two technology research firms reported Monday.

Groups Sue to Overturn Video Game Curbs (AP)
AP - Two trade groups representing video game makers filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to overturn the recently passed California law banning the sale or rental of violent video games to minors.

Teens turn to Internet for information on sex (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - The Internet is a key source of sex education for U.S. teenagers. About half of teens go online for health information, and they have more questions about sex than they do about any other topic, researchers reported at the American Academy of Pediatrics meeting.

VeriSign acquires Moreover Technologies for $30 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - VeriSign Inc. said on Monday it has acquired Moreover Technologies, a Web-based distributor of news and online material such as Web logs, in a long-anticipated deal valued at about $30 million in cash.

DVD studio to mine MTV content (Reuters)
Reuters - Singing a whole new tune, Paramount Home Entertainment has linked with MTV Networks Music and Logo Enterprises to launch a DVD studio that will leverage network talent to create music-based dramas, comedies and documentaries.

Verizon Wireless seeks location deadline extension (Reuters)
Reuters - Verizon Wireless on Monday asked U.S. telecommunications regulators to extend a year-end deadline for 95 percent of its cellphones to be able to pinpoint location and help emergency workers find callers more easily.

JBoss bulks up with rules engine, ESB (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Positioning its middleware as an open source SOA platform, JBoss is adding the Drools Java business rules engine to its stable of products.

Cisco adds security to switches, wireless devices (Reuters)
Reuters - Cisco Systems Inc. is adding security features to its network switches and wireless products, in the networking gear maker's latest push to sell software to help corporations combat spyware, worms and viruses.

VeriSign acquires Moreover Technologies for $30 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - VeriSign Inc. said on Monday it has acquired Moreover Technologies, a Web-based distributor of news and online material such as Web logs, in a long-anticipated deal valued at about $30 million in cash.

N.Y. Spammer Sentenced in Closed Session (AP)
AP - A New York man was sentenced Monday for sending more than 9 million spam advertisements in online instant messages to members of a networking Web site in a hearing that was closed to the public. The sentence is under seal and the session was closed at the defense attorney's request.

Feds Want Banks to Strengthen Web Log-Ons (AP)
AP - Federal regulators will require banks to strengthen security for Internet customers through authentication that goes beyond mere user names and passwords, which have become too easy for criminals to exploit.

SHOPTALK: Fear, Loathing And Fast Food (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - It's hard to overstate how frightened people are of the Burger King, who log-rolls with a lumberjack in his latest ad. Here's a sampling of what people are saying about him online:

VeriSign Acquires News Aggregator (AP)
AP - Internet services company VeriSign Inc. said Monday it has acquired news aggregator Moreover Technologies Inc. for $30 million in cash to bolster its position as an organizer and gatekeeper of information flowing on the Internet.

Banks to strengthen Web log-ons to thwart ID theft (Reuters)
Reuters - Federal regulators have ordered banks to tighten their Internet security procedures by the end of 2006 to help thwart identity theft, one of the fastest-growing types of consumer fraud.

Yahoo, BellSouth Sell High-Speed Access (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. and BellSouth Corp. are joining forces to sell high-speed Internet access, the latest step in a mating dance that has now united the owner of the Web's most popular destination with the three largest U.S. regional phone companies.

Yahoo in broadband phone pact with BellSouth (Reuters)
Biloxi residents use phones set up by BellSouth to place calls as power and other essentials are restored September 11, 2005. Yahoo and BellSouth on Monday said they agreed to offer high-speed Internet service across BellSouth's nine-state region, putting Yahoo one step away from nationwide broadband coverage. REUTERS/Tami ChappellReuters - Yahoo Inc. and BellSouth Corp. on Monday said they agreed to offer high-speed Internet service across the No. 3 U.S. local phone service provider's nine-state region, moving Yahoo one step closer to nationwide broadband coverage.


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LeapFrog's pentop computer hits store shelves (Reuters)
Reuters - LeapFrog Enterprises Inc.'s Fly "pentop computer" hit retail shelves on Monday, and the educational toy maker is expecting strong sales after racking up strong online "pre-sales."

New Windows Vista Build Hints at What's to Come (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The October Community Technology Preview build of Microsoft's next release of Windows client includes lots of Internet Explorer and networking enhancements. But it also offers glimpses of other features that are coming soon.

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