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RealNetworks mulls buys after Microsoft payout (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (L) shakes hands with RealNetworks chief executive Rob Glaser (R) at a news conference in Seattle, October 11, 2005. (Microsoft/Robert Sorbo/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet media software company RealNetworks is mulling more acquisitions after receiving a $761-million payout from Microsoft Corp. to settle an antitrust case, its chief executive said on Tuesday.


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Microsoft, Nigeria Join Forces Against Cybercrime (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is lending its I.T. expertise to the government of Nigeria in a joint effort to combat e-mail fraud and other cybercrimes in the African nation.

Vista To Include Antispyware Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Following the release on Monday of the latest beta of Windows Vista, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has confirmed that it plans to integrate its antispyware software into the operating system. The move could set Microsoft in a pitched battle against Internet security vendors and potentially government antitrust regulators as the company prepares for the 2006 release of Windows Vista.

Nigeria and Microsoft sign deal to fight e-mail fraud (AFP)
People walking past a giant Microsoft logo. Nigeria and the US software giant Microsoft have formed an alliance to combat the Internet fraudsters who have damaged the country's international image, Nigeria's anti-graft agency said.(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - Nigeria and the US software giant Microsoft have formed an alliance to combat the Internet fraudsters who have damaged the country's international image, Nigeria's anti-graft agency said.


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Microsoft Refreshes Vista Beta (PC World)
PC World - Update shows off browser features, new security functions of the next Windows.

List of Unpatched Windows Flaws Grows (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - eEye Digital Security flags another code-execution vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player products.

Microsoft's Latest Critical Fixes Included Buggy Windows Patch (TechWeb)
TechWeb - For the second time in three months, Microsoft has released a buggy patch for problems it had deemed to be "critical."

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. And now the company has added to the mix an entirely new software package, called Small Business Accounting 2006.

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.

FCC Accused of Doing Poor Job on E-Rate (AP)
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin speaks to a group during the inaugural Helms Forum in Charlotte, N.C. Tuesday Oct. 11, 2005.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)AP - Lax oversight by federal regulators has helped waste millions of dollars in a government program that aims to connect schools and libraries to the Internet, according to a congressional investigation.


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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.

Yahoo's Profits Keep Accelerating (AP)
Exterior view of Yahoo Inc. headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005.  Yahoo Inc.'s third-quarter profit topped analyst expectations as advertisers continued to flock to the company's popular Web site. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company said Tuesday that it earned $253.8 million, or 17 cents per share, during the three months ended in September. That was essentially unchanged from net income of $253.3 million, or 17 cents per share, at the same time last year when Yahoo realized a large windfall from the sale of its stake in rival Google Inc. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Yahoo Inc.'s profits keep accelerating, but the Internet icon still can't seem to grow fast enough to keep pace with online search engine leader Google Inc.


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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.

IBM workers to get online access to health records (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM, the world's biggest computer company, will give its U.S. employees online access to their medical records, making it one of the first large companies to put workers' health data on the Internet.

BlackBerry maker aims for more Asian partners (Reuters)
Reuters - Research In Motion Ltd , maker of BlackBerry wireless email devices, said on Wednesday it expected to form partnerships with up to 10 Asian carriers over the next 6 months to tap strong demand.

Nokia launches new phones for "style-conscious" (Reuters)
Reuters - Mobile phone giant Nokia (NOK1V.HE) announced three new phone models on Wednesday, saying they were being pitched at the "style-conscious" market.

Industry Group To Work On Linux Desktop Standards (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The group aims to make it easer to build applications that run across a wider variety of desktop versions of the open-source operating system.

RealNetworks mulls buys after Microsoft payout (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (L) shakes hands with RealNetworks chief executive Rob Glaser (R) at a news conference in Seattle, October 11, 2005. (Microsoft/Robert Sorbo/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet media software company RealNetworks is mulling more acquisitions after receiving a $761-million payout from Microsoft Corp. to settle an antitrust case, its chief executive said on Tuesday.


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IBM workers to get online access to health records (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM, the world's biggest computer company, will give its U.S. employees online access to their medical records, making it one of the first large companies to put workers' health data on the Internet.

Online advertising growth adds to Yahoo's profit (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Yahoo's dominance in the online advertising industry continued to pay dividends as the Sunnyvale company Tuesday reported third-quarter earnings that beat the expectations of Wall Street analysts.

FCC Accused of Doing Poor Job on E-Rate (AP)
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin speaks to a group during the inaugural Helms Forum in Charlotte, N.C. Tuesday Oct. 11, 2005.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)AP - Lax oversight by federal regulators has helped waste millions of dollars in a government program that aims to connect schools and libraries to the Internet, according to a congressional investigation.


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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.

UCLA-WINMEC Demonstrates RFID (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Wireless Internet for the Mobile Enterprise Consortium at the University of California Los Angeles on Tuesday, Oct. 26, will host an industry forum.

Nintendo To Offer Free Online Games At McDonald's (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Nintendo Co. Ltd. on Tuesday said it has signed an agreement with <a href= "http://www.techweb.com/encyclopedia/defineterm.jhtml;jsessionid=MBT1VBXYN2EAKQSNDBCSKH0CJUMEKJVN?term=wi-fi&x=0&y=0&_requestid=243203"> Wi-Fi</a> provider Wayport Inc. to offer free access to the video-game maker's wireless gaming service at nearly 6,000 McDonald's restaurants.

Federal Council Outlines New Online Banking Requirements (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Federal regulators have outlined several ways in which financial institutions can keep financial data and account access more secure on the Internet.

Blame Google For Splogstorm, Say Bloggers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A bump-up in the number of spam blogs on Google's Blogspot has drawn the ire of prominent bloggers.

Does Disney, Apple Deal Foretell The Future Of TV? (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Apple's announcement last week that it was launching a new version of its popular iPod that includes a video screen may have larger ramifications for the media industry beyond the world of consumer electronics. That's because of the potential impact of Apple's deal with Disney to offer five of its shows for sale through Apple's iTunes software, including hits Desperate Housewives and Lost.

RealNetworks mulls buys after Microsoft payout (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (L) shakes hands with RealNetworks chief executive Rob Glaser (R) at a news conference in Seattle, October 11, 2005. (Microsoft/Robert Sorbo/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet media software company RealNetworks is mulling more acquisitions after receiving a $761-million payout from Microsoft Corp. to settle an antitrust case, its chief executive said on Tuesday.


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