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Microsoft Works on Comcast E-Mail Problem (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday that some people who use its Hotmail and MSN e-mail services are not receiving e-mail sent from Comcast Corp. accounts and other Internet service providers.

Internet Explorer Flaw Exposes Google Desktop Users to Attack (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Israeli hacker Matan Gillon has discovered and published a vulnerability in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer browser through which somebody could use the Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Desktop software to access a user's personal information remotely, including passwords and credit-card numbers.

Skype 2.0 Offers Free Video Calling (AP)
AP - Skype is upgrading its popular Internet telephone service to add video calling and a toolbar for Microsoft Outlook to find and dial contacts with a click.

Microsoft Move Eases Some Criticism (AP)
AP - Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney appears to be having second thoughts about abandoning Microsoft software on state computers in favor of a rival open-source format.

Hackers Publish Two Windows Exploits (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft has posted fixes for both flaws, but an IE bug remains unpatched.

Microsoft Set To Debut Free Classifieds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Looking to cash in on the lucrative online-trading market, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is testing a classified advertising service that will let MSN users buy and sell merchandise on the Internet.

New Microsoft Tool Helps Manage Your E-Mail (PC World)
PC World - Free SNARF tool sorts messages in order of 'social' importance.

Microsoft Under Pressure for Timely Vista Release (PC World)
PC World - Customers pay for software updates, but some feel they don't receive regular releases, analysts say.

Microsoft Likely To Break Cycle, Patch Early (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An "extremely critical" threat may cause Microsoft to release a patch before its next scheduled round of software patches.

Microsoft Touts Vista's Restart Manager Feature (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's Jim Allchin says the feature is expected to allow users to update the operating system or applications without having to reboot.

RealNetworks to Offer Rhapsody Service (AP)
AP - RealNetworks Inc. to launch a Web-based version of its Rhapsody subscription music service, becoming the latest company hoping to capitalize on growing consumer interest in software and services that can be accessed anywhere via the Internet.

Digital Photo Printing Easier, Cheaper (AP)
AP - Point. Shoot. Print. Getting a hard copy of your memories has never been easier.

Engineered Blankets Reach Disaster Victims (AP)
AP - A lightweight, non-woven blanket engineered by a South Carolina company is keeping disaster victims dry and warm from the Gulf Coast to the mountains of Pakistan to the tsunami-ravaged areas of Southeast Asia.

Europeans Seek More Backing for Robotics (AP)
AP - The metallic fingers close around yours in near-perfect synchrony, then tighten their grip as you try to pull away. For now, it is a computer that orders "Cyberhand" to greet you at the robotics lab where researchers have spent the past 3 1/2 years creating the first prosthetic hand capable of eliciting natural sensory signals.

Ill. Governor to Appeal Video Game Ruling (AP)
AP - Gov. Rod Blagojevich vowed to appeal a federal judge's ruling that shot down a new Illinois law banning the sale of violent or sexual video games to minors.

Madison Avenue faces Google fears (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California, in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc.'s search for revenue beyond its wildly popular pay-per-click advertising system has everyone from publishers to phone companies unnerved by the seemingly endless scope of the Web leader's ambitions. (File/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc.'s search for revenue beyond its wildly popular pay-per-click advertising system has everyone from publishers to phone companies unnerved by the seemingly endless scope of the Web leader's ambitions.


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Download This: Keep Your PC Safe and Efficient (PC World)
PC World - Secure your Firefox/Mozilla browser and your messages, and shrink files down to size.

NTL Confirms Bid for Virgin Mobile (AP)
AP - NTL Inc., which operates cable services in Britain, confirmed Monday that it has approached Virgin Mobile about a takeover valued at more than 810 million pounds ($1.4 billion).

IBM Workplace to support Open Document standard (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - All this love for open format coming from the government ranks of Massachusetts is nice, but where are the products to help make this Open Document dream a reality? IBM is now stepping to the plate with an Open Document Format-based offering to join Sun Microsystems' StarOffice and OpenOffice.org.

Sun's software stack: Free for download (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - In yet another ploy to attract enterprise customers, Sun Microsystems has decided to package a huge bundle of developer tools and middleware as the Solaris Enterprise System, anchored by the Solaris OS. And, just like Solaris itself, the entire stack is now free.

RealNetworks to Offer Rhapsody Service (AP)
AP - RealNetworks Inc. to launch a Web-based version of its Rhapsody subscription music service, becoming the latest company hoping to capitalize on growing consumer interest in software and services that can be accessed anywhere via the Internet.

Madison Avenue faces Google fears (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California, in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc.'s search for revenue beyond its wildly popular pay-per-click advertising system has everyone from publishers to phone companies unnerved by the seemingly endless scope of the Web leader's ambitions. (File/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc.'s search for revenue beyond its wildly popular pay-per-click advertising system has everyone from publishers to phone companies unnerved by the seemingly endless scope of the Web leader's ambitions.


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Shock Rocker Manson Reportedly Marries (AP)
Marilyn Manson, left, and Dita von Teese, right, arrive at the Costume Institute Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, in this Monday, May 2, 2005 file photo. Manson married his longtime girlfriend Saturday, Dec. 3, 2005 in Ireland, People magazine reported on its Web site. Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, married 33-year-old Heather Sweet, a burlesque dancer who uses the stage name Dita Von Teese, in front of about 60 guests at Castle Gurteen, the home of a friend in Kilsheelan, County Tipperary, the magazine reported. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Shock rocker Marilyn Manson married his longtime girlfriend Saturday in Ireland, People magazine reported on its Web site.


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iBiquity CEO says it's time to sell HD radios (Reuters)
Reuters - Broadcasters have built it but listeners so far have not tuned in to high-definition radio, according to the company leading traditional radio's digital offensive against the combined threat of the iPod, satellite radio and the Internet.

Microsoft Works on Comcast E-Mail Problem (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Friday that some people who use its Hotmail and MSN e-mail services are not receiving e-mail sent from Comcast Corp. accounts and other Internet service providers.

The Real-Life Internet Sopranos (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Welcome to the age of the Internet gangster. Gone are the days when young computer nerds sat alone in their rooms figuring out how to break in to their schools' computer systems to change grades. Also fading into nostalgia are the times when hackers teamed up with small-time hoods to pull off credit-card scams that victimized local banks.

ICANN Defers Approval of .xxx Porn Domain (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Plans to provide a domain name for adult-oriented online content were put on hold again by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

Podcaster Falls Prey to RSS Hijacking (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Extortionists now have a new type of victim to pick on: podcasters. U.S. podcaster Eric Marcus has fallen prey to a hijacker who has diverted his really simple syndication (RSS) feed and is allegedly demanding money to release it. Marcus, who runs the Vegan.com site and produces the Erik's Diner podcasts, is looking for legal redress.

Internet Explorer Flaw Exposes Google Desktop Users to Attack (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Israeli hacker Matan Gillon has discovered and published a vulnerability in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer browser through which somebody could use the Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Desktop software to access a user's personal information remotely, including passwords and credit-card numbers.

Lawsuit Accuses AOL of Illegal Billing (AP)
AP - A lawsuit seeking to potentially cover hundreds of thousands of America Online Inc. subscribers accuses the Time Warner Inc. unit of illegally billing customers by creating secondary accounts for them without their consent.

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