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Hackers Get Windows XP on Apple Computers (AP)
Apple computers are seen on the opening day of Paris Apple Expo, September 20, 2005. French deputies finished drafting a law on Friday that would open up Apple's iTunes online music store to portable music players other than its popular iPods. REUTERS/Charles PlatiauAP - As expected, hackers have found a way to run Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system on new Macintosh computers, winning an ad hoc contest and a $13,854 cash prize to boot.


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New Zero-Day Bug Crashes IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Security firms are warning about another zero-day bug. Apparently, Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser crashes when attacked through a new unpatched vulnerability.

Spring VON Show: Microsoft Underwhelms With VoIP Beta -- Analysis (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft may have been the biggest company at VON -- but its beta product may have made the smallest splash.

Windows Live: Microsoft's Antitrust Savior? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Windows Live might end up doing more than providing Microsoft with subscription revenues. It also could give Microsoft with a way to extend Windows without 'bundling.'

Google capital spending spike will slow 2006 growth (AFP)
The logo of internet search engine company Google at the headquarters in Mountain View in Silicon Valley, south of San Francisco. US Internet search giant Google said it expects to spend "significantly" more this year to continue to innovate and resist competition from the likes of Microsoft and Yahoo(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - US Internet search giant Google said it expects to spend "significantly" more this year to continue to innovate and resist competition from the likes of Microsoft and Yahoo.


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Microsoft Takes On IBM for Enterprise Dominance (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Looking to grab business from rival IBM, Microsoft has embarked on a major marketing campaign designed to appeal to enterprise users. The campaign, budgeted at $500 million, will extol the virtues of the company's new products as they begin shipping later this year.

Microsoft In $500 Million Business Services Push (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The company is taking on IBM with Vista and other software that Microsoft says can help employees become more productive without needing to spend big money on consultants.

Microsoft goes on $500 million marketing push (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Microsoft will pump $500 million into marketing Windows Vista and Office 2007, the latest versions of the company's dominant desktop PC operating system and suite of clerical programs. That's part of the message Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer delivered to senior executives in New York.

Internet Explorer Has a Future (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - At its Mix '06 designer confab next week, Microsoft will distribute a 'layout-complete' IE 7.0 test build, yet another step along the way toward the final IE 7.0 release, and talk IE futures, too.

Microsoft's Live Video, Voice Still A Beta Thing (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Software giant shows beta-on-beta demo of video and voice calling from 'Live Mail' program, and says IP voice phones will be out this summer.

Orthodox Jews Find Love on the Web (AP)
AP - Batsheva Frankel was tired of being told she should be happy simply to find a husband who was breathing, let alone someone with a good sense of humor or similar to her in age.

Georgia College Pushes for iPod Ingenuity (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs speaks as he launches Apple's music download service, the iTunes Music Store, in Tokyo, Japan, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. faces a serious challenge in France, where lawmakers have moved to sever the umbilical cord between its iPod player and iTunes online music store, threatening its lucrative hold on both markets, Friday, March 17, 2006. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - The campus of Georgia College & State University boasts traditional college fare — spacious greens, historic architecture and a steady stream of students with the familiar white headphones of iPods dangling from their ears.


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Town Auctioned on eBay Up for Sale Again (AP)
A row of red-tagged houses sits in the town of Bridgeville, Calif., Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2002. Bridgeville, the first town ever auctioned on eBay, is back on the block. Orange County financial adviser Bruce Krall said he plans to re-auction the Humboldt County village on eBay next month. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)AP - The first town ever auctioned on eBay soon will be back up for sale on the online auction site.


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Google Avoids Surrendering Search Requests (AP)
In this file photo from Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004, the exterior view of Google Inc. headquarters is shown in Mountain View, Calif.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, FILE)AP - A federal judge on Friday ordered Google Inc. to give the Bush administration a peek inside its search engine, but rebuffed the government's demand for a list of people's search requests — potentially sensitive information that the company had fought to protect.


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Hackers Get Windows XP on Apple Computers (AP)
Apple computers are seen on the opening day of Paris Apple Expo, September 20, 2005. French deputies finished drafting a law on Friday that would open up Apple's iTunes online music store to portable music players other than its popular iPods. REUTERS/Charles PlatiauAP - As expected, hackers have found a way to run Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system on new Macintosh computers, winning an ad hoc contest and a $13,854 cash prize to boot.


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March Madness infects the Internet (AFP)
Players from the Gonzaga Bulldogs warm up before the Second Round of the 2006 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. For the first time, CBS, which owns exclusive rights to the NCAA tournament, is augmenting normal television broadcasts of games by providing live, streaming footage on the Internet -- free of charge.(AFP/Getty Images/Jonathan Ferrey)AFP - The hugely popular US college basketball championships get under way, with the CBS TV network looking to slam dunk an Internet experiment that could revolutionise sports broadcasting.


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Belarus gets the message: fear rules (AFP)
Mobile phone subscribers in Belarus received an anonymous text message alleging that plotters were preparing bloodshed after Sunday's election and warning them to keep away.(AFP/Alexander Nemenov)AFP - When his mobile phone beeped to signal a new text message, Anatoly Korshunov thought a friend was calling. Instead it was a lesson in politics -- Belarus style.


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Radiation From Electronics Devices Fuels A Retail Niche (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Emil DeToffol sells accessories for cell phones, but doesn't own a cell phone. Neither, in fact, do many of his customers.

Red Hat Details Virtualization Plans (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Linux specialist Red Hat on Tuesday provided details of plans to integrate virtualization capabilities in its operating-system software, particularly the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform, in an effort to help customers get more performance out of their servers.

Boeing Chooses Wind River For Army Project (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Boeing Co. has chosen Wind River Systems Inc. as the supplier of embedded software tools needed to build a U.S. Army combat system.

Orthodox Jews Find Love on the Web (AP)
AP - Batsheva Frankel was tired of being told she should be happy simply to find a husband who was breathing, let alone someone with a good sense of humor or similar to her in age.

March Madness infects the Internet (AFP)
Players from the Gonzaga Bulldogs warm up before the Second Round of the 2006 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. For the first time, CBS, which owns exclusive rights to the NCAA tournament, is augmenting normal television broadcasts of games by providing live, streaming footage on the Internet -- free of charge.(AFP/Getty Images/Jonathan Ferrey)AFP - The hugely popular US college basketball championships get under way, with the CBS TV network looking to slam dunk an Internet experiment that could revolutionise sports broadcasting.


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Experts struggle to fight online "phishing' schemes (AFP)
This screen shows the Japanese home page "Yafoo" which mimics the popular Internet portal site "Yahoo." One of the fastest-growing and most insidious fraud schemes in cyberspace, known as "phishing," has been around for over two years, but experts say it is still growing and becoming more sophisticated.(AFP/Jiji Press/File)AFP - The e-mails look real. A bank needs to "verify" your account information. An online payment service urgently warns about "unauthorized" access to your account.


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Kinderstart sues Google over lower page ranking (Reuters)
Reuters - A parental advice Internet site has sued Google Inc., charging it unfairly deprived the company of customers by downgrading its search-result ranking without reason or warning.

Google wins partial keywords victory (Reuters)
File photo shows an Internet surfer viewing the Google home page at a cafe in London, August 13, 2004. Google Inc. must turn over some search data including 50,000 Web addresses to the U.S. government for a study of child pornography online, a federal judge ruled on Friday. REUTERS/Stephen HirdReuters - A federal judge denied a U.S. government request that Google Inc. be ordered to hand over a sample of keywords customers use to search the Internet, but required on Friday that the company produce some Web addresses indexed in its system.


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Alaska volcano's Web site becomes Internet hot spot (Reuters)
Reuters - Want to peer into the steaming summit of an erupting volcano without risking death?

Google ordered to release some search data (AFP)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Google has been ordered to turn over some data on sites in its popular search engine to the US federal government -- but only 50,000 -- far fewer than the government wanted -- under a judge's ruling.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google has been ordered to turn over some data on sites in its popular search engine to the US federal government -- but only 50,000, far fewer than the government wanted, under a judge's ruling.


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Google Avoids Surrendering Search Requests (AP)
In this file photo from Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004, the exterior view of Google Inc. headquarters is shown in Mountain View, Calif.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, FILE)AP - A federal judge on Friday ordered Google Inc. to give the Bush administration a peek inside its search engine, but rebuffed the government's demand for a list of people's search requests — potentially sensitive information that the company had fought to protect.


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Blogger declines comment on reported hoax (Reuters)
Reuters - A Chinese journalist whose Web log temporarily closed down in an incident that sparked criticism of how Western media cover China declined on Saturday to confirm or deny he had played a hoax.

Judge Rules Google Doesn't Have To Turn Over Search Queries (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The search engine giant, however, will have to hand over a random list of 50,000 URLS in a case that some experts said was a test of Internet privacy.

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