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Exploit Published for Critical Internet Explorer Vulnerability (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and security authorities are warning of a critical, unpatched script vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 that can allow a hacker to take complete control of a Windows PC.

SAP, Microsoft Mendocino On Schedule (TechWeb)
TechWeb - SAP AG says Microsoft Corp.'s decision to hold off on delivering 2007 Microsoft Office to consumers until January will not affect the "general availability" roll out of Mendocino in June.

Vista Problems Might be Larger Than Microsoft Admits (PC World)
PC World - Beta testers say test versions of new OS coming a month or more late.

Security Woes Hamper Microsoft Release (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates stands in Times Square to promote the new Windows XP operating system Oct. 25, 2001, in a New York file photo. In the more than five years it's taken Microsoft Corp. to develop a new version of its Windows computer operating system, Google Inc. has grown from a little-watched Internet search engine to one of the most powerful companies in the United States, and potentially one of Microsoft's biggest threats. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)AP - In the half-decade it has taken Microsoft Corp. to develop a new version of its Windows computer operating system, Google Inc. has blossomed from a little-watched Internet search engine to emerge as one of Microsoft's biggest threats.


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Microsoft's Slo-Mo Scramble (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - When Microsoft Corp. disclosed on Mar. 21 that the next upgrade to its Windows operating system, called Vista, wouldn't be available for consumers until January, the reaction was one of disbelief. After a five year wait, there would be yet another delay in the release, likely putting a damper on holiday PC sales. ``They have totally lost their way,'' exclaims Michael A. Cusumano, a professor at Massachussetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management. Some employees have lost patience, too. ...

Microsoft Delays Release of Office Update (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates stands in Times Square to promote the new Windows XP operating system Oct. 25, 2001, in a New York file photo. In the more than five years it's taken Microsoft Corp. to develop a new version of its Windows computer operating system, Google Inc. has grown from a little-watched Internet search engine to one of the most powerful companies in the United States, and potentially one of Microsoft's biggest threats. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)AP - Three days after saying it will delay the consumer version of its new Windows Vista operating system, Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the update to its Office business software suite also won't appear in stores until January.


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Microsoft delays consumer Office software to 2007 (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect at Microsoft, is shown in this October 21, 2003 file photo, talking to reporters about the Microsoft Office System, in New York City. Microsoft Corp. on Friday said it would delay the consumer launch of its new Office software package until next year to coincide with the debut of its Vista operating system. (Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Friday it would delay the consumer launch of its Office software package until next year to coincide with the debut of its Vista operating system.


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Some Microsoft Workers Call For Heads To Roll (TechWeb)
TechWeb - After Microsoft announced shipping delays for the Windows Vista and Office, some disgruntled Microsoft employees say they want to see shift and drastic management changes. In short, they want heads to roll.

Microsoft Partners Stunned By Vista, Office Delays (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's move to delay the release of Windows Vista and Office 2007 is a big blow to the software giant's channel partners.

Microsoft confirms schedule for Office 2007 (AFP)
Chairman Bill Gates unveils the latest version of Microsoft Office in October 2003. Microsoft confirmed the timeline for the release and availability of its 2007 Microsoft Office system, saying it will be in retail circulation by January.(AFP/File/Timothy A. Clary)AFP - Microsoft Corp. confirmed the timeline for the release and availability of its 2007 Microsoft Office system, saying it will be in retail circulation by January.


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Colo. Police Use MySpace to ID Suspects (AP)
MySpace.com, the online virtual-community run by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., will soon add technology to screen how its 60 million members use the Web site to prevent crime, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Detectives used profiles posted on the MySpace social networking Web site to identify six suspects in a rape and robbery that began when a party turned violent, leaving blood "in almost every room of the house," officials said.


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Apple Computer Set to Mark 30th Birthday (AP)
In this Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006 file photo, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs smiles next to the new Apple iPod Hi-Fi speaker system for its iPod player at company headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. As the storied company celebrates its 30th birthday in a week, Apple will have brushed off its bruises from product failures and arguably misguided decisions to emerge with a shine that's more than skin deep. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Silicon Valley's historic orchards have virtually disappeared but one notable fruit still stands: Apple. As the storied company celebrates its 30th birthday in a week, Apple Computer Inc. will have brushed off its bruises from product failures and arguably misguided decisions to emerge with a shine that's more than skin-deep.


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New FEC Rules Would Regulate Paid Web Ads (AP)
AP - The Federal Election Commission proposed new rules Friday that would leave almost all Internet political activity unregulated. The proposal would, however, require paid advertisements for federal candidates on the Internet to be paid for with money regulated by federal campaign law.

Tub Where Ray Stood to Kill King for Sale (AP)
AP - The flophouse bathtub James Earl Ray stood in to shoot Martin Luther King Jr. is for sale on eBay for a third time.

Microsoft Delays Release of Office Update (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates stands in Times Square to promote the new Windows XP operating system Oct. 25, 2001, in a New York file photo. In the more than five years it's taken Microsoft Corp. to develop a new version of its Windows computer operating system, Google Inc. has grown from a little-watched Internet search engine to one of the most powerful companies in the United States, and potentially one of Microsoft's biggest threats. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)AP - Three days after saying it will delay the consumer version of its new Windows Vista operating system, Microsoft Corp. said Friday that the update to its Office business software suite also won't appear in stores until January.


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Orchestras go digital on Universal download series (Reuters)
Reuters - Already a leader in the digital marketing of classical music, Universal Classics is guiding orchestras into the download age with its new "DG Concerts" series, which rolls out March 28 on iTunes.

Sony Details PlayStation 3's Network Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - While Sony has been tight-lipped about certain components of its next-generation PlayStation 3 gaming system, new information emerged last week at the Game Developers Conference.

Nokia looks to firm place in networks league: report (Reuters)
Reuters - Nokia aims to be the clear number two in the construction of mobile telecommunication networks behind Ericsson , a senior executive was quoted as saying on Saturday.

Open source SOAP stacks getting revamped (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - LAS VEGAS -- XFire, an open source SOAP stack used in SOA, is being fitted with enhancements for security, binary attachments, and XML object binding, the developer of the stack said at TheServerSide Java Symposium conference on Friday.

Yahoo Drops Premium Broadband Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo is pulling the plug on a service that offered subscribers additional security, such as parental controls and firewall software.

Colo. Police Use MySpace to ID Suspects (AP)
MySpace.com, the online virtual-community run by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., will soon add technology to screen how its 60 million members use the Web site to prevent crime, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Detectives used profiles posted on the MySpace social networking Web site to identify six suspects in a rape and robbery that began when a party turned violent, leaving blood "in almost every room of the house," officials said.


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New FEC Rules Would Regulate Paid Web Ads (AP)
AP - The Federal Election Commission proposed new rules Friday that would leave almost all Internet political activity unregulated. The proposal would, however, require paid advertisements for federal candidates on the Internet to be paid for with money regulated by federal campaign law.

Tub Where Ray Stood to Kill King for Sale (AP)
AP - The flophouse bathtub James Earl Ray stood in to shoot Martin Luther King Jr. is for sale on eBay for a third time.

Orchestras go digital on Universal download series (Reuters)
Reuters - Already a leader in the digital marketing of classical music, Universal Classics is guiding orchestras into the download age with its new "DG Concerts" series, which rolls out March 28 on iTunes.

Alta Vista Developer Paul Flaherty Dies at 42 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Funeral services were Friday for Paul A Flaherty, 42, the computer engineer who developed key inventions for the Alta Vista search engine.

Apple Gains Support For Fighting France On iTunes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple is getting a boost in its fight against the French government's attempts to force iTunes to open up for interoperability.

IE Exploit Strikes, Installs Spyware (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The unpatched CreateTextRange vulnerability in Internet Explorer is already being used by at least one Web site to install spyware on users' machines, a security organization says.

Britannica Slams Journal's Wikipedia Comparison (TechWeb)
TechWeb - After the science journal Nature wrote that the online community-produced Wikipedia came close to Encyclopedia Britannica's accuracy on scientific topics, the Old World publication has come back with a strongly-worded defense.

Exploit Published for Critical Internet Explorer Vulnerability (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and security authorities are warning of a critical, unpatched script vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 that can allow a hacker to take complete control of a Windows PC.

Paul Flaherty, AltaVista Creator, Dies (AP)
AP - Paul A. Flaherty, a computer engineer who helped create the pioneering AltaVista online search engine, has died. He was 42.

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