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Microsoft Buys SSL VPN Vendor (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has signed an agreement to buy Whale Communications, an Israeli vendor of firewalls and other security technologies. The software giant did not specify the terms of the acquisition, nor did it name a closing date.

Symantec Seeks Injunction To Block Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Symantec has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, accusing the software giant of misusing its intellectual property. The suit, filed on Thursday in Seattle, also claims that Microsoft violated a 1996 licensing agreement for Symantec's Volume Manager storage technology.

New Trojan Horse Targets Microsoft Word (PC World)
PC World - Don't click! Malware loads after you open infected Word doc.

What You'll Need To Run Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Does your computer make the grade for running Windows Vista? That is the question Microsoft is trying to help everyone answer with the launch of its new "Get Ready" Web site.

E-mail attacks target unpatched Word hole (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Antivirus companies and the SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC) issued a warning Friday about sophisticated e-mail attacks that are using a previously unknown hole in Microsoft Word to infiltrate corporate networks.

Microsoft's WinHEC Message: 'We're Turning the Corner' (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft executives will highlight the roadmaps for Windows Vista, Longhorn Server and Office 2007 at the upcoming annual hardware-engineering conference in Seattle.

Microsoft Details Vista Hardware Requirements (PC World)
PC World - New Web site outlines the minimum requirements for running both low-end and high-end versions of the upcoming OS.

Symantec Sues Microsoft to Stop Vista (PC World)
PC World - Company claims Microsoft is wrongfully using its Veritas storage technology in the next version of Windows.

US anti-virus firm claims Microsoft misused technology (AFP)
View of the Microsoft area at the 2006 CeBIT information and telecommunication technology fair in March in Hanover. US anti-virus company Symantec accused the computer-industry Goliath of misusing its technology in a lawsuit(AFP/DDP/File/Jochen Luebke)AFP - US anti-virus company Symantec accused computer-industry Goliath Microsoft of misusing its technology in a lawsuit.


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Symantec sues Microsoft in contract dispute (Reuters)
A billboard for Windows Vista at an industry exhibition in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Symantec Corp. sued software rival Microsoft Corp. on Thursday, accusing it of misappropriating trade secrets to develop its own competing features and products, including the next version of Windows.


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HP Gains on Dell in Tough Computer Market (AP)
Hewlett-Packard and Compaq computers on display at Micro Center computer store in Santa Clara, Calif., Tuesday, May 16, 2006.  Four years after Hewlett-Packard Co. bought Compaq Computer Corp. to bolster its position in personal computers, the company reports stronger earnings and growth in its personal computer business while Dell, though still the largest PC maker, struggles with the stiff competition and posts an 18 percent drop in profit.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Just five months after its $19 billion acquisition of Compaq Computer Corp. gave Hewlett-Packard Co. the No. 1 ranking in worldwide personal computer shipments, a new batch of market numbers delivered some stomach-turning news to HP — rival Dell Inc. had just snatched the top spot right back.


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LAPD Launches Community Web Log (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, center, and police chief William Bratton, second from left, walk with a group of police department cadets in the Van Nuys section of Los Angeles, April 20, 2006.  (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - Welcome to the blogosphere, chief. And "good luck with your cesspool of crime, disease and victimhood."


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Apple Retail Strategy Reinforces Brand (AP)
Apple Computer's corporate symbol hangs in a glass box entrance to the company's store in New York Thursday, May 18, 2006. The Apple store is scheduled to open Friday.  (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - When Apple Computer Inc. opens its newest store Friday on the same New York shopping strip as Prada, Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue, it'll mark five years of a distinctive retail style that both reinforces the company's brand cachet and pays off handsomely.


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Dell Move to AMD Chips Ups Firms' Shares (AP)
Dell's next generation mobile platforms are shown at a press preview March 28, 2006, in a New York file photo. From back to front are the mobile workstations Dell Precision M90 and Dell Precision M65 and the notebooks Dell Latitude D820 and the Dell Latitude D620.  (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff, File)AP - The world's largest PC maker says it was merely bowing to customer demand when it decided to start offering microprocessors from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. in some of its high-end servers.


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Sony Introduces New Digital Projector (AP)
This undated handout photo provided by Sony Electronics shows their new SXRD digital projector. After more than a decade of talking about it, movie theaters and studios are finally rolling out digital projectors that show sharper, brighter images without cracks, pops or hisses. Sony Electronics will enter the field with a projector that displays the sharpest resolution envisioned under a set of standards issued for digital cinema. (AP Photo/Sony Electronics)AP - After more than a decade of talking about it, movie theaters and studios are finally rolling out digital projectors that show sharper, brighter images without cracks, pops or hisses.


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Linksys Launches Wireless VoIP Phones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The transition from traditional phone services to Internet-based services took another step forward on Thursday with the announcement from Linksys that it has started selling wireless Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones.

Micron Creates Powerful Digital Camera Sensor (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Advanced digital capabilities previously found only in high-end cameras are entering the mainstream with an imaging sensor, created by Micron, that will let amateur photographers take up to 30 pictures a second and record high-definition video.

FCC says delays wireless airwaves auction (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission delayed the start of its auction of valuable wireless airwaves to August 9, from June 29, the agency said on Friday.

Sun makes partial Eclipse move (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - San Francisco -- Sun Microsystems, which still maintains it will not join the open source Eclipse Foundation, is nevertheless helping the organization out with one particular project.

Trillian Dumped From Google Pack (PC World)
PC World - Popular Cerulean Studios IM application is no longer in Google's free software suite.

Linksys Launches Wireless VoIP Phones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The transition from traditional phone services to Internet-based services took another step forward on Thursday with the announcement from Linksys that it has started selling wireless Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones.

Virtual Worlds Let Advertisers Mingle (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Over the weekend, BBC Radio 1 kicked off the U.K. festival season with "The Big Weekend" in Dundee, Scotland, featuring acts like Pink, Snow Patrol and Mylo. But not all fans who caught the show did so in the real world. Instead, the BBC simulcast the concert on an island it created in Second Life, an online virtual world, where fans could listen to the music, mingle, dance, even dive down a mudslide—all with no lines for the bathroom.

Web inventor sees his brainchild ready for big leap (Reuters)
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee during a news conference in Helsinki, June 15, 2004. The World Wide Web is on the cusp of making its next big leap to become an open environment for collaboration, and its inventor said he has not been so optimistic in years. (LEHTIKUVA /Jaakko Avikainen/Reuters)Reuters - The World Wide Web is on the cusp of making its next big leap to become an open environment for collaboration and its inventor said he has not been so optimistic in years.


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Time Warner sticking to AOL overhaul: CEO (Reuters)
Richard D. Parsons, CEO of Time Warner Inc., is seen in Los Angeles, December 6, 2005. Time Warner Inc. is committed to turning around its AOL Internet business even as the unit loses customers at a faster than expected pace, Parsons said on Friday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc. is committed to turning around its AOL Internet business even as the unit loses customers at a faster than expected pace, the media conglomerate's chief executive said on Friday.


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Two get jail time for music piracy (AFP)
A man with headphones listens to music online. Two people who admitted being part of a ring that distributed illegal copies of music on the Internet before its commercial release were sentenced to prison terms of between six and 15 months.(AFP/DDP/File/Oliver Stratmann)AFP - Two people who admitted being part of a ring that distributed illegal copies of music on the Internet before its commercial release were sentenced to prison terms of between six and 15 months.


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What You'll Need To Run Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Does your computer make the grade for running Windows Vista? That is the question Microsoft is trying to help everyone answer with the launch of its new "Get Ready" Web site.

E-mail attacks target unpatched Word hole (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Antivirus companies and the SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC) issued a warning Friday about sophisticated e-mail attacks that are using a previously unknown hole in Microsoft Word to infiltrate corporate networks.

Microsoft Details Vista Hardware Requirements (PC World)
PC World - New Web site outlines the minimum requirements for running both low-end and high-end versions of the upcoming OS.

Bits & Bites v25n10 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Google has recently been granted a patent for a voice interface for search engines.

Hong Kong's PCCW to explore IPTV with Star TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Hong Kong telecoms network operator PCCW Ltd. said it would work with Rupert Murdoch's Star TV to explore Internet protocol pay-TV (IPTV) opportunities, drawing on each other's strengths.

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