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Anti-Spyware Leader Unfazed by Microsoft (AP)
Webroot chief executive officer David Moll stands in the server room 'Phileas' at Webroot's Boulder, Colo., office April 8, 2006. Webroot Software Inc.'s sales have soared 20-fold since 2002 and it raised $108 million in venture capital last year as its market-leading program battles the pernicious problem of spyware that's behind pop-up ads, slowdowns and crashes on millions of PCs. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)AP - For millions of PC users, the privacy-snatching programs known as spyware have been nothing but a headache as they swipe personal information, slow systems to a crawl and crash computers.


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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.

Windows System Reqs. 1990-2006: More For Less (TechWeb)
TechWeb - For some added perspective on Windows Vista's minimum hardware specs, here's a look at Microsoft's stated reqs for each major Windows release since 1990's Windows 3.0. For more comparison, we compared average prices for desktop computers and portable PCs for all the releases.

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.

Microsoft Releases Windows Media Player 11 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The upgrade is for Windows XP and is a significant rework of the current media player.

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.

Microsoft To Launch Prepaid, Subscription Windows Service In New Markets (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will open the kimono on its PowerLine initiative: a prepaid, subscription-based Windows service designed for emerging markets.

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 Word Zero-Day Hack Underway (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Symantec raised its overall Internet alert Friday on the news that a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word was being exploited by hackers hoping to hijack PCs.

Anti-Spyware Leader Unfazed by Microsoft (AP)
Webroot chief executive officer David Moll stands in the server room 'Phileas' at Webroot's Boulder, Colo., office April 8, 2006. Webroot Software Inc.'s sales have soared 20-fold since 2002 and it raised $108 million in venture capital last year as its market-leading program battles the pernicious problem of spyware that's behind pop-up ads, slowdowns and crashes on millions of PCs. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)AP - For millions of PC users, the privacy-snatching programs known as spyware have been nothing but a headache as they swipe personal information, slow systems to a crawl and crash computers.


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Radio-Frequency Chips Coming to Cattle (AP)
Graphic compares passive and active cattle tracking tags; three versions. (AP Graphic)AP - After growing up on a cattle ranch, John Hassell became an electrical engineer specializing in wireless technology. So he feels doubly qualified to offer this warning about the system taking shape to track cattle across America: It won't work.


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Retailers Plow Ahead With RFID Chips (AP)
Closeup of a ZigBeef hand held reader used to identify RFID tagged cattle at the Oklahoma State University beef farm west of Stillwater, OK. on Thursday May 11, 2006. The cattle have  ear tags which transmit a unique ID signal to the receiver from ranges up to 300 feet. (AP Photo/Mel Root)AP - The roots of radio-frequency identification technology stretch at least as far back as World War II, when transponders helped distinguish between Axis and Allied aircraft. Over the years the concept has been greatly miniaturized, landing RFID technology in such settings as animal tags, toll-collection devices, passports, keyless entry systems for cars and wireless credit cards.


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Deployed GIs Watch Kids' Graduation Online (AP)
AP - When 17-year-old Reyniza Sherrell was handed her high school diploma, two of her family members watched with admiration — from thousands of miles away. Sherrell's father is deployed in Iraq and her older sister is stationed at an Air Force base in Ramstein, Germany, but both of them were watching live video online of her graduation Friday night in Clarksville.

Civil War-Era Fort Up for Sale on EBay (AP)
AP - A Civil War-era fort is for sale on eBay. Fort Montgomery, built in 1844, was manned during the war but never saw any action.

MSN Phisher Sentenced to 21 Months (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In an effort to combat phishing, Microsoft has filed 125 civil lawsuits against phishers to date, and secured takedowns of more than 2,000 phishing web sites, the company says.

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.

Troops in Kashmir master new weapon: cell phones (Reuters)
Reuters - Minutes after a bomb exploded recently in Kashmir and wounded Indian soldiers, a senior member of an Islamist rebel group called local newspaper offices to claim responsibility for the blast.

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.

Deployed GIs Watch Kids' Graduation Online (AP)
AP - When 17-year-old Reyniza Sherrell was handed her high school diploma, two of her family members watched with admiration — from thousands of miles away. Sherrell's father is deployed in Iraq and her older sister is stationed at an Air Force base in Ramstein, Germany, but both of them were watching live video online of her graduation Friday night in Clarksville.

Civil War-Era Fort Up for Sale on EBay (AP)
AP - A Civil War-era fort is for sale on eBay. Fort Montgomery, built in 1844, was manned during the war but never saw any action.

MSN Phisher Sentenced to 21 Months (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In an effort to combat phishing, Microsoft has filed 125 civil lawsuits against phishers to date, and secured takedowns of more than 2,000 phishing web sites, the company says.

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.

Internet Registry Fights for .XXX Domain (TechWeb)
TechWeb - It's not just about porn--supporters of .XXX say the decision to reject the domain is an example of the U.S. exerting too much influence over Internet policy.

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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Net Neutrality Finds Bipartisan Support (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Network neutrality proponents have found bipartisan support, now that House Judiciary Chairman James Sensenbrenner has introduced the Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act of 2006.

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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