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Windows Vista Beta 2 Goes Public (TechWeb)
TechWeb - After years of development and several postponements, Microsoft on Wednesday opened Windows Vista to public beta testing.

Microsoft plans better disclosures of tool (AP)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign March 27, 2006. Microsoft Corp., chip makers and PC firms aim to increase PC usage in the developing world with a new flexible payment program to lower the initial costs of buying a computer, the companies said on Sunday. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. acknowledged Wednesday that it needs to better inform users that its tool for determining whether a computer is running a pirated copy of Windows also quietly checks in daily with the software maker.


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Qwest Set To Offer Windows Live OneCare (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Qwest Communications has teamed up with Microsoft to provide security software to the company's broadband Internet customers. The deal makes Qwest the first Internet service provider (ISP) to offer Windows Live OneCare.

Adobe Mulls Legal Options In Microsoft Spat (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Adobe Systems says it may take steps to prevent Microsoft from crushing competition with upcoming versions of its Windows operating system and Office software.

McAfee Plots 4 Consumer Security Services (TechWeb)
TechWeb - McAfee plans to roll out four service packages later this year as part of an initiative to compete with Microsoft's Windows Live OneCare and Symantec's future Norton 360 in the consumer security space.

Microsoft Launches Antigen E-Mail Security Products (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has introduced Antigen, e-mail-security software that marks the first Microsoft-branded release of the enterprise antivirus and antispam products the company acquired in the 2005 purchase of Sybari Software.

Microsoft Pulls PC-to-PC Sync From Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is pulling from Windows Vista PC-to-PC Sync, a P2P-based technology for keeping files up-to-date on multiple machines.

Another Windows Vista Bites the Dust (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft has cut PC-to-PC synchronization from Vista. Vista Beta 2, which is slated to go to as many as two million testers, does not include the P2P synchronization technology. Quality is the reason for the latest cut, Microsoft officials said.

EU Fine Against Microsoft Could Top $530 Million (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft should know the end of July whether it will be nailed with a massive fine for not complying with the EU's 2004 ruling.

COMPUTEX: Microsoft Still Working on Tiny Haiku PC (PC World)
PC World - Origami ultra-mobile PCs are just part of a growing family of small PC devices.

Survey: iPods more popular than beer (AP)
A man holding an Apple iPod.  Softbank, the fast-growing Japanese Internet and telecommunications group, will work with Apple Computer to jointly develop mobile phones that have iPod music players functions, a report said.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AP - Move over Bud. College life isn't just about drinking beer. In a rare instance, Apple Computer Inc.'s iconic iPod music player surpassed beer drinking as the most "in" thing among undergraduate college students, according to the latest biannual market research study by Ridgewood, N.J.-based Student Monitor.


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Miami man arrested for theft of VoIP calls (AP)
AP - A Miami businessman helped by a professional hacker penetrated the networks of Internet phone providers to connect hundreds of thousands of free calls, federal prosecutors alleged Wednesday.

Yahoo touches up photo-sharing service (AP)
The Yahoo corporate building is seen in an undated file photo. Internet company Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in South Korean online retailer Gmarket from U.S. venture capital firm Oak Investment Partners. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Yahoo Inc. is touching up its online photo-sharing service so it's easier to sort and distribute digital pictures, continuing a recent overhaul of the world's most trafficked Web site.


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Microsoft plans better disclosures of tool (AP)
A man reads a book near a Microsoft Windows sign March 27, 2006. Microsoft Corp., chip makers and PC firms aim to increase PC usage in the developing world with a new flexible payment program to lower the initial costs of buying a computer, the companies said on Sunday. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. acknowledged Wednesday that it needs to better inform users that its tool for determining whether a computer is running a pirated copy of Windows also quietly checks in daily with the software maker.


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Demand for gadgets propelling chip sales (AP)
AP - Demand for computer chips is accelerating at a faster pace than the industry anticipated, reflecting the popularity of consumer gadgets that have become communications and entertainment hubs.

Tech.gov: Your Privacy Under Siege (PC World)
PC World - The government wants Internet firms to store records about you so that it can have them if necessary for an investigation. Should you worry?

Research In Motion to launch BlackBerry in Japan (Reuters)
Reuters - NTT DoCoMo Inc. , Japan's largest mobile phone company, will start selling Research In Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry wireless e-mail devices this fall, RIM said on Thursday.

Motorola Debuts Dual Wi-Fi Card For Hot Spots, Public Safety Nets (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Motorola is tapping into the market for public safety networks as well as Wi-Fi with what it calls the first 2.4GHz/4.9GHz dual-band Wi-Fi card. The card allows emergency personnel, first responders, and municipal employees to connect to licensed public safety networks in the 4.9GHz frequency, as well as to hot spots and other networks in the 2.4Ghz unlicensed frequency.

New Flaw Hits Internet Explorer and Firefox (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Symantec and several other security firms have issued advisories for a new vulnerability discovered in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and other Web browsers running on Windows, Linux, and Mac systems.

Qwest Set To Offer Windows Live OneCare (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Qwest Communications has teamed up with Microsoft to provide security software to the company's broadband Internet customers. The deal makes Qwest the first Internet service provider (ISP) to offer Windows Live OneCare.

Tech.gov: Your Privacy Under Siege (PC World)
PC World - The government wants Internet firms to store records about you so that it can have them if necessary for an investigation. Should you worry?

Miami man arrested for theft of VoIP calls (AP)
AP - A Miami businessman helped by a professional hacker penetrated the networks of Internet phone providers to connect hundreds of thousands of free calls, federal prosecutors alleged Wednesday.

Yahoo invests in top South Korean e-commerce firm GmarketInc. (AFP)
Global Internet company Yahoo's Times Square, New York sign. The company is buying into a top South Korean e-commerce firm as part of its efforts to strengthen its presence in Asia(AFP/File/Don Emmert)AFP - Global Internet company Yahoo is buying into a top South Korean e-commerce firm as part of its efforts to strengthen its presence in Asia, the companies said.


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Yahoo touches up photo-sharing service (AP)
The Yahoo corporate building is seen in an undated file photo. Internet company Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in South Korean online retailer Gmarket from U.S. venture capital firm Oak Investment Partners. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Yahoo Inc. is touching up its online photo-sharing service so it's easier to sort and distribute digital pictures, continuing a recent overhaul of the world's most trafficked Web site.


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Google Reportedly Falls Victim To Chinese Censorship (TechWeb)
TechWeb - China increases its Internet filtering efforts, sources say.

New CD swap site to give back to struggling artists (Reuters)
A screenshot of Lala.com, taken on June 7, 2006. The new Web site that aims to transform music industry economics is set to go live on Thursday, giving musicians a major cut of the proceeds while largely freezing out record labels and other intermediaries. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - A new Web site that aims to transform music industry economics is set to go live on Thursday, giving musicians a major cut of the proceeds while largely freezing out record labels and other intermediaries.


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Qwest Set To Offer Windows Live OneCare (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Qwest Communications has teamed up with Microsoft to provide security software to the company's broadband Internet customers. The deal makes Qwest the first Internet service provider (ISP) to offer Windows Live OneCare.

TiVo Moves Closer To Becoming a TV Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - TiVoCast would deliver over a broadband connection online video from partners that include the National Basketball Association, the Women's National Basketball Association, The New York Times, and more.

Kaplan steps down as AdBrite CEO (AP)
AdBrite CEO Phil Kaplan is photographed on the roof of his office in a San Francisco file photo March 4, 2005.  Kaplan, the bawdy funnyman behind a profane Web site that skewered casualties of the dot-com bust, has discovered mocking other executives is a lot easier than trying to run a rapidly expanding company. That realization prompted Kaplan to step down as chief executive of AdBrite, an online advertising agency that he started in late 2004. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)AP - Philip Kaplan, the bawdy joker behind a profane Web site that skewered casualties of the dot-com bust, found out mocking other executives is easier than trying to run a rapidly expanding company.


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Televisa says will have US Internet broadcast rights (Reuters)
Reuters - Mexican programmer Televisa on Wednesday said it expected to be able to air its shows on the Internet in the United States, despite remarks by U.S. broadcast partner Univision Communications that the two differ on Web rights.

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