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Microsoft Readies a Dozen Patches (PC World)
PC World - Tuesday update will patch Word bug, change how IE handles ActiveX controls.

Microsoft releases test of new Vista operating system (AFP)
Don Lionetti demonstrates Windows Vista in this July 2005 photo. Microsoft said it released a public trial version of Vista, the newest version of its ubiquitous Windows operating set for a full rollout in January.(AFP/Microsoft-HO/File)AFP - Microsoft said it released a public trial version of Vista, the newest version of its ubiquitous Windows operating set for a full rollout in January.


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Microsoft Defends Antipiracy Tool (PC World)
PC World - Does utility track activity after verifying Windows is a legit copy, user asks.

Windows Vista Beta 2 Open to the Public (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - On Wednesday, Microsoft made the Beta 2 version of Windows Vista available for public consumption. The release will be the biggest test yet for the company's next-gen operating system.

Microsoft Patch Day Dozen (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The software maker will release 12 security bulletins to cover code execution flaws in Windows, Office and Exchange.

Web Attackers Train Guns on Patched Windows MDAC Flaw (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - At least three different hacking groups are actively exploiting a patched Windows vulnerability to seed botnets for malicious use. Users are strongly urged to apply Microsoft's MS06-014 update.

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.

CBS offers downloads of TV shows on iTunes (AP)
A man downloads songs onto his laptop from the iTunes store. Microsoft has joined forces with music television giant MTV in launching an online music service aimed at challenging Apple Computer's market-leading iTunes.(AFP/DDP/File)AP - CBS Corp., which already sells episodes of its hit television shows "Survivor" and "CSI" on Google Inc.'s online video store, is now offering the downloads on Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes Music Store.


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China: Internet cos. must obey its laws (AP)
Headquarters of the Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. US Internet powerhouse Google said it was investigating reports that Chinese web surfers had been blocked from Google.com amid a reported censorship crackdown.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - China welcomes foreign Internet companies working in China, but they must respect and abide by the country's laws, including those on expression, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said Thursday.


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Take-Two settles with FTC over sex content (AP)
A screenshot from the video game 'Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.' Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., owner of the blockbuster 'Grand Theft Auto' video game series, on Thursday posted a quarterly loss wider than analyst estimates and its shares fell 13 percent. (Rockstar Games/Handout/Reuters)AP - Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., publishers of the popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas," agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges for failing to disclose that animated sex scenes were hidden on the discs.


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Texas to install border Web cameras (AP)
A U.S. Border Patrol agent patrols along the U.S. border near the point of entry at San Luis, Ariz. on Tuesday, June 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Khampha Bouaphanh)AP - The governor of Texas wants to turn all the world into a virtual posse. Rick Perry has announced a $5 million plan to install hundreds of night-vision cameras on private land along the Mexican border and put the live video on the Internet, so that anyone with a computer who spots illegal immigrants trying to slip across can report it on a toll-free hot line.


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JFK papers, photos to be put on Internet (AP)
AP - The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is launching a massive project to post 48 million pages of documents, 400,000 photos and 1,200 hours of video on the Internet.

France launches game for virtual finance ministers (Reuters)
Reuters - French voters who think they can do a better job of managing the economy than Finance Minister Thierry Breton can test their skills in an Internet game that puts them at the controls of the budget.

Video game company seeks dialogue with Iran (Reuters)
Reuters - Privately held U.S. video game company Kuma Reality Games wants to have a dialogue with Iran -- and use a video game to do it.

TI raises second quarter outlook (Reuters)
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Templeton speaks during a news conference in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, March 28, 2006. Texas Instruments Inc., the biggest supplier of chips for mobile phones, on Thursday raised its earnings and revenue guidance for the second quarter amid strong demand for cell phones. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - Texas Instruments Inc. on Thursday raised its outlook for second-quarter earnings and revenue above market expectations on strong demand across its chip business, boosting its shares 3 percent.


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WS02 offers open source app server sans J2EE stack (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - WS02 is offering an open source application server which, unlike that of its rivals, is not based on a J2EE stack but instead focuses on XML and Web services.

Take-Two quarterly loss widens (Reuters)
A screenshot from the video game 'Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.' Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., owner of the blockbuster 'Grand Theft Auto' video game series, on Thursday posted a quarterly loss wider than analyst estimates and its shares fell 13 percent. (Rockstar Games/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. , owner of the blockbuster "Grand Theft Auto" video game series, on Thursday posted a wider loss due to a big charge and more sales of less profitable co-published and licensed titles, sending its shares down 12 percent.


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France launches game for virtual finance ministers (Reuters)
Reuters - French voters who think they can do a better job of managing the economy than Finance Minister Thierry Breton can test their skills in an Internet game that puts them at the controls of the budget.

House seeks to open cable TV market (AP)
AP - Legislation to open cable TV markets to more competition, possibly saving consumers hundreds of dollars a year, passed the House Thursday.

Effort unveiled for new Web site for the poor (Reuters)
Reuters - Low-income Americans would have free and easy access to vital information under an effort announced Thursday to create a bilingual Web site.

JFK papers, photos to be put on Internet (AP)
AP - The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is launching a massive project to post 48 million pages of documents, 400,000 photos and 1,200 hours of video on the Internet.

Google Crushes Competitors (PC World)
PC World - Search engine handles nearly 60 percent of Web's queries, study shows.

CBS offers downloads of TV shows on iTunes (AP)
A man downloads songs onto his laptop from the iTunes store. Microsoft has joined forces with music television giant MTV in launching an online music service aimed at challenging Apple Computer's market-leading iTunes.(AFP/DDP/File)AP - CBS Corp., which already sells episodes of its hit television shows "Survivor" and "CSI" on Google Inc.'s online video store, is now offering the downloads on Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes Music Store.


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Google Spreadsheets Under Fire (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - This week's launch of Google Spreadsheets, which is currently available to a limited set of users for testing, has stirred up a lot of controversy around the Internet.

Sprint Lets Bloggers Have Their Way (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Clever marketing or blog payola? Sprint Nextel is assessing a recent promotion in which it tried to get free publicity in the blogosphere by giving top bloggers free phones and service.

Google investigating service blockage in China (AFP)
Headquarters of the Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. US Internet powerhouse Google said it was investigating reports that Chinese web surfers had been blocked from Google.com amid a reported censorship crackdown.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - US Internet powerhouse Google said it was investigating reports that Chinese web surfers had been blocked from Google.com amid a reported censorship crackdown.


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Online video games set to get X-rated (Reuters)
A screenshot from 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.' The adult entertainment industry is on the verge of making online gaming sexier at a time when mainstream publishers are fighting a political and cultural war over erotic content. (Rockstar Games/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The adult entertainment industry is on the verge of making online gaming sexier at a time when mainstream publishers are fighting a political and cultural war over erotic content.


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