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Microsoft AJAX framework forges ahead in spite of difficulties (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - BOSTON - Microsoft's planned Atlas framework for AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) faces difficulty with its development, but promises to be a top-notch offering for the trendy Web scripting technique, a moderator of a TechEd 2006 session said on Wednesday.

Review: MTV, Microsoft team up on URGE (AP)
In this photo released by MTV Networks, a photo of a computer screen shows the Windows Media Player and MTV Networks Inc.'s new URGE online music service web page. The two companies worked together to make MTV's foray into online music a seamless extension of Windows Media Player, blurring the lines between the music you own and the music you rent. (AP Photo/MTV Networks)AP - It's hard to tell where MTV Networks Inc.'s new URGE online music service starts and where Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows Media Player 11 software ends, and that's no accident.


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Microsoft Forms Interoperability Council (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Interoperability has been a sore subject for Microsoft, and the company has formed a council of customers to identify areas to improve interoperability with its products.

Exploits Out For 1 In 3 Microsoft Bugs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - It's not unusual that exploits appear soon after patches are released. Hackers often "reverse engineer" the patch code to figure out exactly where the bug is so that they can crank out a worm or Trojan.

For Microsoft, Biggest Set of Patches Since February 2005 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - On Tuesday, Microsoft released a slew of patches to fix eight "critical" security flaws in Windows and Microsoft Office. The patches released yesterday mark the biggest security update from Microsoft since February 2005.

Adobe Doesn't Rule Out Suing Microsoft Over PDF (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Adobe makes its first public comments about the tiff over Microsoft's planned Save As PDF feature in the upcoming Office 2007.

Microsoft Updates Malware Sniffer (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has updated the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, a seek-and-destroy utility that runs on more than 270 million PCs monthly.

Mega Microsoft Patches Fix Mac Office Bug (TechWeb)
TechWeb - One of the two security updates that Microsoft released Tuesday for its Office suite applies not only to Windows-powered computers, but also to Macs.

Review: Writeboard Online Writing Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The software industry is in transition. Where once we purchased their products in colorful, shiny boxes or via quick and efficient downloads, now, more and more, we have the option of going to the Internet and using a hosted application. Even as you read this, Microsoft is working out the kinks of the Windows Live service for its Office product line.

Microsoft Launches New Webcams (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is making it easier to add sights and sounds to online chats with a new line of webcams that will let long-distance grandparents get in on a grandchild's birthday, or help digital pen pals share a smile.

Amazon starts selling groceries (Reuters)
Amazon's headquarters in Seattle, Washington is seen in an undated file photo. Internet retailer Amazon.com Inc. has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet retailer Amazon.com has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse.


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Google launches new Shakespeare site (Reuters)
A screenshot of Google.com/Shakespeare, taken on June 14, 2006. Web search leader Google Inc. on Wednesday launched the site devoted entirely to the Bard that allows users to browse through the texts of his plays. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "How beauteous mankind is!" For lovers of William Shakespeare, memorizing one of Hamlet's soliloquies or recalling whether "The Tempest" is a romance or a tragedy just got easier.


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Lawmakers want more video game info for parents (Reuters)
A screenshot from the video game 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.' The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday told lawmakers it supports the video game industry's self-regulation of violent content but said too many children are still able to buy Mature-rated games in stores. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Republican lawmakers said on Wednesday that parents need to know more about sexual content and violence in video games and criticized the FTC's handling of a complaint about a top-selling game, "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas."


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European nations pressure Apple on iTunes (AP)
Apple's iTunes website is reflected in an iPod. Denmark, Norway and Sweden plan to force Apple Computers Inc to break the exclusive link between its iPod music players and online iTunes store.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Portable media player maker Creative Technology Ltd. said Wednesday the U.S. International Trade Commission agreed to investigate whether Apple Computer Inc.'s rival iPod infringes on one of its patents.


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The New Fuel That Will Shape the Future (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Until recently, Brazil was better known for soccer and carnival than for leading the world into the future of energy consumption. But now Brazil is also famous for what might be called its "sweet gold." "Sweet" as in sugarcane, "gold" as in a fuel to replace "black gold" -- oil.

Nielsen to gauge TV viewing on Web, mobile devices (Reuters)
Reuters - In a move with far-reaching implications for commercial television, Nielsen Media Research said Wednesday it plans to integrate TV with Internet ratings and to measure viewership for such portable devices as cell phones and iPods.

Creative: ITC to probe Apple patent (AP)
The Creative Technology booth at a Singapore IT show, March 9, 2006. Apple Computer, maker of market-leading iPod digital music players, has filed a second patent infringement lawsuit in the U.S.against rival Creative Technology Ltd.. (David Loh/Reuters)AP - Portable media player maker Creative Technology Ltd. said Wednesday the U.S. International Trade Commission agreed to investigate whether Apple Computer Inc.'s rival iPod infringes on one of its patents.


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Wireless and Internet phone bills seen rising (Reuters)
Reuters - Consumers would likely face higher wireless and Internet telephone bills under a plan that could be approved by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission next week, sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Big Security Flaws Found In Asterix PBX, IAX VoIP Client (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Open source IP PBX application Asterisk PBX and the open source IAX VoIP client contain serious security vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to assault VoIP networks with denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, says Core Security Technologies, a security company that discovered the threat.

Sonic Solutions launches an online lab (AP)
AP - There's a new online playground for folks who like trying new software and cutting-edge technologies.

Nielsen to gauge TV viewing on Web, mobile devices (Reuters)
Reuters - In a move with far-reaching implications for commercial television, Nielsen Media Research said Wednesday it plans to integrate TV with Internet ratings and to measure viewership for such portable devices as cell phones and iPods.

Amazon starts selling groceries (Reuters)
Amazon's headquarters in Seattle, Washington is seen in an undated file photo. Internet retailer Amazon.com Inc. has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet retailer Amazon.com has started selling groceries on its Web site, a cautious step into a business that was one of the biggest casualties of the dot-com collapse.


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Netscape to Take On Slashdot (PC World)
PC World - Can a Web site get Netscape-dotted? New Netscape portal hopes to give Slashdot and Digg a run for their money.

Netscape reborn as blog-era news site (Reuters)
Reuters - Netscape, which started life as a Web browser company and then evolved into a media destination site, is being reinvented once again to merge news reporting and blogs with the latest Internet trends.

Wireless and Internet phone bills seen rising (Reuters)
Reuters - Consumers would likely face higher wireless and Internet telephone bills under a plan that could be approved by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission next week, sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

AOL to revamp its Netscape.com Web portal (AP)
AP - AOL is revamping its Netscape.com Web portal to give visitors a greater role in determining what news articles get readily shown to others.

Google to buy headquarters property for $319 mln (Reuters)
Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. said on Wednesday it plans to pay $319 million for property and buildings, including its headquarters in Mountain View, California, to accommodate a growing work force.

European nations pressure Apple on iTunes (AP)
Apple's iTunes website is reflected in an iPod. Denmark, Norway and Sweden plan to force Apple Computers Inc to break the exclusive link between its iPod music players and online iTunes store.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Portable media player maker Creative Technology Ltd. said Wednesday the U.S. International Trade Commission agreed to investigate whether Apple Computer Inc.'s rival iPod infringes on one of its patents.


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Online auctioneer eBay links US buyers and sellers via Skype (AFP)
Entrance of eBay headquarters in San Jose, California.   EBay pressed its bid to bolster trading at its online auction site by announcing it would enable US-based buyers to connect with sellers using its Internet telephony service Skype.(AFP/File/Hector Mata)AFP - EBay pressed its bid to bolster trading at its online auction site by announcing it would enable US-based buyers to connect with sellers using its Internet telephony service Skype.


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Google to buy its headquarters for $319M (AP)
Headquarters of the Internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California.  US Internet search giant Google unveiled an enhanced version of its popular online mapping program.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - Google Inc. is buying its Silicon Valley headquarters for $319 million in a deal covering the Internet search leader's nerve center — a cluster of buildings revered in high-tech circles as the "Googleplex."


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