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Microsoft upgrades instant messenger (AP)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. launched on Monday its newly branded instant messaging system, Windows Live Messenger, the first major release in a wave of online services Microsoft plans to offer to grab a larger share of Web advertising revenue. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s latest instant messaging program is ready for prime time, the company said Monday.


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Microsoft releases new Windows Live IM service (Reuters)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. launched on Monday its newly branded instant messaging system, Windows Live Messenger, the first major release in a wave of online services Microsoft plans to offer to grab a larger share of Web advertising revenue. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. launched on Monday its newly branded instant messaging system, Windows Live Messenger, the first major release in a wave of online services Microsoft plans to offer to grab a larger share of Web advertising revenue.


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McAfee Launches Total Protection Beta (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - McAfee has launched the beta version of a new all-in-one security platform, originally codenamed Falcon, that is designed to compete with Microsoft's recently introduced Windows Live OncCare and a forthcoming security service from Symantec, called Norton 360.

Oracle's $19 Billion Payoff (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - On the week when Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) tech legend Bill Gates bowed out, there is another tech legend who doesn't want to bow out just yet: Oracle's (Nasdaq: ORCL - News) Larry Ellison.

Microsoft Posts Excel 'Zero-Day' Flaw Workarounds (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Redmond's security response center is recommending that businesses block Excel spreadsheet attachments at the e-mail gateway to avoid targeted zero-day attacks.

Microsoft Loses Office Patent Appeal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The case may represent the first time that Microsoft has updated its software for purely legal reasons.

UPDATE: Microsoft Site Vandalized By Boo-Boo, Not Bug (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Microsoft France Web site defaced Sunday was not hacked through a software vulnerability, a company said Monday, but was breached because of a mis-configured server.

Windows Live Messenger Comes Out of Beta (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The new Windows Live Messenger offers free video calling, interactive gaming, and integration with other Microsoft Live services.

Rumor: Microsoft Developing iPod Killer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Reports began circulating on Friday that Microsoft has started laying the foundation for new products that will challenge both the iPod and the iTunes online music store.

Windows Live Messenger Goes Gold (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The successor to MSN Messenger is one of the first of Microsoft's burgeoning family of Windows Live services to move beyond the beta stage. Microsoft is posting for download the final bits later on June 19.

Major Web browsers getting facelifts (AP)
Graphic shows market share data for Internet browsers. (AP Graphic)AP - The major Web browsers are getting facelifts as they increasingly become the focal point for handling business transactions and running programs over the Internet rather than simply displaying Web sites.


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Crime alerts at your fingertips in Boston (AP)
AP - Phil Carver may never see the white Maxima stolen near his neighborhood, but the description e-mailed to him by the Boston Police Department will be in the back of his head when he goes for a walk with his kids.

Microsoft upgrades instant messenger (AP)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. launched on Monday its newly branded instant messaging system, Windows Live Messenger, the first major release in a wave of online services Microsoft plans to offer to grab a larger share of Web advertising revenue. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s latest instant messaging program is ready for prime time, the company said Monday.


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Scientists taking cues from nature (AP)
Marc Weissburg, a biology professor and co-director of Georgia Tech's Center for Biologically Inspired Design, pulls a blue crab from a tank for a project he is working on Thursday, May 11, 2006 in Atlanta. In his experiment he shines a blinding green laser into a pool of water to track how a blue crab still manages to scamper down a piece of shrimp in 15 seconds even without its sight. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)AP - It's one of the greatest challenges for robotics engineers: Building a machine that actually walks like one of us.


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Nokia, Siemens to merge in $30B venture (AP)
Simon Beresford-Wylie, CEO-designate of Nokia Siemens Networks, poses with mobile phones during a press conference in Frankfurt, Germany, Monday, June 19, 2006. Siemens and Nokia Corp. said Monday they will combine their mobile network operations to create a joint venture with annual revenues of 15.8 billion euro (US$20 billion), a move that will help them compete with market leader Ericsson AB. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)AP - Nokia Corp. and Siemens AG said Monday they will combine their network equipment units in a reported $30 billion joint venture to more effectively take on market leader LM Ericsson.


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Beijing blocks search engines of popular Chinese portals (AFP)
Chengdu cyber-surfers. Chinese authorities have blocked the search engines of two of the country's most popular web portals as part of their efforts to censor the Internet, staff at one of the companies said(AFP/File/Liu Jin)AFP - Chinese authorities have blocked the search engines of two of the country's most popular web portals as part of their efforts to censor the Internet, staff at one of the companies said.


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Burning Questions: Blu-ray vs. HD DVD--Which Has the Early Edge? (PC World)
PC World - The next-generation disc formats are here--and so are hints of where the format war is going.

Cellphone start-ups struggle in US: report (Reuters)
Reuters - A wave of cellphone start-ups, hoping to attract users to television, music and other premium services, are floundering as they fight over a thin slice of the U.S. market, a report said on Tuesday.

Eclipse to deliver on Callisto project (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The Eclipse Foundation on June 30 plans to roll out multiple Eclipse technologies under the banner of the open source software group's Callisto release.

Software AG Upgrades Design Tools For Ajax Applications (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Software AG launches an upgrade of its design tools for Ajax-based applications.

Beijing blocks search engines of popular Chinese portals (AFP)
Chengdu cyber-surfers. Chinese authorities have blocked the search engines of two of the country's most popular web portals as part of their efforts to censor the Internet, staff at one of the companies said(AFP/File/Liu Jin)AFP - Chinese authorities have blocked the search engines of two of the country's most popular web portals as part of their efforts to censor the Internet, staff at one of the companies said.


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Major Web browsers getting facelifts (AP)
Graphic shows market share data for Internet browsers. (AP Graphic)AP - The major Web browsers are getting facelifts as they increasingly become the focal point for handling business transactions and running programs over the Internet rather than simply displaying Web sites.


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Disney says ABC free web TV a hit with consumers (Reuters)
Padma Lakshmi (L) and Dougray Scott (R), cast members in the ABC original miniseries 'The Ten Commandments' are interviewed onstage at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California, January 21, 2006. Prime-time ABC television shows were viewed more than 11 million times on the Web in the first month of a test by the Walt Disney Co. of whether consumers will watch ads online if the shows are free. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Prime-time ABC television shows were viewed more than 11 million times on the Web in the first month of a test by the Walt Disney Co. of whether consumers will watch ads online if the shows are free.


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Broadband channel creating edgy new series (Reuters)
Reuters - Comedy Central's broadband channel, MotherLoad, has tapped the world of broadcast television to deliver its next wave of edgy online content.

Yahoo Messenger allows users to share services (Reuters)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel speaks at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. Yahoo Inc. is set to allow users of its instant messaging service to run mini Web programs that help them conduct shared activities ranging from calendar scheduling to watching videos or even trading commodities, the company said on Monday. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. is set to allow users to embed in its instant messaging service formerly independent programs that help them collaborate on activities ranging from calendar scheduling to watching videos or even trading commodities.


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Coke's World Cup Push: Vlog Is It (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - When it came to connecting with teens for its U.K. World Cup campaign, Coke decided that a typical TV ad push wouldn't do the trick. Instead, it's taking a chance on one of the newest media vehicles online: video blogging.

Microsoft releases new Windows Live IM service (Reuters)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. Microsoft Corp. launched on Monday its newly branded instant messaging system, Windows Live Messenger, the first major release in a wave of online services Microsoft plans to offer to grab a larger share of Web advertising revenue. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. launched on Monday its newly branded instant messaging system, Windows Live Messenger, the first major release in a wave of online services Microsoft plans to offer to grab a larger share of Web advertising revenue.


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Verizon accuses Vonage of infringement (AP)
Chairman of Vonage Jeffrey Citron testifies during a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing on Internet neutrality on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 7, 2006. Internet phone service provider Vonage Holdings Corp. on Monday said a unit of Verizon Communications Inc. had served it with a patent infringement lawsuit involving voice-over-Internet phone technology. (Jim Young/Reuters)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. has charged that Internet phone carrier Vonage Holdings Corp. violated patent rights that Verizon has on technology for making phone calls over the Internet.


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Apple in talks to offer movies at iTunes (Reuters)
People shop inside an Apple store in central London in this March 29, 2006 file photo. Apple Computer Inc. is in talks with most of Hollywood's studios to offer movie downloads via its popular iTunes Music Store Web site, show business newspaper Daily Variety reported on Monday. (Dylan Martinez/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. is in talks with most of Hollywood's studios to offer movie downloads via its popular iTunes Music Store Web site, show business newspaper Daily Variety reported on Monday.


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PayPal Fixes URL Used for Fraud (NewsFactor)
**FILE PHOTO** The exterior of PayPal offices in Mountain View, Calif., is shown July 8, 2002. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)NewsFactor - According to Internet-monitoring company Netcraft, a security flaw on PayPal's site allowed hackers to steal credit card information from PayPal users.


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