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US Internet companies vow to protect children online (AFP)
Teenagers surf the Web at an Internet cafe. US Internet firms Microsoft, Yahoo, Earthlink, AOL, and United Online formed a coalition to protect children online, pledging a million dollars and their savvy to the mission.(AFP/File/Francois Guillot)AFP - US Internet firms Microsoft, Yahoo, Earthlink, AOL, and United Online formed a coalition to protect children online, pledging a million dollars and their savvy to the mission.


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User Pressure Spurs Microsoft to Revise Antipiracy Program (PC World)
PC World - Windows Genuine Advantage now to make fewer validity checks.

Microsoft Removes WGA 'Phone Home' Component (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft ships an updated version of the Windows Genuine Advantage tool with a major modification and a new EULA.

Is Windows Vista Back on Track? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Following the May Windows Vista Beta 2 release, many testers said they were skeptical that Microsoft could make its 2006 RTM target, based on the quality of the code at that point. But the latest test Vista test build released on June 23, is leading some to rethink their guesstimates.

Net Companies Join To Battle Child Porn (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Five major Internet companies announced plans on Monday to join with a major national organization in combating child porn. EarthLink, Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL, and United Online will fund and technically support a Technology Coalition within the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), a 22-year old group that is a leader in this effort.

Why Microsoft Pulled WinFS as a Stand-Alone Product (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Q&A: Corey Thomas, the group product manager for SQL Server, explains why Microsoft decided not to pursue the previously planned separate delivery of WinFS.

Microsoft's Plea: Don't Turn Off User Account Control (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A senior Microsoft security guru is begging Windows Vista beta testers to keep the User Account Control feature enabled to help the company diagnose application compatibility problems.

EU regulators poised to slap huge fines on Microsoft (AFP)
A customer walks past a display of Microsoft Windows XP software. EU regulators are preparing to raise the pressure on Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling by slapping huge new fines on the US software giant.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - EU regulators are preparing to raise the pressure on Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling by slapping huge new fines on the US software giant.


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Webzen, Microsoft's Massive in video game ad deal (Reuters)
Reuters - South Korean video game company Webzen Inc. on Tuesday said it struck a deal in which Microsoft Corp.'s newly acquired Massive Inc. advertising unit will place promotions in two of its upcoming titles.

A philanthropic powerhouse: Buffett's gift to Gates will 'deepen' efforts (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Warren Buffett's gift of nearly $31 billion to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation cements the role of Microsoft's co-founder as the leader in a new generation of superphilanthropists. But with that gift, Gates and his wife, Melinda, now hold unprecedented power in bolstering education and global health.

Lawmakers to tackle online child porn (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** FBI Supervisory Special Agent Stacey Bradley and Special Agent 'Jackie' of the Innocent Images Unit monitors possible child pornography offenders May 4, 2006 in Calverton, Md. in an online chat room. (AP Photo/Matt Houston)AP - Internet providers told Congress on Tuesday they're doing all they can to combat online child pornography, but they were told to expect legislation.


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Western Digital settles capacity dispute (AP)
AP - Western Digital Corp. is offering free software to about 1 million consumers to resolve a class-action lawsuit alleging that its computer hard drives stored less material than promised — a discrepancy stemming from high-tech's different standards for sizing up digital data.

Dell launches IT service plan (AP)
Dell's XPS M2010 is displayed during a XPS product launch in Hollywood May 31, 2006. Dell Inc., the world's largest personal computer maker, is expected to offer a desktop PC using a microprocessor from Advanced Micro Devices in September, Citigroup Inc. analysts said on Tuesday. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - Dell Inc., which is seeking to expand in the lucrative business of maintaining other companies' computers, plans to launch a new service plan Wednesday that uses mapping technology from Google Inc.


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Experts to form ID theft research center (AP)
AP - An alliance of businesses, colleges and federal crime fighters will combine their expertise at a new research center that will study the problems of identity theft and fraud.

Report: Many e-voting systems flawed (AP)
A voter access card is inserted into an electronic voting machine during a demonstration in Norwalk, California, in a 2003 file photo. The nation's three most commonly purchased electronic voting machines are all vulnerable to fraud, a study released on Tuesday found. REUTERS/Jim RuymenAP - The most widely used electronic-voting systems all have flaws that can be addressed relatively easily, but few states and counties have actually implemented recommended security measures, researchers concluded Tuesday.


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Vonage to unveil computer phone this week: report (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet phone company Vonage Holdings Corp. is expected to unveil as early as Wednesday a plug-in device that will turn a computer into a phone, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Brazilian president to sign decree on digital TV (AFP)
A saleswoman stands by plasma screen TV sets from Japan's electronic giant Panasonic. Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will sign a decree providing for a digital television system in the country, the presidential office announced. It is expected it will adopt a Japanese digital television system.(AFP/File)AFP - Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will sign a decree providing for a digital television system in the country, the presidential office announced.


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Nokia sues two Chinese rivals for product copying (Reuters)
The Nokia logo on the door of the premises in Helsinki, in June 2004. Struggling Japanese electronics maker Sanyo Electric said it has given up potentially lucrative plans to tie up on mobile handsets with Finnish giant Nokia as the firms had failed to reach a compromise.(AFP/File/Markku Ulander)Reuters - Nokia (NOK1V.HE), the world's biggest cellphone maker, has sued two Chinese competitors in its first Chinese legal action alleging illegal product copying, a spokesman said on Wednesday.


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Drop Dead, Netware! (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - When I think about Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL - News), I picture a lumbering dinosaur, tethered to the decaying remains of a once-great operating system. The cost of supporting Netware, Novell's old flagship OS, is keeping the company from wholeheartedly joining the exploding Linux market.

Adobe pumps up rich Internet apps with Flex 2 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Looking to increase adoption of its Flex rich Internet application development technology, Adobe Systems is releasing its Flex 2 product line on Wednesday, which features free versions and the ability to push data to clients.

Vonage to unveil computer phone this week: report (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet phone company Vonage Holdings Corp. is expected to unveil as early as Wednesday a plug-in device that will turn a computer into a phone, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Warner Music bids $4.6 bln for EMI: report (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. Warner Music Group has bid 2.5 billion pounds ($4.6 billion) for Britain's EMI Group Plc in an attempt to take control of the company that has been pursuing it, the Financial Times said on Wednesday.

Comcast says to keep Internet records for 180 days (Reuters)
Brian Roberts, President and CEO of Comcast Corporation, speaks at the Boston College Financial Conference 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts March 12, 2004. USA Video Technology Corp., a small technology firm that holds patents for the digital delivery of media, said on Thursday it has filed a suit against top U.S. cable operators, including Comcast, over their video-on-demand services. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - An executive with U.S. cable operator Comcast Corp. told lawmakers on Tuesday the company will hold on to Web address records for a longer period of time under a new policy to help law enforcement.


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Adobe pumps up rich Internet apps with Flex 2 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Looking to increase adoption of its Flex rich Internet application development technology, Adobe Systems is releasing its Flex 2 product line on Wednesday, which features free versions and the ability to push data to clients.

Lawmakers to tackle online child porn (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** FBI Supervisory Special Agent Stacey Bradley and Special Agent 'Jackie' of the Innocent Images Unit monitors possible child pornography offenders May 4, 2006 in Calverton, Md. in an online chat room. (AP Photo/Matt Houston)AP - Internet providers told Congress on Tuesday they're doing all they can to combat online child pornography, but they were told to expect legislation.


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NBC unveils promotional deal with YouTube (Reuters)
This frame grab from video, supplied by MSNBC, shows Connie Chung singing a song on the finale of MSNBC's 'Weekends with Maury & Connie,' show Saturday, June 17, 2006. Chung sang a version of 'Thanks for the Memory' to her husband and short-lived co-host, Maury Povich. A clip of the performance is the most popular clip of the week on the video Web site YouTube. (AP Photo/MSNBC,HO)Reuters - Television network NBC and online video service YouTube Inc. on Tuesday unveiled a promotional effort that further illustrates the TV industry's drive to cultivate the Web for more viewers.


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Xeon 5100: Intel's Comeback Chip (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Everybody is talking about Intel's new Xeon chips. Analysts, bloggers, and pundits of all sorts are saying the new Xeon 5100 represents a strong comeback move for Intel, which has been criticized of late for falling behind in the innovation race with archrival AMD.

US Internet companies vow to protect children online (AFP)
Teenagers surf the Web at an Internet cafe. US Internet firms Microsoft, Yahoo, Earthlink, AOL, and United Online formed a coalition to protect children online, pledging a million dollars and their savvy to the mission.(AFP/File/Francois Guillot)AFP - US Internet firms Microsoft, Yahoo, Earthlink, AOL, and United Online formed a coalition to protect children online, pledging a million dollars and their savvy to the mission.


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Dell says investigating exploding laptop incident (Reuters)
A Dell notebook is displayed in Hollywood, May 31, 2006. A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld the government's authority to force high-speed Internet service providers to give law enforcement authorities access for surveillance purposes. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - The Dell laptop computer seen bursting into flames in photographs on the Internet was being examined as part of the company's probe of the incident, Dell Inc. said on Tuesday.


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Correction: France-iTunes-Law story (AP)
AP - In a June 22 story about a proposed French copyright law, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod can't play songs purchased from services other than its iTunes Music Store. The iPod can play music bought at some rival online stores, provided the songs are not protected by digital rights management technology. Major music labels, however, only license their catalogs to online services that offer copy protection.

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