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Judge dismisses Microsoft antitrust case (AP)
AP - A federal judge has dismissed Go Computer Inc.'s antitrust case against Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft readies Team Foundation Server service pack (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is working on a service pack for its recently released Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server software, with improvements planned in areas such as authentication and data warehousing, Microsoft officials write in their blogs.

Microsoft Sued Over Antipiracy Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is feeling the heat after an aggrieved computer user in Washington filed a class-action lawsuit over the company's Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) software-verification program.

Worm Masquerades as Microsoft Antipiracy Program (PC World)
PC World - W32.Cuebot-K spreads via through AIM and disguises itself as Windows Genuine Advantage on infected PCs.

SANS Spots New IE Vulnerabilities (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Two flaws have been discovered in Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browsing software, one of which has been labeled a critical vulnerability.

Microsoft Faces Class Action Suit (PC World)
PC World - Lawsuit alleges that Windows Genuine Advantage antipiracy tool violates consumer protection laws.

Microsoft Warns Employees of Likely Antitrust Fine (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A recent e-mail update from a member of Microsoft's legal department indicates that Microsoft is bracing for a potential $2.5-million-per-day fine.

Microsoft pushes back Office 2007 release (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates demonstrates the Microsoft Office system in New York in a 2003 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker.


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Microsoft to delay new version of Office suite (AFP)
Microsoft co-founder shadow falls on the company logo during a press conference.  Microsoft said it was delaying the launch of an updated version of its Office software to the end of this year as it works to improve the package of business applications.(AFP/File/Arko Datta)AFP - Microsoft said it was delaying the launch of an updated version of its Office software to the end of this year as it works to improve the package of business applications.


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Microsoft delays Office business software (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates demonstrates the Microsoft Office system in New York in a 2003 file photo. Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will delay the release of its Office 2007 business productivity software to improve product performance in the latest setback for the world's largest software maker. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)AP - Citing "product performance" issues, Microsoft Corp. on Thursday postponed the release of the next version of its Office business software suite.


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Piracy hurting China's own industries (AP)
A programmer at Kingsoft Corp. designs new characters and settings for online games in Beijing Wednesday May 24, 2006. Piracy of Kingsoft's software has forced the company to drop popular products and focus on such online services that can't be counterfeited. Kingsoft and other Chinese software, music and movie companies have seen piracy ruin their markets, hurting their ability to compete with bigger foreign rivals. (AP Photo/Str)AP - Kingsoft Corp.'s English-Chinese dictionary program is used on most of China's 60 million PCs. That's the good news. The bad news: Kingsoft doesn't make any money from it, because 90 percent of those copies are pirated.


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Russia pirate industry is booming (AP)
Konstantin Zemchenko, right , holds pirate films, while investigator Vyacheslav Kuznetsov looks at shelves at their headquarters in Moscow, Thursday, June 15, 2006. As the Motion Pictutes association of America's top pirate-fighter in Russia, Zemchenko's operatives were monitoring the capital's markets and streets stalls for when the first bootleg copies would appear. In the worst pirate market in the world after China, that translates into home run for Hollywood, which says it loses well over US$300 million a year in Russia.  ( AP Photo/Sergei Grits)AP - When "The Da Vinci Code" premiered in Moscow, Konstantin Zemchenko started his count.


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In Mexico, Internet music piracy rising (AP)
People shop for pirated music CDs in downtown Mexico City, Mexico on June 27, 2006. The pirate albums sell for 20 pesos, just under $2 apiece, about one-tenth of the in-store price. Music is even cheaper at the Internet cafes a few hundred yards away, where $1.60 buys a virgin disc and an hour of computer time needed to fill the CD with illegal downloads.(AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)AP - On Genova Street in downtown Mexico City, illegally copied CDs of music by top U.S. artists sell for 20 pesos, just under $2 a piece, in tiny booths between tables overflowing with batteries, stuffed animals and cheap knockoff sunglasses. That's about one-tenth the price in nearby stores.


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Web video shows world how to make geysers (AP)
Stephen Voltz, left, and Fritz Grobe, both of Buckfield, Maine, create a geyser effect from a combination of diet soda and Mentos mints, Thursday, June 29, 2006, during a taping of 'Late Show with David Letterman', in New York.  (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - Americans have a new way to celebrate the Fourth of July: Drop Mentos candies into 2-liter bottles of Diet Coke and watch as the soda shoots skyward. For the messy technique, thank Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz.


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Two More Data Breaches at VA (PC World)
PC World - Earlier incidents come to light; chief information security officer resigns.

Movie critic Ebert seriously ill (Reuters)
Movie critic Roger Ebert gives the thumbs-up as he arrives at a ceremony to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood June 23, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Movie critic Roger Ebert was in serious condition at a Chicago hospital on Sunday following an emergency operation to repair complications from an earlier cancer surgery, the Chicago Sun-Times said on its Web site.


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Nokia says business phone sales on track (Reuters)
Reuters - The world's biggest mobile phone maker Nokia is on track with sales of its E-series of phones aimed at business users, a company official said in comments published on Saturday.

Cell phone signals excite brain, study finds (Reuters)
A man speaks into cellphone in central London in a file photo. People who talk on cellphones while driving, even using 'hands-free' devices, are as impaired as drunk drivers, researchers said on Thursday. (Dan Chung/Reuters)Reuters - Cell phone emissions excite the part of the brain cortex nearest to the phone, but it is not clear if these effects are harmful, Italian researchers reported on Monday.


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Dashboard: Open-Source BI Projects Take Off (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Developers are demonstrating the ability of open-source databases and BI platforms to deliver advanced analytics and operate on large databases at a fraction of the cost of conventional commercial systems.

SunGard interested in Misys: paper (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. financial data firm SunGard Data Systems Inc. has registered its interest in taking over British software group Misys Plc , which is in management buyout talks, the Sunday Times said in an unsourced report.

Movie critic Ebert seriously ill (Reuters)
Movie critic Roger Ebert gives the thumbs-up as he arrives at a ceremony to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood June 23, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Movie critic Roger Ebert was in serious condition at a Chicago hospital on Sunday following an emergency operation to repair complications from an earlier cancer surgery, the Chicago Sun-Times said on its Web site.


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U.S. authenticates bin Laden's voice (AP)
AP - The Bush administration said Sunday it had verified that an audio message posted on the Internet is in Osama bin Laden's voice.

Lazona, Elhood give Latinos their online space (Reuters)
Reuters - Given the success of MySpace among all users, Latins included, it was only a matter of time before a social networking site specifically targeted that demographic.

Feature: Service Advantage (TechWeb)
TechWeb - To improve satisfaction, service organizations are analyzing customer interactions to identify and correct problems before they escalate. And to stay in tune with changing needs, firms are scoring customers by the minute, applying analytics to the data stream from call centers, retails stores, Web sites and more to customize on the fly. Find out how you can use analytics to ace customer service.

France lawmakers approve 'iTunes law' (AP)
In this Jan. 27, 2004 file photo, a giant advertisement for the Apple iPod adorns the main entrance of Cannes Festival Palace, where the 38th MIDEM (International record music publishing and video music market) was taking place in Cannes, southern France.  French lawmakers gave final approval Friday to legislation that could force Apple Computer Inc. to make its iPod and iTunes Music Store compatible with rivals' music players and online services. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)AP - French lawmakers gave final approval Friday to government-backed legislation that could force Apple Computer Inc. to make its iPod music player and iTunes online store compatible with rivals' offerings.


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Microsoft readies Team Foundation Server service pack (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is working on a service pack for its recently released Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server software, with improvements planned in areas such as authentication and data warehousing, Microsoft officials write in their blogs.

France adopts toned down version of download law (Reuters)
Reuters - The French parliament on Friday adopted a watered-down version of a law once seen as posing a major threat to the future of online media stores, such as Apple's market-leading iTunes, in France.

Web Catches Tourists In NYC Rental Trap (TechWeb)
TechWeb - New York City leaders are trying to stop online scams that are luring tourists into cramped and dirty apartments instead of the hotel suites they think they are getting.

French Law Affects Copyright, DRM (PC World)
PC World - New copyright law could affect online music stores, open-source software, and peer-to-peer file sharing networks.

Apple Updates iTunes To Plug Security Hole (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple Computer Inc. this week updated its iTunes music store software to fix a critical security flaw that could let attackers grab control of a PC or Mac.

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