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EU tough stance, fine prompt movement by Microsoft (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith arrives at the Court of First Instance, the European Union's second-highest court in Luxembourg April 28, 2006. The European Commission confirmed on Friday it would debate anti-trust sanctions against software giant Microsoft at a regular meeting on Wednesday. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - The European Commission is due to fine Microsoft on Wednesday as part of a hard-line approach toward getting the software giant to comply with antitrust sanctions that appears to be bearing fruit.


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EU Antitrust Chief, Microsoft Headed For Clash (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and European Commission antitrust officials again appear headed for a collision in their long-running dispute.

1 In 5 Vista Bugs Still Unfixed (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is scrambling to fix all the reported glitches that its Windows Vista Beta 2 testers are reporting " and the bug count is soaring.

Microsoft Adds Privacy Folder To Windows (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Private Folder 1.0, an add-on to Windows XP for storing private documents and files, has some enterprise administrators squawking.

Microsoft reportedly plans digital player (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is seen in this May 22, 2006 file photo. Microsoft will start selling a digital music and video player to compete with Apple's iPod by Christmas, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. (Jason Lee/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is preparing to roll out a portable digital music player later this year, an apparent bid to capture a slice of the market now dominated by the iPod, music industry executives said Thursday.


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Microsoft mum on reports it is aiming at Apple's iPod (AFP)
File picture showing a miniaturized iPod called the "nano" capable of holding 1,000 songs, seen here in September 2005 in Paris. Software colossus Microsoft remained tight-lipped regarding media reports that it intended to unleash its own version of Apple Computer's popular iPod MP3 player.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - Software colossus Microsoft remained tight-lipped regarding media reports that it intended to unleash its own version of Apple Computer's popular iPod MP3 player.


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Microsoft Plans Patches for Windows, Office (PC World)
PC World - Seven software patches expected next week from Microsoft.

Details Emerge on Microsoft's iPod Killer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - According to published reports, Microsoft has grown weary of waiting for its hardware partners to develop a portable-music player that can challenge Apple's iPod, and has decided to forge ahead and build its own.

Seven More Microsoft Patches Are Coming (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Patch Tuesday is near and more patches are on the way. Indeed, another round of major patches for Windows and Office are scheduled to be released early next week.

Microsoft, Bouygues Telecom to collaborate on music service (AFP)
A Bouygues mobile phone. US software colossus Microsoft and Bouygues Telecom will collaborate to launch a new mobile music service in France in 2007, the companies announced. Bouygues handsets will be able to play music downloaded from more than 100 online music services around the world.(AFP/File/Damien Meyer)AFP - US software colossus Microsoft and Bouygues Telecom will collaborate to launch a new mobile music service in France in 2007, the companies announced.


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Colleges go cellular to contact students (AP)
University of Cincinnati sophomore Chris Weiser uses a cell phone, Wednesday, April 26, 2006, on campus in Cincinnati. Universities and colleges are facing financial and technological challenges in deciding how best to provide phone service and maintain contact with students who have almost completely abandoned the use of land line phones in favor of cellular phones. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)AP - For Ron Chicken and other freshmen at Montclair State University, the new freedoms that presumably came with college age included a mandatory cell phone with which the school could pinpoint their whereabouts on or off campus.


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Online video boom raises risks, concerns (AP)
Ellen Harris, left, points to a video clip from the web to her kids, Grace, 13, right, Malcolm, 17, second from right, Zach, 15, second from left, at their home in Palo Alto, Calif., Wednesday, July 5, 2006. 'We certainly shake our heads when we see certain stuff, but there's stuff like that on prime time TV as well,' said Ellen Harris of Palo Alto, a mother of three teenagers.  'I'm not happy to have my 13-year-old seeing people having sex on the Internet, but I don't lose sleep over it. I just talk to my kids about it,' Harris said.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - As if porn sites and pedophiles in chat rooms weren't frustrating enough for parents whose children use the Internet, now online postings of amateur video featuring skin and violence are raising concerns. The explosion in online video-sharing sites, where clips of any nature can be easily uploaded for the world to see, has become the latest challenge for parents trying to protect their children and for Web sites coping with obscene submittals.


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Web firms press visions of 'social search' (AP)
Steve Mansfield, developer of social search engine prefound.com, is shown at his office in Lexington, Ky., on Friday, June 23, 2006. Mansfield operates his own Internet search engine from a place he calls a 'secret hideout', a small office surrounded by low-rent apartments on the outskirts of this college town known for its horse farms.  (AP Photo/Brian Tietz)AP - Steve Mansfield operates his own Internet search engine from a place he calls a "secret hideout" — a small office surrounded by low-rent apartments on the outskirts of this college town known for its horse farms.


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SunRocket to unveil global calling plan (AP)
AP - Internet phone company SunRocket Inc. to introduce a calling plan with unlimited calls to about 35 countries for $25 a month, lowering the bar even further in the price wars that have unnerved investors about the young industry's long-term viability.

Cingular Wireless refutes lawsuit claims (Reuters)
The Atlanta, Georgia headquarters for Cingular Wireless is seen on February 17, 2004. Cingular Wireless, one of the largest U.S. mobile phone carriers, on Friday refuted claims in a lawsuit that it misled and overcharged some customers, and said it is considering coutersuing. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Cingular Wireless, one of the largest U.S. mobile phone carriers, on Friday refuted claims in a lawsuit that it misled and overcharged some customers, and said it is considering coutersuing.


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Supporters of suspended Singaporean blogger hold silent protest (AFP)
A man surfs the web in Singapore. Supporters of a Singaporean blogger have gathered at a busy subway station for a silent protest at the suspension of his weekly newspaper column after the government criticised his latest satirical piece about high living costs.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AFP - Supporters of a Singaporean blogger have gathered at a busy subway station for a silent protest at the suspension of his weekly newspaper column after the government criticised his latest satirical piece about high living costs.


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Questions linger over secrets on laptops (AP)
Laptops are seen on a display in Seoul, January 13, 2006. The Federal Trade Commission, responsible for protecting Americans from fraud and identity theft, reported on Thursday the theft of two of its own computers with personal information about 110 people. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Every month seems to bring another episode of sensitive personal information escaping into the wild because a corporate or government laptop computer is lost or stolen. A common response is a lot of hand-wringing over how the data should have been encrypted.


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EU to force mobile operators to slash roaming charges (AFP)
A man uses his mobile phone as he stands next to the logo of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom in Hanover. Despite a fierce lobbying campaign by the telecoms industry, the European Commission is poised to force operators to slash the cost of mobile phone calls while abroad, officials say.(AFP/File/John MacDougall)AFP - Despite a fierce lobbying campaign by the telecoms industry, the European Commission is poised to force operators to slash the cost of mobile phone calls while abroad, officials say.


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Genuitec MyEclipse 5.0 links NetBeans, Eclipse (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Genuitec will link rival NetBeans with its Eclipse open source technologies in a preview release of the MyEclipse 5.0 environment for enterprise and Web application development being unveiled on Friday.

EU tough stance, fine prompt movement by Microsoft (Reuters)
General counsel of software giant Microsoft Brad Smith arrives at the Court of First Instance, the European Union's second-highest court in Luxembourg April 28, 2006. The European Commission confirmed on Friday it would debate anti-trust sanctions against software giant Microsoft at a regular meeting on Wednesday. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - The European Commission is due to fine Microsoft on Wednesday as part of a hard-line approach toward getting the software giant to comply with antitrust sanctions that appears to be bearing fruit.


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Online video boom raises risks, concerns (AP)
Ellen Harris, left, points to a video clip from the web to her kids, Grace, 13, right, Malcolm, 17, second from right, Zach, 15, second from left, at their home in Palo Alto, Calif., Wednesday, July 5, 2006. 'We certainly shake our heads when we see certain stuff, but there's stuff like that on prime time TV as well,' said Ellen Harris of Palo Alto, a mother of three teenagers.  'I'm not happy to have my 13-year-old seeing people having sex on the Internet, but I don't lose sleep over it. I just talk to my kids about it,' Harris said.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - As if porn sites and pedophiles in chat rooms weren't frustrating enough for parents whose children use the Internet, now online postings of amateur video featuring skin and violence are raising concerns. The explosion in online video-sharing sites, where clips of any nature can be easily uploaded for the world to see, has become the latest challenge for parents trying to protect their children and for Web sites coping with obscene submittals.


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Web firms press visions of 'social search' (AP)
Steve Mansfield, developer of social search engine prefound.com, is shown at his office in Lexington, Ky., on Friday, June 23, 2006. Mansfield operates his own Internet search engine from a place he calls a 'secret hideout', a small office surrounded by low-rent apartments on the outskirts of this college town known for its horse farms.  (AP Photo/Brian Tietz)AP - Steve Mansfield operates his own Internet search engine from a place he calls a "secret hideout" — a small office surrounded by low-rent apartments on the outskirts of this college town known for its horse farms.


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Supporters of suspended Singaporean blogger hold silent protest (AFP)
A man surfs the web in Singapore. Supporters of a Singaporean blogger have gathered at a busy subway station for a silent protest at the suspension of his weekly newspaper column after the government criticised his latest satirical piece about high living costs.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AFP - Supporters of a Singaporean blogger have gathered at a busy subway station for a silent protest at the suspension of his weekly newspaper column after the government criticised his latest satirical piece about high living costs.


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China launches Web site to teach Chinese (Reuters)
A woman looks at a poster promoting the use of Mandarin and Chinese characters in Beijing, January 19, 2006. China launched a Web site, www.linese.com, on Saturday offering free Chinese lessons and materials to promote the study and use of the language abroad. (Alfred Cheng Jin/Reuters)Reuters - China launched a Web site, www.linese.com, on Saturday offering free Chinese lessons and materials to promote the study and use of the language abroad.


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U.S. album sales down; downloads soar (AP)
In this undated photo released by the Disney Channel an ensemble cast performs in this scene from 'High School Musical.' U.S. album sales were down 4.2 percent in the first half of the year but the digital music market continued to show strength as sales rose 77 percent, according to new figures. (AP Photo/Disney Channel)AP - U.S. album sales were down 4.2 percent in the first half of the year, but sales of music downloaded online soared 77 percent, according to industry figures.


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Navy data again found on public web site (AP)
U.S. soldiers from 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team participate in Operation Lion Phase III along the Tigris River near Mosul, July 6, 2006. (Tech. Sgt. Jeremy T. Lock/Handout/Reuters)AP - For the second time in two weeks, Social Security numbers and other personal information of Navy personnel have been discovered on an Internet site, triggering an investigation.


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Google's Binary Search Helps Identify Malware (PC World)
PC World - Thousands of malicious Web sites pinpointed thanks to a little-known capability in Google's search engine.

Can't Find Parking? Search SpotScout Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A startup plans to create a real-time marketplace for available parking spaces and deliver the information to subscribers over a mobile phone or GPS network.

Rocketboom star exits her famous perch (AP)
AP - "The Internet is like a smoothly paved road," Amanda Congdon told viewers the last time she appeared on her popular video blog, Rocketboom. "I can go anywhere I want."

AOL mulls free services: source (Reuters)
Attendees use wireless computers at a trade show in Atlanta, Georgia March 24, 2004. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit may offer its full menu of services, including e-mail, free of charge to anyone with a high-speed Internet connection, The Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit is considering offering its services, except for Internet access, free of charge to anyone with a high-speed connection, a source familiar with the plans said on Thursday.


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