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EU set to fine Microsoft: sources (Reuters)
European Union flags are seen outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels April 12, 2006. The European Commission will fine Microsoft between 200 million and 300 million euros on Wednesday to punish it for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions, sources familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is expected to be hit with a fine of between 200 million and 300 million euros on Wednesday for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions imposed by the European Commission, sources familiar with the situation said.


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Microsoft CEO pledges quicker upgrades for Windows (Reuters)
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer is seen in this May 26, 2006 file photo. Ballmer pledged on Tuesday to never again wait so long between releases of its Windows operating system. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer pledged on Tuesday to never again wait so long between releases of its Windows operating system.


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Microsoft warns of 5 "critical" security flaws (Reuters)
Allison Watson, Vice president, Worldwide Partner and Small Business Groups, Microsoft Corp.,   speaks  during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Boston, Tuesday, July 11, 2006.  (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday warned of five "critical" security flaws in its Windows operating system and Office software that could allow attackers to take control of a computer.


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Microsoft stops supporting Windows 98 and Millennium Edition operating systems (AFP)
Japanese TV crew shoot packages of the Japanese version of Microsoft's Windows 98 in Tokyo, in 1998.  Microsoft said that it had stopped supporting its Windows 98 and Millennium Edition (ME) operating systems, effectively abandoning the old version of its software.(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft said that it had stopped supporting its Windows 98 and Millennium Edition (ME) operating systems, effectively abandoning the old version of its software.


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Microsoft releases Windows security fixes (AP)
Allison Watson, Vice president, Worldwide Partner and Small Business Groups, Microsoft Corp.,   speaks  during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Boston, Tuesday, July 11, 2006.  (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)AP - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released four security fixes to patch flaws in its Windows operating system. Two of the vulnerabilities carried the highest danger rating.


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Does Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage Program Qualify as Spyware? (PC World)
PC World - Security experts disagree, but say Microsoft could have done a better job with controversial WGA program.

Key dates in EU action against Microsoft (AP)
AP - Key dates in the European Union's antitrust proceedings against Microsoft Corp.:

EU expected to levy new Microsoft fines (AP)
Allison Watson, Vice president, Worldwide Partner and Small Business Groups, Microsoft Corp.,   speaks  during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Boston, Tuesday, July 11, 2006.  (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)AP - Thousands of pages of technical documentation could cost Microsoft Corp. hundreds of millions of dollars in fines on Wednesday.


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Microsoft Patches 'Critical" Excel, Office Bugs (PC World)
PC World - Patches expected to fix widely reported flaws.

Ballmer: Future Windows to arrive faster (AP)
South African President Thabo Mbeki, left, meets with Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, right, in Pretoria, South Africa, Tuesday, July 11, 2006, on Tuesday night to discuss HIV/Aids. Gates, who flew from Cape Town for the meeting with Mbeki, said he was 'excited' and glad to have the opportunity to take up the issues with the president. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s customers will never again face as long a wait between new versions of Windows software as they're enduring now, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer vowed Tuesday. Meanwhile, Chairman Bill Gates said the company's much-delayed Vista operating system is likely — but not guaranteed — to reach the market by January.


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EU set to fine Microsoft: sources (Reuters)
European Union flags are seen outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels April 12, 2006. The European Commission will fine Microsoft between 200 million and 300 million euros on Wednesday to punish it for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions, sources familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is expected to be hit with a fine of between 200 million and 300 million euros on Wednesday for failing to carry out antitrust sanctions imposed by the European Commission, sources familiar with the situation said.


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Microsoft CEO pledges quicker upgrades for Windows (Reuters)
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer is seen in this May 26, 2006 file photo. Ballmer pledged on Tuesday to never again wait so long between releases of its Windows operating system. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer pledged on Tuesday to never again wait so long between releases of its Windows operating system.


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State Dept. investigating computer 'anomalies' (Reuters)
Reuters - The State Department is investigating "anomalies" in its unclassified computer system, the agency said on Tuesday, declining to comment on a report that the department's computers had been hacked.

Time Warner to disclose future AOL strategy soon (Reuters)
People walk in front of the Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York October 13, 2005. Time Warner Inc. estimates its AOL division would lose almost $1 billion in operating profit through 2009 under a plan to offer the unit's services free to some customers, The Wall Street Journal said on Tuesday. (Nicholas Roberts/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc. said on Tuesday it would soon disclose its business strategy for Internet unit AOL, dismissing a Wall Street Journal report that it will lose up to $1 billion through 2009 as it offers more free services.


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Sony pulls controversial Dutch PSP ad (Reuters)
A model shows the Sony Computer Entertainment's new colour PlayStation Portable (PSP) in this September 16, 2005 file photo. Sony Corp. said on Tuesday it has pulled a Dutch billboard advertising campaign for the new white version of its PlayStation Portable video game player and apologized to anyone offended by ad, which critics dubbed racist. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) said on Tuesday it had pulled a Dutch billboard advertising campaign for the new white version of its PlayStation Portable video game player and apologized to anyone offended by the ad, which critics dubbed racist.


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TNT, Veoh wake to 'Nightmares' in on-demand venture (Reuters)
Reuters - Turner Network Television is set to unveil Wednesday (July 12) the fruits of a partnership with Internet broadcasting company Veoh Networks that will deliver free movies, interviews and other content tied to TNT's upcoming anthology series "Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" on demand.

Japanese gadget records, replicates odor (AP)
AP - People stopping to smell the roses can now take that sweet floral fragrance home with them or even send it to a faraway grandmother thanks to a new gadget in Japan that records and replicates the world's odors.

Internet, Media Outfits Not In Wireless Auction (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Federal regulators have given 81 companies a green light to take part in the next big auction of wireless airwaves, slated to begin Aug. 9.

Microsoft Looks to New Partners to Drive HPC, Security Offerings (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Redmond-based software giant is late to market with some of its latest offerings and is looking to new partners, who are already successful in those markets, even if that success was achieved on competitor platforms like Linux, to drive adoption.

Indian software major Infosys Q1 net profit up 50.3 percent (AFP)
President of Infosys Technologies Nandan Nilekani. The Indian software giant first-quarter net profit jumped 50.3 percent from a year earlier as it won more clients amid an ongoing outsourcing boom(AFP/File/Toru Yamanaka)AFP - Indian software giant Infosys first-quarter net profit jumped 50.3 percent from a year earlier as it won more clients amid an ongoing outsourcing boom.


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TNT, Veoh wake to 'Nightmares' in on-demand venture (Reuters)
Reuters - Turner Network Television is set to unveil Wednesday (July 12) the fruits of a partnership with Internet broadcasting company Veoh Networks that will deliver free movies, interviews and other content tied to TNT's upcoming anthology series "Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" on demand.

MySpace top single US Web site: report (Reuters)
A woman looks at the MySpace website in Washington in June 2006. The MySpace website deemed a virtual clubhouse where teenagers bare details of their lives has eclipsed Internet oldster Yahoo as the most popular US website, a research firm said.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)Reuters - Online hangout MySpace.com has overtaken Yahoo Inc.'s e-mail gateway as the single most-visited U.S. Web site, although Yahoo's network of sites retains a broader audience, according to a report issued on Tuesday.


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Time Warner to disclose future AOL strategy soon (Reuters)
People walk in front of the Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York October 13, 2005. Time Warner Inc. estimates its AOL division would lose almost $1 billion in operating profit through 2009 under a plan to offer the unit's services free to some customers, The Wall Street Journal said on Tuesday. (Nicholas Roberts/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc. said on Tuesday it would soon disclose its business strategy for Internet unit AOL, dismissing a Wall Street Journal report that it will lose up to $1 billion through 2009 as it offers more free services.


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Wired pays Lycos to recover Wired.com site (Reuters)
Reuters - Wired magazine, the publication that helped popularize the Internet craze during the 1990s, is poised to recover the online business it lost when the company was divided in half eight years ago.

Kabu.com to launch after-hours trading system (Reuters)
Reuters - Japanese online brokerage kabu.com Securities said on Wednesday it would set up a proprietary trading system (PTS) for after-hours trading, and its shares rose by nearly 8 percent in the morning.

Google plans to open facility in Michigan (AP)
Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm talks at a news conference, Tuesday, July 11, 2006, in Lansing, Mich., about Google's plans to open a facility in Ann Arbor, Mich. At right is David Fischer, Google's director of online sales and operations. The Ann Arbor facility is expected to employ 1,000 people within five years to handle advertising that appears on the Internet giant's search engine. (AP Photo/Al Goldis)AP - Google Inc. plans to open a new facility in the Ann Arbor, Mich., area that will employ 1,000 people within five years to handle advertising generated by the search engine, Gov. Jennifer Granholm and company officials said Tuesday.


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Political networkers to get new Web site, HotSoup (Reuters)
Reuters - A team of U.S. political strategists is creating an Internet forum for debating hot-button issues, hoping to connect the politically obsessed the way MySpace.com hooks up hypersocial teens.

House OKs bill to rein in online gambling (AP)
A pair of dice in an undated photo. The full House of Representatives is expected to debate next week legislation that would attempt to ban Internet gambling, a $12 billion-a-year industry that gets half its revenue from American gamblers, two Republican lawmakers said on Thursday. REUTERS/FileAP - The House passed legislation Tuesday that would prevent gamblers from using credit cards to bet online and could block access to gambling Web sites.


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Teen-oriented MySpace ranks as most popular US website: market tracker (AFP)
A woman looks at the MySpace website in Washington in June 2006. The MySpace website deemed a virtual clubhouse where teenagers bare details of their lives has eclipsed Internet oldster Yahoo as the most popular US website, a research firm said.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - The MySpace website deemed a virtual clubhouse where teenagers bare details of their lives has eclipsed Internet oldster Yahoo as the most popular US website, a research firm said.


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Agency works on emergency alert system (AP)
AP - The government will soon be pinging cell phones and posting on Web sites to warn Americans of impending disasters as it updates its Cold War-era emergency alert system.

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