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Microsoft Issues Seven Security Updates (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In keeping with its monthly patch schedule, Microsoft released seven security updates this week. The company rated five of the patched flaws as "critical," the most serious ranking.

Vista launch unaffected by fine: Microsoft (Reuters)
Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. A European fine on Microsoft Corp. will have no effect on the launch of Vista, its next-generation Windows operating system, the U.S. software giant's Japan unit said on Thursday. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A European fine on Microsoft will have no effect on the launch of Vista, its next-generation Windows operating system, the U.S. software giant's Japan unit said on Thursday.


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Beta of Firefox 2.0 Officially Released (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The official release of the first beta version of Firefox 2.0 has arrived. The new browser is a highly anticipated update that many say will steal the thunder from Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft's next-generation browser that is slated to be released later this summer.

Microsoft and Yahoo Declare IM Truce (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Like two warring empires that have had a change of heart about speaking the language of peace, Yahoo and Microsoft will now allow their instant-messaging services to talk to each other.

Microsoft Releases New OS for Old PCs (PC World)
PC World - Software is designed to extend the life of aging systems by turning them into thin clients.

Microsoft: EU Fine Won't Hurt Vista Launch (PC World)
PC World - Delay would more likely arise from a beta testing finding a serious flaw, software giant says.

Microsoft Research Automates Hunt for Search Engine Spam (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Researchers at Microsoft are working on an ambitious new project to hunt down and neutralize large-scale search engine and blog comment spammers.

Microsoft, Yahoo users can talk amongst themselves (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - In another potential blow for AOL, Microsoft and Yahoo team Thursday to merge the audience for their online instant-messaging programs, threatening the longtime leader. People using No. 2-ranked Windows Live (formerly MSN Messenger) and No. 3 Yahoo Messenger now will be able to talk to each other from one program.

Microsoft Makes Virtual PC Free (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft said this week that it will make its Virtual PC software free -- not just the older Virtual PC 2004 version, but its upcoming software for Vista, too.

Microsoft Says EU Fine Won't Delay Vista (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A European fine on Microsoft Corp. will have no effect on the launch of Vista, its next-generation Windows operating system, the U.S. software giant's Japan unit said on Thursday.

Yahoo, newspapers mulling partnership: report (Reuters)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel is seen in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. Yahoo Inc. and a loose consortium of newspaper publishers are considering a partnership that would include Web classifieds, local news, and content packages based on general themes like travel, BusinessWeek magazine reported on Thursday. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. and a loose consortium of newspaper publishers are considering a partnership that would include Web classifieds, local news, and content packages based on general themes like travel, BusinessWeek magazine reported on Thursday.


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Dell to sharply cut promotions after complaints (Reuters)
Dell's XPS M2010 is displayed during a XPS product launch in Hollywood May 31, 2006. Dell Inc. on Thursday said it planned to sharply cut the number of mail-in rebates on products and services, moving to simplify its pricing structure. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Dell Inc. on Thursday said it will cut back on mail-in rebates and simplify its pricing on computers after customers complained the process for getting the sale price was too complex.


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Judge dismisses antitrust complaint vs Google (Reuters)
A laptop screen shows the homepage of Google.cn. in Beijing June 8, 2006. A federal court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Google Inc. by disgruntled advertising customer Kinderstart that had accused the Web search leader of monopolistic business practices. (Jason Lee/Reuters)Reuters - A federal court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Google Inc. by disgruntled advertising customer Kinderstart that had accused the Web search leader of monopolistic business practices.


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Gracenote, music publishers in lyrics deal (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. digital entertainment company Gracenote on Thursday said it obtained licenses to distribute lyrics as music publishers mulled legal action against Web sites that provide them without authorization.

Chipmakers sued over price-fix charges (Reuters)
A DRAM chip made by Micron Technology is seen in an undated file photo. Thirty-four U.S. states will sue seven computer memory chip makers on Friday, including Micron Technology Inc. and Infineon Technologies AG, over charges that they conspired to rig the U.S. market to keep prices artificially high. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Thirty-four U.S. states will sue seven computer memory chip makers on Friday, including Micron Technology Inc. and Infineon Technologies AG (IFXGn.DE), over charges they conspired to rig the U.S. market to keep prices artificially high.


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CBS SportsLine, Maxim.com to share content (Reuters)
Reuters - Maxim.com and CBS SportsLine said on Thursday they would share online content in a deal that mixes sports and sex to lure more male viewers to the two Web sites.

Intel to slash 1,000 management jobs (AP)
A man walks past an advertisement board of a personal computer maker using Intel's microprocessors at a in this February 10, 2006 file photo. Intel Corp., the world's largest semiconductor maker, said on Monday it plans to start shipping this week new processors for servers, aiming to fend off an offensive from rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - Intel Corp. is cutting 1,000 management jobs as the chip maker tries to become more efficient amid stiff competition and weaker demand for personal computers.


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Samsung says 2Q net profit down 11 pct. (AP)
South Koreans watch Samsung Electronics computers at the electronic shop in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, July 14, 2006. Samsung Electronics Co. announced Friday that net profit fell for the first quarter in three on slack demand for its mobile phone handsets, but said hot selling new models would boost earnings. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)AP - Samsung Electronics Co. announced Friday that net profit fell 11 percent in the second quarter on slack demand for its mobile phones, but said hot selling new models would boost future earnings.


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Ruby programmers to get Visual Studio link (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Software to be formally introduced later this year will link the Ruby programming language and the open source Ruby on Rails Web framework to Microsoft's Visual Studio 2005 application development platform.

Vista launch unaffected by fine: Microsoft (Reuters)
Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. A European fine on Microsoft Corp. will have no effect on the launch of Vista, its next-generation Windows operating system, the U.S. software giant's Japan unit said on Thursday. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A European fine on Microsoft will have no effect on the launch of Vista, its next-generation Windows operating system, the U.S. software giant's Japan unit said on Thursday.


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BETonSPORTS confident despite US anti-gaming move (Reuters)
Reuters - Online gaming group BETonSPORTS is confident an attempt in the United States to ban Internet gambling will fail, it said on Friday, adding that the World Cup soccer tournament had boosted its Asian operations.

Judge dismisses antitrust complaint vs Google (Reuters)
A laptop screen shows the homepage of Google.cn. in Beijing June 8, 2006. A federal court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Google Inc. by disgruntled advertising customer Kinderstart that had accused the Web search leader of monopolistic business practices. (Jason Lee/Reuters)Reuters - A federal court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Google Inc. by disgruntled advertising customer Kinderstart that had accused the Web search leader of monopolistic business practices.


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CBS SportsLine, Maxim.com to share content (Reuters)
Reuters - Maxim.com and CBS SportsLine said on Thursday they would share online content in a deal that mixes sports and sex to lure more male viewers to the two Web sites.

Gracenote, music publishers in lyrics deal (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. digital entertainment company Gracenote on Thursday said it obtained licenses to distribute lyrics as music publishers mulled legal action against Web sites that provide them without authorization.

CBS News to sell vintage clips on Web (Reuters)
Sean McManus, president of CBS News and Sports, is shown addressing reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California in this January 18, 2006 file photo. CBS News for the first time is opening its decades of archives to the public through a deal with online retailers CustomFlix and Amazon.com. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - CBS News for the first time is opening its decades of archives to the public through a deal with online retailers CustomFlix and Amazon.com.


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Yahoo, newspapers mulling partnership: report (Reuters)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel is seen in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. Yahoo Inc. and a loose consortium of newspaper publishers are considering a partnership that would include Web classifieds, local news, and content packages based on general themes like travel, BusinessWeek magazine reported on Thursday. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. and a loose consortium of newspaper publishers are considering a partnership that would include Web classifieds, local news, and content packages based on general themes like travel, BusinessWeek magazine reported on Thursday.


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YouTube takes stage at media summit (AP)
Chad Hurley, left, CEO of YouTube, Inc., smiles during an interview, Wednesday, July 12, 2006, at the annual Allen & Co. media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. Just 17 months ago, Hurley was squirrelled away in a Silicon Valley garage running up a credit card debt as he and his business partner developed the quirkly Internet video site that became YouTube Inc.  Now Hurley has become one of the star attractions at an elite media conference in Idaho, where the 29-year-old entrepreneur is seizing upon the attention to turn his San Mateo, Calif.-based startup into entertainment and advertising hub. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - Just 17 months ago, Chad Hurley was squirreled away in a Silicon Valley garage running up credit card debt as he and business partner Steve Chen developed the quirky Internet video site that became YouTube Inc.


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Apple drops legal challenge to online publishers (AFP)
Logo of US Apple computer group.  Apple Computer has dropped its legal challenge against two Internet publishers who reported secret details about its new products, a lawyer said.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - Apple Computer has dropped its legal challenge against two Internet publishers who reported secret details about its new products, a lawyer said.


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Coke.com Finds Its Inner YouTube (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - It may come as a surprise given Coke's tepid reaction to a recent viral video starring its product, but the soft-drink giant is overhauling its Web sites, Coke.com and CocaCola.com, as brand destinations designed to showcase consumer creativity.

Music industry and ISP in UK dispute (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Tiscali, a leading UK Internet service provider, is locked in a dispute with the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) over evidence concerning illegal file-sharing by the ISP's customers.

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