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Microsoft Touts Tool Against Blog Spam (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Anyone with a blog or Web site can attest to the fact that spam has increasingly become the bane of the blogosphere and search engines. As a result, researchers at Microsoft Labs have developed a tool to seek out and stymie the efforts of the spammers.

Microsoft Developing Wireless Keyboard for Vista, Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Backlit keyboard provides easier access to Windows Live services and Windows Vista features.

Microsoft Kills Off 'My Private Folder' App (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Don't get used to using Microsoft Private Folder 1.0. As of 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday, it no longer exists.

Microsoft Fights Web Spam (PC World)
PC World - New tool is designed to prevent spammers from using search engines to drive traffic to spam URLs.

Microsoft to Highlight Next-Gen Web 2.0 Work at Upcoming Research Summit (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Windows Live Image Search and a new social-bookmarking project are among the agenda items on the Microsoft Research Faculty docket.

Yahoo, Microsoft Become IM Chat Buddies (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo and Microsoft have opened their instant-messaging networks to each other in a limited public test.

Microsoft COO Lashes Out At Linux, Google (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft COO Kevin Turner said he isn't going to let Google, Novell or Red Hat eat into its enterprise software dynasty and will push partners, premier products and services to pump up revenues

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.

Microsoft's WGA Woes Highlight User Rights (TechWeb)
TechWeb - As vendors increasingly look to sell applications that "phone home" customer information, there's a movement afoot to protect consumer rights by making sure companies are up front about the existence and intent of such software, and that users can uninstall it.

Microsoft Pledges To Appeal $357 Million Fine (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft says it will appeal the fine within two months and ten days of receiving formal notification of the penalty from the Commission.

Internet floats Lay conspiracy theories (AP)
Linda Lay leaves the First United Methodist Church after a second memorial service for her husband, Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay, Wednesday, July 12, 2006 in Houston. Lay, 64, died July 5 while they were vacationing in Aspen, Colo. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)AP - Ken Lay has taken his place alongside Elvis Presley in the pantheon of people whose deaths have not been fully believed.


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McAfee apologizes for not publicizing fix (AP)
AP - A leading computer security company, McAfee Inc., fixed a dangerous design flaw months ago in its flagship technology for managing protective software in large organizations but did not warn businesses and U.S. government agencies until Friday.

Insurers to test implantable microchip (AP)
AP - In a new test program, Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey plans to implant patients suffering from chronic diseases with a microchip that will give emergency room staff access to their medical information and help avoid costly or serious medical errors, the insurer said on Friday.

Novell to release new Linux distribution (AP)
AP - Novell Inc. will start shipping Release 10 of its Suse Linux on Monday, marking the first full new release of Suse Linux since August 2004, according to the company's president and chief executive officer.

Texas to pursue nanotech center (AP)
AP - The University of Texas at Austin moved a step closer Friday to opening a research institute that officials hope could make the Lone Star State a major player in the emerging field of nanotechnology.

Google dodges child-care site suit (AFP)
Google headquarters in California is pictured here in 2005. A US federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Google of being an Internet search monopoly that choked off traffic to a child-care website by assigning it a zero ranking, court documents showed.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - A US federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Google of being an Internet search monopoly that choked off traffic to a child-care website by assigning it a zero ranking, court documents showed.


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Samsung's NV3 lets users point, click, rock out (Reuters)
A Samsung Electronics laptop computer is displayed at a shop in Seoul July 14, 2006. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - They say the only successful converged device is the clock radio. Samsung is hoping to prove that false with a combination digital camera and music player.


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Review: LG VX8300 (Verizon Wireless) (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The LG VX8300 is the latest high-speed phone to join Verizon's growing stable of handsets capable of downloading music tracks and video clips. This phone has arrived just in time for Verizon Wireless subscribers to take advantage of a new program called VCast Performances, which will soon serve up clips of popular artists in concert.

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.

VMware Offers 'Free' Server Virtualization Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In an effort to spur adoption of virtualization technology in the enterprise -- and sell its own products -- VMware is offering at no charge the company's VMware Server software.

Internet floats Lay conspiracy theories (AP)
Linda Lay leaves the First United Methodist Church after a second memorial service for her husband, Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay, Wednesday, July 12, 2006 in Houston. Lay, 64, died July 5 while they were vacationing in Aspen, Colo. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)AP - Ken Lay has taken his place alongside Elvis Presley in the pantheon of people whose deaths have not been fully believed.


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Google dodges child-care site suit (AFP)
Google headquarters in California is pictured here in 2005. A US federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Google of being an Internet search monopoly that choked off traffic to a child-care website by assigning it a zero ranking, court documents showed.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - A US federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Google of being an Internet search monopoly that choked off traffic to a child-care website by assigning it a zero ranking, court documents showed.


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Microsoft Touts Tool Against Blog Spam (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Anyone with a blog or Web site can attest to the fact that spam has increasingly become the bane of the blogosphere and search engines. As a result, researchers at Microsoft Labs have developed a tool to seek out and stymie the efforts of the spammers.

Microsoft Fights Web Spam (PC World)
PC World - New tool is designed to prevent spammers from using search engines to drive traffic to spam URLs.

Has the Skype Protocol Been Cracked? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The blogosphere is buzzing with the claim that a group of Chinese researchers has reverse-engineered the Skype protocol, providing a third-party VOIP alternative.

Andrew Kantor: CyberSpeak - Technological arms race over plagiarism in schools is worth watching (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - The Internet has made it infinitely easier to copy directly from an someone else's work, but it has also brought more tools to catch those who plagiarize.

Travelers can share the wealth at Trip Planner (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - This week's official debut of Yahoo's Trip Planner, an online tool that lets vacationers save and share travel journals, itineraries and photos, helps fuel the notion that any globe-trotter with an Internet connection can become a guidebook publisher - and it provides more evidence that UGC (user-generated content) is transforming the Internet travel landscape.

Lyrics Sites Next Targets For Content Groups? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - 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.

Judge Dismisses Antitrust Suit Versus Google (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - 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.

BETonSPORTS says U.S. anti-gaming move to fail (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.

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