Neowin News Round-Up Week Ending October 2nd

This week has turned into what could be a very profitable one for some Neowin members, yesterday we celebrated Neowin being online for 5 years, well most of that 5 years anyway, with a massive giveaway. We also posted a small preview of what's to come. We can't reveal too much of the new site at the moment because that would take away our advantage. Other web sites copy us all the time, and this time we want to remain ahead.

With that said, what else happened this week? Heres a few highlights.

Dell to Stop Free Home Delivery of Computers

FBI to get Veto Powers on Software

Microsoft Admits Product Key Problems with Windows Vista PDC 2005 build

Bill Gates donates $40m to Old School

PowerUser.tv Episode 8: PDC Coverage, Advergames, Free WiFi

Apple admits iPod Nano Screen Problems

Software & Drivers

Mozilla Releases Thunderbird v1.0.7

DivX gives away DivX Create Suite, including v6 encoder for free, for one day

Norton Antivirus 2006 Released

Tuneup Utilities 2006 Released

Patchou Releases Messenger Plus! v3.60

NVIDIA Forceware v78.05 Beta for Windows 2000/XP

Games

Monolith Releases F.E.A.R. Multiplayer demo

Call of Duty 2 Single Player Demo Released

Technology

Apple Secretly Releasing New Mac Minis, Configuration? A Surprise!

24 Meg Broadband Introduced for £24/Mo in Major UK Cities

Microsoft Updates

Windows XP & Server 2003 (64bit) update to address multiple issues in the IPSec Policy Agent

Microsoft Releases Bug Fix Update for MSN Messenger (v7.5.0306)

Office 2003 Service Pack 2 Released

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