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Longhorn Beta Shows Where OS Is Headed (AP)
AP - Known for years by the code name "Longhorn," the successor to Microsoft's Windows XP has been dubbed "Longwait" for its numerous delays. As features have been announced, it's also been accused of copying of Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X.

Google Expected Fight Over Microsoft Hire (AP)
AP - Newly released court documents reveal that Google Inc. anticipated a fight when it hired away a top Microsoft Corp. executive to launch a new research and development center in China.

Yahoo, Microsoft Challenge Google on Ads (PC World)
PC World - Competing search engines vie for a piece of the pie with an ad program for self-publishers and a paid-search platform.

Microsoft Offers CIA-esque Tool For Word (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft publishes a free add-on to Word 2003 that lets users black out sections of documents by removing confidential information prior to printing or e-mailing.

Blue chips up as oil slips, Nasdaq eases (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. blue-chip stocks edged up on Wednesday as crude oil prices fell from record levels, but the Nasdaq eased slightly a day after closing at a 4-year high.

Microsoft Rolls Out 30 New SharePoint Applications (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft looks to spur user adoption of SharePoint Services with new templates. Expect a whole portfolio of SharePoint apps by the time Office 12 ships, company officials say.

Microsoft, Langchao Open Beijing Outsourcing Center (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The software colossus and China's largest supplier of IT and applications services will collaborate on Net platforms, application software, ERP solutions, and OEM development for servers.

Microsoft Gets Exchange to Speak Up (PC World)
PC World - Company to add speech technology to next version of its messaging and collaboration server, due in 2006.

Microsoft Considers Hosting Regular Hacker Conferences (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is mulling over plans to create a regular hacker conference with the aim of discussing flaws in the company's software products.

Nonprofit Groups Slam Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Windows Vista -- the recently announced official name of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) next major operating system -- is coming under attack from the VistA Software Alliance and WorldVista, two nonprofit groups that assist healthcare organizations with software for the Veterans Administration.

Yahoo Tests New Audio Search Feature (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. on Thursday will begin testing a new search engine feature that will pore through millions of songs offered by popular Internet music services like iTunes, Rhapsody and Napster.

Apple Opens iTunes Music Store in Japan (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. launched its music download service, the iTunes Music Store, in Japan Thursday with 1 million songs, determined to expand on its popular iPod business on the home turf of rival Sony Corp.

Advertising.com Settles FTC Adware Charges (AP)
AP - Advertising.com Inc., a unit of Time Warner Inc.'s America Online, agreed to settle federal charges that the company offered free security software without adequately disclosing that it also came with adware.

Web Site Devotes Itself to Strange Firings (AP)
AP - Getting fired is rarely a happy event, but that doesn't mean you can't have a sense of humor about it. That's what Simply Hired, a 5-month-old employment-related Internet startup, counted on when it started an affiliated Web site devoted to the stories of workers who have received a pink slip for a silly, outrageous or embarrassing reason.

Colorado Co. Develops Glow-In-Dark Lamps (AP)
AP - As incongruous as it may sound, a Colorado company has developed glow-in-the-dark lamps. The "Glow-lux" fluorescent tubes from American Environmental Products shine normally when plugged in. When they are turned off or the power goes out, they glow with a dim, eery blue-green light.

Napster posts wider loss, beats estimates (Reuters)
Reuters - Online music service Napster Inc on Wednesday posted a wider quarterly loss, but beat Wall Street estimates on improved gross margins and increased subscriptions and a la carte sales.

PDA Shipments Hit Record Levels (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Depending on which analyst group one credits, recent PDA shipments are destined for the record books or are dropping like rocks. According to a report from Gartner (NYSE: IT) released this week, PDAs shipped over the last three months jumped 32 percent over last year's figures.

Government Blesses Wireless Merger (AP)
AP - Sprint Corp.'s $35 billion acquisition of Nextel Communications Inc. got the go-ahead Wednesday from regulators, bolstering Sprint's status as the No. 3 wireless company in the United States.

Open-Source Mozilla Now In It for the Money (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit software-development corporation responsible for the Firefox browser, Thunderbird e-mail client and related products, has launched a for-profit subsidiary called the Mozilla Corporation.

Longhorn Beta Shows Where OS Is Headed (AP)
AP - Known for years by the code name "Longhorn," the successor to Microsoft's Windows XP has been dubbed "Longwait" for its numerous delays. As features have been announced, it's also been accused of copying of Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X.

Napster posts wider loss, beats estimates (Reuters)
Reuters - Online music service Napster Inc on Wednesday posted a wider quarterly loss, but beat Wall Street estimates on improved gross margins and increased subscriptions and a la carte sales.

Apple starts iTunes online music service in Japan (Reuters)
Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. launched its iTunes online music store in Japan on Thursday, bringing its market-leading download service to the world's second-largest music market by album sales.

Yahoo Tests New Audio Search Feature (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. on Thursday will begin testing a new search engine feature that will pore through millions of songs offered by popular Internet music services like iTunes, Rhapsody and Napster.

Time Warner Reserves $3 Billion for AOL Claims (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - Time Warner Inc. said yesterday that it would set aside $3 billion to cover a potential settlement with shareholders who lost billions of dollars because of its disastrous merger with America Online.

Apple Opens ITunes Music Store in Japan (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. launched its music download service, the iTunes Music Store, in Japan on Thursday with 1 million songs, the maker of the hit iPod portable player said.

Web Site Devotes Itself to Strange Firings (AP)
AP - Getting fired is rarely a happy event, but that doesn't mean you can't have a sense of humor about it. That's what Simply Hired, a 5-month-old employment-related Internet startup, counted on when it started an affiliated Web site devoted to the stories of workers who have received a pink slip for a silly, outrageous or embarrassing reason.

FCC Delays Meeting, Eyes Easing DSL Rules (AP)
AP - The Federal Communications Commission delayed its monthly meeting as its chairman worked Wednesday to build support for relaxing rules governing high-speed Internet services offered by phone companies. The meeting, scheduled for Thursday, was pushed back to Friday.

Yahoo Launches Self-Service Tools For Publishing Ads (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo Inc. on Wednesday launched in beta a service that enables small and medium-sized web sites to publish text-based ads and share in the revenue from Yahoo advertisers.

Napster and Tower Records join forces in Japan (AFP)
AFP - Online song-seller Napster and real-world disc retailer Tower Records announced that they are teaming up to compete in the Japanese music market.

Yahoo, Microsoft Challenge Google on Ads (PC World)
PC World - Competing search engines vie for a piece of the pie with an ad program for self-publishers and a paid-search platform.

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