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Surprise! Microsoft's WinFS beta arrives (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The surprise beta release of Microsoft's WinFS file system on Monday has attracted intense scrutiny. WinFS was one of the three pillars of Microsoft's next-generation version of Windows announced two years ago, then code-named Longhorn and now morphed and downsized into Vista. All three pillars -- WinFS, the Avalon GUI, and the Indigo Web-services protocol stack -- have been detached from any specific forthcoming release of Windows and will be offered as separate technologies. Microsoft developers were happy to discover that the WinFS beta really does install on Windows XP and includes an array of supporting development tools.

Microsoft pitches ESB alternative (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - ESB (enterprise service bus) technology as a category of its own has been gaining increasing numbers of followers lately. Microsoft, however, isn't one of them, according to a position paper that the company recently published.

Microsoft Buys VoIP Start-Up Teleo (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has acquired start-up company Teleo, a developer of software for Internet telephony. Analysts expect the deal will give Microsoft an edge in the burgeoning market for Internet-based calling services.

Microsoft Boosts MSN Toolbar (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft unveils add-ins to its MSN Search Toolbar, including an anti-phishing filter and one-click access to MSN's online games site.

Microsoft Adds Antiphishing to IE Toolbar (PC World)
PC World - Add-ins to MSN Search Toolbar with Windows Desktop Search are available now.

Microsoft Bolsters Video Content Security in Vista (PC World)
PC World - Move positions Windows Vista OS as a platform for home digital entertainment systems.

Microsoft shares break out of rut (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. has signed a deal with two film studios to make a movie based on its popular space-based video game series 'Halo,' a spokesman for Universal Pictures said on Wednesday. In this file photo, hundreds of gamers queue for the midnight release of Halo 2 for X-Box at Toys-R-Us in Times Square, New York November 8, 2004. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Expectations of a dividend boost, a strong product pipeline and recovering investor sentiment have fueled Microsoft Corp.'s 6 percent stock rally in the past month, making it the top-performing large-cap U.S. stock, analysts said on Wednesday.


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Analysis: Microsoft Moves Deeper Into VoIP (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Its acquisition of VoIP start-up Teleo moves Microsoft deeper into the burgeoning world of Internet communications as the software company said it will combine Teleo’s technology with its existing MSN investments in VoIP.

Microsoft Calls on VoIP Provider (PC World)
PC World - Software giant acquires Teleo to upgrade its MSN offerings.

Microsoft Acquires VoIP Startup (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The deal for privately held Teleo, which closed Monday, could allow Redmond-based Microsoft to gain a competitive edge in the growing market for Internet-based calling services.

Google Wants to Expand Offline Ads (AP)
AP - In its first significant expansion beyond the Internet, Google has bought advertising in a handful of technology-industry magazines and resold chunks of the space to merchants already participating in its booming Internet marketing network.

Gap Closes Two Popular Internet Stores (AP)
AP - Already mired in a sales slump, Gap Inc. has closed its two most popular Internet stores so the clothing retailer can upgrade its online operations before the pivotal holiday shopping season.

BBC Plans to Allow Program Downloads (AP)
AP - The British Broadcasting Corp. is planning to let Web users download its television and radio programs up to a week after they have aired.

Dutch Police Use Text Messages in Hunt (AP)
AP - In a high-tech hunt for hooligans, Dutch police sent 17,000 text messages to the mobile phones of fans who attended a soccer match marred by rioting.

States Expanding Push for Internet Taxes (AP)
AP - Going online to buy the latest bestseller or those photos from summer vacation may be tax free for most people today, but it won't last forever. Come this fall, 13 states will start encouraging — though not demanding — that online businesses collect sales taxes just as Main Street stores are required to do, and more states are considering joining the effort.

EDonkey Claims Online Software Traffic (AP)
AP - EDonkey, a popular software program for sharing video and other large files over the Internet, now accounts for the biggest slice of online file-sharing, according to a study comparing the top four file-swapping programs.

Toshiba may delay HD DVD player launch into 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - Japan's Toshiba Corp. (6502.T) said on Thursday it may delay the year-end launch of its next-generation HD DVD players, potentially undermining its advantage as the first supplier to put such machines on the market.

Internet, Cell Phone Carriers Piecing Together e911 System (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - People increasingly use cell phones rather than landlines. And businesses and consumers are cutting their telecom costs by installing voice over Internet protocol links.

Linux And Windows Square Off In Another Round Of TCO Testing (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Two research reports sponsored by IBM argue that Linux is less expensive to buy and operate than Windows or Unix.

Surprise! Microsoft's WinFS beta arrives (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The surprise beta release of Microsoft's WinFS file system on Monday has attracted intense scrutiny. WinFS was one of the three pillars of Microsoft's next-generation version of Windows announced two years ago, then code-named Longhorn and now morphed and downsized into Vista. All three pillars -- WinFS, the Avalon GUI, and the Indigo Web-services protocol stack -- have been detached from any specific forthcoming release of Windows and will be offered as separate technologies. Microsoft developers were happy to discover that the WinFS beta really does install on Windows XP and includes an array of supporting development tools.

Google Wants to Expand Offline Ads (AP)
AP - In its first significant expansion beyond the Internet, Google has bought advertising in a handful of technology-industry magazines and resold chunks of the space to merchants already participating in its booming Internet marketing network.

States Expanding Push for Internet Taxes (AP)
AP - Going online to buy the latest bestseller or those photos from summer vacation may be tax free for most people today, but it won't last forever. Come this fall, 13 states will start encouraging — though not demanding — that online businesses collect sales taxes just as Main Street stores are required to do, and more states are considering joining the effort.

EDonkey Claims Online Software Traffic (AP)
AP - EDonkey, a popular software program for sharing video and other large files over the Internet, now accounts for the biggest slice of online file-sharing, according to a study comparing the top four file-swapping programs.

Gap Closes Two Popular Internet Stores (AP)
AP - Already mired in a sales slump, Gap Inc. has closed its two most popular Internet stores so the clothing retailer can upgrade its online operations before the pivotal holiday shopping season.

Google Makes Book Service International (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google Inc. said Wednesday it has expanded its book-search service to more than a dozen English-language countries.

States Expanding Push for Internet Taxes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Thirteen states plan to start encouraging online businesses to collect sales taxes. Right now, it's the customer's responsibility to pay.

Microsoft Buys VoIP Start-Up Teleo (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has acquired start-up company Teleo, a developer of software for Internet telephony. Analysts expect the deal will give Microsoft an edge in the burgeoning market for Internet-based calling services.

Microsoft Boosts MSN Toolbar (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft unveils add-ins to its MSN Search Toolbar, including an anti-phishing filter and one-click access to MSN's online games site.

Microsoft Adds Antiphishing to IE Toolbar (PC World)
PC World - Add-ins to MSN Search Toolbar with Windows Desktop Search are available now.

Recording industry sues more U.S. file-swappers (Reuters)
Reuters - The recording industry on Wednesday filed its latest round of copyright infringement lawsuits, targeting 754 people it claims used online file-sharing networks to illegally trade in songs.

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