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Microsoft to ship Xbox 360 Nov 22 in US (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp.'s new game console Xbox 360 is displayed at the Reuters Asia Technology and Telecoms Summit in Tokyo September 14, 2005. Microsoft said last month that Xbox 360, its next generation game console, remains on track for a year-end holiday season launch in North America, Europe and Japan. (Issei Kato/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday its next-generation Xbox 360 video game console would go on sale in North America on November 22, just before the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday kicks off the year-end shopping season, followed by European and Japan debuts over the next three weeks.


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Microsoft Delivers SQL Server Preview (TechWeb)
TechWeb - But it's delaying release on "data mirroring," which boosts database availability.

Microsoft Unveils Web, Design Tool Set (PC World)
PC World - New Microsoft Expression suite positioned as alternative to Adobe, Macromedia software.

Microsoft Takes On Adobe-Macromedia With New Web-Design Software (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft faces a formidable partnership in Adobe-Macromedia, which boasts a large installed base, support for multiple operating systems, and current availability.

PDC goes with the flow (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - What separates enterprise apps from desktop apps? Mainly, business rules and workflow. Wednesday, at the (PDC) Professional Developers Conference, Microsoft announced Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF), a brand new Windows technology that will enable developers to stitch together Microsoft Office apps and custom-built software into composite, enterprise-class workflow applications. With WWF, according to group product manager Scott Woodgate, Microsoft will be able to offer "the first workflow-enabled operating system."

Microsoft Unveils IE 7 Beta 2 Features (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Internet Explorer development team has revealed details of upcoming key features that will land in the next beta of IE 7.

Microsoft Offers To Settle With Google Regarding Exec (TechWeb)
TechWeb - If Google and Kai-Fu Lee abide by the judge's restrictions on Lee's new job for a year, then Microsoft will walk away from the legal proceedings.

Microsoft Xbox 360 aims at Sony's hold on Japan (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is making an unprecedented effort to woo Japanese gamers with its new Xbox 360 game console, but analysts say it will be lucky if it can put a dent in Sony Corp's PlayStation following.

Microsoft unveils Windows, Office upgrades (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Software giant Microsoft Tuesday demonstrated numerous features coming in a big lineup of new products next year, focusing on traits such as customization and ease of use that it hopes will encourage people to upgrade their PC software.

Microsoft Steps Up Its Fight Against Massachusetts ‘OpenDocument’ Proposal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - As Microsoft’s Bill Gates previewed the coming version of its Office programs in Los Angeles, the firm stepped up its opposition to a bid by the Massachusetts state government to require state agencies to use an “OpenDocument Format” for Office and other Microsoft products.

Xbox 360 to Launch in U.S. Nov. 22 (AP)
AP - The next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox game console will be available in the United States two days before Thanksgiving, in time for the important holiday shopping season, the company said Wednesday.

Nokia Wades Into Crowded Blackberry Market (AP)
Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia Executive Vice President and General Manager of Multimedia, speaks in Cannes, France at the 3GSM World Congress in this Monday Feb. 14, 2005 file photograph. After losing out to rivals on popular camera features and clamshell models, Nokia Corp. is determined to regain its dominance as mobile phones push further into the domain of photos, music players and TV. (AP Photo/Lehtikuva/Martti KainulainenAP - Nokia Corp. is joining a suddenly crowded field of BlackBerry rivals, becoming the first major cell phone maker to weigh into the mobile e-mail market with its own brand and service.


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New Google Search Engine Boosts 'Blogging' (AP)
AP - A new Google Inc. specialty search engine sifts through the Internet's millions of frequently updated personal journals, a long-anticipated development expected to help propel "blogging" into the cultural mainstream.

Yahoo to Begin Testing E-mail Upgrade (AP)

              
AP - Yahoo Inc. on Wednesday will begin testing a sleeker version of its free e-mail service, shifting to a more dynamic design that mimics the look and feel of a computer desktop application like Microsoft Corp.'s Outlook.


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FEMA to Halt Debit Cards, Use Bank Deposit (AP)
Survivors of Hurricane Katrina who are staying at the Astrodome head to money machines put up in front of the Reliant Center in Houston on Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, to get their first cash since being routed from their homes last week in New Orleans. Money machines sprouted up around the Reliant Center to accomodate the survivors who received debit cards from both the American Red Cross and FEMA on Friday. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)AP - The federal government's relief agency said Friday it will discontinue its program to distribute $2,000 debit cards to hurricane victims and use bank deposits instead, two days after hastily announcing the novel plan to provide quick relief.


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Google raises $4.2 billion in stock sale (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Already flush with cash, Internet search firm Google significantly bulked up its coffers Wednesday by raising nearly $4.2 billion in one of the largest-ever second stock offerings.

Microsoft to ship Xbox 360 Nov 22 in US (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp.'s new game console Xbox 360 is displayed at the Reuters Asia Technology and Telecoms Summit in Tokyo September 14, 2005. Microsoft said last month that Xbox 360, its next generation game console, remains on track for a year-end holiday season launch in North America, Europe and Japan. (Issei Kato/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday its next-generation Xbox 360 video game console would go on sale in North America on November 22, just before the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday kicks off the year-end shopping season, followed by European and Japan debuts over the next three weeks.


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Hughes Sees Opening In Rural Internet Field (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - There's no shortage of long-range ideas for bringing high-speed services to rural America. Broadband over power lines and WiMax, a wireless Internet technology, get plenty of ink.

Mozilla Issues Workaround for 'Critical' Firefox Vulnerability (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Following the public disclosure of a Firefox security flaw, the Mozilla Foundation has issued a temporary patch and workaround instructions for all versions of the Internet browser.

Value Of Networking, Software Ventures Rise (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Valuations for communications and networking startups soared by 55% while new software firms leapt 28% in a year, DowJones/VentureOne reports.

Google raises $4.2 billion in stock sale (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Already flush with cash, Internet search firm Google significantly bulked up its coffers Wednesday by raising nearly $4.2 billion in one of the largest-ever second stock offerings.

New Google Search Engine Boosts 'Blogging' (AP)
AP - A new Google Inc. specialty search engine sifts through the Internet's millions of frequently updated personal journals, a long-anticipated development expected to help propel "blogging" into the cultural mainstream.

Google sells $4.18 bln in stock (Reuters)
Google Inc., the world's most popular Internet search engine, is set to begin a share sale on Wednesday which could net over $4 billion in proceeds, news agency Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. A view of the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. priced a follow-on stock offering at $295 per share, raising $4.18 billion in the largest high-tech secondary sale in nearly a decade, underwriters said on Wednesday.


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SBC seeks fewer rules on video offering (Reuters)
Reuters - SBC Communications Inc. on Wednesday pressed U.S. communications regulators to rule that it does not need permission from local authorities to offer video service over high-speed Internet networks.

Yahoo Overhauls Web Mail User Interface (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo starts testing a major Web-mail upgrade that looks and acts like a desktop application, such as Microsoft Corp.'s Outlook.

Britney Spears gives birth to baby boy (Reuters)
Britney Spears (L) and her husband Kevin Federline attend the worldwide premiere of Warner Brothers 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood on July 10, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Pop singer Britney Spears gave birth to a baby boy at a Los Angeles hospital on Wednesday, Us Weekly magazine reported on its Web site.


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Search, Shopping Sites Launch Combined Online Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Perfect Market Technologies Inc. and MeziMedia have created a combined shopping site that offers consumers comparative shopping and online coupons for product discounts.

Austin American-Statesman Launches Community Blogs (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The Austin American-Statesman became the latest newspaper to embrace citizen journalism this week with the launch of StatesmanBlogs.com and Austin360Blogs.com.

AOL To Add Podcast Search (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online plans to add this fall podcast search to its general search engine.

Google Looks For Money In Blog Search (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google launches a blog-search tool to gather information on what people look for in blogs, as the search-engine hunts for new areas for online advertising.

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